Inspectah Deck - The Movement
RZA - Birth of a Prince
Raekwon - The Lex Diamond Story
Cappadonna - The Struggle
Killah Priest - Black August
9th Prince - Granddaddy Flow
DJ Mathematics - Love Hell or Right
Remedy - Code Red
Shabazz - Book of Shabazz (Hidden Scrollz)
RZA - The World According to RZA
Either Lex Diamonds or Grandaddy Flow.
My favorite for that year was World according to rza.
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I voted for Grandaddy Flow as it was the only one that was consistent and completely satisfying. Shabazz' album was dope but I had most of those tracks back in the late 90s, plus the mastering was terrible. Killah Priest's album had some brilliant tracks on it, but some dodgy beats and cheesy tracks, RZA's two albums were all over the place just like all of his solo shit, some tracks and some shit. Raekwon and Math's albums were decent but disappointing, and Deck's album was ok but considering it was Inspectah fucking Deck it was incredibly disappointing. Cappadonna's album had some decent tracks but was completely forgettable, and I didn't check for Remedy, never was a fan of dude aside from Never Again. 9th and Shabazz are the only ones I've listened to in the last 2 years and those are the only ones that were actually raw and didn't try to compromise and conform to the mainstream at all. 2002-2003 were probably the worst years for Wu artists in terms of the quality of the releases.
Anyone that didn't pick Shabbaz in that list clearly doesn't own the album, it shits all over BOAP.
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^^^I agree cause I don't own it.
thats what i immidately thought when i seen this thread....then i remember grandaddy flow...not surised to see 9th princes album get a lot of votes too
I voted for Birth of a Prince. With Shabazz as a close second
its hard cause all of those albums was bangin
grandaddy flow with with WAR coming in second.
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