Want fake gangsterism in your hip-hop? Sorry, Charlie. This emcee duo keeps it real honest.
The artful psych/pop group is great at writing haunting yet still-sunny pop songs that hide the occasionally apocalyptic viewpoint beneath their sprawl.
The much-anticipated sophomore from Diplo’s dancehall project is a little flat, the sixth from the Portland power-punk lite trio doesn’t have the same anger, and Ghostface is in top form, with sick production.
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