For Khrysis, the project is just another quality release in a career filled with consistency. But for Elzhi, it's redemption.
Enough thug tears to fill a river.
Welcome to the Winner's Circle.
The HipHopDX review team highlights the DNA fusion between King Kenny and T'Challa.
The choruses need a bit of work but there's enough palatable Hip Hop to feel the effect.
It's all about execution. Chi-Chi, get the yayo.
The Indianapolis native brings a "true school" approach to Quality Control Music, home of Migos and Lil Yachty.
Behold Oktane-fueled tunes that are worth the Price of admission.
It’s nothing you haven’t heard before but the flavor is neatly intact.
Ras Kass, El Gant, and J57 walk the line but almost lose their balance along the way.
Jack White looks smart for signing this skilled MC.
A yawn-inducing project live from the trap.
Ice kold raps straight outta Toronto with a splash of Philly freezer.
The new Fresh Prince and Jazzy Jeff they are NOT.
It's a gospelized candor and cheesiness.
Wiz Khalifa, Pusha T, The Game, E-40 and production exclusively from Scott Storch make up the album.
Too many forgettable records for a Part II (and Part III).
Minnesota's very own looks to stake their claim in mainstream rap.
Entertaining but not sustaining.