"Despite being a noteworthy moment, this isn't music that will truly stick to your ribs."
What happened to all of Big Sean's style, before he leaned so hard on double time flows and lackluster double entendres?
My search for the hip-hop equivalent to Harlem Heat continues.
I’ll save the classic label for years to come, but on this day, the first word that comes to mind is masterpiece.
Future and Thug’s 'SUPER SLIMEY' isn’t very super, but it is an event.
I enjoyed that much more than expected.
Vic Mensa has a lot to say on 'The Autobiography' and he says it with vigor, passion and unfiltered rawness.
It’s not that French is predictable, it's that he only has a few tricks that are impressive.
Tyler is hip-hop's Peter Pan, and 'Flower Boy' is his brightest, most mature and magical album to date.
This is kick-your-feet-up-and-sip music.
In the same vein of 'Yeezus,' 'Big Fish Theory' finds Vince challenging the very idea of what a rapper can create.
If you’re not a Young Thug fan, you won’t like 'Beautiful Thugger Girls,' but then I’m not sure why you’re reading this review.