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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.
Spends Quality - Time Peace
"Time Peace" is a solid (if not spectacular) listen that puts a premium on optimism and substance while showcasing the versatility of Mr. Tay & Spends Quality.
Nametag & Nameless - For Namesake
Nametag and Nameless join forces to issue a wake up call that is hard, soulful and thought-provoking with the help of an assorted cast from their town's scene.
N.O.R.E. (aka P.A.P.I.) - Student Of The Game
N.O.R.E. attempts to court new fans and cater to his original CNN base. But filler and poor production create a mixed bag that won't fully satisfy either crowd.
Slaine - The Boston Project
"The Boston Project" is a solid album with versatility that does what Slaine set out to do: represent Boston Hip Hop in a positive light.
Kid Cudi - Indicud
By no means does Kid Cudi completely exemplify his immortal identity with "Indicud," but he certainly makes a compelling case nonetheless.
Ghostface Killah & Adrian Younge - Twelve Reasons To Die
"Twelve Reasons To Die" is a satisfying glimpse into the minds of Younge and Ghostface, and should place somewhere above his most recent releases.
Big K.R.I.T. - King Remembered In Time (Mixtape Review)
With "King Remembered In Time," Big K.R.I.T. takes on the title of his bold namesake and gives a performance that strengthens his core following.
Illogic & Blockhead - Capture The Sun
Illogic and Blockhead offer some of their most inspired work to date, supporting DX's prediction that "Capture The Sun" would be one of 2013's best offerings.
Tyga - Hotel California
The sexual callousness on "Hotel California" wears off quickly, and listeners are left with a release better fit for a Ramada Inn than a Four Seasons.
Tyler, the Creator - Wolf
"Wolf" finds Tyler, the Creator successfully and artfully juggling his following's expectations with his personal growth.
Yelawolf - Trunk Muzik Returns (Mixtape Review)
Yelawolf is a true artist, and he should have room to experiment. But "Trunk Muzik Returns" essentially amounts to a missed opportunity.
Ces Cru - Constant Energy Struggles
Kansas City's Ces Cru spit rapidly for the sport with a hint of friendly competition, making "Constant Energy Struggles" a solid first outing on a bigger stage.
Durag Dynasty - 360 Waves
Despite a few missteps, "360 Waves" offers the two essential elements of quality Hip Hop, entertaining, informative rhymes paired with quality production.
Lil Wayne - I Am Not a Human Being II
On the contrary, "I Am Not a Human Being II" is very human. Wayne is constantly horny, often drugged up and only takes a few moments for self-reflection.
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