Reasonable Doubt vs The Blueprint.. which album is the better album?..

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edited March 2013 in The Reason
Reasonable Doubt: released June 25th 1996..

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Dead Presidents..



Ain't No Nigga..



Can't Knock the Hustle featuring Mary J. Blige..



Feelin' It..



The Blueprint: released September 11th 2001..

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Izzo (H.O.V.A.)..



Girls, Girls, Girls..



Jigga That Nigga..



Song Cry..



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Reasonable Doubt is Jay's debut album which was released during the prime years of the mafioso Hip-Hop sub-genre (1995-1997), and featuring production by Ski, Preemo and Clark Kent.. Reasonable Doubt also featured verses by a young Foxy Brown, former affiliates Sauce Money and Jaz-O, the late great Biggie Smalls, and his weed carrier Memphis Bleek..

The Blueprint was released in the midst of his feud with Nas, and was released on 9/11, and still managed to sell over 420k albums within the week that it was released.. some will also credit Takeover for revitalizing the career of Nas..

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So I ask.. which album do ya'll feel is better?..

Reasonable Doubt vs The Blueprint.. which album is the better album?..

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