Hello fans, back at it again with another weekly condensed blog due to schedule/work complications. Don’t worry, when I get rich off this rap shit I’ll make sure to give you guys daily detailed content, but for now, I gotta pay the bills. This week we’ll be reviewing 6ix9ine’s DUMMY BOY, Meek Mill’s Championships and Lil Baby’s Street Gossip. […]

Hey guys, long time no read. Apologies for the lack of content over the last week, I’ve been hella busy but as always still bumping the freshest new hip-hop releases on the daily. To make up for it, I’m going to give you guys a condensed 3-in-1 album review for the albums listed in the […]

One of the most prolific hip-hop producers of this generation was gifted control of a major motion picture soundtrack with strong ties to hip-hop culture. Kendrick Lamar curated the Black Panther soundtrack to outstanding effect, and considering Mike Will is on a similar level that Kendrick is in the rap game (albeit behind the scenes), […]

The previously unknown stars of “In My Feelings” have finally got a real buzz going on Twitter. And the streets. I think. I’m not there much so I can’t really speak on that but that’s what I’ve been told. Anyways, this project is the City Girls second project the duo has dropped and also the […]

Something I thought I’d never see again happened on Friday. Dr. Dre released an album from a new artist of his via Aftermath. However, this release didn’t come without a long hiatus for Cheeky Andy. Anderson .Paak started building up a name for himself in 2015, when he was featured heavily on Dr. Dre’s┬áCompton album, […]

This young Detroit spitter can’t stop nor won’t stop consistently dropping heat. This project will be Tee Grizzley’s second this year and third in the past 365 days. It acts as the sequel of his debut mixtape,┬áMy Moment which was released in 2017 less than a year after he was released from prison off the […]

 The most prominent/last man standing (sadly, both literally and figuratively) when it comes to the Chicago drill scene is back with the third installment of the cult classic Signed to the Streets trilogy. Durk released his original Signed to the Streets mixtape in 2013 during the height of the drill wave. After Chief Keef, Lil Reese and Fredo […]