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YOUR TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2019
« on: December 05, 2019, 11:17:22 AM »
1.SUGA FREE - THE RESURRECTION
2.ANDERSON PAAK - VENTURA
3.DEVIN THE DUDE - STILL ROLLIN UP
4.GAME - BORN 2 RAP
5.BIZZY BONE - CARBON MONOXIDE
6.GANG STARR - ONE OF THE BEST YET
7.TECH N9NE - N9NA
8.BIG KRIT - KRIT IZ HERE
9.RAS KASS - SOUL ON ICE 2
10.SNOOP DOGG - I WANNA THANK ME


HONORABLE MENTIONS:
- RBX - THA EQUINOX
- JAYO FELONY - JAMES SAVAGE
- E-40 - PRACTICE MAKES PAPER
- CML LAVISH D - BANK’D UP 4 LIFE
- X-RAIDED - CALIFORNIA DREAMIN
- PHILTHY RICH - EAST OAKLAND LEGEND
- PHILTHY RICH - BIG 59
- MOZZY - INTERNAL AFFAIRS
- GHOSTFACE KILLAH - GHOSTFACE KILLAHS
- NAS - THE LOST TAPES 2
- MR. HYDE - THE BOOGEYMAN IS REAL
- LIL SICX - HELLZ ANGEL
- RYDAH J KLYDE - MY PRESENCE IS A PRESENT


ALBUMS I HAVEN’T HEARD YET THAT COULDA MADE THE LIST:
- KOKANE - FINGER ROLL
- SPICE 1 - PLATINUM OG
- DRU DOWN - WELCOME 2 DRU’S WORLD
- COMPTON’S MOST WANTED - GANGSTA BIZNESS
- MC EIHT - OFFICIAL
- J-DIGGS - WHERE J DIGGS AT?
- ERICK SERMON - VERNIA
- MOZZY & TSU TURF - BLOOD CUZZINS
- MOZZY & BERNER - SLIMEY INDIVIDUALZ
- MOZZY & GUNPLAY - CHOP STIXX
- MOZZY & RAZ SIMONE - MBAM
- COMMON - LET LOVE
- FREDDIE GIBBS & MADLIB - BANDANA
- SCHOOLBOY Q - CRASH TALK
- DEFARI - EVERY $TEP
- CHALI 2NA & KRAFTY KUTS - ADVENTURES OF A RELUCTANT SUPERHERO
- MASTA ACE - SHELF LIFE
- KRS-ONE - STREET LIGHT
- KRAYZIE BONE - QUICK FIX 2
- BUN B - TRILLSTATIK
- YG - 4REAL 4REAL
- FABOLOUS - SUMMERTIME SHOOTOUT 3
- G PERICO - TEN-EIGHT
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Re: YOUR TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2019
« Reply #1 on: December 05, 2019, 12:03:31 PM »
Good list.
Interesting order.
Gonna make minek later.
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Re: YOUR TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2019
« Reply #2 on: December 05, 2019, 04:47:51 PM »
- Gang Starr - One of the best yet
- YBN Cordae - The Lost Boy
- IDK - Is he real ?
- Common - Let Love
- RJmrLA - On God
- Nef the Pharaoh - Mushrooms & Coloring Books
- Larry June - Out the Trunk
- Bun B & Statik Selektah - TrillStatik
- Wale - Wow... That's Crazy
- DaBaby - KIRK
 

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Re: YOUR TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2019
« Reply #3 on: December 05, 2019, 11:28:12 PM »
1) The Game - Born 2 rap


2) Fabolous - Summertime Shootout 3: Coldest summer ever (love his bars)
3) Mozzy - Internal Affairs
4) Mozzy & Tsu Surf - Blood Cuzzins
5) Mozzy & Berner - Slimey Induvidualz
6) YG - 4real 4real
7) RJ Mr LA - On God
8 ) Kanye West - Jesus is king
9) Nas - Lost Tapes 2
10) Snoop Dogg - I wanna thank me

Thank God for that Game album in end of year - else 2019 been one of worst.

