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Why Cam’ron’s ‘Purple Haze’ Album Is One Of His Best Sounding Albums

Ten years ago yesterday (December 7), Cam’ron released his fourth album, Purple Haze, and looking back on the…

Review: ’10 Summers’ Is More Of The Same From DJ Mustard

Three years ago, the sound of popular rap began its gradual shift towards minimalism with the release of Tyga…

FAQ: Everything Millennials Should Know About Remy Ma

Last week, Remy Ma was released from prison after serving six years on assault charges. While this is…

Review: G-Eazy Finds Himself On ‘These Things Happen’

G-Eazy’s popularity is a great example of how far the music industry has come. Sans radio single, sans famous…

Review: Riff Raff’s ‘Neon Icon’ Is Kinda Sorta Impressive In A Riff Raff Way

Riff Raff. You either love him, hate him, love the fact that you hate him, or hate the fact that you love…

Review: Sam Smith’s Emotional ‘In The Lonely Hour’ LP Is Masterfully Mature

Sam Smith has a tender voice, and while domestic audiences are just now getting familiar with him, his guest…

Review: Ed Sheeran Goes Pop With ‘x’ But Sounds Best Sticking To The Basics

Ed Sheeran is hard not to like. He’s charming and effectual, and his music is cheerful and upbeat. Heartbreak…

Opinion: Has Hot 97’s Summer Jam Fallen Off?

In its 20 years of history, Hot 97’s Summer Jam is one of the few hip-hop events that has always managed to…

Review: Future’s ‘Honest’ Album Puts Style Over Substance

When the world was first introduced to Future—back in 2011, on the Drake-assisted street single turned Pluto