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Yo Gotti & CMG - CMG Presents: Chapter One (Mixtape)
Yo Gotti and CMG's "Chapter One" finds Gotti in familiar territory while providing a platform for his burgeoning roster to play to their respective strengths.
Wiz Khalifa - 28 Grams (Mixtape)
Despite his penchant for experimentation, an overabundance of Auto-tune and worn out concepts make Wiz Khalifa's "28 Grams" a lackluster effort.
Slaughterhouse - House Rules (Mixtape)
With "House Rules," the respective members of Slaughterhouse showcase improved songwriting ability and fleshed-out songs as opposed to out-rapping each other.
Kolley - Real Nigga Shit (Mixtape)
Despite grand production, Kolley's "RNS" stumbles because his delivery and his often basic rhymes leave much to be desired.
DJ Jean Maron - True School
DJ Jean Maron's "True School," provides clear highlights, but sonically and lyrically fails to consistently meet the high standard of Rap it advocates.
Blu - Good To Be Home
A nagging audience be damned, "Good To Be Home" is a reminder that Blu is more than one thing at once.
Vanderslice - Everything's Awesome
With a keen choice of featured emcees and a diverse production palette, Vanderslice's "Everything's Awesome" is both supremely enjoyable and well-planned.
eMC - The Turning Point
eMC reintroduce themselves on "The Turning Point" and pick up right where they left off from "The Show."
The Roots - And Then You Shoot Your Cousin
"And Then You Shoot Your Cousin," finds The Roots in the familiar territory of dark performance art. It's depressingly satisfying, efficient and poignant.
Mac Miller - Faces (Mixtape)
With "Faces," Mac Miller continues to show he's in on the joke walking the thin line between performance art and insanity.
Freddie Gibbs & The Worlds Freshest - The Tonite Show
While hindered by its brevity and limited concept, "The Tonite Show" excels with a polished aesthetic and a stark salute to the Golden Age West Coast.
Iamsu - Sincerely Yours
At maximal output, Iamsu! adventurously explores the Bay Area's established terrain with "Sincerely Yours," but it doesn't punch with the ferocity of past work.
Army Of The Pharaohs - In Death Reborn
Army of the Pharaohs' "In Death Reborn" features enough experimentation and raw talent to draw in casual listeners while still catering to a loyal fan base.
Speak - Gnarly Davidson vs. The Marlboro Men
Speak is fully inspired to relay relatable tales of tragedy and triumph on "Gnarly Davidson vs. The Marlboro Men."
2 Chainz - Freebase EP
"Freebase" finds 2 Chainz vacillating between the surface level fun of his previous recordings and the slightly introspective, making for a raucously good time.
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