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L’Orange & Solemn Brigham – Marlowe 3 (Review)

While the North Carolina MC / producer duo of Solemn Brigham and L’Orange might be named for the pulp private eye Phillip Marlowe, perhaps another predecessor is English playwright Christopher…

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In Memoriam: Takeoff

While the Migos have enjoyed ups and downs in both popularity and quality over the years, the death of Takeoff is a gut punch given their cultural impact and classic…

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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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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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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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Open Mike Eagle – Component System with the Auto Reverse (Review)

The art rap scene has always existed nebulously in the grey area between hardcore, old school rhymes and deeply personal allegory. From an early barrage of flows and smack talk…

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Billy Woods & Messiah Musik – Church (Review)

There’s something communal about smoking together; On fire escapes and stoops as cars and trains whiz by, shouts and shots in the distance, you pass it around in a uniting,…

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Rome Streetz – Kiss the Ring (Review)

“Bible or the Rifle”, “Mud into Moet”, “Prayers Over Packages”; Rome Streetz’ music has always been a thing of conflict. Conflict on the streets, or in your own mentality. On…

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BigWalkDog – Trick City (Review)

As BigWalkDog’s own website states, “The Mississippi Delta harbors a long history of gutsy and gritty artistry, dating all the way back to Muddy Waters and B.B. King. Carrying this…

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The Best Albums of 3rd Quarter 2022

Follow Anywhere the Dope Go on Twitter Remember, this article only covers albums which have dropped from July-September. Check out our best albums of the Second quarter here. While we were…

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Lukah – Raw Extractions (Review)

A subgenre of hiphop that many have been ravenously searching for, only to often come up short, is Southern, conscious hiphop in the vein of Outkast or Scarface. While other…

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An Introduction to: Estee Nack

While Boston might not historically be the most popping hiphop scene, several artists today have found their niche adjacent to the boombap renaissance. At the front of this movement is…