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: Fetty Wap’s “Bruce Wayne” Is The Outro To The Fall Off

It was all good just three years ago…

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Review: Tee Grizzley’s “Activated” Piles On The Street Sermons

While he's still working on his finesse, the conviction is already solidified.

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Review: Smokepurpp & Murda Beatz Mix Glitz-N-Grit On "Bless Yo Trap"

Thanks to his perfect balance of thundering drums and delicate melodies, Murda On The Beat is actually pretty damn nice.

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Review: Famous Dex's “Dex Meets Dexter” Introduces Listeners To Laziness

With swag being the most redeemable quality.

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Review: “Kyoto” Proves Tyga Should Stick To Rapping, Dammit

You know what they say: “It’s not over until the Last King sings."

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Review: Lil Yachty's Alter Ego Is Entertaining Enough On "Lil Boat 2"

Consider this sequel a relative success thanks to Yachty’s unwavering ingenuity.

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Review: Rich Brian Sheds His Trapper Aspirations For Honesty On “Amen”

It's a gospelized candor and cheesiness.

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Review: Lil Wayne Shows Flashes Of "Best Rapper Alive" Heyday On "Dedication 6"

Could this be the start of a comeb...eh...we'll just enjoy the mixtape and let 2018 do the talking.

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Review: Tee Grizzley & Lil Durk Mesh Well But Wear Thin On "Bloodas"

The Midwest duo shows that chemistry can only last so long.

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Review: G-Eazy Conquers His Personal Deities On “The Beautiful & Damned”

Fame and fortune come fast for rappers these days and Young Gerald shows us how he keeps afloat.

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Review: Roy Woods’ "Say Less" Is An Uninterrupted Rap&B Deep Dive

Another rainy-day soundtrack coming straight out of the OVO Sound camp.

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Review: Rexx Life Raj's "Father Figure 2: Flourish” Is Bars, Ballads & Breeziness

Simply put, "Father Figure 2: Flourish" is a great album made by an artist that is just getting started.

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Review: "Catch These Vibes" Pushes PnB Rock From The Confines Of His Comfort Zone

The vibes are caught ... with A LOT of help from his friends.

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Review: Future & Young Thug’s “Super Slimey” Is Super Average

A surprise collaboration between the two established hitmakers is exciting — the result, less so.

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Review: A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie Succeeds When Playing To His Strengths On "The Bigger Artist"

The Bronx rapper's debut album sticks with what works.

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Review: G Herbo Shows Maturity & Musical Progression On "Humble Beast"

The Chicago rapper's growth is evident on his debut album.

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