YSL & Young Thug- “Slime Language 2” (Album Review)

Young Thug’s Young Stoner Life collective is back with their second-ever compilation album, Slime Language 2. After months of anticipation and speculation, the record finally dropped yesterday with 23 songs and an absolutely star-studded tracklist, headlined by guest appearances from Kid Cudi, Drake, Travis Scott, Future, and Lil Uzi Vert. With Thugger, Gunna, and the rest of

YBN Nahmir- “VISIONLAND” (Album Review)

Now I know YBN Nahmir has been the laughing stock of the music industry. Even I clowned him for selling a laughable 4,000 units, but in all honestly, VISIONLAND isn’t as bad as you think. I’m not saying the projects good, but I tip my hat to Nahmir for trying to do something slightly special. From his

Rod Wave- “SoulFly” (Album Review)

On March 26th, Rod Wave released his third studio album SoulFly. It sounds just like his second album, Pray 4 Love. That’s the review I really don’t know what else to say.  Rating: 3.0/10

NF- “CLOUDS” (Album Review)

On March 26th, NF released his mixtape CLOUDS, and wow, this record is bad. The Christian rapper always keeps his ideas integral, which I respect, but the execution of the project is so bad it’s unlistenable most of the time. From the pop-inspired hooks to the preliminary style of rapping, the entire tape honestly feels so basic it offers

Guapdad 4000- “1176” (Album Review)

Guapdad 4000 has teamed up with producer !llmind for his newest album, 1176. Through 14 tracks, the Californa rapper puts together a solid but repetitive experience through his melodic vocals and crime-ridden songwriting. Behind the boards, !llmind doesn’t break the mold but holds things down through the versatility in the layering he puts over standard trap drums.

Episode #4 Of The “Fantastic Hip Hop Podcast” Is Out Now!

BROCKHAMPTON’s back! Tyler the Creator or who? Join Mr. Fantastic and Anthony while they talk about “ROADRUNNER”, go through a new installment of or?, and rank some of the best songs of all time.  All proceeds earned from this episode will be donated in DMX’s memorial. RIP X, we will always love you and your


Over the past five years, BROCKHAMPTON has become one of the most renowned groups in all of hip hop. From their acclaimed SATURATION trilogy to their commercially accessible follow-ups, the band has constantly continued to make strides and expand upon their catalog. Yesterday, they released their sixth full-length album, ROADRUNNER: NEW LIGHT, NEW MACHINE. With group leader Kevin

DMX Passes Away At Age 50

On April 9th, 2021, I’ve gotten word that legendary Yonkers MC DMX has passed away after being in the hospital for a week. The 50-year-old was in White Plains Hospital after an overdose that would leave him in a vegetative state. As hip hop fans, it seems we’re losing rappers every day, and for this

Quadeca- “From Me To You” (Album Review)

Quadeca is a 20-year-old rapper from the Bay Area. At the end of March, the YouTube star released his fifth studio album, From Me To You. Trying to break the stigma that YouTubers turned rappers are historically a joke, can Quadeca prove he’s as legit of an artist as anyone else in the industry? Through 18 tracks,

Lil Tjay- “Destined 2 Win” (Album Review)

This weekend, Bronx rapper Lil Tjay dropped his second studio album Destined 2 Win. Leading up to this release, the 19-year-old star has garnered a lot of attention mainly due to the record’s lead single, “Calling My Phone,” peaking at number three on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. With the pressure at an all-time high, can Lil Tjay


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