David Foster Wallace

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Hip-hoppin' Journey

a hippin' and a hoppin'
1 Public Enemy
It Takes A Million Nations To Hold Us Black

One of the best hip-hop albums ever made. strong on its message and the bomb squad killed on the beats. too bad new public enemy sucks
2Snoop Dogg

Took g-funk to the next level when it was still fresh and it had plenty of choice cuts when snoop was more hardcore
3Cypress Hill
Cypress Hill

Still makes my top 50 hip hop albums in the beats category....the rapping is pretty good to and you can't deny they were awesome on the choruses
4Geto Boys
Grip It! On That Other Level
5Boogie Down Productions
Criminal Minded

Ah, when KRS-One was still good and his opinions on hip-hop culture were still respectable
O.G. Original Gangster

Ice-t invented gangsta rap.....everybody else in someway or another copied his formula....rhyme syndicate bitch

screw Jay-Z, everybody knows nas and wu-tang clan were (and are) the kings of new york hip-hop. awesome comeback albums that comes to close to being as good as Illmatic
Rhyme Pays

more Ice-T love
9A Tribe Called Quest
The Low End Theory

a classic in jazz-rap and what a great way to kick-off q-tip's career

joint-smokin' southern rap bitches
11De La Soul
3 Feet High And Rising

The pinnacle of alternative hip-hop...a great way to get away from gangsta rap and posdnous was truly an innovative mc
Liquid Swords

instant classic
13House Of Pain
Same As it Ever Was

underrated hip-hop group known by the mass public for one song when really many of their songs could have been potential hits....better than the self-titled at the moment

still my favorite DOOM release...his new stuff(Born Like This) is too samey and stuff like King Gheedorah he hadn't really defined his style but Madvillain is still definitive DOOM
Rip The Jacker

Despite how annoying his voice is this man is a lyrical machine...too bad he didn't make it huge in the music biz
16The Last Emperor
Music, Magic, Myth

Worthy of checking out for sure....last emperor got crazy flows and metaphors
17 Chali 2na
Fish Outta Water

Chali 2na has a great voice for solo rapping and he may not be the most lyrically skilled...but his flows and beats make up for that
18 J-Zone
Pimps Don't Pay Taxes

j-zone is probably one of the funniest rappers i've heard....he also likes to use vocal samples as part of they rhyme...it's really good
19Tech N9ne
Everready (The Religion)

Jellysickle makes me lol
20 White
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