Sunday, December 27, 2009

My Top 10 Albums of the Decade

#10 Nas "Stillmatic"
Nas got back at his critics with this album and shut allot of them up!

1 "Stillmatic (The Intro)"
2 "Ether"
3 "Got Ur Self A..."
4 "Smokin'"
5 "You're Da Man"
6 "Rewind"
7 "One Mic"
8 "2nd Childhood"
9 "Destroy & Rebuild"
10 "The Flyest"
11 "Rule"
12 "My Country"
13 "What Goes Around"
14 "Every Ghetto"

#9 The Game "The Documentary"
Resurrecting the west coast with this one The game dropped a classic with mentors Dr. Dre and 50 Cent

1 "Intro"
2 "Westside Story"
3 "Dreams"
4 "Hate It or Love It"
5 "Higher"
6 "How We Do"
7 "Don't Need Your Love"
8 "Church for Thugs"
9 "Put You on the Game"
10 "Start from Scratch"
11 "The Documentary"
12 "Runnin'"
13 "No More Fun and Games"
14 "We Ain't"
15 "Where I'm from"
16 "Special"
17 "Don't Worry"
18 "Like Father, Like Son"

#8 Prodigy Of Mobb Deep "H.N.I.C."
If you havent heard this cd then you were sleeping on a classic for real original beats and dope lyrics

1 "Bars & Hooks (Intro)"
2 "Genesis"
3 "Drive Thru (Skit)"
4 "Rock Dat Shit"
5 "What U Rep"
6 "Keep It Thoro"
7 "Can't Complain"
8 "Infamous Minded"
9 "Wanna Be Thugs"
10 "Three"
11 "Dealt With The Bullshit"
12 "Trials of Love"
13 "H.N.I.C."
14 "Be Cool (Skit)"
15 "Veteran's Memorial"
16 "Do It"
17 "Littles (Skit)"
18 "Y.B.E."
19 "Diamond"
20 "Gun Play"
21 "You Can Never Feel My Pain"
22 "H.N.I.C. (Outro)"

#7 Young Jeezy "Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101"
You dont really hear that much south rap artist with the lyrical know how as jeezy but dam he killed it with his debut album

1 "Thug Motivation 101"
2 "Standing Ovation"
3 "Gangsta Music"
4 "Let's Get It / Sky's the Limit"
5 "And Then What"
6 "Go Crazy"
7 "Last of a Dying Breed"
8 "My Hood"
9 "Bottom of the Map"
10 "Get Ya Mind Right"
11 "Trap Star"
12 "Bang"
13 "Don't Get Caught"
14 "Soul Survivor"
15 "Trap or Die"
16 "Tear It Up"
17 "That's How Ya Feel"
18 "Talk to Em"
19 "Air Forces" (Bonus Track)

#6 Jay-Z "The Blueprint"
Out of the the blueprint cd's this is the only one I can put in and let it run all the way threw and know all the lyrics to.

1 "The Ruler's Back"
2 "Takeover"
3 "Izzo (H.O.V.A.)"
4 "Girls, Girls, Girls"
5 "Jigga That Nigga"
6 "U Don't Know"
7 "Hola' Hovito"
8 "Heart of the City (Ain't No Love)"
9 "Never Change"
10 "Song Cry"
11 "All I Need"
12 "Renegade" (featuring Eminem)
13 "Blueprint (Momma Loves Me)"
Hidden Bonus Tracks
* "Breathe Easy (Lyrical Exercise)"
* "Girls, Girls, Girls" (Part 2)

#5 Kanye West "Graduation"
I dont like kanye at all but I couldnt argue with this album its just a classic

1. "Good Morning"
2. "Champion"
3. "Stronger"
4. "I Wonder"
5. "Good Life" (feat. T-Pain)
6. "Can't Tell Me Nothing"
7. "Barry Bonds" (feat. Lil Wayne)
8. "Drunk and Hot Girls" (feat. Mos Def)
9. "Flashing Lights" (feat. Dwele)
10. "Everything I Am"
11. "The Glory"
12. "Homecoming" (feat. Chris Martin)
13. "Big Brother"

#4 Clipse "Hell Hath No Fury"
They disappeared for a while having multiple disagreements with their label and after they settled that they drop this classic but it didnt sell so well it was voted best rap album you never heard in the decade that at least says something.

