Scott Glaysher

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Scott Glaysher is a hip-hop writer living in Toronto. Follow him on Twitter @ScottyGlaysh

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Review: Roy Woods’ "Say Less" Is An Uninterrupted Rap&B Deep Dive

Another rainy-day soundtrack coming straight out of the OVO Sound camp.

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Review: Rexx Life Raj's "Father Figure 2: Flourish” Is Bars, Ballads & Breeziness

Simply put, "Father Figure 2: Flourish" is a great album made by an artist that is just getting started.

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Review: "Catch These Vibes" Pushes PnB Rock From The Confines Of His Comfort Zone

The vibes are caught ... with A LOT of help from his friends.

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Review: Future & Young Thug’s “Super Slimey” Is Super Average

A surprise collaboration between the two established hitmakers is exciting — the result, less so.

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Review: A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie Succeeds When Playing To His Strengths On "The Bigger Artist"

The Bronx rapper's debut album sticks with what works.

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Review: G Herbo Shows Maturity & Musical Progression On "Humble Beast"

The Chicago rapper's growth is evident on his debut album.

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Review: The Perceptionists Reunite For Fundamentally Woke "Resolution" Album

Akrobatik and Mr. Lif reunite for a critical cause.

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From The Archives: When Kanye West's "Graduation" Made Him A Pop Music Behemoth

Man, why can’t albums always be this breezy?

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Review: A$AP Mob Reaches Synchronicity On Cluttered "Cozy Tapes Vol. 2: Too Cozy"

When left to their own devices, the Mob is often greater than the sum of their parts.

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Review: NAV & Metro Boomin’s “Perfect Timing” Boasts Beats — But Certainly Not Bars

Apparently Young Metro trusts Nav … even if we might not.

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Review: Tyga's "Bitch I’m The Shit 2" Not The Lifeline He Needed

The Last King attempts to make a first impression.

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Review: Z-Ro Delivers Emblematic Farewell On “No Love Boulevard” Finale Album

Your favorite Houston rapper’s favorite rapper calls it quits. At least, for now.

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Review: Buddy & Kaytranada's “Ocean & Montana” Sounds Unerringly Like Summer

Five hot songs to get you through four even hotter months.

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What Will Be This Year's Best Summer Rap Tour?

The DAMN. Tour? 4 Your Eyez Only Tour? The Nobody Safe Tour? Let's break it down...

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Review: 7L, Esoteric & Inspectah Deck Reunite As Czarface For Dramatic Yet Wordless “First Weapon Drawn”

The beats are banging but without lyrics, it can be hard to cling dear.

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7 Celebrities We'd Actually Want To See In A Rap Battle

With the celebrity rap battle show "Drop The Mic" coming soon, DX looks at a few stars who could probably hold their own in a lyrical showdown.

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Review: Drake’s "More Life" Playlist Basically Makes The Skip Button Useless

More reggae, more grime, more trap, and more sad boy make “More Life” sound like a gathering of the rap game’s United Nations, which makes Drake the Attorney-General.

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