Monthly Archives: October 2016

OJ Da Juiceman – Math Class Mixtape Review

OJ Da Juiceman never came up. His 2009 debut album, The Otha Side of the Trap, contained songs culled from his early mixtapes, neither fresh nor exciting but featuring the only proper hit he’s ever had, “Make the Trap Say Aye.” “Aye” has since become OJ’s trademark adlib/sound effect, just as annoying (and distinct) as […]

Jeezy – Trap or Die 3 Review

Though the first two installments in the Trap Or Die series were free mixtapes, Trap Or Die 3 is being marketed as a proper album, the followup to last year’s Church In These Streets and 2014’s Seen It All: The Autobiography (which officially marked the dropping of “Young” from the artist’s name). The initial entry, […]

2 Chainz – Hibachi For Lunch Mixtape Review

2 Chainz is having the kind of run I wanted to see in 2014 following the mid-year release of his milestone FreeBase EP. Atlanta’s golden child of hip-hop was popping up in TV shows and on YouTube serials as well as being featured in Noisey’s notable documentary series about the ATL trap scene. Propelled by […]