Hip Hop Reviews

Review: Redman Provides A Solid Contact High On '3 Joints'

The veteran rapper is still nice with it.

Review: Nick Cannon's 'The Miseducation Of The Negro You Love To Hate' Basks In Mediocrity

An Eminem diss can't save this one.

Review: Stunna 4 Vegas Provides Lively But Disposable Bops On ‘Rich Youngin’

He doesn’t quite get the block hot, more like lukewarm.

Review: With 'Modus Vivendi,' 070 Shake Solidifies Her Sound

The Kanye West protégé has gone above and beyond expectations with this release.

Review: Mick Jenkins Delivers Soothing Vibes On 'The Circus' EP

A relaxed Chicago kickback.

Review: Uncle Murda’s “Don’t Come Outside, Vol 2” Speaks To His Consistency

Lenny Grant is back!

Review: Denzel Curry Nearly Reaches Super Saiyan On ‘13LOOD 1N + 13LOOD OUT MIXX’

A chaotic collection of loose gold.

Review: Tiffany Red’s 'Call Me Red, Vol. 1' Is A Collection Of Sure-Shot R&B Gems

Vibes galore.

Review: Johnny Cinco Is No Aubrey Graham On 'Hood Drake' Album

The Quality Control affiliate may want to find another lane.

Review: Sada Baby Gets Tough Behind The Mic On Solid 'Brolik'

Detroit's premier trap-rapper starts 2020 off strong.

Review: Westside Gunn's 'Flyest Nig@@ In Charge Mixtape Vol. 1' Is The Issue Day 1 Fans Deserve

R.I.P. Machine Gun Blak.

Review: Roc Marciano Ends The Decade Blasting His Hazardous Grace On "Marcielago"

Roc cruises into the 2020s with a vengeance.

Review: Travis Scott's Crew Is Underserved On JACKBOYS' Self-Titled Compilation

Less of a compilation, more of a teaser.

Review: Fat Joe & Dre’s 'Family Ties' Is Not The Fadeaway Classic We Hoped For

A decent "goodbye" but Crack has done better.

Review: Wifisfuneral Sounds Bored On Middling 'Ev3rything Sucks' EP

A tediously average project.

Review: Max B’s 'House Money' Is Good As Jailhouse Album Can Get

The wave never dies.

Review: Roddy Ricch Justifies The Hype On ‘Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial’

A debut showcasing why the Compton kid is up next

Review: ‘Bad Vibes Forever’ Is A Rough Compilation That Will Still Please XXXTENTACION Fans

X`s potential as a true musical talent is clear even though the execution falls flat.

Review: YNW Melly Serves Up Skippable ‘Melly Vs. Melvin’

Just a poor effort.

Review: Trippie Redd’s 'A Love Letter To You 4' Is Raw & Unfocused

A confessional without a point.

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