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My PERSONAL FAVORITE Top 100 Hip-Hop/Rap Albums Of All time: 1. MY BEAUTIFUL DARK TWISTED FANTASY 2. REASONABLE DOUBT 3. RODEO 4. MADVILLAINY 5. ENTER DA WU-TANG(36 CHAMBERS 6. THE BLUEPRINT 7. THE BLACK ALBUM 8. THE COLLEGE DROPOUT 9. GOOD KID MAAD CITY 10. MM...FOOD 11. ONLY BUILT 4 CUBAN LINX 12. LIQUID SWORDS 13. BE 14. ILLMATIC 15. 16. READY TO DIE 17. LIFE AFTER DEATH 18. BLACK ON BOTH SIDES 19. THE LOW END THEORY 20. THE LIFE OF PABLO 21. LATE REGISTRATION 22. TO PIMP A BUTTERFLY 23. THE INFAMOUS 24. IT WAS WRITTEN 25. ME AGAINST THE WORLD 26. PIÑATA 27. THE CHRONIC 28. 2001 29. GRADUATION 30. IRONMAN 31. SUPREME CLIENTELE 32. LIFESTYLES OF THE POOR AND DANGEROUS 33. A PEICE OF STRANGE 34. 7 DAY THEORY 35. 4:44 36. RUN THE JEWELS 3 37. ILLADELPH HALFLIFE 38. THINGS FALL APART 39. MIDNIGHT MARAUDERS 40. VOL 2... HARD KNOCK LIFE 41. ATLIENS 42. STANKONIA 43. THE MARSHALL MATHERS LP 44. YEEZUS 45. FLESH OF MY FLESH, BLOOD OF MY BLOOD 46. IT’S DARK AND HELL IS HOT 47. DAYTONA 48. DOGGYSTYLE 49. THE BLUEPRINT 3 50. AMERICAN GANGSTER 51. CAPITAL PUNISHMENT 52. BORN LIKE THIS 53. FLOWER BOY 54. 1999 55. ATROCITY EXHIBITION 56. TETSUO & YOUTH 57. WU-TANG FOREVER 58. SOUTHERNPLAYALISTICADILLACMUZIK 59. RUN THE JEWELS 60. LIKE WATER FOR CHOCOLATE 61. LORD WILLIN 62. KISS THE GAME GOODBYE 63. THE SLIM SHADY LP 64. RESURRECTION 65. DEATH CERTIFICATE 66. AT LOST LAST ASAP 67. WATCH THE THRONE 68. THE EMINEM SHOW 69. DAMN. 70. 808s & HEARTBREAK 71. TA1300 72. IGOR 73. VOL 1... IN MY LIFETIME 74. VOL 3... LIFE & TIMES OF S. CARTER 75. THE DYNASTY ROC LA FAMILIA 76. RUN THE JEWELS 3 77. STILLMATIC 78. LONG LIVE ASAP 79. THE BLUEPRINT 2 80. SOME RAP SONGS 81. BELOW THE HEAVANS 82. BANDANA 83. AMEKKKA’S MOST WANTED 84. I AM... 85. GOD’S SON 86. HELL ON EARTH 87. FOREST HILLS DRIVE 88. NOTHING WAS THE SAME 89. TAKE CARE 90. IF YOU’RE READING THIS IT’S TOO LATE 91. SECTION 80. 92. HOLY GRAIL... MAGNA CARTA 93. ASTROWORLD 94. YE 95. JEFFERY 96. STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON 97. GET RICH OR DIE TRYING 98. THANK ME LATER 99. VIEWS 100. MORE LIFE
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#ReasonableDoubt  is the debut studio album by American rapper #JayZ . It was released on June 25, 1996, by Roc-A-Fella Records andPriority Records. The album features production provided by #DJPremier#Ski ,#Knobody  and #ClarkKent , and also includes guest appearances from #MemphisBleek ,#MaryJBlige  and #TheNotoriousBIG ., among others. The album features #mafioso rap themes and gritty lyrics about the "hustler" lifestyle and material obsessions.In 1989, aspiring rapper Jay-Z was recruited by mentor #JazO to appear on his song "Hawaiian Sophie".He appeared on two more Jaz-O songs in the next year, but after Jaz-O was dropped from his record label, Jay-Z dealt drugs to support himself.He continued to pursue a rap career and appeared on two songs from Original Flavor's 1993 album Beyond Flavor. Jay-Z then caught Big Daddy Kane's attention and toured with him; they collaborated on Kane's 1994 posse cut "Show & Prove" along with Wu-Tang Clan'sOl' Dirty Bastard, Wu-Tang affiliate Shyheim,Sauce Money, and Scoob Lover.Reasonable Doubt debuted at number 23 on the US Billboard 200, on which it charted for 18 weeks. It was promoted with four singles including "Ain't No Nigga" and "Can't Knock the Hustle". Reasonable Doubt was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (#RIAA ) and,as of 2006, has sold 1.5 million copies in the United States.A critical success, it has been ranked on several publications' lists of the greatest rap albums ever, while many hip hop fans have viewed it as Jay-Z's best work. Tracklist: 1. Can’t Knock the Hustle ft. Mary J. Blige, #PainInDaAss 2. #PoliticsasUsual 3. Brooklyn’s Finest ft. The Notorious B.I.G 4. Dead Presidents II 5. #Feelin ’ It ft. #Mecca 6. D’Evils 7. 22 Two’s 8. Can I Live 9. #AintNoNigga ft. #FoxyBrown 10. #FriendorFoe 11. Coming of Age ft. Memphis Bleek 12. #CashmereThoughts 13. Bring It On ft. Jaz-O, Sauce Money 14. #Regrets 15. Can’t Knock the Hustle (Fool’s Paradise Remix) ft. Meli’sa Morgan 16. Can I Live II ft. #MemphisBleek
#ReasonableDoubt  is the debut studio album by American rapper #JayZ . It was released on June 25, 1996, by Roc-A-Fella Records andPriority Records. The album features production provided by #DJPremier#Ski ,#Knobody  and #ClarkKent , and also includes guest appearances from #MemphisBleek ,#MaryJBlige  and #TheNotoriousBIG ., among others. The album features #mafioso rap themes and gritty lyrics about the "hustler" lifestyle and material obsessions.In 1989, aspiring rapper Jay-Z was recruited by mentor #JazO to appear on his song "Hawaiian Sophie".He appeared on two more Jaz-O songs in the next year, but after Jaz-O was dropped from his record label, Jay-Z dealt drugs to support himself.He continued to pursue a rap career and appeared on two songs from Original Flavor's 1993 album Beyond Flavor. Jay-Z then caught Big Daddy Kane's attention and toured with him; they collaborated on Kane's 1994 posse cut "Show & Prove" along with Wu-Tang Clan'sOl' Dirty Bastard, Wu-Tang affiliate Shyheim,Sauce Money, and Scoob Lover.Reasonable Doubt debuted at number 23 on the US Billboard 200, on which it charted for 18 weeks. It was promoted with four singles including "Ain't No Nigga" and "Can't Knock the Hustle". Reasonable Doubt was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (#RIAA ) and,as of 2006, has sold 1.5 million copies in the United States.A critical success, it has been ranked on several publications' lists of the greatest rap albums ever, while many hip hop fans have viewed it as Jay-Z's best work. Tracklist: 1. Can’t Knock the Hustle ft. Mary J. Blige, #PainInDaAss 2. #PoliticsasUsual 3. Brooklyn’s Finest ft. The Notorious B.I.G 4. Dead Presidents II 5. #Feelin ’ It ft. #Mecca 6. D’Evils 7. 22 Two’s 8. Can I Live 9. #AintNoNigga ft. #FoxyBrown 10. #FriendorFoe 11. Coming of Age ft. Memphis Bleek 12. #CashmereThoughts 13. Bring It On ft. Jaz-O, Sauce Money 14. #Regrets 15. Can’t Knock the Hustle (Fool’s Paradise Remix) ft. Meli’sa Morgan 16. Can I Live II ft. #MemphisBleek
#ReasonableDoubt  is the debut studio album by American rapper #JayZ . It was released on June 25, 1996, by Roc-A-Fella Records andPriority Records. The album features production provided by #DJPremier#Ski ,#Knobody  and #ClarkKent , and also includes guest appearances from #MemphisBleek ,#MaryJBlige  and #TheNotoriousBIG ., among others. The album features #mafioso rap themes and gritty lyrics about the "hustler" lifestyle and material obsessions.In 1989, aspiring rapper Jay-Z was recruited by mentor #JazO to appear on his song "Hawaiian Sophie".He appeared