Hip Hop Reviews

Review: Benny The Butcher’s “Plugs I Met” Is the “Tana Talk 3” Follow-Up Fans Deserve

The Butcher is back, and better than ever.

Review: Casey Veggies Keeps It Real On "Organic" Album

The L.A. rapper proves that authenticity is the way to go.

Review: Nems & Jazzsoon Craft New York-Centric Fine Art On “Gorilla Monsoon”

Fuck ya life!

Review: $uicideboy$ & Travis Barker Muddle The Rock-Rap Crossover On "Live Fast Die Whenever"

The blink-182 drummer keeps the focus on the rock side of things, which doesn't leave much room for the Hip Hop side.

Review: “Apollo XXI” Proves Multi-Instrumentalist Steve Lacy Has A Promising Solo Career

The Internet member displays some captivating musical experimentation that hits more than misses.

Review: Duckwrth’s “THE FALLING MAN” EP Is A Dynamic Experiment

Moving on up.

Review: Ghostface Killah & RZA Keep It All So Simple On "Wu-Tang: Of Mics And Men" EP

They made it brief, half short and quietly strong.

Review: Moneybagg Yo Shines Among High-Profile Features On “43va Heartless”

Not for the faint of ... well, you know.

Review: Blu & Exile Whet Appetites With “True & Livin’” EP

The (very) quick top to bottom feels like a Costco sample of a product not yet available.

Review: Suga Free Sounds Refined On Impressive "Resurrection" Album

Soak up some game and have a few laughs, pimpin'.

Review: DJ Paul Puts Forth A Respectable Effort On "Power, Pleasure, & Painful Things"

Consistency is the name of the game for the Three Six Mafia stalwart.

Review: Berner Smokes His Competition With "El Chivo"

How is this guy still languishing in relative obscurity?

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.

Review: Megan Thee Stallion's "Fever" Sets Bubblegum Competition On Fire

While it's a bit on the repetitive side, it also contains several tracks worth repeating.

Review: Emotional Oranges Nail The Art Of Conversational R&B On "The Juice, Vol. 1"

Stories of love and passion fill both sexes can relate to.

Review: Logic’s “Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind” Is Dangerously Corny

His own brand of commercial rap.

Review: Ca$his Earns His Post-Shady Stripes On "The Art Of Living"

The former Shady Records artist delivers a rock-solid studio effort.

Review: Tyler, The Creator’s “IGOR” Is A Fantastic Continuation Of His Artistic Transformation

And yes, it's very weird.

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

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

Review: Diamond D’s "The Diam Piece 2" Solidifies His Dual Threat Rep

Still one of the realest out.

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