HipHopDx Reviews

Review: Larry June’s “You’re Doing Good” Is Lean & Focused

Toxin-free trap.

Review: “Kyoto” Proves Tyga Should Stick To Rapping, Dammit

You know what they say: “It’s not over until the Last King sings."

Review: Tech N9ne Is Back In Orbit With "Planet"

His best album since "All 6's and 7's."

Review: Brian Fresco's "Love Scars" Is A Revealing & Hard Listen

The Savemoney rep bares his soul — at the consequence of enjoyability.

Review: Lil Yachty's Alter Ego Is Entertaining Enough On "Lil Boat 2"

Consider this sequel a relative success thanks to Yachty’s unwavering ingenuity.

Review: Nana Is Clearly Hungry On Self-Titled EP

Authentic tunes for lovers and thugs alike.

Review: Bishop Nehru Makes Valiant Attempt At Rap "Pet Sounds" With "Elevators: Act I & II"

Even with DOOM and Kaytranada along for the ride, it's still a lofty goal.

Review: Phonte Remains In Top Form On "No News Is Good News"

You are watching a master at work.

Review: EarthGang's "Royalty" EP Is Short But Satisfying

J. Cole was smart to sign these two.

Review: Lonzo Ball's “Born 2 Ball” Mixtape Is The Polar Opposite Of "Illmatic"

The Laker rookie’s initial rap release is sophomoric.

Review: Elzhi Reestablishes Himself As Elite MC On "Jericho Jackson"

For Khrysis, the project is just another quality release in a career filled with consistency. But for Elzhi, it's redemption.

Review: Kodak Black Bleeds Emotion On "Heart Break Kodak"

Enough thug tears to fill a river.

Review: "Victory Lap" Confirms Nipsey Hussle's Marathon Paid Off

Welcome to the Winner's Circle.

Review: RiFF RAFF & DJ Afterthought’s "Cool Blue Jewels" Is REM Trap Music

Snoozefest alert!

Review: Kendrick Lamar & Co. Uncover Wakanda's Jewels On "Black Panther: The Album"

The HipHopDX review team highlights the DNA fusion between King Kenny and T'Challa.

Review: Cozz Hits Notable Career Stride On Lyrically Sharp "Effected"

The choruses need a bit of work but there's enough palatable Hip Hop to feel the effect.

Review: Master P Flexes Adaptation Skills On "Tony Mantana"

It's all about execution. Chi-Chi, get the yayo.

Review: Mark Battles Shows Flashes Of Brilliance On "Vasi World"

The Indianapolis native brings a "true school" approach to Quality Control Music, home of Migos and Lil Yachty.

Review: Audio Push’s "Cloud 909" Is A Sonic Sky Kiss

Behold Oktane-fueled tunes that are worth the Price of admission.

Review: 2 Chainz Cooks Up A Choice Trappetizer With “The Play Don't Care Who Makes It”

It’s nothing you haven’t heard before but the flavor is neatly intact.

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