Hip Hop Reviews

Review: Jaden Smith's Ambition Gets The Best Of Him On "ERYS"

Too often, the young creative gets in his own way.

Review: Mustard Shoots For Hits But Hits Back Rim Instead On “Perfect Ten” Album

Muzzard on the beat hoe … but it doesn’t really matter.

Review: XV Sounds Reenergized on “The Dude With The Strap Back Dad Hat”

Veezy is back!

Review: Sincere Show’s “The Greatest Show On Earth” Has Ebbs & Vibey Flows

It’s not difficult to name better ”shows” that have dropped in the past 30 days alone.

Review: GoldLink's "Diaspora" Album Comes From The Soul

It's a combo of synths and riddims that serves its purpose whenever it's sunny outside.

Review: Machine Gun Kelly Has A Wicked Good Time On "Hotel Diablo"

Colson Baker exercises his Hip Hop muscle while exorcising his demons.

Review: J. Cole & Dreamville’s “Revenge Of The Dreamers III” Is A Clinic For Hardbody Hip Hop

Reminding the world what bars are truly all about.

Review: Westside Gunn’s “Flygod Is An Awesome God” Cranks Up Anticipation For “WWCD”

The album title says it all.

Review: Future's "SAVE ME" EP Drowns In Repetitiveness

More of the same.

Review: Polo G Crafts A Captivating Debut Album With “Die A Legend”

A harrowing — and humanizing — take on the life of desperate youth raised into a life they never chose.

Review: "The One" Album Firmly Establishes "Grown & Sexy" Trina

The Baddest Bitch still has what it takes.

Review: Tee Grizzley Tells His Unfiltered Truth On “Scriptures”

The Detroit mic beast and Timbaland the King make an effective duo.

Review: Wifisfuneral Steps Up His Game On “Ethernet 2” EP

His best body of work to date.

Review: Chris Brown’s “Indigo” Is A Publicity Stunt That Needs To Cease & Desist

Having thirty-two songs to endure is complete overkill.

Review: Twista's "Summer 96" Is Not The Album Chicago Needs Or Deserves

Great idea, poor execution.

Review: Freddie Gibbs & Madlib’s “Bandana” Is A Rap Noir Masterpiece


Review: Tyga Unfortunately Believes The Hype On "Legendary"

Amazingly average work.

Review: Domani Demonstrates His Emotional Depth On "Time Will Tell"

Regardless of familial history, this ATLien is an artist to watch out for.

Review: Heatmakers Steal The Show On Jim Jones' "El Capo"

The Dipset boss does his thing on the mic, however.

Review: B.o.B’s “Southmatic” Is Messy Yet Entertaining

Another foray into aimless Bobby Ray albums.

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