Your favorite rap albums (haters gonna hate) vol.1

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  1. petrus61

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    Dr. Dre - "The Chronic" really like that one.
    Some will smith stuff is good, also NWA.
    I more like early rap.
     
  3. bass12

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    One of the first rap albums I owned was the soundtrack to Wild Style. I still love some of the live cuts from that. Others:

    Ohmega Watts - "The Find"
    Digable Planets - "Blowout Comb"
    Public Enemy - "Fear Of A Black Planet"
    MC Solaar - "Qui Seme Le Vent Recolte Le Tempo"
    Positive Black Soul - "Salaam"
    A Tribe Called Quest - "Midnight Marauders"
    The Pharcyde - "Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyce"
    Black Sheep - "A Wolf In Sheep's Clothing"
     
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    Tribe Called Quest - Low End Theory
    Digable Planets - Rebirth Of Slick
    De La Soul - Stakes Is High
    The Roots - Illadelph Halflife
    and many more...may add later
     
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  6. StayLow

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    Y'all some pop-hop listenin' mf's! I keep it gangsta.

    Smoothe The Hustler - Once Upon A Time In America
    Ice Cube - Amerikkka's Most Wanted
    Ice-T - O.G.
    Game - The Documentary
    Paris - Bush Killa
    Eazy-E - Str8 Off Tha Streetz...
    Cypress Hill - Black Sunday
    Penthouse Players Clique - Paid The Cost
    K-Rino - Solitary Confinement

    Props to 50, Yukmouth, Boskoe100, Big Fase 100, Big June, Jay Rock, L'il Sodi.

    The best rapper you've never heard of (contains no cursing or racial epithets) -
     
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    Biggie - Ready To Die
    EPMD - Strictly Business
    De La Soul - Stakes Is High
    Dee Dee King - Standing In The Spotlight





    (well, maybe not Dee Dee)
     
  8. BowserBass

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    Anything produced by the great J Dilla
    If you don't know who he is ... educate yourself
     
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    KMD-Mr. Hood
    De La Soul-3 Feet High and Rising
    A Tribe Called Quest-People's Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm
    Eric B and Rakim-Follow the Leader
    Ultra Magnetic MC-4 Horseman
    MF Doom-Operation: Doomsday
    MC Paul Barman-Thought Balloon Mushroom Cloud
    Boogie Down Productions-By All Means Necessary
    Public Enemy-It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back
     
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    yeah lemme add Ultramagnetic MCs - Critical Beatdown
     
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    NWA - Straight Outta Compton
    Digital Underground - Sex Packets
     
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    Didn't mention this one before because it's a 12" and not an album, but since it's the only thing Uptown ever released (at least under that name): "Dope On Plastic".
     
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    Danger Mouse "The Grey Album"
    Fugees "The Score"
    Kanye West "The College Dropout"
    Mos Def and Talib Kweli are Black Star
    Outkast "Speakerboxxx/The Love Below"
    Outkast "Stankonia"
    Public Enemy "Apocalypse '91: The Enemy Strikes Black"
    The Roots "Game Theory"
    Wyclef Jean "The Ecleftic: 2 Sides II a Book"
     
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    Wu Tang Clan "Enter the Wu Tang" "Forever"
    GZA "Liquid Swords"
    Raekwon "Only Built 4 Cuban Linx"
    Ol Dirty "Return to the 36 Chambers"
    Method Man "Tical"

    I just really like the early Wu Tang stuff. Some of the newer stuff is good especially some of the newer Ghostface but the production gets on my nerves after awhile.
     
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    Beastie Boys - Paul's Boutique
    M.O.P. - Warriorz
    The Beatnuts - Musical Massacre
    Cypress Hill - Cypress Hill
    Ice Cube - Death Certificate
    Ice T - O.G.
    Gang Starr - Hard To Earn
    Public Enemy - It Takes a Nation of Millions To Hold Us Back
    Ol' Dirty Bastard - Ni**a Please
    NWA - Efil4Zaggin
    Jurassic 5 - Quality Control
    Redman - Whut? Thee Album
    Funkdoobiest - Which Doobie U B?
     
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    Tommy Wright III "Ashes to Ashes Dust to Dust" and "Runnin-N-Gunnin".
     
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    A Tribe Called Quest--People's Instinctual Travels...
    Beastie Boys--Paul's Boutique
    Beastie Boys--Hello Nasty
    De La Soul--3 Feet High and Rising
    Outkast--Stankonia
    Public Enemy--Nation of Millions
    The Roots--Phrenology
    The Roots--Rising Down
    The Roots--Undun
    Run DMC--Raising Hell
     
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    Third Bass- The Cactus Album
    Public Enemy- Fear of a Black Planet and It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back
    LL Cool J Bigger and Deffer and Momma said Knock You Out
    All the Beastie Boys
    Run DMC- Raising Hell
    Eminem- The Slim Shady LP and Marshall Mathers LP
    Dr.Dre- The Chronic
    Beat Street Soundtrack 1984 as a 12 year old kid I wore this tape out
     
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    Outkast- Southernplayalisticadillacmusic
    Big Boi and Andre Present
    Stankonia
    Dr. Dre- The Chronic
    Snoop- Doggie Style
    CeeLo Green- Perfect Imperfections (Big Words is sick!!)
    Big Gipp-Mutant Mindframe
    Cypress Hill- Black Sunday

    ...off the top of my head....
     
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    First rap album and still my favorite. Jay-z volume 2 but a close second is Marshal Mathers LP and Mo Thugs family reunion.
     
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    Gotta mention single "Freedom" by Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five



    Fun songs with some nice bass/instrumentation.
     

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