Clipse
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clipse1.jpgCalling something “classic” is confusing. How can a journalist use the “c” word to describe an album after one listen, often three months before it hits stores? The controversial word says something not only about the quality of the music, but how it impacts the hip-hop community for years after its release. Shoot, most LPs that we would consider classic today, from The Chronic to Comin’ Out Hard, didn’t receive a flawless rating from any major publications when they were released.

Sure, XXL gave Clipse’s new album Hell Hath No Fury an “XXL” rating (something that only 5 albums have previously obtained). Still, nowhere in the review is the word “classic” used, and with good reason. While the music is arguably perfect, only time can decide its classic status. Hoping to get some insight into what they consider hip-hop’s most timeless tracks, we asked Pusha and Malice to name 10 albums (in no particular order) that they would give a classic rating to. Hindsight is 20/20, of course.

Listen To:
Clipse “Ride Around Shining”
Clipse “Keys Open Doors”

Clipse feat. Bilal “Nightmares”

All taken from Hell Hath No Fury, in stores now.

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Raekwon
Only Built 4 Cuban Linx…
(Loud/RCA, 1995)

Pusha: “Cuban Linx was great ’cause you had this crew coming out of New York who just set hip-hop on fire, and everybody had their own character, but Cuban Linx was just the uncut raw version. Rae really painted a picture. The album itself was just a cohesive masterpiece. I’m talking bout from production to lyrics. Lyrically, they were trendsetters—they had their own slang, and they rapped it like they didn’t care if you knew it. You had to go find out what it meant. There was no explanation. You could tell they were totally doing them.”

Favorite Track: “Incarcerated Scarfaces”

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Boogie Down Productions
Criminal Minded
(B-Boy Records, 1986)

Malice: “Oh my God, yes! Criminal Minded. I remember when they came out and it was just underground. There was a couple big heavy dope dealers from New York in Virginia that we just all knew. They came to Virginia and they was cool with us. My man Reggie and Fred—they came with this Boogie Down Productions joint. It had “The P Is Free” on there, and it just wrecked my life. I wanted to be associated with New York, hustlin’, getting’ money, big chains…it was just so damaging to me. And then we have family in the South Bronx, and my cousin Snapper would just talk about what’s hot because New York had everything first. That whole album is crazy. What I need to do right now is revisit that album. I’m sure it will spark the motivation to get back into writing.”

Favorite Track: “Criminal Minded”

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Jay-Z
Reasonable Doubt
(Roc-A-Fella/Priority, 1996)

Pusha: “Reasonable Doubt is definitely the best of all the Jay albums. It set a new standard and it gave a face to the whole lifestyle—the whole street culture and the actual lusting for the finer things in life. There was a whole mystique that came along with Reasonable Doubt. I was into all the rumors that came along with it. People were saying like, You see Jay-Z as the face man, they loved Dame Dash as being the brash dude, but Biggs was like the mystery man. Even he played a part in it because he gave a sense of reality. You always heard the stories like, ‘He was in the streets for real’ or ‘he won’t get in the videos.’ It just added to the mystique of the whole Roc-A-Fella situation.”

Favorite Track: “Can I Live?”

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Kool G Rap
Wanted: Dead Of Alive
(Cold Chillin’, 1990)

Malice: “Kool G Rap was one of my favorites. ‘Streets of New York,’ with that piano, is one of my all-time favorite songs. It’s a nostalgia, I remember where I was at when I got that. I had just got a brand new stereo system, brand new equalizer with the drum machine with the 4 pads on it. I just remember the video where he was spitting like crazy. I remember thinking he was such an ill lyricist.”

Favorite Track: “Streets Of New York”

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Dr. Dre
The Chronic
(Death Row, 1992)

Malice: “I wasn’t a fan of West Coast rap—I didn’t understand it. I didn’t understand the white gloves and the permed hair. But when Snoop and Dre came on the scene with The Chronic, I could understand it and I respected Snoop as an MC. I thought he was insane, and he was so anticipated, just off that album. The music on that album, from beginning to end, you could just ride to that. It made me have a great feel for the West Coast and I really appreciated the sound from that side.”

Favorite Track: “Let Me Ride”

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Mobb Deep
The Infamous
(Loud, 1995)

Pusha: “That was it man. Young, rebellious, Black angst. It just embodied the ignorance of youth. When it dropped, that was the best thing since sliced bread to me. I was quoting that shit line for line. ‘I use to drive an Ac and kept a mac in the engine/Windows painted black with crack sales intentions.’ I was done. The videos in the Audi, oh my God. The cups of Hennessey. It was something different. It showed a little younger side to the wild street shit. ‘Shook Ones’ was a guaranteed fight started in any club that year.”

