Homer Johnsen

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Review: "Hamilton, Charles" Marks A Personal Triumph & Artistic Snare

The mixtape master makes his major label debut and releases something like a mixtape.

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Review: Pete Rock & Smoke DZA Cook Audio Crack On "Don’t Smoke Rock"

Even Tyrone Biggums can get down with this one...

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Apathy - Handshakes With Snakes Review

Don't call it old school. Address it as pretty damn dope.

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RJ - O.M.M.I.O. 3 Review

The L.A. native is getting closer to where he wants to be.

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Homeboy Sandman - Kindness For Weakness Review

The Good Sun wants us to follow The Golden Rule.

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Aesop Rock - The Impossible Kid

The poetic MC is who we thought he was.

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Berner - Hempire

Berner hits some, but not all of his targets on the latest Taylor Gang project.

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Black Milk & Nat Turner - The Rebellion Sessions

Black Milk & Nat Turner blur the lines of Hip Hop as you know it.

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Jace - Jace Tape

Jace makes a great impression on his self-titled mixtape

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iLoveMakonnen - Drink More Water 6

iLoveMakonnen has an ear, but is still a lyrical work in progress.

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Zelooperz - Bothic

A little more focus could have gone a long way for Zelooperz on his second album.

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Brotha Lynch Hung - Bullet Maker

Brotha Lynch Hung meets expectations, but fails to elevate any further

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interview

KXNG Crooked & Statik Selektah Share The Crown As Statik KXNG

The Slaughterhouse and 1982 members join forces to exclusively discuss their new album “Statik KXNG” and ways to bypass the industry bullshit.

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Boosie Badazz - Out My Feelings (In My Past)

Boosie balances introspection with good plain fun on his most multi-faceted album to date.

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Sheek Louch Discusses How Underdog Status Within The LOX Made Him A Better Emcee

With his sixth studio album out now, Sheek Louch speaks candidly about The LOX’s eventful twenty-year history.

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Rapper Big Pooh & Nottz - Home Sweet Home

Home Sweet Home isn’t necessarily personal, but it is relatable, and that's conveyed vis-a-vis its cinematic tonality and lyricism.

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Blackalicious: "We Make Necessary Music"

Gift of Gab and Chief Xcel get candid discussing their new album and creative growth as one of Hip Hop’s most formative duos.

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Kirk Knight - Late Knight Special

Late Knight Special is a sonic oeuvre of contemporary East Coast Hip Hop rooted in tradition, yet stunningly present.

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Illa J - Illa J

"Illa J" softly treads the line between Hip Hop and r&b, but doesn't quite deliver on both ends.

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Dâm-Funk - Invite The Light

"Invite The Light" is an amalgam of different Funk-inspired sub-genres that achieves an incredible diversity of sound.

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Guilty Simpson - Detroit’s Son

Whoever the producer, Guilty Simpson continues to prove, time and again, that if paired with the right one, the two will inevitably make a great album.

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