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  • Eminem, RecoveryRecovery
    Recovery, Eminem's seventh album was initially planned as a continuation of Relapse but is notably different from it in its content: there is less severe introspection on Recovery and more Eminem’s honest stories about himself
    Eminem, 2010
    • Hardcore Hip Hop
    • Hip Hop
    • Pop Rap
  • Kendrick Lamar, The Heart Part 4The Heart Part 4
    • Hardcore Hip Hop
    • West Coast Hip Hop
  • Nicki Minaj, Pink FridayPink Friday
    The main of Nicki Minaj's weapons is the great rapping that helps her express the entire emotional spectrum, be tough or soft, serious or funny. The singles from her debut album Pink Friday have already become incredibly successful
    • Contemporary R&B
    • Gangsta Rap
    • Pop
    • Pop Rap
  • Eminem, Curtain Call: The HitsCurtain Call: The Hits
    Eminem finally dishes out Curtain Call: The Hits. It is an album that takes you from 1999-2005, and gives you a little taste of what's to come. Let's all hope that this isn't really the final curtain call for the multi-talented rapper
    Eminem, 2005
    • Hardcore Hip Hop
    • Hip Hop
  • Wu-Tang, The Saga ContinuesThe Saga Continues
    Wu-Tang, 2017
    • Conscious Hip Hop
    • East Coast Hip Hop
    • Boom Bap
  • Eminem, The Marshall Mathers LP2The Marshall Mathers LP2
    Eminem, 2013
    • Rap Rock
    • Hardcore Hip Hop
    • Pop Rap
  • Eminem, RelapseRelapse
    Eminem's sixth studio creation is fully devoted to the themes of drug addiction recovery, introspection and facing his own demons. It is produced by Dr. Dre who has maked Eminem feel free to a full extent in writing new lyrics and melodies
    Eminem, 2009
    • Hardcore Hip Hop
    • Hip Hop
    • Horrorcore
  • French Montana, Jungle RulesJungle Rules
    • East Coast Hip Hop
    • Gangsta Rap
    • Pop Rap
  • Kanye West, YeezusYeezus
    • Hardcore Hip Hop
    • Pop Rap
  • Dr. Dre, ComptonCompton
    Dr. Dre, 2015
    • Hardcore Hip Hop
    • West Coast Hip Hop
  • 50 Cent, CurtisCurtis
    Just like any of 50 Cent's previous albums Curtis is a strategically considered record. It appeals to the masses but at the same time manages to sidestep a whole bunch of mainstream traps
    50 Cent, 2007
    • East Coast Hip Hop
    • Gangsta Rap
    • Pop Rap
  • Meyhem Lauren & DJ Muggs, Gems From The EquinoxGems From The Equinox
    • East Coast Hip Hop
    • Hardcore Hip Hop
    • Boom Bap
  • Vince Staples, Big Fish TheoryBig Fish Theory
    • Experimental Hip Hop
    • Hardcore Hip Hop
    • West Coast Hip Hop
  • Future, FUTUREFUTURE
    Future, 2017
    • Gangsta Rap
    • Pop Rap
    • Southern Hip Hop
  • Kanye West, G.O.O.D. Music: Cruel SummerG.O.O.D. Music: Cruel Summer
    Kanye West's new release G.O.O.D. Music: Cruel Summer is one more collection he recorded together with a lot of popular hip hop performers. As usual, it is hit-loaded, high-class and breath-stealing
    • Hardcore Hip Hop
    • Pop Rap
  • 50 Cent, Get Rich or Die Tryin'Get Rich or Die Tryin'
    50 Cent, 2003
    • East Coast Hip Hop
    • Gangsta Rap
    • Hardcore Hip Hop
    • Pop Rap
  • Eminem, The Eminem ShowThe Eminem Show
    Eminem, 2002
    • Hardcore Hip Hop
    • Hip Hop
    • Political Hip Hop
    • Pop Rap
  • Bad Meets Evil, Hell: The SequelHell: The Sequel
    The Bad Meets Evil duet and its debut Hell: The Sequel are interesting mostly owing to featuring Eminem, who is reputed for ignoring all kinds of collaborations
    • Hardcore Hip Hop
    • Pop Rap
  • T.I., KingKing
    With cameos from Common, Pharrell Williams and Young Jeezy as well as Travis Barker and Jamie Foxx, T.I.'s King is made up of equal parts club anthems, gripping street stories, and introspective cuts
    T.I., 2006
    • Dirty South
    • Gangsta Rap
    • Pop Rap
    • Southern Hip Hop
  • Big Sean, I Decided.I Decided.
