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Five Recent Hip-hop Purchases

I knew what I was getting before purchase for the most part, but damn...
Only Built 4 Cuban Linx... Pt II

I love the Wu, but I gotta admit it, I had low hopes for this one. Ghost has been the only one doing anything relevent as of late, and I wasn't expecting Rae to be the one to make my jaw drop. Shit, was I wrong. Album of the year?
2Sean Price
Jesus Price Supastar

I had not heard of Sean Price until he opened for Raekwon in Philly. Bought this as soon as I found it and damn, son. This man kills a microphone. Got my respect at the show the moment he dropped the line "Where was I? Ah, yes. Shawn Carter is nice, but Sean Price is the best." The crowd responded with "Fuck Jay-Z!" chants that continued on through the show until Rae came on, and later paused between songs and politely told the crowd to chill with that.
The Slim Shady LP

May not be his best, but still my favorite. "Still Don't Give a Fuck" will remain the song I most identify and relate with until the day I die.
4Big L
Lifestylez Ov Da Poor and Dangerous

Don't let anyone tell you differently; Big L was, and will remain the most gangster MC to ever hold a mic. He's the epitome of that nigga ya know and fear from the block. Just listen to his lyrics. I wish Philly had the honor to call him ours. Not to mention that flow. RIP
Kiss of Death

The man's albums will never compare to his mixtapes, but what's not to love about his voice? It's just flat-out awesome.
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