Scott Glaysher

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Scott Glaysher is a hip-hop writer living in Toronto. Follow him on Twitter @ScottyGlaysh

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Review: “Father Of Asahd” Is Proof DJ Khaled's Vision Has Gone Stale

Don’t ever play yourself ... especially making the same album over and over again.

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The 10 Best Little Brother Songs

Dope beats, dope rhymes, what more do y'all want?

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Review: Bun B & Statik Selektah’s “TrillStatik” Fulfills Rap Purist’s Dreams

The only blurred line on the album is the Mason-Dixon.

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Review: Tech N9ne's "N9NA" Mixes Dark & Dizzying Themes

Rapid fire raps spread across a long-winded track list.

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Review: Yelawolf's "Trunk Muzik 3" Is A Ghetto Cowboy Staple

Catfish Billy admirably stays real to himself but this last Shady offering is more of a catch and release.

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Review: NAV "Bad Habits" Is A Monotone Masterpiece

The bars are bland, the beats are basic but that seems to be the point.

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Review: NAV Makes His 1st Decent Project With “Brown Boy” EP

Which is ironic because it’s simply a small collection of catchy loosies from the hard drive.

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Review: Gunna Masters The Art Of Beat Surfing On “Drip Or Drown 2”

Wheezy and Turbo completely steal the show.

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10 Popular Rappers Who Have Never Been On A DJ Khaled Song

Meanwhile, Lil Wayne, Future, Rick Ross and Meek Mill have been on a whopping 51 Khaled tracks combined.

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Review: Dreezy Is Unapologetically Herself On “Big Dreez” Album

Time heals all wounds … and Dreezy’s Chanel heels make the ground shake.

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Review: A Boogie With Da Hoodie’s "Hoodie SZN" Is Fiercely Formulaic

He's directly on top of the current zeitgeist.

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Review: Token Is Tediously Self-Aware On "Between Somewhere" Album

The rapping is lethal but the songwriting is lukewarm.

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Review: J.I.D.’s “DiCaprio 2” Serves Up A Creative Cocktail Of Rapping

The East Atlanta playboy takes us to the street where the bars is at.

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Review: Jay Critch Is A One-Speed Wonder On Debut Album “Hood Favorite”

Good old-fashioned rapping from a good young rapper.

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