Posted in Reviews

ICYTWAT – Siddhi World (Review)

When ICYTWAT picked up the mic, it was recommendable to put it down. Trading his usually clean production for the new murkier sound was initially jarring as well. Yet, with…

Posted in Reviews

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,…

Posted in Reviews

A.B.N. – It Is What It Is (Throwback Thursday Review)

Trae Tha Truth & Z-Ro are easily some of the iconic artists to have come from the Texas hip hop scene. Both with classics within each of their own solo…

Posted in Articles

Lucki & Babyface Ray Are The Next Duo to Look Out For

I’ve been thinking about changing the culture With a handful amount of collaborations under their belt, the duo has proven to be some of the best out right now. Blending…

Posted in Reviews

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…

Posted in Reviews

Lucki – Flawless Like Me (Review)

On the long-awaited debut, Lucki brings his most ambitious work to date. Spanning twenty-four tracks & nearly an hour, Lucki puts everything on the line with this release. Speaking on…

Posted in Articles

Lil B & The Connection to No Limit Records

Lil B has been considered a godfather to the internet age of rap, from the cloud rap stylings that have reappeared in plugg style production to the memes to the…

Posted in Reviews

Vince Staples – Shyne Coldchain Vol. 2 (Throwback Thursday Review)

Looking back at Vince Staples’ career is compelling. Not one project of his falters lyrically, but his soundscapes change with each release. The abrasive EDM nature of Big Fish Theory,…

Posted in Reviews

The Origin of Ka’s Album Art for Languish Arts

On September 16th, 2022, Ka released a surprise double album with little warning. The two albums, titled Languish Arts & Woeful Studies, utilize fitting artworks. Stark backdrops of a seemingly…

Posted in Reviews

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…

Posted in Articles

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…

Posted in Articles

Sample History: Trae Tha Truth’s Inkredible

Some sample histories run so deep, its almost like you can get lost within the mix. Searching through Trae Tha Truth’s track “Inkredible” provides some interesting results. Here we’ll take…