Hustler Musik

The XXL music department is at its collective wit’s end. Trying to put together a decent review section has proved especially difficult lately. There have been a few bright spots (Weezy, we see you!), but for the most part, creative stagnation combined with the pressure to go pop have made for a hip-hop industry beleaguered by release-date delays and sagging with mediocre product. The only thing that’s kept us sane during the drought has been a steady supply of street albums. Unlike traditional mixtapes, street albums focus on one artist and feature never-before-heard freestyles and songs that skip the editing stages of the fickle recording industry. With no samples cleared and complete creative freedom, the artists can be artists again: Some of the greatest verses of all time live on these black-market beauties. As a service to our faithful readers, we’ve decided to compile a list of our top 20 artist-driven mixtapes—the ones that remind us what got us so amped about this rap shit in the first place. So without further ado, here are our picks. See you on the message boards, haters.

20. The Mix Tape Messiah, Chamillionaire
20.jpgHouston had more than a problem in late ’04—it had an all-out war of words. Having absorbed repeated barbs from Mike Jones, Chamillionaire took the gloves off and served up this monumental three-disc set. Over the course of 61 tracks, the former Swishahouse rep whipped “Dyke Jones” into submission with a series of Kunta Kinte–themed skits and numerous lyrical lashings. The sirloin on the grill added to the Texas town’s already sizzling heat, and drew the attention of major labels. Less than a year later, Universal ushered Cham into the national marketplace with The Sound of Revenge.

19. You Know What It Is, Vol. 3, The Game (Nu Jerzey Devil and DJ Skee)
19.jpg Last year, after his inauspicious ousting from G-Unit, Game embarked on a one-man crusade to defame his former crew. Starting with You Know What It Is, Vol. 3, the Compton, Calif., controversy magnet touched on everything from 50’s purported penchant for snitchin’ to Olivia’s masculinity. Diss tutorials like “Play the Game,” “Poison Bananas” and “Down”stung, but the icing on the cake was definitely “300 Bars N Runnin,” where Game took it to 50 and co. for nearly 15 minutes of lyrical G-G-G-G-Unot!

18. Tha Boss, Vol. 1, Slim Thug
slim.jpg What’s beef? Beef is when members of your own crew bootleg ya shit. Faced with that reality, in 2001, Slim Thug pulled the cards of some former friends who were guzzlin’ haterade. Choppin’ and screwin’ instrumentals to timeless disses like “Ether,” “Takeover” and “Hit ’Em Up,” Thugga dropped dime on the wanksta ways of ex-comrades Big Pic, Lil Mario and AD—seemingly turning the entire state of Texas against them. But the knockout punch came courtesy of “Trash,” when the Big Boss Hogg hit height-deficient Mario below the belt (“Midget-ass nigga, comb ya nappy-ass hair/You shop in the boys section, wear cartoon underwear”).

17. In Da Streets, Pt. 3, T.I. & P$C
17.jpg After parting ways with Arista in 2002, T.I. had no choice but to hustle his flow on a grassroots level. While the first two installments of the In Da Streets series were hugely successful in and around the ATL, it wasn’t until 2003’s Pt. 3 that major-label execs started paying attention. With the infectious trap anthem “24’s” blowing up all across the South, T.I. had a bargaining chip worth its weight in gold. Add bangers like “Reakshon,” “In Da ‘A’” and “Dope Boys (Remix),” featuring Foxy Brown, and you have a label deal with Atlantic Records—and the makings of a King.

16. Mood Muzik 2: Can It Get Any Worse?, Joe Budden (DJ On Point)
16.jpg Although Joe Budden’s 2003 Def Jam debut was heavily slept on, his well-crafted street discs have always drawn attention. Released in winter ’05, Mood Muzik 2 showcased the New Jersey spitter’s intense passion and introspective candor—covering weighty topics like incest (“Three Sides to a Story”), baby-mama drama (“Are You in That Mood Yet”) and the prospect of the rapper’s own demise (“If I Die Tomorrow”). It doesn’t get much better.

15. Public Enemy #1: Who Shot Ya?!!, Beanie Sigel (DJ Green Lantern)
15.jpg Spurred by persistent legal problems that culminated in his October 2004 drug and weapons conviction, Beans went jackin’ for classics—Tribe’s “Scenario,” Biggie’s “Who Shot Ya” and Eric B. and Rakim’s “I Ain’t No Joke”—and delivered some of the most aggressive music of his career. On “Can’t Stop the Reign” he let us know what his life’s like (“Niggas wanna shoot me/D.A. tryin’ to prosecute me/Lose me—in the system/Stuck in prison with male groupies/Visits, commissary slips, cartons of loosies”). Shit’s real.

