Recent Reviews

Mar 23, 2019
74
Steel & Copper is an EP that proves that 4 tracks is all you need to take a musical journey. The opening track "34" is a beat that is very similar to the trap music of today. There isn't anything relatively remarkable about the opening track, but within the first second of the 2nd track, it is evident we are listening to something very special. DJDS uses a descending half-step piano bass line to start the track, and incorporates brilliantly sampled and chopped up soul vocals ... read more
Mar 23, 2019
47
This 4 track EP is an okay project from DDG, but ultimately the tracks aren't noteworthy in any particular way. "Hold Up" is the most captivating track, a steady R&B track that is powered throughout by a neat electric-pizzicato sounding run. The song is also notable because Queen Najia does a stellar job on the track, her vocals are stunning and match the sound of the record perfectly. But aside from this track, the rest of the short project is very average. "Lil Baby" ... read more
Mar 22, 2019
37
The World is Yours 2 is a far from stellar album and really undersells Rich The Kid. There are some quality tracks and good moments on the album, but unfortunately, they all come courtesy of features throughout the album. Rich The Kid is just simply outshone throughout the project. Miguel and Ty Dolls $ign do a great job of bringing a Neo-soul vibe to the song "Woah", and Tory Lanez' melodic delivery on "Tic Toc" is super catchy. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie provides a solid ... read more
Mar 21, 2019
72
Two For One is a really solid EP. Over the course of 5 songs, Swoope dedicates the work to his significant other and raps about love, life and monogamy. There's something really refreshing about the project, the content is super pure and very heartfelt. The production is very impressive, songs like "I See You" and "MVP (feat. Jaylon Ashaun)" feature beats that are more traditional in hip-hop, with trap hi-hats and a strong bass line. "No More" is a very impressive ... read more
Mar 20, 2019
66
Baby On Baby is an energetic mixtape and a great collection of what makes DaBaby one of the most promising artists in trap. This album definitely suffers from some obvious negatives; some of the beats are super similar and none of the tracks necessarily advance the trap genre in any way. But DaBaby’s delivery is unique and captivating and keeps the listener’s attention through all 13-tracks. The opening “Taking It Out” does a great job of catching the attention of the ... read more
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