Hip Hop Albums & Mixtapes

Big Sean & Metro Boomin ‘Double Or Nothing’ 1 Listen Album Review

By Yoh | Posted December 8, 2017
What happened to all of Big Sean's style, before he leaned so hard on double time flows and lackluster double entendres?

Miguel ‘War & Leisure’ 1 Listen Album Review

By Yoh | Posted November 30, 2017
I’m not always keen on Miguel's production choices, and occasionally let down by his songwriting, but he always delivers an enjoyable listening experience.

T-Pain’s ‘Oblivion’ Picks Up Where He Left Off—For Better & For Worse (Review)

By Yoh | Posted November 17, 2017
With some great moments and some bad moments, 'Oblivion' is a fitting re-introduction.

Talib Kweli’s ‘Radio Silence’ is Much More Than a Return to Form (Review)

By Donna-Claire Chesman | Posted November 16, 2017
'Radio Silence' is the most human record Talib Kweli has released in a long time.

CyHi The Prynce ‘No Dope On Sundays’ is Half-Church, Half-Street, All Punchlines (Review)

By CineMasai | Posted November 14, 2017
'No Dope On Sundays' is a mostly cohesive trip through the streets in CyHi’s head—a trip seven years in the making.

Wiz Khalifa’s ‘Laugh Now, Fly Later’ is a Slick Return to Mixtape Wiz Form

By Yoh | Posted November 10, 2017
Wiz, at this point in his career, is like watching a movie with Samuel L. Jackson.

Offset, 21 Savage & Metro Boomin ‘Without Warning’ 1 Listen Album Review

By Yoh | Posted October 31, 2017
My search for the hip-hop equivalent to Harlem Heat continues.

Ty Dolla Sign’s ‘Beach House 3’ Is a 20-Track Search for a Hit Record

By Yoh | Posted October 27, 2017
‘Beach House 3’ is similar to Drake’s ‘More Life,’ a project full of infectious, yet scattered vibes for the playlist generation.

Big K.R.I.T. ‘4eva Is a Mighty Long Time’ 1 Listen Album Review

By Yoh | Posted October 27, 2017
I’ll save the classic label for years to come, but on this day, the first word that comes to mind is masterpiece.

Snoh Aalegra’s Debut Album ‘FEELS’ Bends Space and Time

By Donna-Claire Chesman | Posted October 20, 2017
A record to live and grow with, one that will continue to surprise you and connect with you from week one to week 52.

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