14. The Best of Saigon A.K.A. The Yardfather, Vol. 1, Saigon (DJ Whoo Kid and DJ Kay Slay)
14.jpg On the scene for less than two years, Sai Giddy had the audacity to drop a “best of” collection in the summer of ’01. Cosigned by two of the game’s top DJs, the unsigned rookie validated his “hottest new nigga on the street” boasts by unveiling now-classic bangers like “Favorite Things,” “If… (My Mommy)” and “Contraband (Remix).” With production from Alchemist, DJ Honda and Mark Ronson, the Brooklyn MC even dug up the Fugees’ incarcerated scarface John Forté to spit 16 bars on “Endangered Species.” Favorite track? The one where Carlito says Sai’s the next Nas.

13. Money in the Bank, Lloyd Banks (DJ Whoo Kid)
13.jpgIn the wake of his mentor 50 Cent’s monstrous debut, Lloyd Banks added to his Queens, N.Y., clique’s arsenal with his solo contribution to the G-Unit Collectors Edition mixtape series. After delivering some of the best bars of his career on tracks like “No Mercy,” “Party Over Here” and “Air Your Ass Out,” the brash young punch line champ held nothing back as he took shots at Murder Inc. on “What Goes Around” (“Ya top seller gets raped for his shine/Either I’m blind/ Or Ashanti’s sideburns is thicker than mine”).
12. Legend Series, Bun B (DJ Drama)
12.jpg In the summer of 2004, Big Bun teamed up with DJ Drama and kicked off a spree of cameos that would make Busta Rhymes look lazy. Pushing his “Free Pimp C” campaign, the Texas vet reasserted his royal status alongside Slim Thug and T.I. on the majestic “3 Kings.” With a new generation of Southern stars like Young Buck, Juvenile, Paul Wall, Young Jeezy and Chamillionaire paying homage via guest verses, Bun kept it trill by reppin’ UGK for life.

11. We Got It 4 Cheap, Vol. 2, Clipse (Clinton Sparks)
11.jpg The follow-up to the Virginia blood brothers’ first street offering hit hard in September of ’05. With the help of mixtape virtuoso Sparks, Pusha T and Malice ransacked a bevy of choice instrumentals, including Juelz Santana’s “Mic Check,” on which Pusha scolded crack rap new jacks (“Niggas is biters, we let you slide with your writings/We knew that cocaine talk was not like you/But who goes as far as trying to dress like ’em?/One sequined glove can never make you Michael”). Cot damn!

10. Dedication, Lil Wayne (DJ Drama)
10.jpg Before Tha Carter II turned doubters into believers, Lil Wayne threw DJ Drama more than 20 exclusive tracks to get the streets on his side. In spring 2005, the New Orleans native put his adolescent Hot Boy musings to the side and replaced them with intricate spins on his everyday hustle. Weezy also dispelled rumors of his signing to Def Jam and solidified his standing as a boss in his own right—and as an elite-level MC who can no longer be written off as a bling-obsessed novelty.

Find out who made the top 9 in the September 2006 issue of XXL (#84).
  • http://lyrisuisjairusyahoo.com young chuck

    cant hate some are those where sick but buddens and games should have at least got drop 2 or 3 more spots

  • atdogg

    drama and tip all ova this list!!!!!
    u already slow!!!!!!11

  • south texas putos

    you know the list aint right the second you saw joe budden on it. I hope z-ro gangstafied is somewhere on it if not, fuck yall cuz its that ghetto dope processed in HOUSTON TEXAS!!!!!!

  • LONZO

    The games shit should of been top 10 but it is XXL so u already know their gona be dick ridin gay-unit so thers gona be a bunch of 50 snitch shit on there. Fuk XXL I’m fukin tired of them dry humpin g_unit I’m goin back to the source!

  • http://hypebeast.com/lupefiasco 2chéLupe

    ….godwilling

  • Man!e

    Nas, Jay-z, Big, BDK, Pun should be in the list

  • Man!e

    you guys at XXL MAG arn’t no teenager anymore so i guess that you guys know Immortal Technique, MF Doom, Masta Ace are much better mc’s then The Game, 50 Cent, Can’Ron why do you give them loser so much love is sales that great?

  • Danja29

    MAN!E… you’re kinda missin’ the point here.

