While the LP is Kream's best work yet, some issues preclude it from reaching magnum opus status.
The mixtape wastes infectious production with lackluster lyricism
Sacramento’s reigning public rap nuisance links up with the buzzing Maybach Music Group rapper to deliver explosive production mixed with semi-worn tough-guy tropes.
Damien Ritter’s collective of Dizzy Wright, Jarren Benton, Audio Push, Demrick, Emilio Rojas, Reezy, DJ Hoppa and Kato brings peace to the land with an inspired album.
The D.I.T.C. rep proves he’s still a worthy beatmaker who can concoct a variety of engaging sounds.
A little too much Rihanna influence but that's also not a bad starting point, either.
Buckle up and don't forget your thinking cap.
The good kind of redundant.
Everyone wears a crown these days but not everyone can spit like this.
For what it's worth, Hump Day is the most taxing time of the week.
Could this be the start of a comeb...eh...we'll just enjoy the mixtape and let 2018 do the talking.
'Tis the season for dope album ratings!
The Midwest duo shows that chemistry can only last so long.
Comfort zones can be so icey! Brrrrr.
Between the two trap masterminds, the possibilities were endless but this project has its limits.
The project evokes a world that is warped, fraught yet alluring. Much like the movie.
The Dallas native’s second project is a drill meets hyphy turn-up tape without the four-page letter.
Time to triple up!
A lukewarm album in the cold season still doesn't make it hot.
Keeping calm and making dope music.