Hip Hop Reviews

Review: Higher Brothers Elevate Their Game On "Five Stars" Album

They’re getting 3.7, which is still a solid effort.

Review: Keyon Christ Leaves Room For Mixed Feelings On “They Don’t Want Us”

An EP more excitable for its hints at what’s to come.

Review: Deniro Farrar’s Delivers More Nonchalance With "Re-Up" EP

The gear-up for something even bigger.

Review: Adé Strives For Brighter Days On "Always Something"

Back for the first time.

Review: “Massiah Profit: Angel of Sin” EP Is An Exciting, Fresh Concept

A new kind of hero has emerged.

Review: Wiz Khalifa & Curren$y’s “2009” Album Is Nostalgic Kush

A truly “joint” album.

Review: Casanova Expands His Gangsta Palette On "Free At Last" EP

Courtesy of beats by 30 Roc.

Review: Papoose’s Maturity Reigns Supreme On “Underrated”

Grown man bars.

Review: Dreezy Is Unapologetically Herself On “Big Dreez” Album

Time heals all wounds … and Dreezy’s Chanel heels make the ground shake.

Review: Joell Ortiz & Fred The Godson's "Gorilla Glue" Album Is A Light Appetizer

Big on bars, disappointingly small on diversity.

Review: Q Da Fool & Kenny Beats "Bad Influences" LP Breeds Good Music

The beatmaker and the rapper bounce off each other quite nicely.

Review: Drag-On’s New Mixtape “Barz On Fire 3” Is A Dusty Relic

The flame isn't as hot as it used to be.

Review: Stalley Flexes His Creativity On "Human" EP

It's all about emotions.

Review: AZ Underwhelms On "Legacy: Freestyles & Features Edition"

With rhymes that will make ‘em say “huh?”

Review: Boogie’s Honesty Makes Shady Debut "Everything’s For Sale" Remarkable

Allow him to reintroduce himself.

Review: A Boogie With Da Hoodie’s "Hoodie SZN" Is Fiercely Formulaic

He's directly on top of the current zeitgeist.

Review: Future Relishes On His Trap Throne With “The WZRD” Album

HNDRXX come a long way since his demo.

Review: Maino’s ”Jermaine” Puts His Authenticity On A Pedestal

Don’t confuse him with one of these ”rappers.”

Review: DeJ Loaf Retraces Her Roots On “Go DeJ Go Vol. 1” EP

Could 2019 be a comeback year?

Review: Consider Kodak Black’s “Dying To Live” A Compelling Cry For Help

Let's hope the album's ghastly themes aren't self-prophetic.

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