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Old 08-04-2005, 12:43 PM   #16
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Default Re: The best post 2000 hip-hop albums

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Many of the above mentioned, plus...

The Roots - The Tipping Point
Rjd2 - Dead Ringer
Rjd2 - Since We Last Spoke

I can't think of much else that hasn't been mentioned, but these 3 albums are dope as hell, post-2000 (though Rjd2 may not be hip-hop in the sense that it's being discussed here).
Hell yeah the tipping point is a dope album, particularly tracks like Guns Are Drawn, Web, Star/Pointro. Forgot about that album
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Old 08-04-2005, 01:26 PM   #17
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apathy - where's your album is a dope, dope album but not near classic.
supernatural - lost freestyle files (again a v.dope album)
masta killa - NSD (near classic IMO)
gang starr - the ownerz (dope dope album)
7L & Esoteric - Dc2 bars of death (near classic IMO)
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Old 08-04-2005, 03:53 PM   #18
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Ghost - SC
common - Be
Dre - 2001
jay - BP
nas - stillmatic
kanye - cd
DR DRE 2001.....this came out in 1999
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Old 08-04-2005, 03:59 PM   #19
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What does everybody think are the best hip-hop albums to have come out since 2000? It's easy to bitch on about how much better hip-hop was in the 80s or 90s, but some real classics can still be found if you look for them.

A few that spring to mind:

Non Phixion - The Future Is Now
Goretex - The Art Of Dying
Mr Lif - I Phantom
Edan - Primitive Plus
Ghostface - Supreme Clientele
El-P - Fantastic Damage
Ill Bill - What's Wrong With Bill?
Madvillain - Madvillainy
this list is full of some egghead nerd rap.........like do you think hip hop heads will be talking about NON PHIXION albums in the same breath as fuckin CUBAN LINX or READY TO DIE???? Like come on ILL BILL and GORETEX are not classic......give me a break.

In the late 1980's and 1990's classic albums would come out all the time........rap music stinks in the 2000's......mainstream and underground

The only classic albums to come out in the commercial/ corporate 2000's

are:

GHOSTFACE - SUPREME Clientele
JAy-Z - Blueprint
Kanye West - College dropout
Outkast- Stankonia
Del the funkee - Both Sides of the brain
50 Cent - get Rich or die trying
Common - Be
Talib Kweli - Reflection Eternal


albums that are really good would include stuff like ROOTS - TIPPING POINT........that was a great record in my opinion.......but some of you dont know the difference betwen a great record and a classic one
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Old 08-04-2005, 04:02 PM   #20
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Jedi Mind - Legacy of Blood
Jedi Mind - Violent by design
Jus Allah - All fates have changed
C rays walz - Ravipops
Immortal Technique - Revolutionary Vol. 2
Mr. Lif - I Phantom
Mathematics - The problem

Tical if you never mention 50 again then you'll be fine
with that list JESUS H CHRIST _ 50 cent?

JAy-Z - Blueprint
Kanye West - College dropout
Outkast- Stankonia
Del the funkee - Both Sides of the brain
50 Cent - get Rich or die trying
LMMFAO
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Old 08-04-2005, 04:10 PM   #21
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Whatever......that 50 CENT "GEt RICH OR DIE TRYING" came out of every car driving down the block that summer.......reminded me of when THE CRONIC and DOGGYSTYLE came out......it had some impact........I feel a classic record has to have impact, be super original, or change the game some how

you are calling MATHAMATCIS - THE PROBLEM a classic??? it is like a fuckin WU TANG compilation??? get the fuck outta here..........do you think that albums stands up to past hip hop classics

like I say some of you are just naming fuckin obscure fuckin underground releases that you like......sure some of these records are great......but there is a difference between a great record and a classic

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Jedi Mind - Legacy of Blood
Jedi Mind - Violent by design
Jus Allah - All fates have changed
C rays walz - Ravipops
Immortal Technique - Revolutionary Vol. 2
Mr. Lif - I Phantom
Mathematics - The problem

Tical if you never mention 50 again then you'll be fine
with that list JESUS H CHRIST _ 50 cent?

