CrasH Talk sounds strangely dated and is a disappointingly safe effort from Q following Blank Face.
Ventura is much more than a set of Oxnard leftovers.
A Long Red Hot Los Angeles Summer Night contains quite a bit of Blu and Oh No's best work to date.
As introspective as ever, Compton rapper Boogie shows plenty of potential and room for creative growth on his debut studio album.
Oxnard has a stronger sense of direction than its predecessor and is a breath of fresh air in the current state of pop rap and neo-soul.
FM!'s fun concept begs for a longer runtime, but even at 22 minutes the project has plenty to offer with its quality beats, flows, hooks, and lyrics.
YG tries to Stay Dangerous by going the generic trap route.
Sorry to run with the obvious music critic quip, but it is pretty hard to hear what's so redeeming about Redemption.