Favorite Track: “Shook Ones Part II”

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Nas
Illmatic
(Sony, 1994)

Malice: “Illmatic captured the whole New York state of mind for me. It embraced everything I knew New York to be. The album had 10 songs, all of them flawless. Me and my homies got great memories of rolling around listening to that, huslin’, smokin’, chillin’. That embodied everything that was right with hip-hop. That CD never came out my deck.”

Favorite Track: “New York State Of Mind”

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Eric B. & Rakim
Paid In Full
(4th & Broadway, 1987)

Malice: “When Rakim came out, he just changed the climate. Like how snap music came this year and took everything over, Rakim came and made everybody just talk when they rapped. It was just smooth and mellow. He brought a lot of knowledge of self to the table. When I first started rhyming, I used to scream like Run from Run-DMC, and he showed me that you don’t have to do that. You can just talk and get your point across. He just broke through the door and was just cool with it.”

Favorite Track: “Eric B. Is President”

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The Notorious B.I.G.
Life after Death
(Bad Boy, 1997)

Pusha: “It totally showed the growth of Big from Ready To Die. It had so many dimensions to it. And all of them were just great interpretations of whichever lane he was in. If he was talkin’ about some gangsta shit on “What’s Beef,” or he was telling a comedic story on “I Got A Story To Tell.” “Praying On My Downfall”…there were so many great moments. Even if he went the R&B route with R. Kelly—“I’m Fuckin’ You Tonight”—he killed every vein of it. When he was recording it, he must have been like, Man, we keepin’ everything!”

Favorite Track: “What’s Beef”

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Public Enemy
It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back
(Def Jam, 1988)

Pusha: “It was politically charged, aggressive, but still, they conveyed it in a way that you wasn’t preachy. They made you appreciate it and love it. It was some of the most militant shit I was hearing and it was great. And they crossed genres—it seemed like everyone was listening to them, not just hip-hop. They took issues head-on, it didn’t matter, they addressed it. This particular album was in their heyday, and I think it was the highlight of their whole career.”

Malice: “I remember walking through school with ‘Black Steel’ on my headphones and thinking that I was gonna do what I wanted and the teachers wasn’t gonna tell me nothin’. Chuck D said he wouldn’t go into the military and the government were suckers, and I just felt so empowered by that.”

Favorite Track: “Black Steel In The Hour Of Chaos”

  • http://forums.onsmash.com/?act=idx Ghetto Guevara

    Nice picks.

  • http://takka.com Takka

    Great list.Great album from these two.they’re dope

  • Taylor Godwin

    i got da CD dat shit iz fire. da whole alum iz a classic. 1sr

  • Taylor Godwin

    i got da CD dat shit iz fire. da whole alum iz a classic. 1st

  • gmoney

    2nd bitches

  • yaboy

    illmatic is that shit.

  • gmoney

    i get tired of hearing people talk about the same albums over and over.i get tired of hearing people discuss illmatic and paid in full.

  • babyboy

    yeah, at least they know biggie is the boss, nice picks, i would just add, Tycal, and Black on Both sides from Mos Def, and Ready to die

  • gmoney

    illmatic was alright but i think nas’ best album was stillmatic.

  • 420PURP

    JUST COPPED DAT SHIT!!!
    HELL HATH NO FURY IS A MUTHAFUCKIN BANGER BEGINNING TO END!!!!
    ANY1 HATIN ON THE CLIPSE IS IN DENIAL!!!

  • bbron

    I agree with mostly all of what they are saying. Cuban Linx in 95 was the truth. I was a wu fanatic then like i have been a Jay fan the last 8 years. Infamaous was that rebelous, we on the corner cutting class shit. I was in 12th grade 95-96 and those were the years. Criminal minded I use to sing, and Dope beat, and Bridge is over and South Bronx. I use to sing those getting dressed for school. P.E I think had the most hits one tape could have and 88 and 95 to me are the two best years in Hip Hop history. We know about Illmatic, But Reasonable Doubt was on another level. Niggas talked 2 for 5′s and corner hustle. But Jay talked about the emotional side of hustling. Can I live and Regrets. “In 3rd person, I don’t want to see them…one of these buyers got eyes like a Korean, its dificult to read them. Jay changed the game on that cd. Ready to Die was Grimy, and Cuban Linx introduced a lot of that talk, But Reasonable took it to another level. You knew that Jay had to live most of that because that was to autobiografic. A lot of rappers are in the game but Jay rapped like a boss and not a worker and that changed everything. All of these choices I would put in my top 15-20. I would like to see Smif and Wesson Da Shinin up in there but its a go

  • Eclipse

    Def. I’m listening to their new cd right now.

