Entries tagged with "Album Reviews"

Maxo Kream’s ‘Punken’ Is Authentic Trap Music at Its Finest

By Yoh | Posted January 15, 2018
Maxo Kream is the real deal, and 'Punken' is the autobiography that will bring you a bit closer to Houston's most promising prospect.

Quavo & Travis Scott ‘Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho’ 1 Listen Album Review

By Yoh | Posted December 21, 2017
"Despite being a noteworthy moment, this isn't music that will truly stick to your ribs."

Eminem ‘Revival’ 1 Listen Album Review

By Matt Wilhite | Posted December 14, 2017
I didn't write this in my review, but 'Revival' is, by far, the worst album of Eminem's career.

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.

Jaden Smith ‘SYRE’ 1 Listen Album Review

By Yoh | Posted November 17, 2017
Jaden's long-awaited debut is an ambitious and thrilling concept album buried under substantial fat.

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.
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