Dec 27, 2019
yungjizzy -
56
Owl Pharaoh = 50
Days Before Rodeo = 85
Rodeo = 90
BITTSMK = 75
ASTROWORLD = 82

----- REAL REVIEW -------
Travis and his Cactus label mates Don Toliver, Sheck Wes and Chase B completely disappoint on what was supposed to be the introduction to an. exciting new group in hip-hop. While having the project under his name, Travis is literally no where to be seen on this album. His appearances are so far and few between but when he does rap, his verses are of such low standard then what we are used ... read more
Dec 7, 2019
yungjizzy -
70
Since no one is reviewing this, I had too.

JME’s long-awaited fourth studio album has finally arrived and is packed full off indefinably impressive and great grime tracks. Filled with creative bars on the UK drill scene, impeccable production and consistently great features from brother Skepta, Wiley, Giggs and Merky Ace — ’Grime MC’ is definitely a step up from his 2015 record ‘Integrity>’. After waiting for so long, I can't help but be impressed by what ... read more
Jul 5, 2019
yungjizzy -
67
The impressive backstory behind the third instalment of Dreamville’s ‘Revenge of the Dreamers’ series was enough to make me excited for this album. An entire album, with multiple talented artists contributing being recorded in a mere 10 days. This was a first for the hip-hop genre. But the question going into this album was whether it was going to live up to my exceptions, and I can assure you it does. Every artist (except for Smokepurpp) brought their A-game, delivering ... read more
Jun 29, 2019
yungjizzy -
25
Controversial and self-proclaimed ‘King of R&B’, Chris Brown is at an all-time low with ‘Indigo’ — a breathless, bloated and repetitious mix of pop R&B. By far, Indigo’s biggest flaw isn’t the unoriginal music concepts, nor the mind-numbingly boring features but the gigantic track-list. Why 32 tracks? ‘Indigo’ would make for an average 10-track album but expanding it to the length of a feature film is inexcusable. Most tracks even ... read more
May 27, 2019
yungjizzy -
40
Although YG’s newest album is slightly better than his last, “4REAL” still manages to disappoint. If you told me this was the same guy that made “Still Brazy”, I wouldn’t believe you. YG has managed to not only make one of the most formulaic records of 2019, but also manages to consistently make himself seen so uninteresting. However, the Nipsey tribute and deeper tracks are the best ones on “4REAL”. Disappointing, yet again.

Best Tracks:
Hard ... read more
May 20, 2019
yungjizzy -
79
slowthai’s debut album details the stories of his childhood with a stunning soundscape and signature location; Britain. With perfect production and an infectious rap style, The stories, instrumentals and features all deliver on this almost stellar album. However, “Nothing Great” lacks replay value and doesn’t stack up with past releases this year. “Nothing Great...” is slowthai’s crowning achievement so far; a punk hip/hop and grime masterpiece.

Best ... read more
May 19, 2019
yungjizzy -
85
The self-titled debut project from Arizona trio Injury Reserve asserts their dominance in the up-and-coming experimental rap groups. Each member brings their own to each track, making some of 2019’s most rich, endearing and innovative tracks. With razor-sharp experimental production that is crafted and mixed to perfection, to rap verses that annihilate any of today’s mainstream artists; Injury Reserve makes 30 minutes seem like an event. However, some songs lack the emotional impact ... read more
May 17, 2019
yungjizzy -
21
DJ Khaled’s ‘Father of Asahd’ is an overproduced mess, featuring some of hip-hop’s best doing their worst. So basically, it’s another DJ Khaled album. Almost every feature is phoned-in and isn’t delivered with the same passion or energy the artists provide on other albums. Every song also features a sample from a much better track that hasn’t been altered for changed at all. It makes every track lack creativity and seem like nothing more than an easy ... read more
Apr 27, 2019
yungjizzy -
77
This album is one of the most brutally honest records that I’ve heard this year. It's an album where nothing is off limits. It’s often hard for me to listen to because of how much hurt, sadness and love is on these 11 tracks but it's this honesty and emotional recognition that makes this project so unique. Kevin vocally is still as interesting as ever. The production and instrumentals are beautiful, unlike any of the BROCKHAMPTON beats that we are used to. They truly complement ... read more
Apr 26, 2019
yungjizzy -
NR
Denzel’s flow and rapping style on ‘TA13OO’ is the main reason the album is one of the best of the year. The production that the album presents rivals all his past work and the cohesive concept drives audiences to delve deeper into ‘TA13OO’. The only thing that the album lacks is the instrumentals are closely similar to each other and sometimes Denzel raps cringe lines that take the audience out of the experience. Other than that, ‘TA13OO’ is so close ... read more
Apr 26, 2019
yungjizzy -
84
Travis Scott’s third studio album expands upon everything pre established by ‘Rodeo’. The real center points of ‘ASTROWORLD’ isn’t Scott himself, rather the extesnive list of features and fantastic production. Every song has a different feeling while also feeding into the narrative of the forgotten theme park. The features act as support for Travis to truely express himself. Discussing his emotional turmoils with fame and family, this is Travis’s most ... read more
Apr 26, 2019
yungjizzy -
90
Pusha’s lyricsm is unrivaled in his latest Kanye-produced masterpiece. DAYTONA displays raps about political injustice, the rap community, drug-dealing and his notorious Drake diss. The general ‘boom-bap’ type beats across the album only add fierce vengeance against Pusha’s stunning lyrics. The old samples recall back to old Kanye days while also using trap influences that are popular today. DAYTONA may seem small in scope, but going in with an open mind, unleashes a ... read more
Apr 26, 2019
yungjizzy -
60
Drake’s fifth studio album comes after a furious diss track from Pusha-T which featured several nods to Drake’s then unknown child. However on Scopion, Drake makes greatness after a beef and brings back the bangers. Even though the lenght is very tiresome, most of the songs are great apart from a handful. Production comes with bad reverb and musical errors that distracted me. This album is enjoyable from front to back but left me wanting more in some errors. I would of enjoyed a ... read more
Apr 26, 2019
yungjizzy -
50
First couple songs were stellar but the album’s experimentation, beats and Rocky’s flow got boring till the end. The remembrance of A$AP Yams is well put together and makes me saddened by his passing. The overall story is also constructed well; feeding into a narrative about brotherhood and loss. Amazing — just expecting more

