Hip Hop Reviews

Review: Timbaland’s Artist Yung Tory Doesn’t Live Up To His Influences On “Still Here EP”

Skip this one and wait for the album, whenever it comes.

Review: EarthGang's Eclectic "Mirrorland" Is A Thoughtful Love Letter To Atlanta

This isn't a new Outkast. This is a new Atlanta.

Review: Quality Control's "Control The Streets Volume 2" Showcases Their Strengths

Flooding the streets with one big ass playlist.

Review: Obie Trice Steps Into The Ring — Again — With "The Fifth"

The former Shady Records affiliate holds his own in the ring.

Review: Conway The Machine's "Look What I Became…" Broadens The Buffalo MC's Spectrum

He's just getting started!

Review: Azealia Banks' “Yung Rapunxel Pt. 2” Is Techno Rap Trauma

Thanks to the ravings and ramblings found on this SoundCloud mixtape.

Review: IDK’s Existentially Curious “Is He Real?” Shines Through Storytelling

The DMV’s "Section 80."

Review: Meyhem Lauren & DJ Muggs’ ”Members Only” Is A Bite-Sized Banger

Short and sweet.

Review: Post Malone Backstrokes In His Sorrow On The Star-Studded “Hollywood's Bleeding”

Stoney coasts a bit with Travis Scott, Swae Lee, Meek Mill, Halsey, Future and Ozzy Osbourne in his corner.

Review: G Perico's "Ten-Eight" Satisfies With Its West Coast Essence

His Roc Nation debut.

Review: Alchemist Sails Into Summer Vibes On “Yacht Rock 2”

Feel like a drug kingpin hanging out on Miami Beach in the 1980s.

Review: Jidenna's Nomadic Career Is Reflected Well In "85 To Africa"

The Classic Man has shed his trademarked image.

Review: Ras Kass Gives Fans A Proper Sequel With "Soul On Ice 2"

Kass remains a pillar of lyrical greatness.

Review: SiR's “Chasing Summer” Is A Fitting Seasonal Closer

TDE’s soulful singer/songwriter maintains his ability to craft beautiful tales of love, lost and the fascinatingly mundane moments in-between.

Review: Nef The Pharaoh Trips Into Outer Dimensions With "Mushrooms & Coloring Books"

The indie rapper is California dreamin' on such a summer's day.

Review: Black Milk Shows Maturity & Elegance On “DiVE”

The melody maker in his pure element.

Review: Lil Tecca’s Debut “We Love You Tecca” Is Bloated & Subpar

He has room for improvement if he truly wants it.

Review: Young Thug Slithers To Success On "So Much Fun"

On what is technically his “debut album,” the one they call Jeffrey maximizes his rap Rolodex.

Review: Common's Light Can't Overcome Lethargic "Let Love"

The Chicago legend brings dedication lyrics over mundane coffee shop jazz sounds.

Review: Jeezy Outgrows His Trapper Past On “TM104: The Legend Of The Snowman"

If the Snowman really is hanging up, he may be quitting while his legacy is ahead.

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