PhillipMlynar

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Yo Gotti - Live From the Kitchen

From the title alone, you can guess what the Memphis-raised Yo Gotti's studio debut is going to sound like - and as it progresses it confirms every suspicion.

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Hip Hop Albums Of 2011: You Liked It, We Didn't

HipHopDX's Phillip Mlynar continues where yesterday left off; this time with albums our users praised, but we had a different sentiment.

editorial

Hip Hop Albums Of 2011: We Liked It, You Didn't

HipHopDX's Phillip Mlynar lines up some of the albums we rated as decent, while our users felt otherwise.

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Mistah F.A.B. - I Found My Backpack 2: The Lost Notebook

F.A.B.'s experienced the hyphy highs, and seen his profile dip off since then. Now he's just enjoying the culture.

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Jet Life - Jet World Order

What "Jet World Order" lacks in enterprise, it makes up for in cohesion, making it a pleasingly consistent listening experience.

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Soulja Boy - Skate Boy (Mixtape Review)

It's not quite a full-on train-wreck rap moment, but the idea of Soulja Boy in 2011 is still something to gawp at - and usually in a briefly entertaining way.

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Roots Manuva - 4Everevolution

Roots Manuva's eighth studio project "4everevoluton" solidifies his status as an original Hip Hop talent.

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A3C - Compilation Volume 1

"Volume 1" resembles only the sort of sprawling playlist a well-meaning but undiscerning friend has Mediafired your way.

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Nappy Roots - Nappy Dot Org

"Nappy Dot Org" is another fine chapter in the Nappy Roots, wishing a little more of the commercial Southern shine could be directed the underrated group's way.

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Blu - Open

"Open", Blu's fourth solo full-length project, comes over like nice guy rap - wholesome but unspectacular.

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Outlawz - Perfect Timing

Allegedly, "Perfect Timing" will be the last ever recording from The Outlawz, out of respect for 'Pac.

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Young Jeezy - The Real Is Back 2 (Mixtape Review)

The 11-track short "The Real Is Back 2" sounds like Jeezy distilled down to his dopest form.

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