Tag: trap

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Babytron 2022 Recap Playlist

Damn near in his own subgenre of Detroit trap, Babytron’s daring ability to rap over every instrumental draws you in but his unique brand of shit talking makes you stay….

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Tee Grizzley – Chapters of the Trenches (Review)

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

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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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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…

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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….

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Young Nudy – EA Monster (Review)

The above tweet is as apt a description of what makes Young Nudy special as possible; The juxtaposition of heartless trap and horror imagery with lighthearted sounds and flows makes…

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Icewear Vezzo – Rich Off Pints 3 (Review)

While he has a deep discog and a long history with Detroit’s Team Eastside, Icewear Vezzo has been on a a special run just over the last couple years. Between…

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Uncovering: Gunplay – Inglorious Bastard

Florida rapper & Maybach Music signee Gunplay’s tape Inglorious Bastard, while having some of his biggest songs to date like “Rollin,” is still not on streaming services. Now the tape…

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EST Gee & 42 Dugg – Last Ones Left (Review)

Follow Anywhere the Dope Go on Twitter Collab albums, while exciting on paper, are often a blatant disappointment; Either not meshing the two rappers’ styles or having one clearly outshine…

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Babytron – Megatron (Review)

Follow Anywhere the Dope Go on Twitter Making a name for himself in the late 2010’s Michigan trap scene, Babytron took its eccentricities to an endearing extreme. The punch-ins and…

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Sada Baby – Bartier Bounty 3 (Review)

Follow Anywhere the Dope Go on Twitter The Michigan trap scene has become the hottest thing in hiphop over the past couple years (check out our guide to Detroit trap!)….

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Juicy J – Stay Trippy (Throwback Thursday Review)

Three 6 Mafia member Juicy J had a unsuspected late career resurgence. While always a highlight of the group, his solo work took time to fully form into its own…