Category: Track by Track Review

Vince Staples – FM! (Album Review)

Vince Staple’s releases have been special thus far. I feel like he’s done a great job of incorporating some very artsy aspects into his music, blending them well with hardcore rap elements that the gangstas he grew up with in Long Beach can f**k with. In his latest […]

Wale – Free Lunch (EP Review)

I hate to say it, but Wale’s window of opportunity is closing fast. A career that I once thought was as promising as any one of your favorite rappers in the game (Drake, Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole included) has now seen its share of doubt. However, if you’ve […]

Russ – Zoo (Album Review)

Russ is the ultimate success story. His ascension to rap relevancy was one of the quietest of all time (To think, he did everything from the engineering to the production of his music by himself), and now that he’s made that ascension, he’s pushing both envelopes and buttons. […]

Lloyd – TRU (Album Review)

I feel like everyone and their mama loves a good comeback story. In Lloyd’s new project titled “TRU,” that’s what America is treated to. On it, the former Murder Inc. crooner gets a chance to talk about the tragedy he’s been through, his motivation to overcome that tragedy, […]