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  • The 20 Greatest Sophmore Albums of All Time

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    20. Trap Muzik - T.I.

    19. Resurection -Common

    18. In My Lifetime Vol.1 - JayZ

    17. Dare Iz A Darkside - Redman

    16. Supreme Clientele - Ghostface

    15. Death Certificate - Ice Cube

    14. Niggaz4Life - NWA

    13. Strictly 4 My NIGGAZ - Tupac

    12. King of Rock - Run DMC

    11. Follow The Leader - Eric B & Rakim

    10. Forever - Wu Tang

    9. The Score - The Fugees

    8. Late Registration - Kanye West

    7. Infamous - Mobb Deep

    6. E.1999 Eternal - Bone Thugs n Harmony

    5. Marshall Mathers LP - Eminem

    4. It Was Written - Nas

    3. ATLiens - Outkast

    2. Chronic 2001 - Dr. Dre

    1. Life After Death - Biggie

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  • Re: Erykah Badu Appreciation Thread

    Erykah Badu is my FAV female of all time. im very aware wat soul legends like Gladys Knight, Nina Simone, Sade, Aretha Franklin, Roberta Flack, etc. did in thier hayday but Erykah is my generation and im proud to say she is my fav of all time.

    Mary J might have the sales, impact, and consistancy but i gravitate to Erykah more because her music isnt just for "females who are going thru relationship woes".

    Lauryn Hill gave us GREAT material but not nearly enough.

    Alicia Keys was dope on her first two albums and looked like she way on her way to GOAT status (still a legend tho) but somewhere around "No One" she lost her steam creatively.

    Beyonce is the best entertainer this generation but musically she is not even Top 5.

    Keyshia Cole is good for singles, albums are ok but never classic.

    Jill Scott is also a legend but i never really got into her albums like dat.
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  • Re: Shocking Hip Hop Stories That Nobody Talks About Now...

    Lil Wayne, TI, Trick Daddy, & Sean Paul of the Youngbloods were the original Boyz In The Hood.

    When all of their careers started to resurge in 04 it was hard to get them to work on the album so Blok of Blok Ent./Bad Boy South went and found 4 new comers from ATL in Jody Breeze, Duke, Big Gee, & Young Jeezy. Got them signed to Puff.

    ody Breezy had a solo deal with Jazze Pha' Sho'Nuf Records. Young Jezzy had a solo deal with Def Jam. Jeezy only signed a one album deal with Puff and the BITH. So he left after one album with the group.

    after rumors of Rick Ross joining in Jeezy place, in comes Gorilla Zoe who had a solo deal on Bad Boy South already. The release a second album, nobody cared, and then break up, the end.

    lol
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  • Re: most underrated album by an Artist

    Jesus Piece - The Game is probably one of the most underated album of the last 5 years. All the features were dope, beat selection was amazing, and The Game lyrically didn't half ass at all. Top 3 Game album (behind The Doc & Doc Advoc.)
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  • Re: most underrated album by an Artist

    Super Gangster Extraordinary Gentlemen - Styles P

    The Pretty Tony Album - Ghostface

    All or Nothing - Fat Joe

    When Disaster Strikes - Busta Rhymes

    R.U.L.E - Ja Rule

    Buck The World - Young Buck

    Illadelph Halflife - The Roots
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