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donSMITH - "Who is donSMITH, VOL II" (Review)

donSMITH – “Who is donSMITH, VOL II” (Review)

Check out this Album Review of 'Who is donSMITH, VOL II' by donSmith East Coast Hip-Hop with an upfront Twist. donSmith is a charismatic artist who...
PrinceNito - Dead Faces

PrinceNito – Dead Faces (Review)

Check out this Review of 'Dead Faces' by Prince Nito “Dead Faces” by Prince Nito is certainly one of the most interesting and forward-thinking hip-hop...
A. G. K. - TDFFT Track 7 (Review)video

A. G. K. – TDFFT Track 7 (Review)

Check out ArtistRack's Review of 'TDFFT Track 7' by A.G.K. A.G.K. is a truly forward-thinking hip-hop artist, and his music is extremely diverse, borrowing from...
J.Roots - Can I Ball (Review)

J.Roots – Can I Ball (Review)

ArtistRack reviews 'Can I Ball' by J.Roots J Roots’ undeniable fashionable swag packs a forceful maximization of rap sequences extracted from the limitless vernacular of assorted...
Darick DDS Spears - Milwaukee (Review)

Darick DDS Spears – Milwaukee (Review)

Darick Dds Spears groups his eccentricity through sentient expressions through the hip hop genre accurately displaying the urban encounters experienced on a systematic basis....
JC The Don - Looking Out (Review)

JC The Don – Looking Out (Review)

JC The Don has just released his newest composition “Looking Out” that effectively exposes a futuristic demeanor of sound tailored with an electronic rap...
Markgliea - Banana Klip Remix (Review)video

Markgliea – Banana Klip Remix (Review)

ArtistRack reviews 'BananKlip Remix' by Markgiela: This cypher-esque rendition pins the nail in the coffin for competing MCs with relentless bars and dynamic flows. The street...
Ghetto Glory Family - Hundred Bands (Review)

Ghetto Glory Family – Hundred Bands (Review)

ArtistRack reviews 'Hundred Bands' by Ghetto Glory Family: The MC’s in The Ghetto Glory Family possess that independent hunger to provide value to the hip hop...
Joe Nance - My Melody Pt.1 (Review)

Joe Nance – My Melody Pt.1 (Review)

ArtistRack review 'My Melody Pt.1' by Joe Nance: Joe Nance has never been the kind of artist whose sound can be easily categorized within a specific...
Cxlvin - 5:02 (Review)

Cxlvin – 5:02 (Review)

Cxlvin's "5:02" moniker isolates itself from external pressures and expectations to develop an acquired taste of musicianship that evokes an undeniably impressive composition. The...

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