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Posted 6/14/16 , edited 6/14/16
What are your favourite Hip Hop albums of all time.
↓ This basicaly sums it up for me.
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Posted 6/14/16
Rza as Bobby Digital - Digital Bullet
Cypress Hill - Black Sunday
The D.O.C. - No One Can Do It Better
Outkast - ATLiens
Redman - Doc's Da Name 2000
Wu Tang Clan - Wu Tang Forever
Nas - It Was Written
The Roots - Do You Want More?!!!??!
La The Darkman - Heist Of The Century
k-os - Exit
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i spy an Arctic Monkeys album. that's not hip hop...


i got my eye on you, OP
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Jay Z - Reasonable Doubt

Nas - Illmatic

Wu tang clan - 36 chambers

Big Punisher - Capital Punishment

Mobb Deep - The Infamous
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black star - mos def and talib kweli
reflection eternal - talib kweli
illmatic - nas
control system - ab-soul
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Posted 6/15/16

highplaces wrote:

i spy an Arctic Monkeys album. that's not hip hop...


i got my eye on you, OP


Lmao, it's just my top 100 most listened albums on Last.FM. Which happens to be almost all Hip Hop. If you look closely there are 2 Arctic Monkeys albums and Miles Davis - Kind of Blue.
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TheZoldyckAssassin wrote:

Lmao, it's just my top 100 most listened albums on Last.FM. Which happens to be almost all Hip Hop. If you look closely there are 2 Arctic Monkeys albums and Miles Davis - Kind of Blue.


how did u do that? is there a website for it or something

do mine, pretty please. my lastfm
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Posted 6/16/16

highplaces wrote:
how did u do that? is there a website for it or something

do mine, pretty please. my lastfm


Here's your top hundred. (Btw it only shows albums that have images on last.fm).

I use: http://lastfm.paddez.com/
Then I resized the image with: http://picresize.com/
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Posted 6/20/16 , edited 6/22/16
Ok i will try to not get too carried away;
Snoop doggy style
Dre the chronic
Dre chronic 2001
Dj Quik ballance and options
Snoop tha dogg fatha
Snoop tha last meal
Snoop no limit top dogg
Tha eastsidaz (self titled)
Warren g regulate g funk era
lil half dead steel on a mission
Coolio it takes a theif
Xzibit the wrestless lp
Xzibit Napalm
Kurupt kuruption
Kurupt the streets iz a mutha
Daz retaliation revenge and get back
Daz this is the life i lead
Daz dpgc you know what iam throwin up
Tha dogg pound dogg food
DPG (tha dogg pound) dillinger and young gotti
DPG dillinger and young gotti 2
RBX no mercy no remorse/the x factor
Nas illmatic
Nas iam
Nas hip hop is dead
Nas life is good
Nas it was written
Wu tang enter the 36 chambers
ol dirty bastard return to the 36 chambers
ol dirty bastard nigga please
N.W.A straight outta compton
N.W.A niggaz4life
Easy E its on (dr dre) killa
Ice cube leathal injection
Cypress hill black sunday
Bone thugs n harmony e1999 eternal
Krayzie Bone thug mentality
The luniz operation stackola
c style presents 19th street LBC compilation
c style presents straight outta cali
Murder was the case OST
Gridlocked OST
gang related OST
2Pac all eys on me
2Pac me against the world
Nine cloud nine
Nine nine lives
Onyx bacdafucup
Raekwon the chef only built for cuban lynx
Big pun capital punishment
Above the rim OST
Wille d play wid cha mamma
The grave diggaz 6 feet deep
Del both sides of the brain
Method man tical 2 judgemet day
The Gza liquid swords
killah army silent weapons for silent wars
Eminem the slim hady lp
Eminem the marshal matters lp
Eminem relapse
Eminem MMLP2
d-12 devils night
Dj pooh bad news travels fast
Jeru tha damaja wrath of the math
The fugees the score

Honorable mentions go out to E-40, Richie rich, Killah priest, the pharcyde, hieroglyphics, Ice-T, Raskass, Chino xl, O.C, Channel live, Redman, sunz of man, Naughty by nature, Show and ag, the beatnuts, Boot camp, etc
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Cage - Kill the Architect
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Remembered some more;
Warren G i want it all
Daz and J.T the bigga figga Game 4 sale
Yukmouth the albulation
Onyx shut em down
Busta Rhymes The coming
Busta Rhymes when disater strikes
Tha Dogg Pound that was then this is now
213 the hard way
C-bo one life to live
C-bo til my casket drops
C-bo enemy of the state
Yukmouth and dj Fresh The tonight show
Capone and Noreaga The war report
Deltron 3030
Iam bout it OST
Westcosat bad boys compilation
Tha Outlawz Ride wid us or collide wid us
Thug life vol 1
Slaughterhouse Our house
Cell block vol 1
The lawhouse experience

Dre's Compton album has grown on me quite a bit also.


