You know what they say: “It’s not over until the Last King sings."
His best album since "All 6's and 7's."
The Savemoney rep bares his soul — at the consequence of enjoyability.
Consider this sequel a relative success thanks to Yachty’s unwavering ingenuity.
Authentic tunes for lovers and thugs alike.
Even with DOOM and Kaytranada along for the ride, it's still a lofty goal.
You are watching a master at work.
J. Cole was smart to sign these two.
The Laker rookie’s initial rap release is sophomoric.
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.