    The list is for mixtapes that were heavy on the street level. Therefore, Pun, Kane, Nas, Doom, Ace, etc. wouldn’t count because they never dropped mixtapes.

    And yeah, I know #1 is gonna be ‘No Mercy No Fear’ or somethin’ like that. But for real, I wouldn’t even argue that point.

  • D-Boy

    Good list. Got rappers from da west all the way to da south. G-Unit killed it.

  • John

    MONEY IN THE BANK
    LLOYD BANKS IS THA SHIT FUK THE GAME

  • Mrs.Jones

    Good Choices but one thing is wrong why tha fuck is Chamillionaire on there!!??!! That nigga suckz!!

  • FarUk

    man fuck game why the fuck is he even in their hes garbage. All he talks about is how much of a gangsta he is. He was wearin g-unit hats sweaters shoes shoutin out g unit and now hes sayin fuck g-unit. Hes confused

  • FarUk

    only niggas that even fuck wit game are the niggas who dont like g-unit, Game is like their hater role model. The only like him cause he dont like who they dont like.

  • New York Nigga

    ^ that confusing anyway who da fuk iz judging these mixtapes? 45 yr old niggaz?

  • http://www.xxlmag.com stephen

    the love for dipset is well deserved, at least there’s someone out there not papoose (worse than a new orleans bounce artist) dick-riding and those other so-called new york saviors.

  • DJ N-Credible

    Weezy be putting out mix tapes that are worthy of being albums…lol his mixtapes are better than a lot of niggas albums

  • TORRY

    i like bun b, but that mixtape was not poppin’. and that joe budden should have been in the top 5

  • peezy the jet-eye

    dedication 2 better be in the top 8!!!!!! and y’all played my dude buddens, that mood muzic is something serious…. and wayne’s mixtapes are better than his own albums much less any one else.

  • PJeezy

    Da South on there deep!!!

  • ace

    i like game top 15 mc but banks deserves that spot

  • kuntry

    Man da south run dis mixtape shit cant nobody get wit da south when it comes 2 mixtapes!

  • Locc to tha brain

    All of those are gay

  • Flex

    gitt off tha south dick!! (XXL)

  • Da King J-Hosa

    man fuck mrs.jones u dont know a good mixtape nigga…that chamillionare mixtape sold everywhere and is still gettin sold people still bump that mixtape me being one of them so stop hatin on texas

  • http://XXLmag.com westside story

    This is a good lineup but Game and LLoyd Bnak$ should hsve had the top `10 cause they tight.

  • Albanian

    Game all the way, banks can suck a dick cuz he cant rap for shit. Lil wayne needs to suck some dick aswell.

  • Chris Villain

    Dang weezy Ain in the top 9…dedication 2 prolly in it then….I told yall Niggas Weezy F Baby is da Truth…..His mixapes will put most niggas albums to shame…..Best Rapper Alive…thought you knew

  • TYRONECAPONE

    THIS WAS OBJECTIVELY DONE SO I CAN’T HATE!

  • INTERSCOPE JACKSON

    Yeah my nigga Bank$ is the truth, good shit, that mo money in the Bank is vintage material

  • Dierezbitch

    yeah! u know dedication 2 coming for that number one spot

  • Rome

    Dedication and dedication 2 should be top ten. The suffix should be on the top twenty. Trap or Die should be on here too, if they put it in the top ten they ranked it too high.

  • Prince of the South

    All the hating needs to stop. Dipset and G-unit deserved to be where they were on the list. You have to look at when those records came out and the impact that they had on the mixtape game. Before only a handful of artist had mixtapes, but when Cam came out and sold a million and 50 sold 12 million everyone flooded the mixtape market b/c they found out that’s how they blew up. They deserve they props b/c the music was album quality which was unheard of at that time b/c then mixtapes were just a bunch of freestyles piled onto a cd. Now look at the game after they dropped. If the mixtape isn’t Lp quality then it gets no play.

  • http://www.myspace.com/dredogg167 black_wallstreet4eva

    All I gotta say is…300 Bars and Runnin’ is the best diss song EVER! But, hey…it’s just my humble opinion – I know and understand that people are gonna disagree.

  • Killa Cam

    Chamillionaire should have been in the top 5.

  • The Originator

    Why the fuck is T.I. and the Pussy Squad Click on this list.

  • Chris Villain

    the sufixx need to be in the top 20 for reals….shit top 10 cuz i cant stop listen to it….”Ime Blowin Up Fast….Now U NIggas Is SLowin Up Fast”….