1. "We Got It for Cheap" (Intro)
2. "Momma I'm So Sorry"
3. "Mr. Me Too" (feat. Pharrell)
4. "Wamp Wamp (What It Do)" (feat. Slim Thug)
5. "Ride Around Shining" (feat. Ab-Liva)
6. "Dirty Money"
7. "Hello New World"
8. "Keys Open Doors"
9. "Ain't Cha" (feat. Re-Up Gang)
10. "Trill"
11. "Chinese New Year" (feat. Rosco P. Coldchain)
12. "Nightmares" (feat. Bilal and Pharrell)

#3 Lil Wayne "Tha Carter 3"
With The recording industry not selling anything! Wayne pretty much did the impossible selling over a million records in a week. with undoubtingly improving his lyrical content from the carter 2 this one will go down in history.

1. "3 Peat"
2. "Mr. Carter" (feat. Jay-Z)
3. "A Milli"
4. "Got Money" (feat. T-Pain)
5. "Comfortable" (feat. Babyface)
6. "Dr. Carter"
7. "Phone Home"
8. "Tie My Hands" (feat. Robin Thicke)
9. "Mrs. Officer" (feat. Bobby Valentino & Kidd Kidd1)
10. "Let the Beat Build"
11. "Shoot Me Down" (feat. D. Smith)
12. "Lollipop" (feat. Static Major)
13. "La La" (feat. Brisco & Busta Rhymes)
14. "Playing With Fire2" (feat. Betty Wright)
15. "You Ain't Got Nuthin" (feat. Juelz Santana & Fabolous)
16. "Don't Get It"

#2 50 Cent "Get Rich Or Die Tryin'"
The most successful debut album for a rapper ever! Dr.Dre and Eminem laced it with tight beats and guest appearances. Another album you can throw in and let run!

1. "Intro"
2. "What Up Gangsta"
3. "Patiently Waiting" (featuring Eminem)
4. "Many Men (Wish Death)"
5. "In da Club"
6. "High all the Time"
7. "Heat"
8. "If I Can't"
9. "Blood Hound" (featuring Young Buck)
10. "Back Down"
11. "P.I.M.P."
12. "Like My Style" (featuring Tony Yayo)
13. "Poor Lil Rich"
14. "21 Questions" (featuring Nate Dogg)
15. "Don't Push Me" (featuring Eminem & Lloyd Banks)
16. "Gotta Make It to Heaven"

#1 Eminem "The Marshall Mathers LP"
One of my picks for Emcee of the decade this album was everything you can hope of with a classic album!

1. "Public Service Announcement 2000 " (feat. Jeff Bass)
2. "Kill You"
3. "Stan" (feat. Dido)
4. "Paul" (skit)
5. "Who Knew"
6. "Steve Berman" (skit)
7. "The Way I Am"
8. "The Real Slim Shady"
9. "Remember Me?" (feat. RBX, Sticky Fingaz)
10. "I'm Back"
11. "Marshall Mathers"
12. "Ken Kaniff" (skit)
13. "Drug Ballad" (feat. Dina Rae)
14. "Amityville" (feat. Bizarre)
15. "Bitch Please II" (feat. Dr. Dre, Nate Dogg, Snoop Dogg, Xzibit)
16. "Kim "
17. "Under the Influence" (feat. D12)
18. "Criminal"

I know I left some albums out of course but these ones i actually bought and didnt download lol and all of them had at least 8 great songs on them if you disagree leave your top ten in the comments!

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