The best hip-hop albums of the week: Rich The Kid and Yelawolf. The$, the favorite of Texas indie, would have been listed below, but their latest expansion package still doesn’t have a list of tracks or cover, so it’s hard to say what’s going to be more than drugs, and Chicago rapper Queen Key’s stingy album Queen Key, Queen Key, should also go on sale after being delayed last month. In case you have any questions about the rest, Battle Rapper Mach Hommy has a band with Cypress Hill producer DJ Muggs, Underground Rapper Ill Bill abandons his eighth non-group project with a Stu Bangas production, and Bay Area independent rapper and former Kreayshawns White Girl Mob Lil Debbie releases an EP. Finally, Yelawolf returns for a final rodeo as part of the Eminem Shady Records series, w he is the last man to rise from the 2011 signature roundup, which included the now closed slaughterhouse, and Queen Key is dropping the long-awaited sequel to her EP Eat My Pussy 2018. Blimes, San Francisco’s first MC, recently became viral with the hit “Come Correct,” a retrospective ode to the rhyme of his daughter Gifted Gab, which preceded the influx of female rap talent who came into the game this year with clever rhymes and a rebellious attitude. Among the big names to be installed this weekend in the hip-hop area around the digital water cooler are some viral stars, a current Hitmaker and an old favorite who makes a final attempt at the end of his big, once highly acclaimed contract. Meanwhile, Nav and Rich The Kid have released some of their favorite recordings, including Travis Scott’s “Yosemite” and Tyga’s “Girls Have Fun.

Hip-Hop Albums