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Black Milk No Poison No Paradise
His fifth album is probably his best so far. Perhaps raised a level by guests like Dwele and the brilliant Blue Note pianist Robert Glasper, amongst others.



Freddie Gibbs, Madlib, Karriem Riggins City
FG gives the Tupac bollocks a rest and does a great job riding a rollicking, tumbling Madlib rhythm with some tough protest lyrics. Riggins roughs up the low-end very tastily. Ace instrumental, too.




Quasimoto Yessir Whatever
Unreleased stuff and vinyl specials from the Madlib vaults. Seasons Change flips Roy Ayers' D.C. City; Broad Factor and LAX nod to Mad Skillz and Gangstarr. Watch out (literally) for the VU-style peel-off artwork.









Frank-N-Dank 48 Hours
Dilla... and with a second disc of instrumentals.



Jurassic 5
The deluxe reissue with extra tracks.




Roc Marciano Reloaded
Chilling, bleak, cinematic, sample-heavy hip-hop from the celebrated Long Island rapper and producer, with contributions from Q-Tip and Alchemist.



Kendrick Lamar good kid, m.A.A.d city
The Compton rapper killing it on his major-label debut brilliant story-telling, intimate and natural, but ruminative and densely rhymed with blaxploitation-style settings by Dre, Pharrell, Just Blaze and co.