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K-Os - Atlantis: Hymns For Disco Album Review
Written by Ifè Oshun   

hip-hop reviews Is it possible that a groundbreaking artist can continue to break new ground with each album? If so, does that still mean s/he is "groundbreaking"? After all can't you only break ground once?

Stones Throw: Ten Years (Bonus CD) - Album Review
Written by Michelle Cavanaugh   

hip-hop reviews Signing some of the most intricate musical masterminds, Stones Throw Records has become synonymous with the innovative hip-hop movement. Celebrating their tenth anniversary, STR releases the double-disc Stones Throw: Ten Years.

Young Jeezy - The Inspiration Album Review
Written by Donna Prima   

hip-hop reviews Continuing with his gothic street preacher theme, Young Jeezy takes The Inspiration back to the street corner, slanging half-baked lyrics over monstrous beats peppered with equally monstrous delivery.

Nas - Hip-hop Is Dead Album Review
Written by West Brown   

hip-hop reviews More a wake up call then a cry for 911, Hip-hop Is Dead finds Nas firmly entrenched in the role of elder statesman of hip-hop as he implores fans, artists and wannabe rap stars to remember what hip-hop culture is.

Bow Wow - The Price Of Fame Album Review
Written by Shonuf   

hip-hop reviews Barely-adult pop-rapper Bow Wow desperately wants to deal with adult subject matter, but for some reason his latest set The Price Of Fame, falls between the buttcrack of juvenile and mature.

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