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Hear a Breakdown of 2019’s Best Hip-Hop (So Far)

Rolling Stone Music Now episode digs into 2019’s best hip-hop, from DaBaby to Megan Thee Stallion

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The new episode of our podcast, Rolling Stone Music Now, is a rapid-fire rundown of the best hip-hop of 2019 so far, from Megan Thee Stallion and DaBaby’s ascents to J. Cole’s shift in direction to a new generation of Chicago rappers.

Charles Holmes (who picked the albums and singles under discussion) and Brendan Klinkenberg join host Brian Hiatt for the episode, which touches on DaBaby’s “Suge,” Tyler, the Creator’s “Earfquake,” Lil Nas X’s “Panini,” J. Cole’s “Middle Child,” Lil Uzi Vert’s “Sanguine Paradise,” Polo G’s “Pop Out” (feat. Lil Tjay), YK Osiris’ “Worth It,” and much more. To hear the entire discussion, which also includes albums by  Juice WRLD, Kevin Abstract, Rico Nasty and Calboy, press play below or download and subscribe on iTunes or Spotify.

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