Sunday, December 27, 2009

The Top 20 Hip Hop Albums of 2001





1. Jay-Z - The Blueprint
2. Nas - Stillmatic
3. 2Pac - Until the End of Time
4. Wu-Tang Clan - Iron Flag
5. Ludacris - Word of Mouf
6. Cormega - The Realness
7. Immortal Technique - Revolutionary Vol. 1
8. D12 - Devil's Night
9. Jay-Z - MTV Unplugged
10. Fabolous - Ghetto Fabolous



11. Tha Liks - X.O. Experience
12. Cannibal Ox - The Cold Vein
13. Aesop Rock - Labor Days
14. Jadakiss - Kiss tha Game Goodbye
15. Beanie Sigel - The Reason
16. UGK - Dirty Money
17. Ghostface Killah - Bulletproof Wallets
18. Dilated Peoples - Expansion Team
19. Sticky Fingaz - Blacktrash: The Autobiography of Kirk Jones
20. Mack 10 - Bang or Ball


14 comments:

  1. D-12 is whacker than a muahuffa

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  2. ^^
    lmao same dude from the 2000 post.

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  3. Non-rap albums that I liked were Songs In A Minor and Aaliyah.

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  4. 12. Cannibal Ox - The Cold Vein
    12!!!

    :| !!!

    Birds of the same feather flock together
    Congested on a majestic street corner
    That's a short time goal for most of 'em
    Cuz most of 'em
    Would rather expand their wings and hover over greater things
    That's what we call inspired flight

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  5. Yeah. Listen to Hate In Yo Eyes. My sheeeit.

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  6. what about the chronic 2001

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  7. That dropped in 1999, homie.... Lay off the chronic. :D

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  8. where is jay dee's welcome 2 detroit. this was & still is one of the hottest albums of 2001

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  9. Cold Vein is easily one of the best albums of the 21st century.
    Your top 3 should have looked like this:
    1. Cold Vein
    2. Blueprint
    3. Labor Days

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  10. Blueprint over Stillmatic? Smh. A Jay-Z fanboy wrote this. Switch that shit up and put the real number one album of 2001 at number one. Stillmatic. Then you got Jada at 14 after The Liks? Sticky Fingaz at 19? You know nothing about hip-hop.

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  11. Wow..Cormega??? This I what's wrong with hip hop/rap: how do u include mega and omit ja rule's pain is love? Because of a hate trend or hip hop vs. Rap bs cuz that record dominated radio AND outsold EVERYBODY. TOP 5 AT THE LEAST FOR THAT YEAR. Just a good record. Catch up

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  12. Tough choice with Jay-Z & Nas. Possibly a joint 1st place? I prefer the beats on Jay-Z's album but Nas rules with the lyrics.....mash-up anyone? Not sure I'd have had Jay's "Unplugged" in their aswell.

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