Music Reviews

age 18+
Biggie biopic offers old X-rated hits.
By Various Artists
(2009)
age 15+
Partying 101 rap is dumb but not depraved.
By Asher Roth
(2009)
age 18+
Cerebral but raunchy concept album from skilled rapper.
By Ludacris
(2008)
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age 18+
Smooth raps, mature lyrics, lots of the N-word.
By T.I.
(2008)
age 7+
Tween pop faves become classic Disney royalty.
By Various Artists
(2008)
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age 16+
Mainstream rapper proves he's still hardcore.
By LL Cool J
(2008)
age 14+
Kings of rap rein in the language – a little.
By Jay-Z, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, T.I.
(2008)
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age 18+
Some social commentary; too much sex, violence.
By Young Jeezy
(2008)
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age 18+
Social commentary underneath violence, swearing.
By Ice Cube
(2008)
age 15+
Rapper rewards sexiness with material things.
By T.I.
(2008)
age 9+
Sweet pop harmony from sister duo.
By Savvy and Mandy
(2008)
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age 18+
Oscar winners, but content is not for kids.
By Three 6 Mafia
(2008)
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age 18+
Creative rhyming with sex and swearing.
By Lil Wayne
(2008)
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age 16+
New take on genre is still a bit misogynistic.
By N.E.R.D.
(2008)
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age 8+
More than your typical Disney bubblegum pop band.
By Clique Girlz
(2008)
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age 18+
Club heavy beats don't mask iffy messages.
By Flo Rida
(2008)
age 18+
Hardcore rap combines a little good with the bad.
By Styles P
(2007)
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age 18+
Slim on Shady's multi-syllabic brilliance.
By Eminem
(2006)
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age 16+
Inconsistent "comeback" full of big-name cameos.
By Jay-Z
(2006)
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age 15+
Enchanting, self-revelatory, and explicit.
By Lady Sovereign
(2006)

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