Depending on one's perception, this could either be considered a "blast from the past" or a "breath of fresh air."
Somebody get the lifeguard.
Blu & Nottz provide an emphatic respite from the ruckus.
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 reveals an impressive amount of versatility despite sounding like a by-the-numbers project full of Southern Hip Hop cliches.
HipHopDX catches up on a few noteworthy 2016 releases.
"3 Way EP" serves as a proper eulogy and breath of fresh air.
Rich Forever II plays out like an Adderall and Codeine-induced binder to be.
Blank Face LP is a victory not only for ScHoolboy Q, but for a T.D.E. crew.
The unabashed approach leaves room for improvement but the SaveMoney member flexes some creativity nonetheless.
The artist formally known as Tell 'Em's subject matter gets redundant virtually after track #3.
Compton’s most buzzworthy Crip since MC Eiht delivers a good ol fashion West Coast gangsta boogie.
Logic’s feelings of underappreciation come out swinging with a vengeance on his new surprise mixtape.
Gangstas rap every day, b. However, very few are as compelling as Mr. 400.
As Hip Hop’s most active veteran, Snoop Dogg truly enjoys making music despite being set for life.
"Panda" success aside, Future doesn't have any threats with this release.
L.A. nights signify the best and tepid of times for the D.C. transplant.
We'd give it the same rating on Yelp.
The Sauce Twinz’ most opinionated member manages to be surprisingly introspective when not partaking in standard self-indulgent street raps.