Album Reviews 2018 – November

2 Chainz Drops “Hot Wings Are A Girl’s Best Friend” Featuring Ty Dolla $ign


2 Chainz delivers a 2-song EP.

2 Chainz pulled up with a quick release for fans before his Rap Or Go To The League project touches down. Opting to keep the teaser as brief as possible, Chainz comes through with the two track EP Hot Wings Are A Girl’s Best Friend. While the College Park representer opts to kill “Hot Wings” solo dolo, he enlists Ty Dolla $ign for the Cardo produced “Girl’s Best Friend.”“These two songs harder than most of the shit I been hearing this year no cap,” 2 Chainz stated. He isn’t lying. With these two hits functioning as just a teaser, we can’t wait to hear what 2 Chainz has in store for his album. Stream Hot Wings Are A Girl’s Best Friend on Spotify and Apple Music.

Mariah Carey Brings Down The House On “Caution”


The veteran adds to er legacy.

Mariah Carey has no reason to let the game go. Sure, she’s had some less than perfect performances over the last few years, but that doesn’t take away from her talent. Carey can still entrance listeners with her vocal strength and addicting pop records, and that’s exactly what she does on her latest project Caution. Caution is Carey’s fifteenth studio album, and it keeps things modest with a ten song tracklist. The album enlists some young talent to help Carey connect with the youth that may be more familiar with a Gunna song than one of her own. She also grabs veterans such as Slick Rick and Timbalandto help her tell stories of love, lust, and life. Stream Caution on Spotify, Apple Music, and Tidal.

Big K.R.I.T. Drops Surprise EP “Thrice X”


K.R.I.T. keeps it brief.

Big K.R.I.T. dropped his third studio album 4eva Is a Mighty Long Time last October, but the King has been relatively quiet since. The lyrical monster has reared his head from the dungeons, and blesses fans with a new surprise EP called Thrice X. The brief project features only three tracks and has no guest appearances.Thrice X begins with the introspective jam “Higher (King Pt. 6),” a continuation of K.R.I.T.’s royal series. “Glorious” finds K.R.I.T. employing a rapid flow over snaps and pops that lure the listener into a comfortable head bop. The EP concludes with “Look What I Got,” which is an honest look at the things that helped K.R.I.T. get to the level he currently resides on. Stream the Thrice EP on Spotify and Apple Music.

Birdman & Jacquees Continue Their Ocean Odyssey On “Lost At Sea 2”


The Sea sequel is here.

Two years after dropping their joint mixtape Lost at Sea,Birdman and Jacquees have returned with the follow-up. Lost at Sea reunites the Cash Money representers, who enlist minimal features on the project. Running for 14-tracks, the project features appearances from Trey Songz, King Issa, FYB, Neno Calvin, and B. Pace.“When we do Lost At Sea, I get to flow different,” Jacquees explained. “People know me for R&B but can hear that rap in there with the R&B on this. Stunna is one of the greatest.  What I love the most is I get to show everybody a different side of my artistry and what I can do.” Birdman added his illustrious co-sign in as well.  “This young man is the future,” he saidLost At Sea is a vibe. It’s that Rich Gang lifestyle. The chemistry we had was right from the moment I met him. So, we did a full album this time, and we got three, four, and five already recorded. He’s my little brother. I do believe he’s going to be on the of the biggest artists in the game. When you listen to this, I want you to know that.”

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