In battle Rap Geechi Gotti been killing this year
« Last Edit: December 06, 2019, 02:15:58 AM by Game-Won »
Favorite Rapper is Game & Mozzy
Greatest Rapper of all time - 2Pac.

Great Rappers:
Boosie Badazz - YG - Kendrick Lamar - DMX - Nas

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Battle Rap Greats:
Hitman Holla & Geechi Gotti
 

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Re: YOUR TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2019
« Reply #4 on: December 06, 2019, 05:56:20 AM »
1) The Game - Born 2 rap


2) Fabolous - Summertime Shootout 3: Coldest summer ever (love his bars)
3) Mozzy - Internal Affairs
4) Mozzy & Tsu Surf - Blood Cuzzins
5) Mozzy & Berner - Slimey Induvidualz
6) YG - 4real 4real
7) RJ Mr LA - On God
8 ) Kanye West - Jesus is king
9) Nas - Lost Tapes 2
10) Snoop Dogg - I wanna thank me

Thank God for that Game album in end of year - else 2019 been one of worst.

In battle Rap Geechi Gotti been killing this year

how is 2019 the worst

u didn’t like suga free, devin the dude, anderson paak, bizzy bone, tech n9ne, e40, big krit, jayo felony, or ras kass new shit??
 

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Re: YOUR TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2019
« Reply #5 on: December 06, 2019, 08:03:10 AM »

1. The Game - Born 2 Rap
2. P Money - Money Over Everything 3
3. Gang Starr - One Of The Best Yet
4. Liam Gallagher - Why Me, Why Not?
5. Devlin - The Outcast
6. Rick Ross - Port Of Miami 2
7. DJ Kay Slay - Hiphop Frontline
8. J. Stone - Definition Of Loyalty
9. Jim Jones - El Capo   
10. JME - Grime MC (this could move up after more listens, its real quality but Game was released same week so taken some shine from it)

Special Shout Outs too Kano - Hoodies All Summer, Jayo Felony- James Savage, CMW - Gangsta Bizness, Mozzy - Internal Affairs, Snoop Dogg - I Wanna Thank Me, J Diggs - Where Diggs At?, YG - 4 Real, Skepta - Ignorance Is Bliss, Wretch 32 - Upon Reflection, Pete Doherty & Puta Madres album, Papoose - Underrated & Ras Kass - Soul On Ice 2.


I still need to check out Bizzy Bone - Carbon Monoxide, Fabolous - Summer Shootout 3, Mozzy & Tsu Surf - Blood Cuzzins, Grizelda wwcd etc.

That Fat Joe & Dre - Family Ties that got released today is decent from first listen, interesting to see how it sits with me in the next couple weeks.

Might have forgot some but this is off the top of my head. Another good year for Ogs dropping music,
 
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Re: YOUR TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2019
« Reply #6 on: December 06, 2019, 05:25:14 PM »
1. Gang Starr - One Of The Best Yet
2. G. Perico - Ten-Eight
3. LNDN DRGS - Affiliated
4. Suga Free - The Resurrection
5. Snoop Dogg - I Wanna Thank Me
6. Compton's Most Wanted - Gangsta Bizness
7. Black Moon - Rise Of Da Moon
8. Ras Kass - Soul On Ice 2
9. James Savage - Broken Ground
10. Danny Brown - uknowhatimsayin?

Others I wanna shout out: The Alchemist "Yacht Rock 2", E-40 "Practice Makes Paper", South Central Cartel "2 Da West", X-Raided (love his rhymes, the only thing holding him from top 10 for me was the beats, but still good to hear him free and spitting fire!), Curren$y & Jay Worthy "Umbrella Symphony", The Game "Born 2 Rap", and Nas "Lost Tapes 2".

I wanna see a thread for the best albums of the 2010s decade! That would take a lot of thought though.
 

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Re: YOUR TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2019
« Reply #7 on: December 06, 2019, 11:19:54 PM »
1) The Game - Born 2 rap


2) Fabolous - Summertime Shootout 3: Coldest summer ever (love his bars)
3) Mozzy - Internal Affairs
4) Mozzy & Tsu Surf - Blood Cuzzins
5) Mozzy & Berner - Slimey Induvidualz
6) YG - 4real 4real
7) RJ Mr LA - On God
8 ) Kanye West - Jesus is king
9) Nas - Lost Tapes 2
10) Snoop Dogg - I wanna thank me

Thank God for that Game album in end of year - else 2019 been one of worst.

