The Butcher is back, and better than ever.
The L.A. rapper proves that authenticity is the way to go.
Fuck ya life!
The blink-182 drummer keeps the focus on the rock side of things, which doesn't leave much room for the Hip Hop side.
The Internet member displays some captivating musical experimentation that hits more than misses.
Moving on up.
They made it brief, half short and quietly strong.
Not for the faint of ... well, you know.
The (very) quick top to bottom feels like a Costco sample of a product not yet available.
Soak up some game and have a few laughs, pimpin'.
Consistency is the name of the game for the Three Six Mafia stalwart.
How is this guy still languishing in relative obscurity?
Don’t ever play yourself ... especially making the same album over and over again.
While it's a bit on the repetitive side, it also contains several tracks worth repeating.
Stories of love and passion fill both sexes can relate to.
His own brand of commercial rap.
The former Shady Records artist delivers a rock-solid studio effort.
And yes, it's very weird.
The only blurred line on the album is the Mason-Dixon.
Still one of the realest out.