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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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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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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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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…

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UnoTheActivist – Limbus 3 (Review)

Carefully growing his catalog, UnoTheActivist decided he would end his career with the final album in the Limbus series. Whether he stays true to this is yet to be seen,…

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Bigg Jus – The Black Mamba Syrums Part 1 (20 Year Anniversary)

Bigg Jus has been here for years, but easily one of the most underground acts. Coming from the legendary alternative hip hop group Company Flow, the Queens, NY emcee’s solo…

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Young Nudy – Nudy Land (5 Year Anniversary Review)

Young Nudy has a knack for knowing exactly what to put in his projects. Five years since the release of “Nudy Land,” it almost seems to be the start of…

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Autumn! – Not Much Left! (One Year Later)

Member of the SlayWorld collective, Autumn! has had his notoriety grow immensely since the year this short EP was released. On this release, it is nearly a Summrs collab since…

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Jay-Z – Reasonable Doubt (Throwback Thursday Review)

An absolute classic to this day, Jay-Z’s debut has maintained one of the strongest hip hop releases ever. Not only is it lyrically his strongest, its immaculate usage of sampling…

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Kodak Black – Closure EP (Review)

After the success of his most mainstream release, Kodak returns with a small EP. These four tracks don’t aim for the radio play of his last release, but focus inward…

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Peezy – Only Built 4 Diamond Links (Review)

Follow Anywhere the Dope Go on Twitter A member of Detroit’s Team Eastside, he’s been active since the early 2010s. Here you can feel it, his vocal tone is subdued….