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    Default What albums would you consider classic in the last decade?

    So what recent (last decade) albums would you consider hip-hop classics?

    For me, I'd take:

    Get Rich or Die Tryin'
    Clipse - Hell Hath No Fury
    Death Grips - The Money Store
    Kendrick - Good Kid Mad City
    Jay-Z - Black Album & American Gangster

    So what are you guys' picks? Hopefully they're less predictable than mine, haha

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    food & liquor and prob one of kanye's albums
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    A Piece of Strange


    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesJones
    I didn't like it because of the beats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by corky831 View Post
    food & liquor and prob one of kanye's albums
    It could be College Dropout, Late Reg., or MBDTF. Personally, I think I'd take MBDTF, but it's REALLY close.

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    Evidence - Cats & Dogs

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    Q-Tip - The Renaissance

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    Madvillainy
    Cold Vein
    Below the Heavens
    The Blueprint
    The Documentary
    Rip The Jacker
    Supreme Clientele
    Mm..Food

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    Quote Originally Posted by laolu View Post
    Madvillainy
    Cold Vein

    Supreme Clientele
    Mm..Food
    yeah these plus dont know bout classic but

    The Ownerz
    Phrenology
    Further Adventures of Lord Quas
    MIc Tyson
    Hell Hath No Fury
    True Meaning
    The Realness
    Disposable Arts

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    LOL@QTip's The Renaissance hahahahahahahahahahahahaha. QTip's solo albums are trash. I haven't liked any albums after the 90's. 90's was the last good decade for rap.

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    The Documentary is most definitely classic, nobody can tell me otherwise.

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    Who did the Documentary?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesJones View Post
    Who did the Documentary?

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    the beats are great but classic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by UNCLE RUCKUS View Post
    the beats are great but classic?
    Yes.

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