Scott Glaysher

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Scott Glaysher is a hip-hop writer living in Toronto. Follow him on Twitter @ScottyGlaysh

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Is "Hush Up The Silence" Drake & Wizkid's Second Dance?

Looking at Drake and Wizkid's latest collaboration through the lens of their 2016 mega-hit "One Dance."

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Review: Quentin Miller Gets His Frake On With Uninspired “Gunmetal Grey”

A release so mediocre, it’s impossible to look past the ghostwriting allegations that continue to haunt his name.

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Review: CJ Fly’s "Flytrap" Is A Taste Of Savage Boom Bap Evolved

CJ Fly is ruthless with the rhymes but still remains Pro Era’s #2.

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Review: Lil Durk Still Isn’t a Lyrical Miracle But Steadily Improves On "They Forgot"

The project won't change your mind naysayers who think Drillnois Durk is dull but still leaves an impression with a few quotables.

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Review: G Herbo Pauses Drill Time On His "Strictly 4 My Fans" Mixtape

The artist formerly known as Lil Herb buys himself some time before the release of his debut LP with a more sophisticated side to his Chicago drill time spitter.

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Review: The Weeknd’s “Starboy” Misses Admirably On Its Pop Godhood Intent

Abel keeps his edge and ambition amid the obvious commercial aspirations but doesn't walk away with any flat-out classics.

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Review: Master P's "Louisiana Hot Sauce" Is Both Potent & Flavorful

The Colonel's latest mixtape is definitely hotter than Tabasco but won’t necessarily make your eyes water.

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Review: Belly Halfway Holds His Own On "InZombia"

With help from a few notable featured guests, some Xannies and Percs, Belly tries to describe his “vibe.”

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Review: Joe Budden Crafts The Album His Career Deserves With “Rage & The Machine”

Rap has been a love/hate affair for Jump Off Joe Beezy as of late. And thanks to a little help from AraabMUZIK, he is finally is starting to take it all in stride.

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Review: Lil Keke Turns Into A Geriatric Gangster On "ABA IV"

A 45-minute showing of the Houston heavyweight just going through the motions. Even the beats aren't worth mentioning.

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Locksmith's Backpack A Little Too Heavy On "The Lock Sessions"

In the constant battle between mumble and lyrical, Locksmith finds himself on the side with the bars and swatting away everyone who disagrees.

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Audio Push Make Inland Empire Proud With Debut "90951"

A harmonious mix of peace, positivity and pretty slick rhymes on the Cali duo's overdue debut

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Kid Ink - Rocketshipshawty 2 Review

Even by allegedly taking it “back to the basics” with a mixtape, Kid Ink can’t help but make the same hit seeking music over and over.

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Travis Scott - Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight Review

La Flame’s sophomore project goes off without a hitch and proves to be one of the best trap soundscapes this year.

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Tory Lanez - I Told You Review

Let us know when the version without the skits drops. Fourteen breaks on an album is just inexcusable.

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PARTYNEXTDOOR - P3 Review

The OVO recluse delivers his most heavy-hearted collection of R&B cuts on the third installment of his self-titled series.

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DJ Khaled - Major Key Review

Just like Khaled’s infamous Snapchats, this album is only exciting for a few short intervals.

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Roy Woods - Waking At Dawn Review

The man Drake claims is “outta here like NASA” manages to get his official debut off the ground with minimal turbulence.

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