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November 2022 Favorite Releases

Every month in hip hop feels endless, with releases always on the way. Here we’ll take a look at some of the best of the month. Smino has been slowly…

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Chinx – CR6 (Review)

Years after the death of Coke Boys member Chinx, we get his third posthumous release. With such a gap in-between releases, the previous one releasing in 2016 & a myriad…

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Money Man – Blackout (Review)

If you ever wanted an album to feel it was a waste of your time, this is for you. Sixteen albums in, Money still fails to prove he’s doing anything…

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Metro Boomin – Heroes & Villians (Review)

Following up his debut album after a long hiatus, Metro Boomin’s sophomore release feels lackluster. While Metro’s producer credits are nothing to scoff at, becoming one of the most iconic…

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Key Glock – PRE5L (Review)

On the anniversary of Young Dolph’s death, Key Glock returns with a short but all heat-filled EP. Embracing Dolph’s legacy, he aptly titles the EP PRE5L, meaning Paper Route Empire…

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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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Babytron – Bin Reaper 3: Old Testament (Review)

With seemingly every release, Babytron makes an improvement to his sound that was previously absent. Luka Troncic explored the Hi-NRG sounds of the 80s, Bin Reaper 2 is a pop…

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Bandmanrill – Club Godfather (Review)

Follow Anywhere the Dope Go on Twitter Jersey Club’s re-inventor returns to claim his crown. Dropping his debut proper project, he brings a multi-dimensional project that doesn’t abandon his roots….

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Kodak Black – Kutthroat Bill: Vol. 1 (Review)

Kodak Black returns with another near-Halloween release, but its far from his greatest. While last time he brought the super hit “Super Gremlin” and multiple firey singles, this project lacks…

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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…