JAy-Z - Blueprint
Kanye West - College dropout
Outkast- Stankonia
Del the funkee - Both Sides of the brain
50 Cent - get Rich or die trying
LMMFAO
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Old 08-04-2005, 04:21 PM   #22
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theres so many good ones, but the best would be hard to determine.

heres some

MF Doom & Madlib - Madvillainy
Masta Ace - A Long Hot Summer
Masta Killa - No Said Date
Murs - Murs 3:16 the 9th Edition
The Grouch & Eligh - No More Greener Grasses
Jaylib - Champion Sound
Common - Be
CMA - All Over
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Old 08-04-2005, 04:23 PM   #23
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Whatever......that 50 CENT "GEt RICH OR DIE TRYING" came out of every car driving down the block that summer.......reminded me of when THE CRONIC and DOGGYSTYLE came out......it had some impact........I feel a classic record has to have impact, be super original, or change the game some how

you are calling MATHAMATCIS - THE PROBLEM a classic??? it is like a fuckin WU TANG compilation??? get the fuck outta here..........do you think that albums stands up to past hip hop classics

like I say some of you are just naming fuckin obscure fuckin underground releases that you like......sure some of these records are great......but there is a difference between a great record and a classic
and you are naming rediculous mainstream ass albums. a wack LP over a dope ass Mathematics "compilation" doesnt contribute to a classic..bitch
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Old 08-04-2005, 05:01 PM   #24
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Whatever......that 50 CENT "GEt RICH OR DIE TRYING" came out of every car driving down the block that summer.......reminded me of when THE CRONIC and DOGGYSTYLE came out......it had some impact........I feel a classic record has to have impact, be super original, or change the game some how

you are calling MATHAMATCIS - THE PROBLEM a classic??? it is like a fuckin WU TANG compilation??? get the fuck outta here..........do you think that albums stands up to past hip hop classics

like I say some of you are just naming fuckin obscure fuckin underground releases that you like......sure some of these records are great......but there is a difference between a great record and a classic
That's funny shit. 50 Cent on all his album covers with his tits out all oiled up - is he going for some homo-erotic thing there?

I think Non Phixion should bow down to the lyrical prowess of a man who comes with lines like:

"Temperature rising, okay lets go to the next level
Dance floor jam packed, hot as a teakettle
I'll break it down for you now, baby it's simple
If you be a nympho, I'll be a nympho"


I mean that is the stuff of legends - I can see Rakim, Big Daddy Kane & Kool G Rap burning their albums and lyric pads as we speak...
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Old 08-04-2005, 05:22 PM   #25
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Hasn't GZA just been doin some gigs with Vordul and Vast aire of Cannibal Ox, C-Rayz Walz, 4th Pyramid and J-Live? Is he a backpacka as well?
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Old 08-04-2005, 06:21 PM   #26
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and you are naming rediculous mainstream ass albums. a wack LP over a dope ass Mathematics "compilation" doesnt contribute to a classic..bitch
I think people will remember KANYE WESTS's COLLEGE DROPOUT and JAY-Z's BLUEPRINT as having more impact or changing hip hop.....than fuckin MATHAMATCIS - THE PROBLEM cd

......if you cant see that you are an idiot

Maybe, it because i grew up listening to hip hop in the 1990's and was spoiled by dope album that came out ever couple weeks.......it seems like alot of younger kids on this forum are bringing up albums like NON PHIXON and stuff.....not bad albums......but sure are not classics........I feel sorry for younger heads today, that they did not get to experience hip hop in the 1990's, and think that these medicocre crap albums that come out today are classic.....
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no there is a difference between a lyrical record and ubsurd none lyrical club record
lyrics makes a album classic.beats yes but you have to have lyrics to go wit it or it's
just garbage....
mathematics - the problem just came out jerkoff

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Old 08-04-2005, 06:28 PM   #28
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besides exposure is everything, and have the people that listen to jayz (nowadays)
and 50 cents and kanye wests are mostly "kids" and bitches. no offence to the broads but 95% of you's
have no taste...

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Old 08-04-2005, 06:38 PM   #29
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besides exposure is everything, and have the people that listen to jayz (nowadays)
and 50 cents and kanye wests are mostly "kids" and bitches. no offence to the broads but 95% of you's
have no taste...

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Rap is controlled today by little 13 year old girls.......cant have a rap cd out today that does not have a love song.......labels dont want to turn off that demographic

rap sucks in 2005
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Heres my list of the best lps of this wack ass new millinium......

Ghostface-Supreme Clientele.....easily one of the best albums of post 2000
MF Doom- Mad Villiany and mm food...?.....great albums...I would say him and Ghost are carrying true hiphop this year.
Rza-Birth of a Prince......to me that was a dope ass album..people forget that.
Masta Killa-No said Date.......true classic wu album with the original sound.
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