A to the L €™s 100 Favorite Hiphop Albums Of All Time (RECAP 1-50)

Recap 1-50

Again (for the umpteenth time) this list is NOT in order, save for the number one album. So just because Lil Jon is at number 14, it doesn’t make him or his album better than EPMD… it just means that his name was type before E and PMD. Understand now? Anyone feeling a little nervous that their own little classic hasn’t popped up yet? Feel free to leave your suggestions as to what you think might appear between 51 and 100…

Links to the list below:
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A to the L €™s 100 Favorite Hiphop Albums Of All Time (1-50)
01) Public Enemy – It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back
02) Public Enemy – Fear Of A Black Planet
03) Count Bass D – Dwight Spitz
04) Beastie Boys – Licensed To Ill
05) Beastie Boys – Paul €™s Boutique
06) De La Soul – 3 Feet High & Rising
07) De La Soul – De La Soul Is Dead
08) De La Soul – Buhloone Mind State
09) NWA – Straight Outta Compton
10) NWA – Niggaz4Life
11) Pete Rock & CL Smooth – The Main Ingredient
12) The 2 Live Crew – Sports Weekend
13) Lord Finesse – Return Of The Funky Man
14) Lil Jon & The Eastside Boys – Crunk Juice
15) A Tribe Called Quest – People €™s Instinctive Travels And The Paths Of Rhythm
16) A Tribe Called Quest – The Low End Theory
17) A Tribe Called Quest – Midnight Marauders
18) EPMD – Unfinished Business
19) EPMD – Business Never Personal
20) Diamond Shell – The Grand Imperial Diamond Shell
21) Clipse – Lord Willin €™
22) Fat Joe – Jealous One €™s Envy
23) Geto Boys – Geto Boys
24) Geto Boys – We Can €™t Be Stopped
25) Scarface – Mr Scarface Is Back
26) Heavy D & The Boyz – Peaceful Journey
27) Poison Clan – 2 Low Life Muthas
28) Brand Nubian – In God We Trust
29) Digital Underground – Sex Packets
30) Digital Underground – The Body-Hat Syndrome
31) Terminator X – Terminator X & The Valley Of The Jeep Beets
32) Cypress Hill – Cypress Hill
33) Red Hot Lover Tone – #1 Player
34) Black Sheep – A Wolf In Sheep €™s Clothing
35) Big Daddy Kane – Long Live The Kane
36) Big Daddy Kane – Its A Big Daddy Kane
37) Big Daddy Kane – Looks Like A Job For :
38) Black Rock & Ron – Stop The World
39) Notorious BIG – Ready To Die
40) Notorious BIG – Life After Death
41) Son Of Bazerk – Bazerk Bazerk Bazerk
42) LL Cool J – Bigger And Deffer
43) LL Cool J – Mama Said Knock You Out
44) Dr Dooom – First Come, First Served
45) Big Pun – Capital Punishment
46) Double XX Posse – Ruff, Rugged & Raw
47) Jay-Z – Volume 3 : The Life And Times Of S. Carter
48) Nas – Illmatic
49) Run DMC – Raising Hell
50) Run DMC – Tougher Than Leather

5 Replies to “A to the L €™s 100 Favorite Hiphop Albums Of All Time (RECAP 1-50)”

  1. As I said Gang Starr “moment of truth” and I’d suggest Group Home “Living proof”, Snoop Dogg “Doggystyle” enough for now ..I could make my own list here

  2. Hm – early UGK, at least “Ridin’ Dirty”

    Fiddy’s “Power of the Dollar”, and Paul Wall & Chamillionaire’s “Get Ya Mind Correct”

    Dr Dre’s Chronic

    surely some Busta Rhymes…


    Marshall’s first joint?


    Outkast has to be on there

    THREE 6 Mafia -Chap 2 World Dom or Mystic Styles – cmon, they won an oscar, they deserve a place on this list

    and btw, the new Clipse album is spposed to be straight fire, u’ll have to add that later too

  3. The D.O.C. – No One Can Do It Better
    The Alkaholiks – Coast II Coast
    The Alkaholiks – 21 & Over
    Redman – Whut? Thee Album
    Organized Konfusion – Organized Konfusion
    Mos Def – Black On Both Sides
    Common Sense – Ressurection
    Jeru the Damaja – The Sun Rises In The East
    Ice Cube – AmeriKKKa’s Most Wanted
    Slick Rick – The Great Adventures of Slick Rick
    At least one BDP album, annoying Jamaican stylee nonwithstanding.

  4. on behalf of Son of bazerk featuring no self control and the band thanks for lovin our album I’m glad you appreciate what we were tryin to do much love

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