Tyler, The Creator. Meek Mill. YBN Cordae. Cardi B. Kendrick Lamar. Chance The Rapper. Kanye West. Lil Wayne. Eminem, producer; Dr. Naughty By Nature.
Scarface is Back. This is one hell of a list, I love it, and while I would put up a few others, I think this is a good starting point for anyone trying to get into hip hop in general. This list sucks ass. You have no Kanye, who is known as having one of the best if not the best discography in hip hop. No kendrick either? No Madvillainy? But, of course, music is subjective. Also, despite the potentially misleading title, Dr. Add that shit up D.
Best hip hop albums
At HHGA we love lists. So because of this subjectivity, all the lists you can find on this site are debatable — and that is just what they are intended for. This article serves as a reference for all those who want a quick overview of the best Hip Hop albums ever, and it is also a gateway deeper into the HHGA site. So check it out, and feel free to share YOUR opinion, here or on social media. Check here for the full list, including honorable mentions.
This list provides a guide to the most important hip hop albums, as determined by their presence on compiled lists of significant albums: see the " Lists consulted" section for full details. Inclusion on a list is indicated by numbering after each release. The brief accompanying notes offer an explanation of the album's importance. Since hip hop was a music for 12" singles rather than albums for the period of —,  the absence of old school hip hop from the list has been compensated for by providing it with its own section of notable releases. Notable compilations of songs which contain important hip hop breaks short percussive interludes used as the rhythmic basis for a hip hop song are also included. The break, the instrumental portion of a record of any genre, though perhaps most often funk or rock that emphasizes the percussive pattern, has been the fundamental unit of much of hip hop music. The collections below collect the original songs that contain some of the most popular breaks in hip hop. Lists 1—5 are exclusively hip hop publications by writers respected in the field. Albums that appear on any four lists or more have been included.