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Game - OKE: Operation Kill Everything (Mixtape Review)
On "OKE: Operation Kill Everything," Game is comfortable in his own skin, mixing ratchet material with deeply personal songs all while accommodating his guests.
Vic Mensa - INNANETAPE (Mixtape Review)
Vic Mensa embodies the speed and eclecticism of the Internet, and on "INNANETAPE," he browses subject matter without missing a beat.
Pusha T - My Name Is My Name
"My Name Is My Name" displays the skillful lyricism to help Pusha T attain more mainstream recognition, but it often comes up short on the production front.
Danny Brown - Old
On "Old," the most exhausting aspects of Danny Brown's routine manage to convey an occasionally exciting tale of instability.
Skeme - Bare With Me (Mixtape Review)
Despite carrying some filler, the highlights of Skeme's "Bare With Me" should build even more anticipation for his upcoming "Ingleworld" album.
Cam'ron - Ghetto Heaven Vol. 1 (Mixtape Review)
Erratic production and a lack of focus keep "Ghetto Heaven Vol. 1" from being retail-worthy, but Hip Hop is a more enjoyable place when Cam'ron is involved.
Meek Mill - Dreamchasers 3 (Mixtape Review)
"Dreamchasers 3" may not take Meek Mill to new heights, but it will remind listeners of his capabilities and what he's been doing.
Deltron 3030 - Event II
"Event II" is a true spiritual successor to the original Deltron 3030 project, and it's everything fans could have asked for.
Audio Push - Come As You Are (Mixtape Review)
While not flawless, "Come As You Are" is solid and shows that Oktane and Pricetag aren't to be written off as mere dance track rappers.
Justin Timberlake - The 20/20 Experience: 2 of 2
Instead of letting this "experience" marinate, Justin Timberlake made "The 20/20 Experience: 2 of 2" a continuation to an album that didn't need a sequel.
Tanya Morgan - Rubber Souls
"Rubber Souls" is a valiant comeback and solid mission statement. Backed by 6th Sense, Von Pea and Donwill belabor the grind without wallowing in self-pity.
Foreign Exchange - Love In Flying Colors
A series of successful, calculated musical risks push The Foreign Exchange to new heights on "Love In Flying Colors."
Drake - Nothing Was The Same
"Nothing Was The Same" finds Drake showcasing new skills--trimming the unnecessary songs, and focusing on narrative details.
Guilty Simpson & Small Professor - Highway Robbery
Guilty Simpson and Small professor find common ground on "Highway Robbery"--a 10-track album that plays out like crime drama from an old pulp magazine.
Maybach Music Group - Self Made Vol. 3
"Self Made 3" is a good introduction for Rockie Fresh, but lazy features and forgettable production keep the album from living up to the standard set by MMG.
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