on two more Jaz-O songs in the next year, but after Jaz-O was dropped from his record label, Jay-Z dealt drugs to support himself.He continued to pursue a rap career and appeared on two songs from Original Flavor's 1993 album Beyond Flavor. Jay-Z then caught Big Daddy Kane's attention and toured with him; they collaborated on Kane's 1994 posse cut "Show & Prove" along with Wu-Tang Clan'sOl' Dirty Bastard, Wu-Tang affiliate Shyheim,Sauce Money, and Scoob Lover.Reasonable Doubt debuted at number 23 on the US Billboard 200, on which it charted for 18 weeks. It was promoted with four singles including "Ain't No Nigga" and "Can't Knock the Hustle". Reasonable Doubt was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (#RIAA ) and,as of 2006, has sold 1.5 million copies in the United States.A critical success, it has been ranked on several publications' lists of the greatest rap albums ever, while many hip hop fans have viewed it as Jay-Z's best work. Tracklist: 1. Can’t Knock the Hustle ft. Mary J. Blige, #PainInDaAss 2. #PoliticsasUsual 3. Brooklyn’s Finest ft. The Notorious B.I.G 4. Dead Presidents II 5. #Feelin ’ It ft. #Mecca 6. D’Evils 7. 22 Two’s 8. Can I Live 9. #AintNoNigga ft. #FoxyBrown 10. #FriendorFoe 11. Coming of Age ft. Memphis Bleek 12. #CashmereThoughts 13. Bring It On ft. Jaz-O, Sauce Money 14. #Regrets 15. Can’t Knock the Hustle (Fool’s Paradise Remix) ft. Meli’sa Morgan 16. Can I Live II ft. #MemphisBleek
#ReasonableDoubt  is the debut studio album by American rapper #JayZ . It was released on June 25, 1996, by Roc-A-Fella Records andPriority Records. The album features production provided by #DJPremier#Ski ,#Knobody  and #ClarkKent , and also includes guest appearances from #MemphisBleek ,#MaryJBlige  and #TheNotoriousBIG ., among others. The album features #mafioso rap themes and gritty lyrics about the "hustler" lifestyle and material obsessions.In 1989, aspiring rapper Jay-Z was recruited by mentor #JazO to appear on his song "Hawaiian Sophie".He appeared on two more Jaz-O songs in the next year, but after Jaz-O was dropped from his record label, Jay-Z dealt drugs to support himself.He continued to pursue a rap career and appeared on two songs from Original Flavor's 1993 album Beyond Flavor. Jay-Z then caught Big Daddy Kane's attention and toured with him; they collaborated on Kane's 1994 posse cut "Show & Prove" along with Wu-Tang Clan'sOl' Dirty Bastard, Wu-Tang affiliate Shyheim,Sauce Money, and Scoob Lover.Reasonable Doubt debuted at number 23 on the US Billboard 200, on which it charted for 18 weeks. It was promoted with four singles including "Ain't No Nigga" and "Can't Knock the Hustle". Reasonable Doubt was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (#RIAA ) and,as of 2006, has sold 1.5 million copies in the United States.A critical success, it has been ranked on several publications' lists of the greatest rap albums ever, while many hip hop fans have viewed it as Jay-Z's best work. Tracklist: 1. Can’t Knock the Hustle ft. Mary J. Blige, #PainInDaAss 2. #PoliticsasUsual 3. Brooklyn’s Finest ft. The Notorious B.I.G 4. Dead Presidents II 5. #Feelin ’ It ft. #Mecca 6. D’Evils 7. 22 Two’s 8. Can I Live 9. #AintNoNigga ft. #FoxyBrown 10. #FriendorFoe 11. Coming of Age ft. Memphis Bleek 12. #CashmereThoughts 13. Bring It On ft. Jaz-O, Sauce Money 14. #Regrets 15. Can’t Knock the Hustle (Fool’s Paradise Remix) ft. Meli’sa Morgan 16. Can I Live II ft. #MemphisBleek
