The HipHopDX review crew attempts to meet in the middle for Rozay's 10th studio effort.
A soulful reunion.
A step in the right direction.
A solid debut.
Blends in — but doesn't stand out.
Raw, real, relatable rap.
The latest from Hip Hop's fountain of youth.
Danger, danger — high voltage!
Easy swish. A little too easy.
Ringtone rap no one asked for.
Crooklyn gets its props.
It is highly recommended theme music for your Tri-State heatwave movements.
Young Trap doesn’t quite make a case for next-level stardom, he more than deserves a spot on the radar.
The Mississippi stalwart gives formidable performances you've heard before.
And the chuuch said "Amen!"
Out of all of today’s “baby” rappers, Keem isn't one to sleep on.
Predictable every step of the way.
Mrs. Carter closes in the circle of life.
Consider the duo’s third collaborative project together their most ambitious yet.