  • Tyler

    How could they leave 2Pac off their list? Much less the album Makaveli which has some many moods and is tight top 2 bottom. 2 Me all them Rappers are secretly chasing that album on the DL cause it had it all. I haven’t gotten the Hell album yet but I about 2 break down and cop dat cause I am hoping that something can touch or at least get wit’ the Game album which will be a classic hate 2 say. Peep the musical heat and vibes at: http://www.myspace.com/marcmaysrockandrollthug
    http://www.myspace.com/marcusorealiusmusic

  • http://whumphreyemtechotmail.com S on my chest

    Glad they took the time to recognise BIG, some nice shit on there.

  • hmmm

    if this was my list it would look something like this…

    Aquemini – Aquemini
    Illmatic – Life’s a Bitch
    36 Chmabers – Nuthin to fuck wit
    Ready to Die – Gimme the loot
    Death Certificate – no vaseline
    Reasonable Doubt – dead presidents
    The Rza Hits – winter warz
    Its dark and hell… – x is coming
    Eminem show – till i collaspe
    me against the world – me against…

  • A-WEST

    THAT CLIPSE ALBUM IS NOT A CLASSIC,
    I ADMIT THE FIRST ONE WAS CRUCIAL AND PEOPLE WERE WAITING FOR THE SECOND ONE, BUT JIVE FUCK THEM OVER FOR SO LONG THAT NO ONE CARES ANYMORE EXCEPT EASTCOAST CATS AND CLIPSE FANS FROM ALL OVER AND THATS A SELECT FEW!BUT I HEARD THE ALBUM AND THE PRODUCITON IS WACK ALL THE HOOKS SOUND UNFINISHED, THE CLPISE SHOULD OF DROPPED A ACAPELAA CD, BUT CLIPSE ARE HOT, I HATE TO HEAR THAT THIER ALBUM IS WACK BUT IT IS. THEY SHOULD OF DID SONGS WITH OTHER PRODUCERS AND ALL THEY DO IS TALK ABOUT SELLING CRACK, I REALLY HATE HIP HOP RITE NOW, PLUS THE SOUTH IS RUNNING THE GAME RITE NOW SO THE CLIPSE IMPACT IS WORTHLESS. IM NOT HATIN, THEY JUS NEED TO GET OUT OF THE 94′ ERA AND CUM AT THE GAME ALL NEW!

  • Harlem G

    wow, nothing southern, interesting….

  • Harlem G

    and i still dont see what people see in da clipse…its baffling to say the least….

  • FRANK

    good list but how can you forget the king of all beef, makaveli, the 7th day theory was the shit, simple classic from beginning to end.

  • Thugstyle

    Word you can tell from they style and shit. Clipse is my present day favourite its main stream underground like WU in the 90s. Cuban Link classic Jay, Nas , Dre all good all good.

  • >>>>>>>ROC

    that makaveli album should be up there………….even though some may deny it……u no it’s a classic..top 2 bottom…shit u could actually feel………..i agree nas’ illmatic is a classic 2…..no other album could define an entire area like illmatic did with new york

  • 420PURP

    MAKAVELI ALL EYEZ ON ME???
    NO LOVE FOR THE G.O.A.T???

  • Baybidness

    The Clipse is a bunch of New York dick riders. Get ya own style! Talkin’ about west coast was white gloves and perms??? You must be out your mind lil’ boys! If ya’ll so gangsta and D-boy’d up. How come when ya’ll came to the Bay to do the video with 40 and them ya’ll stayed camped out in your trailer. Real ones do real things. Clipse is nothin’ but D ridin’ marks tryna be New York cats… Get up outta here with that maine. West Coast on mine youngen. Baybidness as usual. What!!!!!

  • Three4

    Ready to Die is better than Life After Death…all I have 2 say…

    Clipse is the shit!!!

  • Combat Jack

    Great list!

  • J S-O-T

    i agree wiv tha list…….mostly, nice to see “the infamous” on there, i usually find that to be undermined, an i agree wit the guy that said DMX’s “its dark an hell is hot” an “the Eminem show” should of been on there

  • Southside4Life

    I think the clispe is hot,there 1st album was classic.Also my current classic list (2000-Present) Looks like this:
    1)Nas – Stillmatic
    2)Jay-Z – Blueprint
    3)T.I. – Im Serious
    4)50 Cent Get Rich Or Die Tryin
    5)Eminem – The Marshall Mathers LP
    6)Nas – God Son
    7)The Game – Doctor’s Advocate
    8)Lupe Fiasco – Food & Liquor
    9)Common – Be
    10)Kanye West – College Dropout.