#ReasonableDoubt  is the debut studio album by American rapper #JayZ . It was released on June 25, 1996, by Roc-A-Fella Records andPriority Records. The album features production provided by #DJPremier#Ski ,#Knobody  and #ClarkKent , and also includes guest appearances from #MemphisBleek ,#MaryJBlige  and #TheNotoriousBIG ., among others. The album features #mafioso rap themes and gritty lyrics about the "hustler" lifestyle and material obsessions.In 1989, aspiring rapper Jay-Z was recruited by mentor #JazO to appear on his song "Hawaiian Sophie".He appeared on two more Jaz-O songs in the next year, but after Jaz-O was dropped from his record label, Jay-Z dealt drugs to support himself.He continued to pursue a rap career and appeared on two songs from Original Flavor's 1993 album Beyond Flavor. Jay-Z then caught Big Daddy Kane's attention and toured with him; they collaborated on Kane's 1994 posse cut "Show & Prove" along with Wu-Tang Clan'sOl' Dirty Bastard, Wu-Tang affiliate Shyheim,Sauce Money, and Scoob Lover.Reasonable Doubt debuted at number 23 on the US Billboard 200, on which it charted for 18 weeks. It was promoted with four singles including "Ain't No Nigga" and "Can't Knock the Hustle". Reasonable Doubt was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (#RIAA ) and,as of 2006, has sold 1.5 million copies in the United States.A critical success, it has been ranked on several publications' lists of the greatest rap albums ever, while many hip hop fans have viewed it as Jay-Z's best work. Tracklist: 1. Can’t Knock the Hustle ft. Mary J. Blige, #PainInDaAss 2. #PoliticsasUsual 3. Brooklyn’s Finest ft. The Notorious B.I.G 4. Dead Presidents II 5. #Feelin ’ It ft. #Mecca 6. D’Evils 7. 22 Two’s 8. Can I Live 9. #AintNoNigga ft. #FoxyBrown 10. #FriendorFoe 11. Coming of Age ft. Memphis Bleek 12. #CashmereThoughts 13. Bring It On ft. Jaz-O, Sauce Money 14. #Regrets 15. Can’t Knock the Hustle (Fool’s Paradise Remix) ft. Meli’sa Morgan 16. Can I Live II ft. #MemphisBleek
#ReasonableDoubt  is the debut studio album by American rapper #JayZ . It was released on June 25, 1996, by Roc-A-Fella Records andPriority Records. The album features production provided by #DJPremier#Ski ,#Knobody  and #ClarkKent , and also includes guest appearances from #MemphisBleek ,#MaryJBlige  and #TheNotoriousBIG ., among others. The album features #mafioso rap themes and gritty lyrics about the "hustler" lifestyle and material obsessions.In 1989, aspiring rapper Jay-Z was recruited by mentor #JazO to appear on his song "Hawaiian Sophie".He appeared on two more Jaz-O songs in the next year, but after Jaz-O was dropped from his record label, Jay-Z dealt drugs to support himself.He continued to pursue a rap career and appeared on two songs from Original Flavor's 1993 album Beyond Flavor. Jay-Z then caught Big Daddy Kane's attention and toured with him; they collaborated on Kane's 1994 posse cut "Show & Prove" along with Wu-Tang Clan'sOl' Dirty Bastard, Wu-Tang affiliate Shyheim,Sauce Money, and Scoob Lover.Reasonable Doubt debuted at number 23 on the US Billboard 200, on which it charted for 18 weeks. It was promoted with four singles including "Ain't No Nigga" and "Can't Knock the Hustle". Reasonable Doubt was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (#RIAA ) and,as of 2006, has sold 1.5 million copies in the United States.A critical success, it has been ranked on several publications' lists of the greatest rap albums ever, while many hip hop fans have viewed it as Jay-Z's best work. Tracklist: 1. Can’t Knock the Hustle ft. Mary J. Blige, #PainInDaAss 2. #PoliticsasUsual 3. Brooklyn’s Finest ft. The Notorious B.I.G 4. Dead Presidents II 5. #Feelin ’ It ft. #Mecca 6. D’Evils 7. 