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    Nas' Lost Tapes is a classic, I never thought I'd say that about a B-Sides album. I honestly rank it up there with the rest of his catalogue. don't sleep. peace


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    Ghostface Killa - Pretty Toney Album
    Eminem - Marshall Mathers LP
    Bone Thugs - Greatest Hits

    Shit there aint that much

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    Quote Originally Posted by tical2000
    KISS OF DEATH???? that shit sucked......crossover joints galore

    BEAUTIFUL STRUGGLE is fuckin trash......and I am huge Kweli fan......like that has to be one of the most dissapointing rap cd's of all time......QUALITY and REFLECTION ETERNAL kill it
    agreed, kweli is dope but that album was flat.

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    Grave diggers first lp...
    OC"s first lp
    MOBB DEEP, their last two sucked
    GANGSTAR all but the last

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    1. Com - Be , Its just amazing

    2. Nas - StillMatic & God's Son , Both Great Albums

    3. Jada - Kiss Of Death , great Lyricist on anythin

    4. Obie Trice - Cheers , i dunno jus a good album

    5. Kanyeezy - College Drop , Like one y'all said a breath of fresh air

    6. Jigga - Obviously Blueprint(1) but black album pretty gud too.

    7. Game - Documentary - Sick Production wit a new cat

    8. Busta Rhymes - BIG BANG ... i no it aint droppped yet but it will be a classic fo sho!!

    9. Luda - Red Light Diustrict , i really like it

    10. Beans - B.Coming , watt a great album!!!

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    wat about the tipping point by the roots?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJSUGEWHITE
    Grave diggers first lp...
    OC"s first lp
    MOBB DEEP, their last two sucked
    GANGSTAR all but the last
    while i agree these are classic, they were all released before this millenium if im not mistaken
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    yeah i read too fast sorry got psyched

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    Ghostface: Supreme Clientele
    The last wu-classic in my opinion, even though some releases past that one were very dope (The W, Iron Flag, No Said Date or Pretty Toney come to mind).

    Talib Kweli & Hi-Tek: Reflection Eternal.
    A perfect and complete album. Hi-Tek was on some heavy shit when he did this album and Kweli will never sound as good as on this lp.

    Madlib & Mf Doom: Madvillain
    One of the best emcees of these times working with the most prolific and creative producer out right now. It couldn't be less than an underground classic.

    Madlib as Quasimoto: The Unseen
    Weird concept, strange sped up voice and banging unorthodox production. A personal classic no doubt.

    Common: Like Water For Chocolate
    I should add D'Angelo's Voodoo cause those albums are deeply linked with each other. Same energy, same production team znd same intensity. LWFC is Common's best album and Voodoo's the best soul release since a long time (i'm still waiting for an album which could beat it).

    Common Be
    It feels like Common's Illmatic. Short (11 tracks), excellent production by Kanye West who reached his peak by mixing his style with boom bap aestetic. J-Dilla brings 2 soulful bangers too. ANd Common's a beast on it.

    Jay-z Black Album
    I'm not a Jay-z fan but i just loved that album. It was short, well balanced and the beats were varied and dope. Sure Jay-z is so full of himself he had to remove a couple of his bones to suck his own dick, but you can't front on the skills, cleverness and charisma.

    De La Soul Grind Date
    Underrated album. Production is top notch and the emcees are still holdin it down.

    Little Brother- The Listening
    First i love Big Pooh and Phonte. But the real hero was 9th Wonder, showing the world you could make it happen with Fruity Loops.

    that's all i got in mind right now, i prolly forgot a lot of albums...

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    Chino XL-I Told You So

    Come on, y'all: "Let 'Em Live" with Kool G. Rap is one of the best collabos of this millennium. And one of my favorite punchlines of all time:

    "For Shakesperian actors, Chino shall busteth your asseth..."

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    Grind Date as well...

    "Got heat for everybody/watch the microphone burn..."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xtadas
    Grind Date as well...
    GRIND DATE....CLASSIC????

    I think some of you are just naming good albums, and not actual CLASSICS.....
    .....a CLASSIC is an album that either changes the game some how, is fresh and super creative, or defines a period in time

    Some of you fools are calling albums like JADAKISS KISS THE GAME GOODBYE, OBIE TRICE, etc fuckin classics......makes me laugh

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    probably:
    ghostface killah supreme clientele
    50 cent - get rich or die

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    first off alot of you little wannabe hip hop heads dont get your heads out of the reppetitive mainstream music, Jay-z doesnt even deserve to be there. I bet you also think the yin yang twins are dope too??
    theres been alot of talent in hip hop .

    if you want to talk chicago hip hop,
    typical cats-civil service album, allnatural,vakill, juice, molemen, are all fucking dope.

    mid westyou got
    atmosphere,eydea and abillities, sage francis-the joe beats album is the best,

    westcoast you got
    anticon,visionaries, living legends, murs and slug are sick ep's, psycho realm, war cloud ,

    eastcoast you have
    arsonist, necro, ill bill, q- unique,mf doom, wu tang of course,

    not to mention all the dope underground rappers like robust, qual, immortal technique, odd jobs, jedi mind trixs, brother ali, asop rock, el p., 2mex, lmno, acid rain, mestizo, j-live, and many many more, that i could sit here for days.

    you people need to give it up to the underground for puting up with the wack radio crap.......

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    Default Re: CLASSIC Hip-Hop Albums of the new Milennium....

    God's Son isn't a classic. I liked it when I first got it about a year ago, now I'm sick of it.

    Edan - Beauty and the Beat is a classic I think. I only got it a week or 2 ago, but it still sounds as fresh as it did on day 1.

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