HipHopDx Reviews

Phonte & Eric Roberson - Tigallerro Review

Amidst all the trapping and flexing in today’s game, Phonte and Eric Roberson slow it down for the seamless Rap&B fusion.

Gucci Mane - Everybody Looking Review

With the entire world watching, La Flare doesn't deliver the classic many had hoped for but he doesn't disappoint his core, either.

DJ Drama - Quality Street Music 2 Review

Compiling loosies from several top players in the rap game isn't the best way to ensure "quality" and this album proves it.

Lil Durk - LILDURK2X Review

Lil Durk’s sophomore album is the epitome of new-gen gangsta rap but unfortunately, lacks any distinct personality.

21 Savage & Metro Boomin - Savage Mode Review

Metro Boomin want some more and 21 Savage has the vocal heat to keep his name buzzing.

A-F-R-O & Marco Polo - A-F-R-O POLO EP Review

Depending on one's perception, this could either be considered a "blast from the past" or a "breath of fresh air."

Birdman & Jacquees - Lost At Sea Review

Somebody get the lifeguard.

Blu & Nottz - Titans In The Flesh

Blu & Nottz provide an emphatic respite from the ruckus.

Dreezy - No Hard Feelings Review

The 22-year-old spitter is exploring new territory on her debut, pushing herself to address topics of love and fame through a more mature perspective.

Zoey Dollaz - Port-Au-Prince Review

Zoey Dollaz reveals an impressive amount of versatility despite sounding like a by-the-numbers project full of Southern Hip Hop cliches.

2016 Reviews We Missed (So Far)

HipHopDX catches up on a few noteworthy 2016 releases.

Migos - 3 Way EP Review

"3 Way EP" serves as a proper eulogy and breath of fresh air.

Rich The Kid - Rich Forever II Review

Rich Forever II plays out like an Adderall and Codeine-induced binder to be.

ScHoolboy Q - Blank Face LP Review

Blank Face LP is a victory not only for ScHoolboy Q, but for a T.D.E. crew.

Towkio - Community Service 2 Review

The unabashed approach leaves room for improvement but the SaveMoney member flexes some creativity nonetheless.

Soulja Boy - Better Late Than Never Review

The artist formally known as Tell 'Em's subject matter gets redundant virtually after track #3.

RiFF RAFF - Peach Panther Review

Dammit, Jody.

AD & Sorry Jaynari - By The Way Review

Compton’s most buzzworthy Crip since MC Eiht delivers a good ol fashion West Coast gangsta boogie.

Logic - Bobby Tarantino Review

Logic’s feelings of underappreciation come out swinging with a vengeance on his new surprise mixtape.

YG - Still Brazy Review

Gangstas rap every day, b. However, very few are as compelling as Mr. 400.

Snoop Dogg - Coolaid Review

As Hip Hop’s most active veteran, Snoop Dogg truly enjoys making music despite being set for life.