Marcus Moore

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J Dilla - Dillatronic

“Dillatronic” highlights the producer’s grand vision, but in the end, we’re left with pieces of what could’ve been.

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Madlib - Rock Konducta Pt. 2

While Madlib's "Rock Konducta Pt. 2" breaks for in some aspects, it's still an enjoyable compilation of edgy instrumentals and dusty drum breaks.

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Jaded Incorporated (Mayer Hawthorne & 14KT) - The Big Knock

While Mayer Hawthorne and 14KT combine for some nice electronic Funk, many of their ideas ideas don't fully translate to the finished product.

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Pharrell Williams - G I R L

Pharrell Williams' "G I R L" scans as pop with little happening lyrically, but there's just enough soul beneath the album's smooth surface.

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Homeboy Sandman & Paul White - White Sands

Homeboy Sandman and Paul White's "White Sands" seesaws between upbeat and downtrodden tracks to describe haunting aspects of our daily struggles.

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DX Review Bits - Mike WiLL Made-It, After the Smoke & Wendel Patrick

Mike WiLL Made-It, After the Smoke and Wendel Patrick highlight the return of DX Review Bits.

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Mac Miller & The Internet - Live From Space

"Live from Space" is a coming-out party for The Internet and a moral victory for Mac Miller, but the live experience doesn't quite translate to an album.

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Roc Marciano - Marci Beaucoup

Roc Marciano's "Marci Beaucoup" shines as a solid but scattered collection of raw rhymes that reference the drug game and street survival.

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Denmark Vessey - Cult Classic

While it stumbles at times, Denmark Vessey's "Cult Classic" an enjoyable listen that succeeds because of its raw indulgence and callous honesty.

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Black Milk - No Poison No Paradise

An overwhelming maturity and nostalgic flexibility make "No Poison No Paradise" Black Milk's best album, and one of the year's best in Hip Hop so far.

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Tanya Morgan - Rubber Souls

"Rubber Souls" is a valiant comeback and solid mission statement. Backed by 6th Sense, Von Pea and Donwill belabor the grind without wallowing in self-pity.

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14KT - Nickle & Dimed

With "Nickel & Dimed," 14KT further establishes himself as one of Hip Hop's best producers, although you may not know it yet.

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