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A Piece Of Strange
Review by Tolu Jegede

"With the exceptions of Outkast, Goodie Mob and Scarface, I’m not really a fan of Southern hip-hop..."

 

The Sound Of Revenge
Review by Low Key

"The city of Houston has owned Hip-Hop the past year. From the mainstream success of Paul Wall..."


Disturbing Tha Peace
Review by Plus One

"Let Ludacris have a record label and look what he does - he brings his clique to the forefront of things..."

 

Road To The Riches
Review by Scav

"If you think Purple City, Dipset, or anyone affiliated with their camps gives two Byrd Gang whoop whoops..."

 

Silent Alarm
Review by Pun.

"“Bloc Party” is a pretty great name for a band: dancing and conviction, vaguely political, all of that. The obvious..."


Archetype
Review by Hugo Lunny

"Whenever we're knocked down, we always wish to rise back onto our feet. Some of us have the strength to..."

 

The Beautiful Struggle - Talib Kweli
"“If skills sold, then truth be told, I’d probably be, lyrically, Talib Kweli.” (Jay-Z, “Moment of Clarity”) And so it was stated on that day: Talib Kweli is your favorite rapper’s favorite..."

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