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Eve - Lip Lock
Lip Lock should be classified as a trial and error project that reaches beyond its means.
Logic - Young Sinatra: Welcome To Forever (Mixtape Review)
In a little over three years Logic has gone from a young lyricist with raw potential to a legitimate Rap artist with Welcome To Forever.
Hustle Gang - G.D.O.D. (Mixtape Review)
T.I. wields a strong command over Hip Hop with "G.D.O.D.," shouldering the burden for a team who would otherwise be left to their own devices.
Talib Kweli - Prisoner Of Conscious
While Kweli is still both introspective and current at times, "Prisoner Of Conscious" is ultimately too formulaic to be considered as a superior album.
LL Cool J - Authentic
"Authentic" has the same flaws as LL's other late-career missteps. Too many features and a superficial brand of R&B bog down one of Rap's earliest superstars.
Havoc - 13
Havoc's "13" features some of his best production in years. But the monotony of the subject matter in his rhymes make this album solid but far from classic.
Chance The Rapper - Acid Rap (Mixtape Review)
With "Acid Rap," Chance the Rapper does more than simply entertain; he sparks a conversation that keeps the listener committed from start to finish.
Wyclef Jean - April Showers
Over the course of 33 exhausting tracks, "April Showers" is Wyclef at his most self-important with an unfiltered ambition left to roam free.
R.A. The Rugged Man - Legends Never Die
Legends Never Die isn't perfect, but it showcases R.A. the Rugged Man's undeniable love for Hip Hop and a skill set that's as sharp as ever.
J. Cole - Truly Yours 2 (Mixtape Review)
Casual fans and Cole Stans can package these six songs with the first "Truly Yours" and have something that competes with a lot of albums in the marketplace.
Styles P - Float
With "Float," Styles P shows that he's not afraid to step outside of his gritty, NYC, lyrical gangster boundaries and be a bit more lighthearted.
Rittz - The Life And Times Of Jonny Valiant
Rittz hasn't yet reached his recording pinnacle, but "The Life And Times Of Jonny Valiant" provides a thorough impression of his abilities.
Homeboy Sandman - Kool Herc Fertile Crescent
Fertile Crescent is a dense, well-executed EP that celebrates Hip Hop's original creativity in Homeboy Sandman's own avant-garde fashion.
Snoop Dogg (aka Snoop Lion) - Reincarnated
Snoop's most powerful asset--his voice--is misappropriated throughout "Reincarnated," resulting in an album that is middling at best.
Wiz Khalifa & Curren$y - Live In Concert
Wiz and Curren$y aren't present for most of "Live In Concert," and when they are, it's not their best showing.
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