The ‘Comeback Season’ mixtape is not only a testament to Drake’s longevity, but to how long he’s been on top with his versatile approach to hip-hop & R&B.
A decade in the making, ‘Watch The Throne found the two titans of hip-hop, Kanye West and Jay-Z, joining up to create hip-hop’s grand spectacle.
On their 2001 debut album, ‘In Search Of…’, hip-hop hitmakers N*E*R*D subverted the genre’s clichés to create a new sound – becoming rock stars in the process.
In its quest for a fresh start, Tame Impala’s ‘Currents’ reveals layers of hope, uncertainty and anxiety beneath its warm, inviting surface.
‘The Tipping Point’ is populated by hip-hop’s forgotten heroes, and catches The Roots still finding their place in the pop culture pantheon.
‘Scorpion’ allowed Drake to reconcile both side of his personalities: the tough-talking MC and the vulnerable R&B singer, all in one slick package.
The best Tupac songs reveal a complex body of work straddling mediations on life and death, party jams, and some of the most thoughtful hip-hop in history.
With ‘The Marshall Mathers LP’, Eminem catapulted rap to the forefront of the pop world and proved himself hip-hop’s greatest instigator.
A decade after his trailblazing debut, ‘The Art Of Storytelling’ saw Slick Rick return to the hip-hop fold with some new tales to tell.
On ‘Relapse’, Eminem returned in full force, proving himself one of the most formidable rappers in the world, with one of his most extreme collections yet.
After assuming the hip-hop crown, ‘Views’ saw Drake at his most navel-gazing, wondering if his kingdom came with a price.
Recorded live with a 17-piece orchestra, ‘Late Orchestration’ was an early sign that Kanye West would create art that transcends time.
From his pioneering work with The Neptunes, to N*E*R*D and solo albums, Pharrell Williams has become music’s top producer, pushing the envelope of pop.
A sign of things to come, with ‘Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded’, Nicki Minaj led the way for female rappers and helped hip-hop consume pop completely.
Common hit reset on hip-hop with his ‘Like Water For Chocolate’ album, paying tribute to the black trailblazers who came before him.