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Xzibit, B Real, & Demrick - Serial Killers Vol. 1 (Mixtape Review)
Xzibit, B Real & Demrick don't break the mold with their new super group, but "Serial Killers Vol. 1" is pure unadulterated, hardcore Hip Hop.
Action Bronson & Party Supplies - Blue Chips 2 (Mixtape Review)
"Blue Chips 2" is a deranged stoner narrative, with a protagonist that's equal parts Hunter S. Thompson and Austin Powers.
MellowHigh - MellowHigh
Domo Genesis, Left Brain and Hodgy Beats provide little in the way of anything interesting for the sober-minded on "MellowHigh."
Eminem - Marshall Mathers LP 2
The production and detrimental hyper-lyricism showcase Eminem's worst habits throughout the album, but there is plenty of good on "The Marshall Mathers LP 2."
Quelle Chris - Ghost At The Finish Line
With "Ghost At The Finish Line," Quelle Chris aims to grow past the layman comforts of playing the people's champion.
Blu & Nottz - Gods In The Spirit
"Gods In The Spirit" is a run-through. It's enjoyable to varying degrees, but Nottz and Blu fail in establishing any substantial overarching themes.
DJ Khaled - Suffering From Success
Repetitive material and poorly executed pairings mar some of DJ Khaled's best moments on "Suffering From Success," giving it little utility outside the club.
Jean Grae - Gotham Down: Cycle 1: Love In Infinity (Lo-Fi)
Ca$his - The County Hound 2
"The County Hound 2" serves as a welcome return for loyal Ca$his fans. Moments of introspection and a versatile delivery should appeal to new and old listeners.
Devin the Dude - One For The Road
"One For The Road" finds Devin the Dude in the familiar position of having a lit joint in his hand, but he also hits and misses with a change in subject matter.
Dom Kennedy - Get Home Safely
Style reigns over substance on much of "Get Home Safely," but Dom Kennedy's effortlessness and hyper-locality throw things back to old West Coast Hip Hop.
Boldy James & Alchemist - My 1st Chemistry Set
Even when transitioning from understated brags to self-conscious street worries, Boldy James is consistent throughout "My 1st Chemistry Set."
Nipsey Hussle & DJ Drama - Crenshaw (Mixtape Review)
While not without flaws, at its high points (of which there are many) Nipsey Hussle's "Crenshaw" is on par with or above a lot of artists' retail albums.
Black Milk - No Poison No Paradise
An overwhelming maturity and nostalgic flexibility make "No Poison No Paradise" Black Milk's best album, and one of the year's best in Hip Hop so far.
The Internet - Feel Good
"Feel Good" is an upgrade from the group's debut album, "Purple Naked Ladies" across the board, resulting in an album that needs to be heard.
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