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.
HipHopDX's Phillip Mlynar continues where yesterday left off; this time with albums our users praised, but we had a different sentiment.
HipHopDX's Phillip Mlynar lines up some of the albums we rated as decent, while our users felt otherwise.
F.A.B.'s experienced the hyphy highs, and seen his profile dip off since then. Now he's just enjoying the culture.
What "Jet World Order" lacks in enterprise, it makes up for in cohesion, making it a pleasingly consistent listening experience.
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.
Roots Manuva's eighth studio project "4everevoluton" solidifies his status as an original Hip Hop talent.
"Volume 1" resembles only the sort of sprawling playlist a well-meaning but undiscerning friend has Mediafired your way.
"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.
"Open", Blu's fourth solo full-length project, comes over like nice guy rap - wholesome but unspectacular.
Allegedly, "Perfect Timing" will be the last ever recording from The Outlawz, out of respect for 'Pac.
The 11-track short "The Real Is Back 2" sounds like Jeezy distilled down to his dopest form.