Mr. Daniel’s latest is a placeholder that holds its own distinction.
Stepping out of church to call out the state.
A modest release best enjoyed for its intent opposed to execution.
Southern rap with substance. And they say it doesn't exist anymore...
A release with big aspirations but small execution.
His music is on par with his free throws.
Once again, emceeing is the underlying strength for his album.
Heavy is the head...
A thorough trip with perceptible turbulence.
Their chemistry is apparently evident.
Although the waters are occasionally choppy, the intent for self-care is heard loud and clear.
The collaboration album ultimately suffers from too many cooks in the kitchen.
And for the most part, he succeeds.
Welcome to a hazy emporium of vibes.
A third time that isn't the charm.
Welcome to The Show.
The beat goes on.
With 25 tracks to choose from, there are some grams here catered for you. Yes, you.
A clear attempt to crossover to traditional American audiences.
Bear witness to a blossoming rapper in the midst of a stylistic evolution.