  • hex

    IT’S SOUTHERN SMOKE YOU BASTARDS
    at least 20 hosted by master P or 1 the original

  • Lil’ Wayne’s # 1 Fan

    Dedication Needed to be No. 5 then
    No. 4- Dedication 2
    No. 3- The Suffix
    No. 2- The W. Carter Collection 2
    No. 1- The W. Carter Collection 1
    Thats how it should be. Lil’ Wayne Is The Best Rapper Alive! All Day Every Day!!!

  • LONZO

    300 BARS N RUNNIN!!!!!! That is one of the best hip hop songs ever made. Period. Listen to that shit b4 u judge too niggas! 15 minutes of pure murderin Gay-Unit. …….and clipse should of been top 10.

  • MsJrabbit

    I’ll tell yall what, “Dj whoo kid: 50 cent is the future” is number one. which is some bullshit. but of course XXL would be on 50′s dick. How come more Philly rappers mixtapes ain’t on the list tho? Ness, Cassidy, I mean what the fuck? Well At least “Jadakiss:The champ” is number 7. That shit was hot when it came out.

  • LilDeazu

    man yall niggas i good for puttin weezy at 10..but that nigga got so many mixtapes thats eatin niggas up…weezy’s the best and he aint gotta say it just listen bitches!!!!

  • SOUTHSIDE 13

    man all of these r gay except beans,clipse,bun,sai,and banks

  • http://www.ananzi.co.za PHONY YAYO

    YAL BETTA HAV..STOP SNICHIN STOP LYIN MIXTAPE UP AT NUMBA 2 ATLIST….

    BUT ITZ QUITE OBVIOUS DAT 50′S GUESS WHO’S BAC AT NUMBA 1….FOR 1NCE I AINT MAD AT YAL……KIP DOIN YO THING…

    GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG-UNOT

  • breezy

    That list is tight I bought the magazine today. To Lonzo. Take yo bitch ass back to the source then bitch.

  • Jersey

    putting mixtape messiah at #20 was a punk move. i would’ve rather you left him off the list completely than throw him behind the likes of lloyd banks and the game…jesus.

  • INTERSCOPE JACKSON

    Yeah mayn offcourse , 50 is # 1 , that mixtape is indeed classic he made himself pupular & got signed thru high quality mixtape material

    GGGGG-Unit

  • Mister B

    WHERE’S FAB LOSO’S WAY? THAT WAS A BANGER

  • AirlineGeneral

    yeah some aight mixtapes I haven’t heard them all but my nigga saigon is the shit I think he should have been dropped a few more spaces that mixtape straight fire next to his gangsta grillz mixtape “welcome to saigon” if you don’t have that you need to go get it

  • MIKE MURDA

    ANYTHING G UNIT PUT OUT CLASSICS ALL THE WHOO KID CDS

  • Cello

    THIS SHIT SHOULDNT EVEN BE A TOPIC BECAUSE EVERYONE KNOWS THAT LIL WAYNE,T.I,DIPSET,BANKS SHUTS THE MIXTAPE GAME DOWN.

  • King Deezy

    Who’s Number 1? Dedication 2, Lil’ Wayne?

  • Bigg C

    That list was all fucked up lil wayne should have had the #1 spot he’s not the best rapper but that record was sick stop hatin’ on wayne

  • lintus

    have yall heard the full the game presents black wall street
    that mixtape is better than all this fake mcs mixtaping bullshit

  • lintus

    any way i think xxl mag are going crazy now. all they want is lame people like you to come here and talk shit bout 520 and game all day..
    xxl fuck off

  • Mic4567

    Damn…G-Unit got the #13 spot (Mo Money in the Banks//Lloyd Banks) , #9 (God’s Plan//G-Unit), #5 (No Mercy, No Fear//G-Unit) and #1 (50 Cent is the Future//G-Unit)……….Niggaz killed the mixtape circuit..so I’m wit them ALL THE WAY……And DJ WHOO KIDD was the DJ for all of them…THATS WHATS UP…

  • BirdsFlySouth

    Dedication should be top 5 and Young Jezzy better be #1

  • dsouth504

    Man.. Dat boi lil wayne running it.. Like it should be. He ain’t to hard in the mixtape circut, but he coming up.

  • http://www.kottonmouthkings.com ReDiCuLouS

    Dedication 2 should be up in there with Dedication in the top 10 mos definitely with Jeezy up in dat shit…can’t ban the snowman.~

  • http://www.ngokings.com pilarsito

    there got’s to be some Z-Ro on there

  • tballa

    were best of cassidy at man that ish was a classic or at least on of his mixtapes…cmon now

  • http://therealesttmail.com The Realest

    the south got this bitch on lock for the remaining 9

  • PIT

    One question… ¿Where´s mike Jones?

