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After releasing a compilation that would forecast the next generation of hitmakers, Young Thug and his label, YSL Records have returned with another batch of young guns set to takeover the industry with a steady roster of star-studded features to assist the crew.
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Gunna’s celestial sound is finally stabilised on his sophomore album, although at the expense of the standouts he typically delivers. Like him or not, Gunna is here to stay. Once … Continue reading Review: ‘WUNNA’
The trap titan is once again in his untouchable element, endorsing the vices of the world without ever taking his foot off the gas. Of all the self-proclaimed kings of … Continue reading Review: ‘High Off Life’
Drake’s throwaway tracks embody the project name they accommodate, where their appeal is obvious but the results are forgettable. Leaks destroy album releases. From the late 90s all the way … Continue reading Review: ‘Dark Lane Demo Tapes’
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