In battle Rap Geechi Gotti been killing this year

how is 2019 the worst

u didn’t like suga free, devin the dude, anderson paak, bizzy bone, tech n9ne, e40, big krit, jayo felony, or ras kass new shit??

Not really no :/

But boosie album with zayhoven should be in my top 10 as nr 2 not sure how i Forgot that album - and Kevin Gates should be round 7 on there to
Favorite Rapper is Game & Mozzy
Greatest Rapper of all time - 2Pac.

Great Rappers:
Boosie Badazz - YG - Kendrick Lamar - DMX - Nas

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Hitman Holla & Geechi Gotti
 

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Re: YOUR TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2019
« Reply #8 on: December 07, 2019, 05:08:19 AM »
1. The Game - Born 2 Rap
2. Snoh Aalegra - Ugh, Those Feel Again
3. Suga Free - The Resurrection
4. IDK - Is He Real?
5. Jim Jones - El Capo
6. Anderson .Paak - Ventura
7. James Blake - Assume Form
8. Billie Eilish - When We All Fall Asleep,Where Do We Go?
9. Bazzi - Soul Searching
10. YBN Cordae - The Lost Boy
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Re: YOUR TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2019
« Reply #9 on: December 07, 2019, 01:46:54 PM »
This been a rough year for music in my opinion. My list is as follows (in no order):

LNDN DRGS - Affiliated
G. Perico - Ten-Eight
The Game - Born 2 Rap

The verdict is still out on the Griselda album.
 

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Re: YOUR TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2019
« Reply #10 on: December 08, 2019, 11:11:11 AM »
Top Live albums:

4. EPMD – Live Business (the mastering is so bad. its so shame)
3. 8Ball & MJG - "Classic Pimpin' (Live)"
2. Naughty Professor – Live With Chali 2na
1. Ali Shaheed Muhammad & Adrian Younge - The Midnight Hour Live At Linear Labs

Top 3 videos:

3. Life Of a Bandana - Kxng Crooked (Official Video)
2. ScHoolboy Q - Dangerous (feat Kid Cudi) [Official Music Video]
1. Glasses Malone - 2Pac Must Die (Orlando Anderson) (Official Video)

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Re: YOUR TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2019
« Reply #11 on: December 17, 2019, 07:46:35 AM »
so, my list is...
ive checked 163 albums this year, not bad, but far from the total releases.

Honorable mentions, but not on the list:

Papoose - Underrated
TRDMRK – TRDMRK
Truth – The Fight for Survival
Yelawolf - Trunk Muzik 3
Vinnie Paz X Tragedy Khadafi - Camouflage Regime
West Costa Nuestra Vol.2
Salaam Remi & Joell Ortiz – Boxtalk
Salaam Remi & Terrace Martin – Northside Of Linden Westside Of Slauson EP
Westside Gunn - Flygod Is An Awesome God
Legends Recordings Group Presents: The Foundation
Skyzoo and Pete Rock - Retropolitan
Ruste Juxx & ILL - 12 Rounds in the Clip
Yelawolf Ghetto Cowboy
Thees Handz(The Grouch & Murs)- Thees Handz
Styles P – Presence
Techniec & L's blacklist 2


and the list in order:

10. Weazel Loc – Gangsta Guaranteed
9. XL Middleton - 2 Minutes Till Midnight
8. Hus Kingpin – Slime Wave
7. DJ Muggs & Eto – Hells Roof
6. DJ Shadow - Our Pathetic Age
5. Blu And Oh No - A Long Red Hot Los Angeles Summer
4. Dam-Funk- STFU 2
3. Freddie Gibbs & Madlib - Bandana
2. Big Tone & House Shoes – Big Shoes
1. Damani & Ill Camille - Harriett
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Re: YOUR TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2019
« Reply #12 on: December 18, 2019, 10:51:55 AM »
1, griselda - wwcd
2, Ras Kass - soul on ice 2
3, James savage
4, Yelawolf - ghetto cowboy
5, Yelawolf - trunk music 3
6, Boogie - everythings for sale
7, Gangstarr - one of the best yet
8, The game - Born to rap
9, snoop dogg - I wanne thank me
10, crooked i - gravitas
 

