Keith Nelson Jr.

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review

Domo Genesis - Genesis

This is the most introspective project of Domo’s young career for it highlights a man questioning himself and those around him.

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Planet Asia & DJ Concept - Seventy Nine

A Cali to New York collaboration that's worth the hard drive space.

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Flatbush Zombies - 3001: A Laced Odyssey

Being described as trippy often comes with a sacrifice of artistry but the Zombie's can't relate to such issues.

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interview

CeeLo Green Forgot He Recorded Song On Kendrick Lamar's "Untitled" Album

The Goodie Mobber exclusively breaks down how his idea became a song on Kendrick Lamar’s "untitled unmastered."

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review

Curren$y & Alchemist - Carrollton Heist

The "Covert" duo basically get away with everything.

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review

The-Dream - Genesis

The-Dream's high-concept visual album "Genesis," a Tidal exclusive, is compelling as the music and visuals duel each other for prominence.

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Freddie Gibbs - Shadow Of A Doubt

Freddie Gibbs soars on "Shadow Of A Doubt."

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CeeLo - Heart Blanche

CeeLo Green Is A Vintage Amusement Park on "Heart Blanche"

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review

Rick Ross - Black Dollar

Rick Ross makes his purest product with his "Black Dollar."

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review

Mick Jenkins - Wave[s]

Mick Jenkins Stays Afloat On "Wave[s]."

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review

2 Chainz - TrapAveli Tre´

TrapAveli Tre´ is 2 Chainz's farm team of future hits.

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interview

Capone Explains "U.M.A.R" & How Foxy Brown's "Bang Bang" Verse About Lil Kim Caused Unnecessary Beef

Capone opens up about the emotional "U.M.A.R," Foxy Brown, being and O.G. in Hip Hop and he and Noreaga's new album "Lessons."

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review

Chinx - Welcome to JFK

“Welcome to JFK” Puts Chinx Drugz On Museum Display

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editorial

CRWN & The Transparent Kingdom Of Meek Mill

Meek Mill's CRWN interview revealed much about the Philly emcee on a winning streak.

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editorial

A$AP Rocky's Harlem Renaissance Deferred

At a sold out conversation via Red Bull Music Academy, A$AP Rocky sat down with Chairman Mao to spit game on Harlem, biters, and what's right with New York's new sound.

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