Hip Hop Reviews

Review: Lil Tjay’s “F.N.” Is Both Ambitious & Novice

Maybe the LP will have more polish.

Review: Young Dolph & Key Glock’s ”Dum And Dummer” Lacks Any Clear Standouts

It isn’t bad, but it isn’t great either.

Review: Trae Tha Truth's "Exhale" Is Rich & Introspective

The Houston rapper waxes poetic about his past, present, and future.

Review: Trippie Redd’s "!" Is An Obvious Attempt At Crossover Clout

But it kinda works…

Review: “Iconology” Proves Missy Elliott Can Still Craft High-Level Hip Hop With Slick Pop Sensibilities

If Misdemeanor’s goal was to get people dancing, she’s delivered in spades.

Review: A$AP Ferg Sounds Energized On “Floor Seats"

Despite a few jerky moments, Ferg still delivers audio energy without boundaries.

Review: Brockhampton’s “Ginger” Is Their 1st Full-Length Misstep

A disjointed effort.

Review: Blueface’s ”Dirt Bag” Is High On Energy & Low On Surprises

Solid but sloppy.

Review: Little Brother Is Still In Top Form On "May The Lord Watch"

Phonte and Rapper Big Pooh's first album in nine years was worth the wait.

Review: Rapsody Firmly Secures Her Hip Hop Legacy With Women-Empowering "EVE"

Culture over everything.

Review: Rucci Commands Your Full Attention With “Tako's Son”

A grand reintroduction to Inglewood’s top dog.

Review: Snoop Dogg Deserves His Self-Anointed Praise With "I Wanna Thank Me" Album

For all the Snoop fans out there, this project is slightly below "Tha Blue Carpet Treatment" and besting "Neva Left" and "Coolaid."

Review: Lil Durk's "Love Songs 4 The Streets 2" Is A Sobering Look At The Hard-Knock Life

The Chi-town native looks on the dark side of life.

Review: Rick Ross Delivers Familiar Upscale Thrills On "Port Of Miami 2"

The HipHopDX review crew attempts to meet in the middle for Rozay's 10th studio effort.

Murs, 9th Wonder & The Soul Council’s “The Iliad Is Dead & The Odyssey Is Over” Is Refined Art

A soulful reunion.

Review: Pounds’ “T.O.N.Y.” Is A Barrage Of Gritty NYC Hip Hop

Deliciously grimey.

Review: Rich Brian Shows Artistic Maturity On “The Sailor”

A step in the right direction.

Review: YBN Cordae’s “The Lost Boy” Showcases The Promise Ahead

A solid debut.

Review: Comethazine’s “Bawksee 3.5” Feels Like A 3.0

Blends in — but doesn't stand out.

Review: NF Finds Personal Excellence On "The Search"

Raw, real, relatable rap.

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