Posts tagged Album Review
Trouble + Mike Will Made It presents an edgier storyline of Atlanta with "Edgewood"

On this crisp, Atlanta-based trap testimony put together by rapper “Trouble” and living-production-legend “Mike WiLL Made-It,” sit all the essentials of a true southern trap album. Edgewood is a subgenre-defining piece of where the Atlanta sound has been centered around.

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Krimelife Ca$$ writes his testimony to stardom with "Otw2theFuneral"

Dark, drugged, and decrepit, Krimelife Ca$$ stumbles around amid eerie production and ambient mixing in this interesting project. Labeled as a “single” the project itself is actually three separate tracks. Elements of each track stay consistent for the most part, however, there are distinguishing shifts in some prevalent elements which contribute to the staccato-like nature of transitions in between.

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Coming Full Circle: How Maxo Kream Won with his album, "Punken"

After three full-length releases, Maxo Kream’s debut album, Punken, cements Kream’s place as one of the most prominent names amongst the Bayou City’s new generation of rappers, if it wasn’t already. The 14-track project is easily Maxo’s most focused, it also happens to be his most personal, often creating this feeling of conflict within himself.

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Rocky Banks prospers with positivity, flexibility, and true artistry on "Big Little Brother"

The hierarchy of Houston rap is given to the ones who set the tone nationwide with hits like "Still Tippin" and "Sittin Sideways", but those days have long passed and the infrastructure of what Houston music has become is completely different than what the Swisha House built over ten years ago. Seeing the likes of Maxo Kream, Trill Sammy, Dice Soho, Rizzoo Rizzoo, and many more take paths of receiving national recognition and signing deals, it's some artists who are on the verge who just haven't received the given credit that they need to go over the threshold. If it's been anyone who has been consistent in their craft and knows their worth of reaching the top is Mo City's own, Rocky Banks. 

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