HipHopDx Reviews

Review: Termanology Refines His Nostalgia On "Bad Decisions"

Once again, emceeing is the underlying strength for his album.

Review: Nicki Minaj's "Queen" Is Far From A Royal Release

Heavy is the head...

Review: Trippie Redd’s “Life's a Trip” Is A Commendable-N-Chaotic Genre Fuser

A thorough trip with perceptible turbulence.

Review: G Herbo & Southside's "Swervo" Convincingly Warrants Future Collabos

Their chemistry is apparently evident.

Review: Mac Miller Embodies Defiance On Cathartic "Swimming" Album

Although the waters are occasionally choppy, the intent for self-care is heard loud and clear.

Review: Guin Records Showcases Potential On The Cluttered "Uncharted"

The collaboration album ultimately suffers from too many cooks in the kitchen.

Review: Popcaan Strives For Timelessness On "Forever"

And for the most part, he succeeds.

Review: Travis Scott Ascends Even Higher Past His Imitators With "Astroworld"

Welcome to a hazy emporium of vibes.

Review: YG's "STAY DANGEROUS" Never Establishes Its Identity

A third time that isn't the charm.

Review: Denzel Curry's "TA13OO" Is The Equator Between Hype & Substance

Welcome to The Show.

Review: The Internet Harness Collective Grooves On "Hive Mind"

The beat goes on.

Review: Wiz Khalifa's Lengthy "Rolling Papers II" Is Worth Its Weight In K.K.

With 25 tracks to choose from, there are some grams here catered for you. Yes, you.

Review: Jay Park’s “Ask Bout Me” EP Is Eclectic But Doesn't Meet His Potential

A clear attempt to crossover to traditional American audiences.

Review: "Yung Bans, Vol. 5" Is A Solid Addition To 2018's Trap Blitz

Bear witness to a blossoming rapper in the midst of a stylistic evolution.

Review: Tre Capital's "Hero" Reveals Much Room For Growth

Xzibit's son looks to emerge in his own Hip Hop legacy but still has to iron out the wrinkles.

Review: Young Buck's “10 Plugs” Has Zero Surprises

Ca$hville's finest can still rap but this LP is a retread of tired trap-ism and “skkrt” ad-libs.

Review: B.o.B's Alleged Final Album “NAGA” Is Aimless & Entertaining

A retirement on this note won't save him from the "where are they now?” questions.

Review: N.O.R.E. Keeps It Average On "5E"

New heads will skip it. Old heads will think it's just ... O.K.

Review: YFN Lucci & Yung Bleu Are Trap Casanovas With "Lucci Vandross"

Strictly for the streets and the sheets.

Review: Kool G Rap & 38 Spesh Gel On "Son Of G Rap" Album

Like (rap) father, like son.

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