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What’s Your Top 3 Hip-Hop Albums Of All Time?.. And Why?

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6:32 pm
April 22, 2009


alex_delarge

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The Eminem Show: Because it's uckin sick…

4,5,6 by Kool G Rap: Because it's uckin sick…

Let Go by Avril Lavigne: Because it's uckin sick…

6:33 pm
April 22, 2009


Rozwell©

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true grit of dp said:

parallelrhymes said:

true grit of dp said:

parallelrhymes said:

and f**k biggie…idk why I feel the urge to say this but for some reason I feel the need to say this…


I also love the Ludacris - Word of Mouf album CLASSIC f**k what you heard


you say f**k biggie but your favorite album “jay-z the black album” has half of biggie's lines all over it. “the rings n things u sing about, bring em out”!


ITS HARD TO YELL WITH THE BARREL IN YOUR MOUTH…hey hey hey…f**k biggie…

I like how people try to say jay-z is biting on biggie all the time but he acknowledges him…biggie is the most overrated rapper of all time…goat with only 2 albums GET THE FUCK OUTTA HEREEEEEEEEEE


he was murdered at 24 years old…& life after death aint gonna be topped by noone.


Classic album for sure… cemented Chris Wallace forever in Hip-Hop… anyone who thinks he's overrated is out of thier mind… 

12:14 am
April 23, 2009


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Post edited 11:15 pm - April 22, 2009 by parallelrhymes


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1:01 am
April 23, 2009


GC Da Don

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Post edited 12:05 am - April 23, 2009 by GC Da Don


1. Big Pun: Capitol Punishment (Best Album Ever, Just Is in my Opinion)

2. Notorious B.I.G: Ready To Die (Life After Death too, it's hard for me to choose between the 2)

3. Foxy Brown: Broken Silence (That's my wife, lol, I gotta put her up there, haha)


Close to my top 3 would be:

The Fugees: The Score

2Pac: All Eyes On Me/The 7 Day Theory/Me Against The World

Cam'ron: Purple Haze

Mobb Deep: The Infamous

Ol' Dirty Bastard: Return to the 36 Chambers

Shyne: Shyne/Godfather Burried Alive

Nas: Illmatic/God's Son/It Was Written

Jay-Z: Reasonable Doubt/The Blueprint 1/The Black Album

DMX: It's Dark and Hell Is Hot

Big L: Lifestyles Ov Da Poor & Dangerous

Wu-Tang Clan: Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)

Ja Rule: Venni Vetti Vecci

Tech N9ne: Anghellic/Absolute Power

KRS-One: A Retrospective

Eminem: The Marshall Mathers LP

FREE REMY MA / R.I.P. Ryan “Woodie” Wood

2:03 am
April 23, 2009


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1. Jedi Mind Tricks - Violent By Design. (2000)

Had to be the dopest album produced from the underground. Best album for Stoupes beats in my opinion aswell. Back when Jus Allah was the f**kin MAN and before Pazienza changed his style.

2. Onyx - Shut em' Down. (1998)

One of the best/and MOST slept on 'Boom Bap' albums in existance. From collaberations with X-1, DMX, Big Pun, Raekwon, and Method Man. And who here can't say Conspiracy is the NUMBER 1 street song you've ever heard. “THE STREETS IS TRYNA KILL ME, MY BEST FRIEND, COULD BE MY WORST ENEMY, THIS GAME IS DEADLY, THIS GHETTO MIGHT MURDER ME, OR LOCK ME UP, 25 TO LIFE THROW THE KEY.”

3. Haystak - Potrait of a Whiteboy. (2004)

One of those most serious 'white' albums. If you're white and from parts where I'm from, you are HUGE Haystak fan. He brought an influence to all 'Whiteboys' out there in this Hip-Hop (Street Era), gave us a voice in the South. With great production from Street Flava Productions, this album was an instant classic. Bringing a message all the way through from intro to outrance.

2:42 pm
April 23, 2009


Rozwell©

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p.I.k.k. said:

1. Jedi Mind Tricks - Violent By Design. (2000)

Had to be the dopest album produced from the underground. Best album for Stoupes beats in my opinion aswell. Back when Jus Allah was the f**kin MAN and before Pazienza changed his style.

2. Onyx - Shut em' Down. (1998)

One of the best/and MOST slept on 'Boom Bap' albums in existance. From collaberations with X-1, DMX, Big Pun, Raekwon, and Method Man. And who here can't say Conspiracy is the NUMBER 1 street song you've ever heard. “THE STREETS IS TRYNA KILL ME, MY BEST FRIEND, COULD BE MY WORST ENEMY, THIS GAME IS DEADLY, THIS GHETTO MIGHT MURDER ME, OR LOCK ME UP, 25 TO LIFE THROW THE KEY.”

3. Haystak - Potrait of a Whiteboy. (2004)

One of those most serious 'white' albums. If you're white and from parts where I'm from, you are HUGE Haystak fan. He brought an influence to all 'Whiteboys' out there in this Hip-Hop (Street Era), gave us a voice in the South. With great production from Street Flava Productions, this album was an instant classic. Bringing a message all the way through from intro to outrance.


Violent By Design is up there on my list for sure… Jus Allah was ill on that s**t… Shit even Vinnie, came hard with spots from Virtuoso and one of my favorites Chief Kamachi… This album gets played on the regular at my house…

2:17 am
April 24, 2009


alex_delarge

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Thats whats up Roz