Terror Management's often humdrum production and lack of development makes it one of Billy Woods’ least gratifying works. It’s still a cut above many rappers' best, though.
Benny is no doubt a capable rapper and lyricist, but he tends to be overshadowed by the guests on this new EP.
Your Old Droog dates himself more than ever on It Wasn't Even Close, but that continues to be much of his music's charm.
Czarface Meets Ghostface finds everyone besides 7L punching below their weight.
The Cold Vein pulled the sounds of East Coast rap music into the future and opened the floodgates for a new strain of leftfield hip hop.
Meek Mill's celebratory new album ends up being a mixed bag of mostly generic pop rap.
Despite its occasional lyrical missteps and production that's maybe a little too standard for Black Thought, this second Streams of Thought EP is nearly as solid as the first.
Dummy Boy has a handful of highlights, but 6ix9ine barely shows up for many of the tracks, leaving them to be made or broken by the features.