    Big Sean, 2017
    • Hardcore Hip Hop
    • Pop Rap
  • Jay-Z, American GangsterAmerican Gangster
    American Gangster is a conceptual album dedicated to the life of gangsters, their personal struggles and feelings. Jay-Z's rap remains at the top, and the production team includes P Diddy, Jermaine Dupri, The Neptunes and many others
    Jay-Z, 2007
    • East Coast Hip Hop
    • Gangsta Rap
    • Pop Rap
  • Dr. Dre, 20012001
    Dr. Dre, 1999
    • Gangsta Rap
    • Hardcore Hip Hop
    • West Coast Hip Hop
  • Run the Jewels, Run the Jewels 3Run the Jewels 3
    • Hardcore Hip Hop
    • Political Hip Hop
  • Snoop Dogg, Neva LeftNeva Left
    • Gangsta Rap
    • G-Funk
    • West Coast Hip Hop
  • Eminem, The Marshall Mathers LPThe Marshall Mathers LP
    Eminem, 2000
    • Hardcore Hip Hop
    • Horrorcore
  • Lil Wayne, I Am Not a Human BeingI Am Not a Human Being
    You can limit Lil Wayne's freedom, but you can not limit the spreading of his music that easily. Even in prison Lil found an opportunity to prepare an album called I Am Not A Human Being
    Lil Wayne, 2010
    • Gangsta Rap
    • Pop Rap
    • Southern Hip Hop
  • Eminem, EncoreEncore
    Encore does prove one thing: that even half-trying, Eminem is still better than most of the rappers beside him with plenty of personality to spare. Encore actually imitates Eminem's manic, moody
    Eminem, 2004
    • Hardcore Hip Hop
    • Hip Hop
    • Pop Rap
  • Jay-Z, The Black AlbumThe Black Album
    Jay-Z, 2003
    • East Coast Hip Hop
    • Hardcore Hip Hop
    • Pop Rap
  • The Notorious B.I.G., Life After DeathLife After Death
    • Boom Bap
    • East Coast Hip Hop
    • Gangsta Rap
    • Hardcore Hip Hop
    • Pop Rap
  • Dr. Dre, The ChronicThe Chronic
    Dr. Dre, 1992
    • G-Funk
    • Gangsta Rap
    • West Coast Hip Hop
  • Snoop Dogg, DoggystyleDoggystyle
    • G-Funk
    • Gangsta Rap
    • Hip Hop
    • West Coast Hip Hop
  • The Notorious B.I.G., Greatest HitsGreatest Hits
    • East Coast Hip Hop
    • Gangsta Rap
    • Hardcore Hip Hop
  • The Notorious B.I.G., Duets: The Final ChapterDuets: The Final Chapter
    Since his passing, the Notorious B.I.G. has lived on through his posthumous releases, Born Again and the highly anticipated album, Duets: The Final Chapter. The 22-track set features songs built around unreleased Biggie music
    • East Coast Hip Hop
    • Gangsta Rap
    • Pop Rap
  • Wale, ShineShine
    Wale, 2017
    • East Coast Hip Hop
    • Boom Bap
    • Pop Rap
  • DJ Quik & Problem, RosecransRosecrans
    • G-Funk
    • West Coast Hip Hop
  • Eminem, The Slim Shady LPThe Slim Shady LP
    Eminem, 1999
    • Hardcore Hip Hop
    • Horrorcore
  • Busta Rhymes, The Big BangThe Big Bang
    After a 4-year break the New-York's rap headman Busta Rhymes has finally presented the audience with his new album, The Big Bang. It is a more progressive, up-to-date and stylish album having a variety of melodies and voices
    • East Coast Hip Hop
    • Hardcore Hip Hop
  • DJ Khaled, VictoryVictory
    DJ Khaled, 2010
    • Gangsta Rap
    • Hip Hop
    • Pop Rap
    • Southern Hip Hop
  • Common, Black America AgainBlack America Again
    Common, 2016
    • Conscious Hip Hop
    • Boom Bap
    • Pop Rap
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