Hip Hop Reviews

Review: Rick Ross Delivers Familiar Upscale Thrills On "Port Of Miami 2"

The HipHopDX review crew attempts to meet in the middle for Rozay's 10th studio effort.

Murs, 9th Wonder & The Soul Council’s “The Iliad Is Dead & The Odyssey Is Over” Is Refined Art

A soulful reunion.

Review: Pounds’ “T.O.N.Y.” Is A Barrage Of Gritty NYC Hip Hop

Deliciously grimey.

Review: Rich Brian Shows Artistic Maturity On “The Sailor”

A step in the right direction.

Review: YBN Cordae’s “The Lost Boy” Showcases The Promise Ahead

A solid debut.

Review: Comethazine’s “Bawksee 3.5” Feels Like A 3.0

Blends in — but doesn't stand out.

Review: NF Finds Personal Excellence On "The Search"

Raw, real, relatable rap.

Review: E-40 “Practice Makes Paper” Is A Long But Fruitful Listen

The latest from Hip Hop's fountain of youth.

Review: Redman & Jayceeoh Shock The Rave Circuit As 1000Volts On "Power Up"

Danger, danger — high voltage!

Review: The Cool Kids & Alchemist's "Layups" Is A Short & Savage Affair

Easy swish. A little too easy.

Review: Chance The Rapper's "The Big Day" Is A Dud

Ringtone rap no one asked for.

Review: Mr. Muthafuckin' eXquire Embraces The Strange On Self-Titled Album

Crooklyn gets its props.

Review: Twondon & Dolla $ign Dunn’s “Summertime In Jersey” Is A Homegrown Gem

It is highly recommended theme music for your Tri-State heatwave movements.

Review: Young Trap’s “Hustle & Glow” Fits In But Doesn’t Stand Out

Young Trap doesn’t quite make a case for next-level stardom, he more than deserves a spot on the radar.

Review: Big K.R.I.T. Runs In Place On “K.R.I.T. IZ HERE”

The Mississippi stalwart gives formidable performances you've heard before.

Review: Dee-1 Balances His Loves On “God & Girls”

And the chuuch said "Amen!"

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.

Review: Iggy Azalea’s "In My Defense" Is Offensively Mediocre

Predictable every step of the way.

Review: Beyoncé's "The Lion King: The Gift" Album Pads Her Legacy

Mrs. Carter closes in the circle of life.

Review: “By The Way 2” Displays A Dope Evolution For AD & Sorry Jaynari

Consider the duo’s third collaborative project together their most ambitious yet.

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