  • FROM CA

    YEAH GAME SLAYED THEM GUNOTTTTTTTTTTSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS,AINT NO RECOVERY SINCE THAT ONE

  • DBody

    Lil Wayne’s #1 Fan. I fucks wit U. All of Weezy Mixtapes fuckin ova everybody else shit, Real Spit. From Sqad up 1 to Dedication 2. An i aint even from tha south. I from Detroit. Love ya XXL! Yall my niggas!!!!!!!!!

  • NEW_JERSEY_SON

    ALL 5 OF M.O.P’S ALBUMS SHOULD BE ON THAT LIST

  • AJTHROWBACK

    I think a lot of people on this list deserve to be there, but I’m disappointed that Lil’ Wayne’s “Gangsta Grillz Dedication” and Joe Budden’s “Mood Muzik 2″ are so low on the list. I’m just waiting to see who’s in the top 9, and they better have some fire because just these two are hard acts to follow!!!

  • gameover!!

    what the fuck xxl. ya’ll tripin man. lil waynes-dedication2 was tighter than any album even put out this year. and that shit didnt even make it on the list. yall slippin up

  • temoloc

    The dipset movement are the undisputed titleholders of this mixtape shit. They got serious bars like concrete for days. Fuck G-Unit.

  • jS

    Yeah, fuck g unit

  • C-$TR££TZ

    Weezy F All da mutha fuckin way!!! Dedication 2 #1 fo sho

  • Mike Cash

    Yo give Tha Unit and tha dips they props, cuz if it wasnt fa them, no of these niggaz wud be makin mixtapes man.

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  • WTF

    WHY IS JOE BUDDEN AT 16..I NEVA USE 2 LISTEN 2 DUDE..BUT DAT MIXTAPE WAS BETTA DEN NIGGAS ALBUMS ON DA REEL..CUZ HE SPOKE FRUM DA HEART..XXL IS WHACK

  • Paper Chaser/ahki90@yahoo

    Joe Budden should be higher and game /slide off G-unit Dick those mixtapes weren’t that hot

  • the truth

    YOU KNOW WAHT IT IS IS THE BEST NO 1…………..THE GAME 300 BARS BETTER THAN EVERYOTHER SHIT THERE……………………………

  • Chris W

    R-E-U-P-G-A-N-G

    We Got It 4 Cheap Vol 2 is #1 hands down. Did any of you listen to this? Straight fire! Every tracked… ripped! I’ve been listening to it daily for over 10 months. I can’t stop. Pusha! Go get this album. It was robbed of its well deserved #1 title.

  • Diggy Doc

    THE CHAMP IS HERE MIXTAPE SHOULDVE BEEN ON TOP OF ANYTHING 50 HAS DONE. THAT SHIT WAS MORE THAN FIRE. ALL BULLSHIT ASIDE, THE SHIT THAT GETS ME IS NIGGAS IN THE STREETS HATE SNITCHES, BUT DEY ALL ON DIS 50 NIGGA AND HE DA KING OF ALL SNITCHES. FEDS ASK HIM ABOUT PREME AND DEM, AND HE FEEL HE AINT DO SHIT CUZ HE AINT TELL THEM SHIT. HE TOLD THEM TO LISTEN TO HIS RAPS, DATS ENOUGH, BUT DATS JUST WAT HE SAID. HE PROB TOLD DEM NIGGAS EVERYTHING. I WOULDNT PUT SHIT PASS DAT LIL PUSSY.G-G-G-G-G-G-G-G-G-G-G-G-G-G-G-G-G-G-G-G-G-G-G-U-NOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!DBLOCK BITCH(ALLDAY ERRDAY)

  • SUPERMAN

    COP THAT MO MONEY IN THE BANK 4. SHIT IS RAW.

  • http://www.lilfliponline.com I Came To Bring The Pain

    Lil flip & Z-ro – kings of the south

  • ray

    are you people stupid because joe budden is the bset rapper other than jay-z and you guys put mood musik number 16 but then you guys put pepole like lil wyane before him and bum b you guy on that on rapper from the sout hcan ever have a good mixtape

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  • bobby

    # 1 is gunna be soundbombing vol 2 em, common, mos def, talib, beat junkies, every major hitter at the time if you dont got it get it

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