Search in the website:

Your cart

Your cart is currently empty.

Return to shop

Review / Page 2

16 April 2021

Read more

Conway The Machine – La Maquina | Review

Written by on 16 April 2021

La Maquina is Conway The Machine’s second full-length of the year, following If It Bleeds It Can Be Killed, a collaboration with Big Ghost Ltd. Guests on La Maquina include Conway’s Drumwork signees Jae Skeese and 7xvethegenius, his Griselda labelmates Westside Gunn and Benny the Butcher, as well as 2 Chainz, J.I.D., and Ludacris – the last two appearing on […]

Read More

3 April 2021

Read more

Krum – Black Lung | Review

Written by on 3 April 2021

Black Lung is a serious illness. It occurs from continued underground exposure where dust is inhaled. Over time, continued exposure to dust causes scarring in the lungs, impairing one’s ability to breathe. Considered an occupational illness, it is most common among those working under the Earth’s surface. Harry Krum is a producer/emcee based in Dallas, […]

Read More

26 March 2021

Read more

Armand Hammer – Haram | Review

Written by on 26 March 2021

Armand Hammer is a duo consisting of experimental Hip Hop titans billy woods and ELUCID. billy woods is one of the most consistent artists in contemporary Hip Hop. He has five solo albums on our top 150 Hip Hop albums of the 2010s list – History Will Absolve Me (2012), Dour Candy (2013), Today, I Wrote Nothing (2015), Known Unknowns (2017), and Hiding Places (2019), along with three Armand […]

Read More

4 February 2021

Read more

Dark Time Sunshine – LORE | Review

Written by on 4 February 2021

Seattle-based alternative Hip Hop duo Dark Time Sunshine – rapper Onry Ozzborn and producer Zavala – return after a 9-year hiatus with LORE, their third full-length studio album together. Their last collaborative album Anx ranks on our top 40 Hip Hop albums of 2012 list, and despite such a long time between DTS projects, there’s been no drop-off in […]

Read More

23 January 2021

Read more

th1rt3en – A Magnificent Day For An Exorcism | Review

Written by on 23 January 2021

th1rt3en is a trio led by Pharoahe Monch, with Marcus Machado on guitar, and Daru Jones on drums. A Magnificent Day For An Exorcism is Pharoahe Monch’s first full-length project since his last solo album PTSD: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, released in 2014. Pharoahe Monch has never been very prolific, with no more than seven albums on his name […]

Read More

1 January 2021

Read more

MF Doom – Mm.. Food | Album Review

Written by on 1 January 2021

Firstly, as an introduction, I wanted to express my grief and give some appreciation for MF DOOM, before jumping onto the review of the actual album. MF DOOM was one of the most beloved and important rappers of all time, personally my favorite, and has shaped up my music taste to be what it is […]

Read More

21 December 2020

Read more

KRS-One – Between Da Protests | Review

Written by on 21 December 2020

“Yo, I’m strictly about skills and dope lyrical coastin’ Relying on talent, not marketing and promotion” – “Step Into A World” (1997) KRS-One is one of the Hip Hop GOATs, anybody willing to dispute that claim doesn’t know Hip Hop, it’s as simple as that. A new KRS-One album should be a big event in […]

Read More

18 December 2020

Read more

Eminem – Music To Be Murdered By – Side B | Review

Written by on 18 December 2020

Eminem is one of the GOATS – no discussion about that – who had his peak around the turn of the millennium: The Slim Shady LP (1999), The Marshall Mathers LP (2000), and The Eminem Show (2002) are indisputable classics. Since then, Eminem’s output has been more miss than hit – Relapse (2009), generally underrated, […]

Read More

11 December 2020

Read more

Boldy James – Real Bad Boldy | Review

Written by on 11 December 2020

Real Bad Boldy is Boldy James’s fourth project of the year, and it’s another strong effort. His Griselda debut The Versace Tape was a solid EP, and The Price Of Tea In China (with The Alchemist) and Manger On McNichols (with Sterling Toles) are both top 20 albums of the year. “With Real Bad Boldy, I’m […]

Read More

Load more