22 Two’s 8. Can I Live 9. #AintNoNigga ft. #FoxyBrown 10. #FriendorFoe 11. Coming of Age ft. Memphis Bleek 12. #CashmereThoughts 13. Bring It On ft. Jaz-O, Sauce Money 14. #Regrets 15. Can’t Knock the Hustle (Fool’s Paradise Remix) ft. Meli’sa Morgan 16. Can I Live II ft. #MemphisBleek
#ReasonableDoubt  is the debut studio album by American rapper #JayZ . It was released on June 25, 1996, by Roc-A-Fella Records andPriority Records. The album features production provided by #DJPremier#Ski ,#Knobody  and #ClarkKent , and also includes guest appearances from #MemphisBleek ,#MaryJBlige  and #TheNotoriousBIG ., among others. The album features #mafioso rap themes and gritty lyrics about the "hustler" lifestyle and material obsessions.In 1989, aspiring rapper Jay-Z was recruited by mentor #JazO to appear on his song "Hawaiian Sophie".He appeared on two more Jaz-O songs in the next year, but after Jaz-O was dropped from his record label, Jay-Z dealt drugs to support himself.He continued to pursue a rap career and appeared on two songs from Original Flavor's 1993 album Beyond Flavor. Jay-Z then caught Big Daddy Kane's attention and toured with him; they collaborated on Kane's 1994 posse cut "Show & Prove" along with Wu-Tang Clan'sOl' Dirty Bastard, Wu-Tang affiliate Shyheim,Sauce Money, and Scoob Lover.Reasonable Doubt debuted at number 23 on the US Billboard 200, on which it charted for 18 weeks. It was promoted with four singles including "Ain't No Nigga" and "Can't Knock the Hustle". Reasonable Doubt was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (#RIAA ) and,as of 2006, has sold 1.5 million copies in the United States.A critical success, it has been ranked on several publications' lists of the greatest rap albums ever, while many hip hop fans have viewed it as Jay-Z's best work. Tracklist: 1. Can’t Knock the Hustle ft. Mary J. Blige, #PainInDaAss 2. #PoliticsasUsual 3. Brooklyn’s Finest ft. The Notorious B.I.G 4. Dead Presidents II 5. #Feelin ’ It ft. #Mecca 6. D’Evils 7. 22 Two’s 8. Can I Live 9. #AintNoNigga ft. #FoxyBrown 10. #FriendorFoe 11. Coming of Age ft. Memphis Bleek 12. #CashmereThoughts 13. Bring It On ft. Jaz-O, Sauce Money 14. #Regrets 15. Can’t Knock the Hustle (Fool’s Paradise Remix) ft. Meli’sa Morgan 16. Can I Live II ft. #MemphisBleek
#ReasonableDoubt  is the debut studio album by American rapper #JayZ . It was released on June 25, 1996, by Roc-A-Fella Records andPriority Records. The album features production provided by #DJPremier#Ski ,#Knobody  and #ClarkKent , and also includes guest appearances from #MemphisBleek ,#MaryJBlige  and #TheNotoriousBIG ., among others. The album features #mafioso rap themes and gritty lyrics about the "hustler" lifestyle and material obsessions.In 1989, aspiring rapper Jay-Z was recruited by mentor #JazO to appear on his song "Hawaiian Sophie".He appeared on two more Jaz-O songs in the next year, but after Jaz-O was dropped from his record label, Jay-Z dealt drugs to support