Month: October 2022

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Sainté – Vacation (Review)

A new EP from UK rapper Sainté sees him on the most luxurious production you can find. Blending the hustle & smooth talk you can from American rappers like Larry…

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Fatboi Sharif – Preaching in Havana (Review)

For decades, over much of hiphop has loomed a dejection; a cold heartedness bred from streets and a nation that do you no good. From the gore of Necro to…

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Youngboy Never Broke Again – Ma’ I Got A Family (Review)

Youngboy Never Broke Again’s sixth release this year sees him in another pocket stylistically once again. While The Last Slimeto has him over plenty of hard beats, and 3800 Degrees…

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Jeezy & DJ Drama – Snofall (Review)

Years since their roots together, the DJ & Rapper duo team back up for a disappointing project. For years, Jeezy has been coasting, dropping multiple average projects since hitting a…

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Tee Grizzley – Chapters of the Trenches (Review)

While Tee Grizzley burst into the mainstream with 2018’s Activated, he has seemingly been surpassed in recent years by other members of Detroit trap scene. Starting out, Grizz made a…

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Zahsosaa – Forever Increasing (Review)

Philly club’s sound has been back in full force. With the explosive record that came out with DJ Crazy, “Shake Dat,” it seems like this sound will be the one…

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Rich Homie Quan – Family & Mula (Review)

The return of Rich Homie Quan is one that has been lauded by fans of the Rich Gang duo, the final product is a lukewarm one. One half of that…

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The Diplomats – Diplomatic Immunity (Throwback Thursday Review)

A crown jewel of the early 00s, the album by The Diplomats has remained a staple of NY hip hop. With multiple classics across a double album along with plenty…

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Method Man – Tical (Wu Wednesday Review)

One of the most unique voices to ever grace hip hop, Method Man’s Tical always remained the most underrated of the Wu Tang solo albums. It may have the massive…

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Lil Baby – It’s Only Me (Review)

Lil Baby’s return shows marginal improvement. While his previous effort on My Turn felt like the victory lap, this feels like a look down from the top. Comfortable in his…

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G Herbo – Survivor’s Remorse (Review)

While G Herbo has been a mainstay of Chicago drill and popular hiphop since 2014’s landmark mixtape Welcome to Fazoland, he was always a man apart from his peers. He…

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SaySoTheMac & K7TheFinesser – Finesse Her If I SaySo (Review)

Teaming up with K7TheFinesser, SaySoTheMac quickly returns to deliver another short EP after his most recent album. A member of the Stinc Team, SaySo’s bars are abundant, yet his flow…