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Re: YOUR TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2019
« Reply #13 on: December 18, 2019, 09:19:39 PM »
game new album def makin the list ..... just got my copy and shit bangin so far
 

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Re: YOUR TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2019
« Reply #14 on: December 18, 2019, 11:17:28 PM »
game new album def makin the list ..... just got my copy and shit bangin so far

And it just grows and grows... The album is crasy
Favorite Rapper is Game & Mozzy
Greatest Rapper of all time - 2Pac.

Great Rappers:
Boosie Badazz - YG - Kendrick Lamar - DMX - Nas

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Re: YOUR TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2019
« Reply #15 on: December 23, 2019, 11:39:42 PM »
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib - Bandana
Griselda - WWCD
The Game - Born 2 Rap
Cam'ron - Purple Haze 2
Kevin Gates - I'm Him
Jeezy - TM 104: The Legend of The Snowman
Rick Ross - Port of Miami 2
E-40 - Practice Makes Paper
Boogie - Everything's For Sale
YBN Cordae - Lost Boy

Honorable mentions / EPs:

Max B - House Money
Benny The Butcher - The Plugs I Met
Conway - Look What I Became
Mozzy & Tsu Surf - Blood Cuzzins
Mozzy - Internal Affairs
Young Dolph & Key Glock - Dum & Dummer
Dave East - Survival
Big K.R.I.T. - Krit Iz Here
Anderson .Paak - Ventura
Wiz Khalifa & Curren$y - 2009
Roddy Ricch - Please Excuse Me For Being Anti-Social
 

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Re: YOUR TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2019
« Reply #16 on: December 30, 2019, 09:59:09 AM »
1. Big KRIT - KRIT Iz Here
2. Earthgang - Mirrorland
3. Little Brother - May the Lord Watch
4. Game - Born 2 Rap
5. Anoyd / Static - Yuck
6. Comptons Most Wanted - Gangsta Bizness
7. Joell Ortiz / Fred Godson - Gorilla Glue
8. Bun B / Static - TrillStatic
9. Damiani / ill Camille - Harriett
10. Dreamville - ROTD 3

Runner Ups
- Joell Ortiz - Monday
- J Stone - Definition of Loyalty
- Robert Glasper - Fuck Your Feelings
- Terrace / Salaam - Northside... Westside...
- YBN Cordea - Lost Boy
- Schoolboy Q - Crash Talk
 

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Re: YOUR TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2019
« Reply #17 on: December 30, 2019, 11:04:25 AM »
gotta add game - born 2 rap somewhere in my top 5......


need to check the new mc eiht as well
 

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Re: YOUR TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2019
« Reply #18 on: January 03, 2020, 12:26:11 PM »
Don’t know why people have this obsession for new stuff when there’s always more older and better quality stuff to uncover.  Just think of it this way, ITunes and YouTube didn’t even exist in the rap golden age.  So think of all the great music you either didn’t have money for or didn’t hear on radio or otherwise passed around from friends or exposed to by word of mouth.  I only say that because once I post the music I listened to this year the inevitable response is like “haha Infinite you just now listenin to blah blah blah” but I guarantee there’s no way all of you could’ve given full attention to every quality release of the golden age.  There’s not even enough hours in the day and some may have not even been born when it was released.  So I say that to say this—while ya’ll was fuccin wit the inferior music from an inferior era above I gave my attention to uncovering more gems from the past...

