ITT: the most underrated rap albums of all time
Also, general rap album appreciation
I'll start, by far his best work
1: That's not hip hop.
2. It's utter trash.
Does being that autistic hurt?
Why this is not universally considered one of the greatest hip hop albums ever, I'll never know
One of my favorite mix tapes next to section 80 right here
Surprised I haven't seen this mentioned anywhere.
Pretty terrible album. If you've been following/listened to his mixtapes then it's generally the exact same formula and style as his last 3 or 4 tapes. I mean he works so much that his lines are literally the same shit over and over. I'd quote some now but I haven't listened to him since 1 or 2 years ago. Very, very average rapper, you gotta wonder why people put him and J cole in their top 5.
FUCK. YES. This has been slept on. I'm itching for Blaqkout 2.
<<< That being said, this is my submission.
Come on, Cole is nowhere near Kendrick's level.
>"These niggaz think they the shit but I ain't even farted yet"
Can't wait for all the J cole dickriders who love and praise him because he "speaks out". Lol, he's so boring.
I bumped this today and honestly was going to come home from work and say it was underrated as fuck. Is this a classic yet? I think it's essential 2000s core hip hop.
I didn't listen to this mostly because the who Game/50/G-Unit era gave me a bad taste in my mouth. But I listened to Documentary 2.5 and loved that shit. I wish I wasn't such a shitty teen because I would have listened to this and probably loved it in retrospect.
I have no doubt that it's as good as you think.
Actually underrated album coming through.
It's Blu's best and if you disagree you need to go back to Reddit.
>shitposting because I disagree
Butt hurt Kenny fan detected
Then how is this album underrated?
A 10/10 to me doesn't really exist. Some excellent hip hop albums to me would be muddy waters, tical, fear of a black planet.
>Not posting the best Kendrick