Honorable mention to Brotha Lynch hung,. Spice-1 , Mc Eiht, Brand nubian, Goodie Mob, etc
Mobb Deeps infamous was very dope but wasn't really a personal favourite. Same with Biggies ready to die and Jay Z's reasonable doubt.


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Posted 6/22/16

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*Super long list of a lot of albums that most I've never heard of thus making me question how much a Hip Hop Head I am*

Lmao of what you've listed I've only listened to:
Snoop Dogg - Doggy Style
Dr Dre - 2001
Nas - Illmatic
Nas - I Am
Nas - It Was Written
Wu-Tang Clan - Enter The Wu-Tang 36 Chambers
'Ol Dirty Bastard - Return To The 36 Chambers
2Pac - All Eyez On Me
2Pac - Me Against The World
Raekwon - Only Built For Cuban Linx
Big Pun - Capital Punishment
GZA - Liquid Swords
Jeru Tha Damaja - Wrath Of The Math
The Fugees - The Score

If you want a full list of every Album/Mixtape/EP that I've ever completed:
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Posted 6/22/16

TheZoldyckAssassin wrote:


MrAnimeSK wrote:
*Super long list of a lot of albums that most I've never heard of thus making me question how much a Hip Hop Head I am*

Lmao of what you've listed I've only listened to:
Snoop Dogg - Doggy Style
Dr Dre - 2001
Nas - Illmatic
Nas - I Am
Nas - It Was Written
Wu-Tang Clan - Enter The Wu-Tang 36 Chambers
'Ol Dirty Bastard - Return To The 36 Chambers
2Pac - All Eyez On Me
2Pac - Me Against The World
Raekwon - Only Built For Cuban Linx
Big Pun - Capital Punishment
GZA - Liquid Swords
Jeru Tha Damaja - Wrath Of The Math
The Fugees - The Score

If you want a full list of every Album/Mixtape/EP that I've ever completed:



Ha ha well i see that you're only 15. i am 35 so i have 20 years on you. Plus you're growing up now in an era where hip hop is pretty dead where as i grew up in the golden era.
The 80's and the 90's (90's being the peak).
I was lucky enough to be growing up as all the old school albums that you listed in your complete list were coming out.

I give you props for listening to so much old school shit though. Especially stuff like pete rock and de la soul, digable planets, guru, kool g rap, Public enemy, the pharcyde, A tribe called qwest, jungle brothers, etc.

I was lucky enough to have friends with older brothers or friends with older sisters who had boyfriends that exposed and introduced me to alot of hip hop.
I grew up listening to mostly ice-T and stuff like N.W.A as well as some ghetto boys, public enemy, run dmc, naughty by nature, coolio, cypress hill, 2 live crew, arrested development, etc.
Used to stay up late and see public enemy and de la soul and etc music videos on tv. It was the only way to ever see rap videos back then lol. (no you tube and rap was still pretty underground).
It was Dre n Snoop that got me REALLY into hip hop.

It was cool because back in the day i always had lots of mates that were hip hop heads and we all collected albums and would dub tapes for each other and make mixted tapes.
Then cds came along lol and we still did the same thing.
Some of us really loved mostly westcoast, some were more east coast and one was more south (when the south was good) so we had so much music, so much different hip hop.
We all liked hip hop from wherever but we all had preferences. I noticed most full on hip hop heads were/are more east coast.
But everyone liked Snoop n ice cube n souls of mischeif, Raskass and etc
I own over 1000 hip hop albums admittedly one of my best child hood mates passing away and leaving me his collection contributed quite a bit to that.

You should check out the stuff i posted.

Posted 7/14/16
The Eminem Show - Eminem
Life After Death - Biggie
To Pimp a Butterfly- Kendrick Lamar
Speakerbox/ The Love Below - Outkast
Illmatic- Nas
Doggystyle - Snoop Dogg
The Chronic - Dr. Dre
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Velvet_Crowe wrote:

The Eminem Show - Eminem
Life After Death - Biggie
To Pimp a Butterfly- Kendrick Lamar
Speakerbox/ The Love Below - Outkast
Illmatic- Nas
Doggystyle - Snoop Dogg
The Chronic - Dr. Dre


• Haven't actually listened to any Eminem albums
Life After Death is really dope
To Pimp A Butterfly is one of my favourite albums of all time, period
• Don't get me wrong, Speakerboxx/The Love Below was dope but I wouldn't put it anywhere near top
• I consider Illmatic to be the greatest and quintessential Hip Hop Album
Doggystyle was really dope
• Embarrassingly, I actually haven't listened to The Chronic yet as it's not on Spotify but I will get to it
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