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Mixtape Review: Chinx Drugz, Cocaine Riot 3

The nearly year long delay of French Montana’s Excuse My French debut has put Chinx Drugz’ career on the backburner, but the Queens-bred Coke Boy hasn’t just been sitting on his hands...

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Album Review: Ghostface Killah, Twelve Reasons To Die

With 20 years of experience and a resumé of critically acclaimed albums, Ghostface Killah has established himself as one of hip-hop’s most consistent and reliable acts...

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Album Review: Kid Cudi, Indicud

When Kid Cudi first announced his third solo LP, Indicud, he likened it to his own version of Dr. Dre's classic 2001. A lofty comparison, sure, but Cudi clarified that he planned on embodying Dre's behind-the-scenes mastermind persona, and in a way curate a collaborative album...

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Mixtape Review: Big K.R.I.T., King Remembered In Time

Big K.R.I.T. still has a point to prove. He makes this clear on “King Without a Crown,” off his newest mixtape King Remembered in Time, where he belts out through his thorny southern drawl that he still hasn’t gotten his proper due...

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Album Review: Tyga, Hotel California

On last year’s Careless World: Rise of the Last King, Tyga went to great lengths to prove he was deeper than “Rack City”.  And he actually fared pretty well in doing so...

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Mixtape Review: Lil B, P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thug)

For those who aren’t already devout followers of The Based God, dipping your toes into the world of Lil B’s music can be a challenging undertaking...

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Album Review: Tyler, The Creator, Wolf

Tyler, The Creator has come a long way from his days on Tumblr. The foul-mouthed Odd Future leader has become the poster child for teenage angst and rebellion...

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Mixtape Review: Fiend, Lil Ghetto Boy

In the past couple years, Fiend has reemerged in hip-hop as the wise elder statesman of Curren$y’s Jet Life imprint. While Curren$y’s career is a long, storied one like his labelmate's, Spitta has been able to peak during the Internet era, whereas it’s probably safe to assume International Jones won’t again reach the commercial success he found in 1998 with the damn-near classic There’s One In Every Family...

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Album Review: Papoose, The Nacirema Dream

There was a time when Papoose looked like the heir apparent to New York’s hip-hop throne. Over the course of a dozen or so street mixtapes, the Brooklyn-bred MC generated a huge buzz which led to his infamous $1...

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Mixtape Review: Gucci Mane, Trap Back 2

Most Gucci fans have come to accept that at this stage in his career, the masterpieces are few and far between. The guy from 2009 may not be coming back, but given his rate of productivity, Gucci still has moments of greatness, whether it be in the form of full length releases or individual tracks...

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