Tag Archives: Album Review

Album Review: Pharoahe Monch – W.A.R. (We Are Renegades)

Posted via iHipHop.com Pharoahe Monch may never get the respect he deserves.  While he’s been crowned a king of the underground for his one-of-a-kind flow, most casual fans will only remember him for urging, “ladies, rub on your titties.”  With … Continue reading

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Album Reviews: Reks – Rhythmatic Eternal King Supreme

Posted via iHipHop.com “The industry we now know don’t got room for creativity,” asserts Reks as closes the third track from his fifth album.  In a time where many artists yearn for crossover success, Reks remains true to his craft, … Continue reading

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Album Review: Curren$y – Pilot Talk 2

Posted via iHipHop.com In music, success can come and go in the blink of an eye.  Curren$y realizes this and is quick to capitalize on every endeavor.  Wasting no time, The JETS Int’l member followed his July release, Pilot Talk, … Continue reading

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Album Review: Gangrene (The Alchemist + Oh No) – Gutter Water

Posted via iHipHop.com On the heels of releasing his sophomore album, The Alchemist unveiled an absurdly entertaining video to accompany its closing track.  The low budget aesthetics of “Under Siege” captured the imaginations of grassroots Hip Hop heads, not just … Continue reading

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Album Review: Lloyd Banks – The Hunger For More 2

Posted via iHipHop.com When Lloyd Banks dropped his debut in 2004, his status in the game was astounding.  Riding the wave of 50 Cent’s success, The Hunger For More debuted at number one on the Billboard charts.  Banks proceeded to … Continue reading

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Album Review: Kanye West – My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy

Posted via iHipHop.com When you’re dealing with Kanye West, you never know what to expect.  Yes, he consistently makes quality music, but much like his label mate, KiD CuDi, his actions are frequently controversial, if not questionable, and often overshadow … Continue reading

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Album Review: tabi Bonney – Fresh

Posted via iHipHop.com There’s a lot to be said for tabi Bonney’s grind. Without a deal, promotion, or a publicist, his video for 2006’s “The Pocket” hit every US music television outlet. In fact, he is one of the only … Continue reading

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Album Review: KiD CuDi – Man On The Moon II: The Legend Of Mr. Rager

Posted via iHipHop.com The progression of Scott Mescudi’s artistry is lined with controversy and misconstrued notions of his personal life.  After a brush with fame and critical praise for his 2009 debut, Man On The Moon, KiD CuDi became the … Continue reading

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Album Review: Celph Titled & Buckwild – Nineteen Ninety Now

Posted via iHipHop.com On the verge of releasing Nineteen Ninety Now, Celph Titled ravaged a group of classic Buckwild instrumentals on the track “Buck’s Four Course Meal.”  Sounding as natural as the original artists over beats such as “Put It … Continue reading

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Album Review: 1982 (Statik Selektah + Termanology) – 1982

Posted via iHipHop.com “Seeing that we grew up off that Gang Starr, Pete Rock and CL Smooth, Kool G Rap and Polo, I think Hip Hop needs a new duo” exclaims Statik Selektah as listeners embark on a journey into … Continue reading

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