Maybe the LP will have more polish.
It isn’t bad, but it isn’t great either.
The Houston rapper waxes poetic about his past, present, and future.
But it kinda works…
If Misdemeanor’s goal was to get people dancing, she’s delivered in spades.
Despite a few jerky moments, Ferg still delivers audio energy without boundaries.
A disjointed effort.
Solid but sloppy.
Phonte and Rapper Big Pooh's first album in nine years was worth the wait.
Culture over everything.
A grand reintroduction to Inglewood’s top dog.
For all the Snoop fans out there, this project is slightly below "Tha Blue Carpet Treatment" and besting "Neva Left" and "Coolaid."
The Chi-town native looks on the dark side of life.
The HipHopDX review crew attempts to meet in the middle for Rozay's 10th studio effort.
A soulful reunion.
A step in the right direction.
A solid debut.
Blends in — but doesn't stand out.
Raw, real, relatable rap.