himself.He continued to pursue a rap career and appeared on two songs from Original Flavor's 1993 album Beyond Flavor. Jay-Z then caught Big Daddy Kane's attention and toured with him; they collaborated on Kane's 1994 posse cut "Show & Prove" along with Wu-Tang Clan'sOl' Dirty Bastard, Wu-Tang affiliate Shyheim,Sauce Money, and Scoob Lover.Reasonable Doubt debuted at number 23 on the US Billboard 200, on which it charted for 18 weeks. It was promoted with four singles including "Ain't No Nigga" and "Can't Knock the Hustle". Reasonable Doubt was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (#RIAA ) and,as of 2006, has sold 1.5 million copies in the United States.A critical success, it has been ranked on several publications' lists of the greatest rap albums ever, while many hip hop fans have viewed it as Jay-Z's best work. Tracklist: 1. Can’t Knock the Hustle ft. Mary J. Blige, #PainInDaAss 2. #PoliticsasUsual 3. Brooklyn’s Finest ft. The Notorious B.I.G 4. Dead Presidents II 5. #Feelin ’ It ft. #Mecca 6. D’Evils 7. 22 Two’s 8. Can I Live 9. #AintNoNigga ft. #FoxyBrown 10. #FriendorFoe 11. Coming of Age ft. Memphis Bleek 12. #CashmereThoughts 13. Bring It On ft. Jaz-O, Sauce Money 14. #Regrets 15. Can’t Knock the Hustle (Fool’s Paradise Remix) ft. Meli’sa Morgan 16. Can I Live II ft. #MemphisBleek
#ReasonableDoubt  is the debut studio album by American rapper #JayZ . It was released on June 25, 1996, by Roc-A-Fella Records andPriority Records. The album features production provided by #DJPremier#Ski ,#Knobody  and #ClarkKent , and also includes guest appearances from #MemphisBleek ,#MaryJBlige  and #TheNotoriousBIG ., among others. The album features #mafioso rap themes and gritty lyrics about the "hustler" lifestyle and material obsessions.In 1989, aspiring rapper Jay-Z was recruited by mentor #JazO to appear on his song "Hawaiian Sophie".He appeared on two more Jaz-O songs in the next year, but after Jaz-O was dropped from his record label, Jay-Z dealt drugs to support himself.He continued to pursue a rap career and appeared on two songs from Original Flavor's 1993 album Beyond Flavor. Jay-Z then caught Big Daddy Kane's attention and toured with him; they collaborated on Kane's 1994 posse cut "Show & Prove" along with Wu-Tang Clan'sOl' Dirty Bastard, Wu-Tang affiliate Shyheim,Sauce Money, and Scoob Lover.Reasonable Doubt debuted at number 23 on the US Billboard 200, on which it charted for 18 weeks. It was promoted with four singles including "Ain't No Nigga" and "Can't Knock the Hustle". Reasonable Doubt was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (#RIAA ) and,as of 2006, has sold 1.5 million copies in the United States.A critical success, it has been ranked on several publications' lists of the greatest rap albums ever, while many hip hop fans have viewed it as Jay-Z's best work. Tracklist: 1. Can’t Knock the Hustle ft. Mary J. Blige, #PainInDaAss 2. #PoliticsasUsual 3. Brooklyn’s Finest ft. The Notorious B.I.G 4. Dead Presidents II 5. #Feelin ’ It ft. #Mecca 6. D’Evils 7. 22 Two’s 8. Can I Live 9. #AintNoNigga ft. #FoxyBrown 10. #FriendorFoe 11. Coming of Age ft. Memphis Bleek 12. #CashmereThoughts 13. Bring It On ft. Jaz-O, Sauce Money 14. #Regrets 15. Can’t Knock the Hustle (Fool’s Paradise Remix) ft. Meli’sa Morgan 16. Can I Live II ft. #MemphisBleek
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