A yawn-inducing project live from the trap.
Ice kold raps straight outta Toronto with a splash of Philly freezer.
The new Fresh Prince and Jazzy Jeff they are NOT.
It's a gospelized candor and cheesiness.
Wiz Khalifa, Pusha T, The Game, E-40 and production exclusively from Scott Storch make up the album.
Too many forgettable records for a Part II (and Part III).
Minnesota's very own looks to stake their claim in mainstream rap.
Entertaining but not sustaining.
An auditory party for fans who still want to soak up substance in their headphones.
The HBK rapper sticks to vague sentiments, achieving the lowest common denominator effect.
Weezy’s relentless inspiration continues.
This is more like it.
Some skies have limits.
As The Fresh Prince would write in the margins, "intriguing duality."
Vivid imagery keeps this album in the project hallways.
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.
Some think he's clever, others think he's the one who makes too many references to weather.
Love is one helluva drug.
While the LP is Kream's best work yet, some issues preclude it from reaching magnum opus status.
The mixtape wastes infectious production with lackluster lyricism