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: PARTYNEXTDOOR Offers Decompression Vibes On 'PARTYMOBILE' Album

Lots of self-isolation anthems for those locked in their homes… and in their feelings.

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Review: DaBaby Forces The Magic On Lukewarm 'Blame It On Baby' Album

But don't throw out Baby off the strength of this release.

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Review: Lil Uzi Vert’s 'Eternal Atake' Is Hip Hop Alienware

An extraterrestrial turn-up tailored for teeny boppers and TikTokers alike.

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Review: Lil Wayne’s 'Funeral' Is A Laborious Marathon Of Drop-Dead Rhyming

Weezy F. Baby and the "F" is for “Funeral Is Too Long.”

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The Top 10 Eminem Guest Appearances

With 50 Cent, JAY-Z, Nicki Minaj and more.

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Review: ‘Bad Vibes Forever’ Is A Rough Compilation That Will Still Please XXXTENTACION Fans

X`s potential as a true musical talent is clear even though the execution falls flat.

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6 Rappers We Need On Social Media More

Let's get them out of their digital reclusiveness for 2020!

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Interview: Rockie Fresh Details 'Destination,' Chicago Inspiration & Favorite Rap Albums Of The Decade

#DXclusive: Since parting ways MMG, Rockie’s been putting serious work into his Hip Hop grind.

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Review: Kash Doll Abandons Her Cuteness On Cutthroat 'Stacked' Album

Seventeen songs for the bo$$ ass bitch in all of us.

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Review: Danny Brown Is An Agent Of Chaos On “uknowhatimsayin¿”

Haircut or not, Danny is still making zany rap music for his die-hards.

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Review: Travis Thompson’s “Reckless Endangerment” Packs Endearing Qualities

Despite its terrifying title, the Seattleite’s sophomore offering is actually filled top to bottom with wholesome raps from a fan-turned-rapper.

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Review: Shoreline Mafia’s “Party Pack Vol. 2” Isn't Much Of A Fiesta

If the beats are the party than the lyrics are the cops shutting it down early.

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Review: Gashi's Self-Titled Debut Bodes Both Skips & Slaps

Less flex and more dance next time, please and thank you.

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Review: Young Thug Slithers To Success On "So Much Fun"

On what is technically his “debut album,” the one they call Jeffrey maximizes his rap Rolodex.

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Review: Baby Keem’s “DIE FOR MY BITCH” Is Nouveau Rap At Its Flyest

Out of all of today’s “baby” rappers, Keem isn't one to sleep on.

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Review: Mustard Shoots For Hits But Hits Back Rim Instead On “Perfect Ten” Album

Muzzard on the beat hoe … but it doesn’t really matter.

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Review: GoldLink's "Diaspora" Album Comes From The Soul

It's a combo of synths and riddims that serves its purpose whenever it's sunny outside.

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