O.G.C — The Storm
Gangstarr - Hard to Earn
Black Rob - Life Story
Soopafly - Dat Whoopty Woo
Heltah Skeltah - Knocturnal
Black Moon - Enta da Stage
Whodini - Back in Black
Nas - I Am
Rakim - 18th Letter
Noreaga - N.O.R.E


Same way with Sports really... I’d rather watch an old Tyson fight on YouTube then watch that shitty Anthony Joshua (A.J = Always Jab) Ruiz 2 fight that got a lot of press.  And if not for Pat Mahomes being with the Chiefs I would pretty much be done with the new NFL, NBA, and MLB I’d rather watch and old Bulls game from the 90’s or late 80’s Pistons/Lakers on Youtube
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Re: YOUR TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2019
« Reply #19 on: January 04, 2020, 06:55:02 AM »
Don’t know why people have this obsession for new stuff when there’s always more older and better quality stuff to uncover.  Just think of it this way, ITunes and YouTube didn’t even exist in the rap golden age.  So think of all the great music you either didn’t have money for or didn’t hear on radio or otherwise passed around from friends or exposed to by word of mouth.  I only say that because once I post the music I listened to this year the inevitable response is like “haha Infinite you just now listenin to blah blah blah” but I guarantee there’s no way all of you could’ve given full attention to every quality release of the golden age.  There’s not even enough hours in the day and some may have not even been born when it was released.  So I say that to say this—while ya’ll was fuccin wit the inferior music from an inferior era above I gave my attention to uncovering more gems from the past...

O.G.C — The Storm
Gangstarr - Hard to Earn
Black Rob - Life Story
Soopafly - Dat Whoopty Woo
Heltah Skeltah - Knocturnal
Black Moon - Enta da Stage
Whodini - Back in Black
Nas - I Am
Rakim - 18th Letter
Noreaga - N.O.R.E


Same way with Sports really... I’d rather watch an old Tyson fight on YouTube then watch that shitty Anthony Joshua (A.J = Always Jab) Ruiz 2 fight that got a lot of press.  And if not for Pat Mahomes being with the Chiefs I would pretty much be done with the new NFL, NBA, and MLB I’d rather watch and old Bulls game from the 90’s or late 80’s Pistons/Lakers on Youtube

I do agree with you, but damn those Gems you mentioned I would have thought you would have heard them YEARS ago, I know you've been on this forum for ages like me lol.

 
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Re: YOUR TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2019
« Reply #20 on: January 04, 2020, 09:02:13 AM »
Don’t know why people have this obsession for new stuff when there’s always more older and better quality stuff to uncover.  Just think of it this way, ITunes and YouTube didn’t even exist in the rap golden age.  So think of all the great music you either didn’t have money for or didn’t hear on radio or otherwise passed around from friends or exposed to by word of mouth.  I only say that because once I post the music I listened to this year the inevitable response is like “haha Infinite you just now listenin to blah blah blah” but I guarantee there’s no way all of you could’ve given full attention to every quality release of the golden age.  There’s not even enough hours in the day and some may have not even been born when it was released.  So I say that to say this—while ya’ll was fuccin wit the inferior music from an inferior era above I gave my attention to uncovering more gems from the past...

O.G.C — The Storm
Gangstarr - Hard to Earn
Black Rob - Life Story
Soopafly - Dat Whoopty Woo
Heltah Skeltah - Knocturnal
Black Moon - Enta da Stage
Whodini - Back in Black
Nas - I Am
Rakim - 18th Letter
Noreaga - N.O.R.E


Same way with Sports really... I’d rather watch an old Tyson fight on YouTube then watch that shitty Anthony Joshua (A.J = Always Jab) Ruiz 2 fight that got a lot of press.  And if not for Pat Mahomes being with the Chiefs I would pretty much be done with the new NFL, NBA, and MLB I’d rather watch and old Bulls game from the 90’s or late 80’s Pistons/Lakers on Youtube

I do agree with you, but damn those Gems you mentioned I would have thought you would have heard them YEARS ago, I know you've been on this forum for ages like me lol.


exactly ..... sounds like he was so busy bumpin 96 death row that he missed out on all the great music we all already heard back then


so at this rate, in 2030 he guna be talkin bout “damn how did i miss that incredible gangstarr album from 2019???”


he’s simply a couple steps behind, cuz all the legends are still puttin out dope shit

and while i would agree wit the sentiment when it comes to bullshiit like blueface or 21 savage, you still got dope music bein put out by jayo felony, nas, e40, devin, suga free, ras kass, snoop etc... those are legends and not checkin for their shit means u ain’t a true fan. period.
 
