Tech N9ne

100-Word Review: Tech N9ne’s ‘Strangeulation’


The Strange Music man's 14th studio album is a mixed bag.

Weed Money

100-Word Review: Daz Dilly’s ‘Weed Money’

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Sounds the same as a bowl of plain rice tastes.

Troy Ave

100-Word Review: Troy Ave’s ‘BSB Vol. 4′


Troy Ave's 'BSB Vol. 4' is the strongest entry yet in the 'BSB' series.

Keep It On The D Lo

100-Word Review: D-Lo’s ‘Keep It On The D-Lo’


Consider this D-Lo's first foray into the underground Hip-Hop world.

Salad Days

100-Word Review: Mac DeMarco’s ‘Salad Days’

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A much deeper album than one would think would come from a man who stuck drumsticks in his butt!

Shut Your Trap

100 Word Review: Murs + Curtiss King’s ‘Shut Your Trap’

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West coast tandem uses trap music as a vessel to mix irreverent satire, humor, and genuine emotion on their six-song EP


100-Word Review: Ray West And O.C.’s ‘Ray’s Cafe’

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One MC, one producer and one solid outing.

pusha t

100-Word Review: Kid Ink’s ‘My Own Lane’

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Never one to reinvent the wheel, Kid Ink talks about plenty of familiar subject matter in <em>My Own Lane</em>.

Sean Price

100-Word Review: Sean Price & M-Phazes’ ‘Land Of The Crooks’

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A capsule review of the new EP from Sean Price and M-Phazes.

Smif N Wessun

100-Word Review: Smif-N-Wessun’s ‘Born And Raised’

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A quick look at the Brownsville, Brooklyn, duo's foray into reggae.

Rocky Rivera

100-Word Review: Rocky Rivera’s ‘Gangster of Love’

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Getting to know the Bay Area emcee through her latest album.

Strong Arm Steady

100 Word Review: Krondon’s ‘Everything’s Nothing’


A capsule review of the Strong Arm Steady member's latest solo effort.


100 Word Review: Hopsin’s ‘Knock Madness’


Fairly or not, <a href="">Hopsin</a> has been pigeonholed in some corners as a kind of YouTube warrior, the type that champions “real Hip-Hop,” and such.


100-Word Review: Swearin’s ‘Surfing Strange’

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Don't sweat it if you haven't heard about Swearin' yet. Not many have.


100-Word Review: Black Milk’s ‘No Poison, No Paradise’

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Black Milk's No Poison, No Paradise excels at being an album with a purpose, as the producer tagged the project with personal struggles common folks go through.

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