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Sputnik Hip-hop

Because people always say there are no real hip-hop fans on Sputnik, and that all the hip-hop lists feature the same 10 albums. If there are any hip- hop fans here on Sputnik, jump in and say something.
1Evitan
Speed of Life


Members of both Black Sheep and A Tribe Called Quest put out the best 2012 hip-
hop record you've never heard.
2Gang Starr
Hard To Earn


Premo shit. It could've been the best hip-hop album of its year if it weren't
released in 1994.
3Killer Mike
R.A.P. Music


Personal album of the year contender.
4LL Cool J
Mama Said Knock You Out


Overlooked classic. Title track is bomb.
5Mackelmore
The Language of My World


Excellent backpack rap. Don't overlook it.
6M.O.P.
Warriorz


ANTE UP.
7Reflection Eternal
Train of Thought


Funny how people listen to Black Star, and listen to both Mos Def and Talib Kweli's solo
albums, and absolutely miss this one. Out of the collective discography of the two
rappers, this album ranks in the top 3, without a doubt.
8RZA
The Man With The Iron Fists


Excellent compilation of 2012 hip-hop. Hope the new Wu album exceeds it.
9Scarface
The Diary


See the description for 'Hard To Earn'.
10Viktor Vaughn
Vaudeville Villain


Maybe MF Doom's darkest album. And one of the more overlooked ones of his
prodigious career.
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