Hip Hop Reviews

Review: Supa BWE Unleashes Primal Energy On “Jaguar”

The Chicago rapper is relentless.

Review: DaBaby's "KIRK" Is A Solid Building Block For A Growing Discography

He's on his way. Scratch that. He's officially here.

Review: Molly Brazy Falls Short Of Her Potential On “Built To Last”

A half-step back for the Detroit lioness.

Review: Young M.A's "Herstory In The Making" Has Mild Impact

For those (still) willing to hear her out, there's more than enough here to warrant anticipation for future chapters of her story.

Review: Boosie Badazz Is All Sizzle & No Steak On "Bad Azz Zay" Joint Album With Zaytoven

The joint album is remarkably ordinary.

Review: "Ghostface Killahs" Is Your 2019 Wu-Tang Clan Audio Fix

Co-starring Method Man, Cappadonna and Sun God, the solid offering follows the paper trail.

Review: Luh Soldier’s “NAW FR” Is A Standard Trap Banger Tape With Substance

Don’t sleep on Alabama’s Hip Hop Scene.

Review: Shoreline Mafia’s “Party Pack Vol. 2” Isn't Much Of A Fiesta

If the beats are the party than the lyrics are the cops shutting it down early.

Review: Ameer Vann’s “Emmanuel” Offers A Dark Window Into A Fallen Star

The next chapter for the former Brockhampton member.

Review: Von Pea’s “City For Sale” Is A Satisfying Slice Of Creativity

Definitely not skimmable music.

Review: Skyzoo & Pete Rock’s “Retropolitan” Is A Brilliant Lyrical Ode To Old New York

More jewels than the Cave of Wonders.

Review: Wiz Khalifa Flies Through The Air With The Greatest Of Ease On "Freestyles Vol. 1" Mixtape

The Kush King flexes his muscle behind the mic.

Review: JPEGMAFIA’s “All My Heroes Are Cornballs” Is A Polished Cultural Statement Of Defiance

The soundtrack for the disenfranchised Millennial Redditor.

Review: Gashi's Self-Titled Debut Bodes Both Skips & Slaps

Less flex and more dance next time, please and thank you.

Review: Timbaland’s Artist Yung Tory Doesn’t Live Up To His Influences On “Still Here EP”

Skip this one and wait for the album, whenever it comes.

Review: EarthGang's Eclectic "Mirrorland" Is A Thoughtful Love Letter To Atlanta

This isn't a new Outkast. This is a new Atlanta.

Review: Quality Control's "Control The Streets Volume 2" Showcases Their Strengths

Flooding the streets with one big ass playlist.

Review: Obie Trice Steps Into The Ring — Again — With "The Fifth"

The former Shady Records affiliate holds his own in the ring.

Review: Conway The Machine's "Look What I Became…" Broadens The Buffalo MC's Spectrum

He's just getting started!

Review: Azealia Banks' “Yung Rapunxel Pt. 2” Is Techno Rap Trauma

Thanks to the ravings and ramblings found on this SoundCloud mixtape.

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