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The Doppelgangaz - Peace Kehd
With quality production to offset the sometimes repetitive themes in their obscene raps, "Peace Kehd" is another enjoyable listen from The Doppelgangaz.
Verbal Kent - Sound of the Weapon
"Sound of the Weapon," is Verbal Kent's most damning proof that he's devoted notepads to mapping out lyrical obstacles.
Vado - Sinatra (Mixtape)
"Sinatra" isn't so much a mission statement of Vado's recent progress, but rather a reiteration of what initially made the Harlem rapper such an exciting act.
Young Thug & Bloody Jay - Black Portland
Young Thug & Bloody Jay's "Black Portland" is absolutely weird and entirely scatterbrained. It both triumphs and fails as a derivative of its own crazed genius.
Prince Po & Oh No - Animal Serum
With "Animal Serum" Oh No & Prince Po offer a thematically aggressive project without being too one-dimensional.
Exile & Johaz - E&J
Dag Savage's "E&J" finds Exile and Johaz creating honest and traditional Hip Hop that is in touch with today's times.
J. Cole & Dreamville Records - Revenge Of The Dreamers (Mixtape)
With "Revenge of the Dreamer," The J. Cole-led Dreamville quartet complete a picture of a solid vision, but none are yet greater than the sum of their parts.
Isaiah Rashad - Cilvia Demo
Every story and hook on Isaiah Rashad's "Cilvia Demo" connects on a human level. What it lacks in depth is covered by excellent production and raw talent.
Ace Hood - Starvation 3 (Mixtape)
Ace Hood once again falls short in delivering a full-length project that feels substantially impressive.
Mitchy Slick - Call Of Duty: South East Edition (Mixtape)
Mitchy Slick has his moments on "Call of Duty: South East Edition," but featured artists who lack his lyrical ability hold back what is already a brief project.
Ty Dolla $ign - Beach House EP
On "Beach House EP," Ty Dolla $ign triumphantly strikes the same note.
Step Brothers (Evidence & Alchemist) - Lord Steppington
Alchemist & Evidence fill "Lord Steppington" with obscure references, but at its heart the album is a mix of quality, mosaic style production and fun rhymes.
Ray West & OC - Ray's Cafe
Clocking in with a gratifyingly short nine tracks, Ray West and OC's "Ray's Cafe" is added proof that some veteran rappers still belong in the booth.
Kid Ink - My Own Lane
Kid Ink's "My Own Lane" lacks any creative risks, but it bridges his mainstream appeal of 2013 with a new stylistic presence.
DX Review Bits - Mike WiLL Made-It, After the Smoke & Wendel Patrick
Mike WiLL Made-It, After the Smoke and Wendel Patrick highlight the return of DX Review Bits.
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