HipHopDx Reviews

Review: Ralo Confuses Conviction For Quality On "Diary Of The Streets 3"

A yawn-inducing project live from the trap.

Review: Kid Kold & Freeway Brandish That Familiar Hip Hop Sound With “Black Gang EP”

Ice kold raps straight outta Toronto with a splash of Philly freezer.

Review: Lil Debbie & Kid Class' “I’m The Rapper, He’s The Producer” Is Uneven With Glimmers Of Potential

The new Fresh Prince and Jazzy Jeff they are NOT.

Review: Rich Brian Sheds His Trapper Aspirations For Honesty On “Amen”

It's a gospelized candor and cheesiness.

Review: Berner Flexes Versatility Alongside All-Star Cast On "The Big Pescado"

Wiz Khalifa, Pusha T, The Game, E-40 and production exclusively from Scott Storch make up the album.

Review: Migos’ “Culture II” Is An Unfocused, Unworthy Sequel To The Original

Too many forgettable records for a Part II (and Part III).

Review: FREEWIFI Dive Into Accessibility On “Connected”

Minnesota's very own looks to stake their claim in mainstream rap.

Review: Gunna’s “Drip Season 3” Swags & Sways

Entertaining but not sustaining.

Review: Skyzoo Ups His Social Commentary Rep On "In Celebration Of Us"

An auditory party for fans who still want to soak up substance in their headphones.

Review: Skipper Is Allergic To Originality On "Prezidential"

The HBK rapper sticks to vague sentiments, achieving the lowest common denominator effect.

Review: Lil Wayne’s "Dedication 6: Reloaded" Is Exciting & Of Course, Bloated

Weezy’s relentless inspiration continues.

Review: Juicy J Back On His BS With “ShutDaFukUp”

This is more like it.

Review: Lil Skies’ “Life Of A Dark Rose” Debut Shows Potential, But Eh

Some skies have limits.

Review: Drake’s Microwave Dinner-Length “Scary Hours” Is Stellar Nonetheless

As The Fresh Prince would write in the margins, "intriguing duality."

Review: Dave East Delivers NYC Noir On “Paranoia 2”

Vivid imagery keeps this album in the project hallways.

Review: Payroll Giovanni & Cardo Drop Smooth Hustler Anthems With “Big Bossin Vol. 2”

Listeners are taken on a 16-track journey as the new Def Jam signee details the harsh realities of life in Detroit while dropping motivation for those still in the trenches.

Review: Evidence's Self-Assurance Pays Off On "Weather Or Not"

Some think he's clever, others think he's the one who makes too many references to weather.

Review: SiR Attempts To Seduce Everyone With "November"

Love is one helluva drug.

Review: Maxo Kream Tells His Captivating Life Story On "Punken"

While the LP is Kream's best work yet, some issues preclude it from reaching magnum opus status.

Review: Hoodrich Pablo Juan Swag OD's On "Rich Hood"

The mixtape wastes infectious production with lackluster lyricism

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