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Re: YOUR TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2019
« Reply #21 on: January 04, 2020, 01:36:05 PM »
Don’t know why people have this obsession for new stuff when there’s always more older and better quality stuff to uncover.  Just think of it this way, ITunes and YouTube didn’t even exist in the rap golden age.  So think of all the great music you either didn’t have money for or didn’t hear on radio or otherwise passed around from friends or exposed to by word of mouth.  I only say that because once I post the music I listened to this year the inevitable response is like “haha Infinite you just now listenin to blah blah blah” but I guarantee there’s no way all of you could’ve given full attention to every quality release of the golden age.  There’s not even enough hours in the day and some may have not even been born when it was released.  So I say that to say this—while ya’ll was fuccin wit the inferior music from an inferior era above I gave my attention to uncovering more gems from the past...

O.G.C — The Storm
Gangstarr - Hard to Earn
Black Rob - Life Story
Soopafly - Dat Whoopty Woo
Heltah Skeltah - Knocturnal
Black Moon - Enta da Stage
Whodini - Back in Black
Nas - I Am
Rakim - 18th Letter
Noreaga - N.O.R.E


Same way with Sports really... I’d rather watch an old Tyson fight on YouTube then watch that shitty Anthony Joshua (A.J = Always Jab) Ruiz 2 fight that got a lot of press.  And if not for Pat Mahomes being with the Chiefs I would pretty much be done with the new NFL, NBA, and MLB I’d rather watch and old Bulls game from the 90’s or late 80’s Pistons/Lakers on Youtube

would have thought you had heard those Soopafly and Nas albums before, but they did come out after '96 ;D
 

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Re: YOUR TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2019
« Reply #22 on: January 06, 2020, 06:10:38 PM »
Don’t know why people have this obsession for new stuff when there’s always more older and better quality stuff to uncover.  Just think of it this way, ITunes and YouTube didn’t even exist in the rap golden age.  So think of all the great music you either didn’t have money for or didn’t hear on radio or otherwise passed around from friends or exposed to by word of mouth.  I only say that because once I post the music I listened to this year the inevitable response is like “haha Infinite you just now listenin to blah blah blah” but I guarantee there’s no way all of you could’ve given full attention to every quality release of the golden age.  There’s not even enough hours in the day and some may have not even been born when it was released.  So I say that to say this—while ya’ll was fuccin wit the inferior music from an inferior era above I gave my attention to uncovering more gems from the past...

O.G.C — The Storm
Gangstarr - Hard to Earn
Black Rob - Life Story
Soopafly - Dat Whoopty Woo
Heltah Skeltah - Knocturnal
Black Moon - Enta da Stage
Whodini - Back in Black
Nas - I Am
Rakim - 18th Letter
Noreaga - N.O.R.E


Same way with Sports really... I’d rather watch an old Tyson fight on YouTube then watch that shitty Anthony Joshua (A.J = Always Jab) Ruiz 2 fight that got a lot of press.  And if not for Pat Mahomes being with the Chiefs I would pretty much be done with the new NFL, NBA, and MLB I’d rather watch and old Bulls game from the 90’s or late 80’s Pistons/Lakers on Youtube

I do agree with you, but damn those Gems you mentioned I would have thought you would have heard them YEARS ago, I know you've been on this forum for ages like me lol.

exactly
 

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Re: YOUR TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2019
« Reply #23 on: January 07, 2020, 04:29:47 AM »
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Re: YOUR TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2019
« Reply #24 on: January 08, 2020, 04:53:16 AM »
I agree on the post about older rap to an extent (I got that Soopafly album last year too!).  I mean, only recently have I purchased and heard a Spice 1 album in full for the first time, and the majority of music I have bought over the past few years has been older releases, but I do balance it out by purchasing a few new albums too.

On this topic, I'm surprised no one has Tyler, the Creator's IGOR album listed in their top 10.  I thought it was a fantastic album and a strong highlight from last year.