With Biz Markie and Common.
Dirty South rap duo's fifth album is more of the same with fewer highlights.
With an appearance by Chris Rock.
The warriors in the turntablist revolution score another victory.
Yawn-inspiring lyrics over barely passable beats from big names rapping like fictional Iowa 'Whiteboys.'
Features appearances by Q-Tip, Slick Rick and Erykah Badu.
Features a new version of the oft-bootlegged "Old Friends 4 Sale."
Eightball, Raekwon and Nas guest.
Highlights include new tracks from Beck, Lisa Loeb and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Features a cover of Bob Marley's "Redemption Song."
Features appearances by Missy Elliott and Next.
Orlando, Florida's teen-pop machine spews forth more foot soldiers in its global-domination strategy.
Guaranteed to be 100% filler-free.
R&B crooners' smooth second album skips over genre trends that incorporate hip-hop beats.
Derivative, but good derivative.
Featuring a Dr. Dre/Eminem collaboration.
Lauryn Hill, Wyclef Jean and Dave Matthews guest.
Rahzel, Phife showcase solo material during double bill.
Heavy D's latest is an excellent 45-minute sampler of the 1999 sounds of hip-hop.
Blackstreet and Funkmaster Flex guest.
With Timbaland and Babyface, former New Kid on the Block picks up where he left off with New Edition.
French rapper's double-live album could be hip-hop's answer to career-making live sets from Kiss, Peter Frampton and Cheap Trick.
All-female punk-pop quartet brings three-chord songs to plush surroundings for launch of new LP and tour.
Snoop Dogg and Ol' Dirty Bastard guest.