Hip Hop Reviews

Review: Lou Will’s ’Syx Piece’ Asserts The Baller As A Capable NBA Rhymer

Lou Will can’t lose.

Review: Fetty Wap Gives Limp Thug Lovin' On 'Trap & B' Album

Though he's a long way away from his glory days, Fetty Wop puts forth a fair effort.

Review: T.R.U. & 2 Chainz Make Minimum Impact On 'No Face No Case'

The LP feels more like a sampler of the up and coming artists on the T.R.U. label than it does a fully-fledged standalone album.

Review: Jerreau Hits An Artistic Stride On 'KEEP EVERYTHING YOUR SELF'

The Columbus native is preaching self-care and self-awareness.

Review: Royce Da 5'9 Consolidates His Styles On 'The Allegory'

Socially and politically charged.

Review: Key Glock's Skills Showcase Maturity On 'Yellow Tape'

The Memphis MC is coming into his own.

Review: Garren Sputters On Debut Album 'The New (Normal)'

There’s not much to skip, but there’s not much to remember either.

Review: Che Noir Stays Consistent With 38 Spesh-Produced ’Juno’


Review: 10k.caash's 'Planet Swajjur' Injects Some Fun Into Hip Hop

Not your Album of the Year but an entertaining experience nevertheless.

Review: Pop Smoke's 'Meet The Woo 2' Is Brooklyn Strong

The groundbreaking New York drill rapper commands respect.

Review: Lil Wayne’s 'Funeral' Is A Laborious Marathon Of Drop-Dead Rhyming

Weezy F. Baby and the "F" is for “Funeral Is Too Long.”

Review: Russ Shows Both Personal & Artistic Growth On ‘Shake The Snow Globe’

His most complete work to date.

Review: 'Studio Monk' Is Junia-T's Introduction To Toronto's Current Alt-Hip Hop Scene

The MC/producer provides a project featuring lively production and purposeful guest features representing Canada’s cultural hotbed.

Review: Denzel Curry & Kenny Beats Match One Another's Wavelength On 'UNLOCKED'

Another win for Zel.

Review: Yung Pinch Rides High Off Ocean Vibes But Gets Burned By Inconsistency On ‘Back 2 The Beach’

Rap’s answer to pop-punk.

Review: Kota The Friend Wanders Through His Notebook On 'Lyrics To Go Vol. 1'

The songs are shorter, but the recipe is the same.

Review: Ty Farris Gives Fans A Worthy Follow-Up With 'No CoSign Just Cocaine 3'

From Detroit, with love.

Review: Raekwon Holds His Legendary Status Steady On 'The Appetition'

The Chef continues to cook up good things.

Review: Sean2 Miles Mingles Blues With Hip-Hop and R&B On 'Farmhaven'

From the soul of Mississippi.

Review: Theophilus London's "Bebey" Is Propped Up By Stellar Production

He’s not a phenomenal rapper — but as an artist, his ear for production and a keen sense of his sonic strengths are admirably sharp.

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