Monday, December 28, 2009

The Top 20 Hip Hop Albums of 2004





1. Kanye West - College Dropout
2. Madvillain - Madvillainy
3. Jay-Z & DJ Danger Mouse - The Grey Album
4. MF DOOM - MM..Food?
5. Cam'ron - Purple Haze
6. Ghostface Killah - The Pretty Toney Album
7. Jadakiss - Kiss of Death
8. Brother Ali - Champion [EP]
9. Mos Def - The New Danger
10. N*E*R*D - Fly or Die



11. Nas - Street's Disciple
12. T.I. - Urban Legend
13. Masta Killa - No Said Date
14. Young Gunz - Tough Luv
15. Jedi Mind Tricks - Legacy of Blood
16. Talib Kweli - The Beautiful Struggle
17. Handsome Boy Modeling School - White People
18. Twista - Kamikaze
19. Slum Village - Detroit Deli (A Taste of Detroit)
20. The Roots - The Tipping Point


8 comments:

  1. Kanye's year.

    Grey Album - Was hooked to that. Better than most proper albums and probably the best remix project ever.

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  2. now this was a great year for hip hop. would put roots up higher but this is one dope ass list

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  3. Yup. This is the year I started senior year at high school (graduated in 2005), so I was blasting lots of this...even in my school's student store (which I co-ran).

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  4. Wow man didnt know that your such a big Jay-Z fan.

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  5. My love for The Beatles' music, and my introduction to the innovative skills of Danger Mouse earned The Grey Album the #4 spot, not Jay's vocals (for the most part).

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  6. ...but yes, I AM a big Jay-Z fan. Though I'll admit that things have gone downhill since he settled down with B.

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  7. definitely best year of decaded this and 05

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