Hip Hop Reviews

Review: Yelawolf's "Trunk Muzik 3" Is A Ghetto Cowboy Staple

Catfish Billy admirably stays real to himself but this last Shady offering is more of a catch and release.

Review: Choosey & Exile Fondly Remember The Good Times On "Black Beans"

The multi-cultural rapper and producer with the magic hands blend sweet sounds.

Review: TLE Cinco Brings More Of The Same On "Cinco 2.0"

The Birmingham-based rapper shows consistency, though nothing that's a stand-out.

Review: Supa Bwe Makes A Well-Rounded Effort On “Just Say Thank You”

Chicago Hip Hop FTW.

Review: NAV "Bad Habits" Is A Monotone Masterpiece

The bars are bland, the beats are basic but that seems to be the point.

Review: Anderson .Paak’s "Ventura" Is Another Enthralling Pit Stop

California loves making great music.

Review: Cee Kay Keeps A Smoking Gun On "Blood On My Hands"

Impressive flow armed with alarming lyricism.

Review: Khalid’s “Free Spirit” Is Too Hazy For Comfort

At 21, the famed crooner is showing us his studio growing pains.

Review: Conway The Machine’s Grimiest MC Campaign Continues With ”Everybody Is F.O.O.D. 3”

A quick (but surprisingly hearty) appetizer that should tide over his extremely loyal base.

Review: Birdman & Juvenile's "Just Another Gangsta” Does The Cash Money Legacy Justice

No old man energy here!

Review: Chief Keef & Zaytoven Make A Good Team On "GloToven" Joint Album

Don't count Sosa out yet.

Review: ITSOKTOCRY's "Poshboy!" Is An Emo-Depressive Lull

The Denver-based rapper is just as melodramatic as his name.

Review: Tedashii Sticks To The Plan On “Never Fold” Album

With muddled results.

Review: Zamaera Makes An Energetic & Chaotic Debut With “Z” EP

An up-and-coming lyrical threat.

Review: Project Youngin Gets His Blood Pumping With "Project Swift" Album

The North Florida rapper showcases infectious confidence and unlimited potential.

Review: 42 Dugg Shows Dimension On "Young & Turnt" Album

This is evidently the new sound of Detroit.

Review: Euro Gotit's "Foreign Exchange" Is Largely Generic

All the ingredients are there, but some of the offerings still lack flavor.

Review: "Wyclef Goes Back To School" Is An Eclectic Journey

Or is it ... ecleftic?

Review: Privaledge's "Reality" Is Big On Bars But Light On Buzz-Building

Still one hit away.

Review: Rich The Kid Avoids Sophomore Slumpin' On "The World Is Yours 2"

The Queens rapper shows up strong, though avoids showing out.

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