Best Tracks:
A$AP Forever (ft. Moby, T.I & Kid Cudi)
Tony Tone
Fukk Sleep (FKA Twigs)
Praise The Lord (Da Shine) [ft. Skepta]
Buck Shots
Guns N ... read more
Apr 26, 2019
yungjizzy -
90
On KIDS SEE GHOSTS, Kanye West and Kid Cudi forgive each other’s wrong doings after a short beef, to come together and make quality music. Both off these artists have gone through mental issues, suicide and depression; and they come together on KIDS SEE GHOSTS to display a positive outlook and “move forward”. The instruments range from positive samples of 50’s music to deep and melodic trap drums. This is the first album this year that puts the instrumental in front and ... read more
Apr 26, 2019
yungjizzy -
61
Migo’s Offset debuts with ‘FATHER OF 4’; an introspective look his life. Offset delves into past experiences such as his car crash in 2018, his marriage to Cardi B and the birth of his fourth child, Kulture (hence the album title). This album is an amazing effort from someone usually backed with his two other members. Offset’s lyrical content is varied on this album. His experimentation with fast flows are always a delight and hearing it for a full album was beautiful. ... read more
Apr 26, 2019
yungjizzy -
75
Kehlani is back with ‘While We Wait’; a 9-track album ahead of her full-length release this year. Kehlani’s vocals are, once again, beautiful; with her making every track amazing. The production is surprisingly great for a 9-track album and the features serve a purpose for being on there. Really, the true hero of this album are Kehlani’s vocals which seem to be getting better every time she releases something.

Best Tracks:
Footsteps (ft. Musiq Soulchild)
Too ... read more
Apr 26, 2019
yungjizzy -
60
2 Chains’s fifth studio album “Rap Or Go to the Leauge” was a disappointing release that was primarily saved by some great guest features. I’ve always had a sweet spot for 2 Chainz but this album was a disappointing departure from an artist who is usually a fun artist to listen to. 2 Chainz’s failed attempts at switching flows is laughably bad (especially on “Whip”), the parts when he’s off beat are distracting and 2 Chainz’s choruses are ... read more
Apr 26, 2019
yungjizzy -
55
“A Long Red Hot…” is a celebration of all things LA hip-hop, filled with rapid-fire rhymes, vivid set pieces and nostalgic instrumentals. However, I couldn’t help but feel as though this album was missing something. The structure of most songs are mixed. While some songs have weak choruses, others have weak verses where the rappers are practically repeating words for a minute. It’s very hit or miss. Production and surprisingly the features (apart from some) are ... read more
Apr 26, 2019
yungjizzy -
49
YouTube rapper Quadeca has released his album ‘Voice Memos’, one of the best times I’ve had listening to an album this year. Quadeca’s cadence, references and rapping style is on point throughout the record while his singing is almost up to par. Every song sounds immaculate and is performed with so much passion. The features are great but are somehow always overshadowed by Quadeca’s scene-stealing personality. I loved this whole album and hope to hear more from ... read more
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