  • Danja29

    has it really gotten so bad that when niggas name their favorite albums, people gotta bring coasts into the conversation? niggas gettin mad cause they’re the first rappers to not hop on pac’s dick just for the sake of inclusion? (and that’s nothin against pac, but sometimes i think niggas stick him in their lists just because it’s pac). but come on now… if the only convo y’all got after they named the albums and gave their reasons, is what coast the artists/albums came from… y’all crazy.

  • HOT AS THAT THANG OUT HURR N THESE $TREET$

    Good list, but Mobb Deep’s album could have easily been replaced by any one of Pac’s albums and that’s just real talk…Why XXL ain’t report Jay moving 850,000 units his first week, it is Tuesday ain’t it? Muthafuckaz b killin’ me. If that nigga would have moved 100,00-200,000 that shit would have been the first post on this muthafuckin’ site today! My thing is this, if u gon’ critique a nigga when he do bad, congratulate him when he do good. This nigga just brought the East coast back single-handedly and niggas ain’t mentioned shit on here. Where all the niggas talkin’ about how much of a shit sandwich is was gon’ be?? Where the niggas that was ridin’ Game dick and sayin’ he was gon’ outperform Jay? Like my man said: DIG A HOLE!

  • rick rustling

    jus cop da cd goddddddddddd damn dat shyt str8 crack,,,,,,,,,,dope,,,,,,,,,,,,pure uncut cocaina

  • http://www.myspace.com/jaymoula J.R.O.

    Yeah, these some excellent picks. Clipse is throwback. Raw and uncut, for real. Their own sound is shown with most their picks… Damn, I need to cop that album, though, shit.

  • BLAZE

    threre being different. i like there new shit

    is it just me or is black steels pianos the same as the ones in games remedy

  • http://www.myspace.com/suntzu Sunjitsu

    LOL Just Blaze bit the beat, Just Blaze been bitin beats for a minute nigga gettin lazy

    & Jay wanna work wit him more than Premo PLEASE

  • http://hardlyart.blogspot.com Sean

    I see you, BFred.

  • egnahc

    are you guys joking? that list was solid. no tupac? what do you mean?? LOL get a grip on hip hop.. lets see some of you guys’ list of classics..

    hell hath no fury is dope!! i copped today but i havent got past wamp wamp cause i kept rewinding number 1 and 2.. those are gems!

  • stonhenge666

    The truth of the matter is the fact these niggas got something to offer.

    So what they rap about selling drugs if were in they shoes you would do what you have to do to even if some west coast and some east coast cats have in there mind they no good spitting of lyrics to hate on this album you should go buy a dipset christmas cd and have fucked merry xmas fucking none rapping as haters.

    nough said
    STONE

  • ROCAFELLA

    good list but rakim,kool g rap , public enemy suck

  • Don Status

    Clipse album nice, album list is raw 2. I aint riding Pacs dick but that Makaveli:7 day theory changed the game; but thats they opinion.

  • EAST COAST

    ALL I HAVE GOT TO SAY IS I AM DONE BUYIN’ XXL MAGAZINE. REASON? MOTHERFUCKIN’ BOL!!! THIS FUCKER WOULD HAD CRITICIZED JAY IF HIS RECORD SALES WAS MEDIOCRE….NOW DUDE BRINGS NEW YORK BACK BY HIMSELF ON ALL ASPECT AND Y’ALL AIN’T EVEN MENTION IT? WOW….FUCK THE CLIPSE YO REAL TALK AIN’T NO CLASSIC MATERIAL IN THEIR ALBUM! JUST HOW MANY TIMES THEY ARE GOING TO TALK ABOUT DOPE AND SHIT! THEY WAITED TOO LONG…THEIR SHIT SOUNDS OUTDATED!! YO JAY Z MOVED CLOSE TO A MILL….Y’ALL FIRST WEEK…FUCK A GAME ALBUM..NIGGA NEED TO QUIT OVER-RATING RAPPERS LIKE GAME! THAT DUDE FAKE AS HELL! WELL HE WAS DISRESPECTFUL ENOUGH TO ASK JAY TO MAKE RROM FOR A NEW KING? WELL THERE’S ONLY ROOM FOR ONE KING AND IT’S STILL JAY RIGHT NOW SO FUCK YOU GAME REAL TALK! OH YEAH AND FUCK XXL!

  • Full E Blown

    They are a solid group. But trap music and dope music has no future. Life After Death and Reasonable Doubt basically are the high water mark for the hustler life style. If you’re not trying to outdo those two albums, stop talking about coke. Their a solid group, still.

  • Shuddap

    Jay’s album sucks balls tho…yeah thats real king status shut the fucc up..

  • Kool G Rap

    @Rocafella how the fuck can you say Rakim, PE & I suck???

  • Stian G

    WTF?! wack mafakkas, in a top 10 spot, they couldent find a place for ” All Eyez on Me ”
    Stupid ass niggas

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  • mr agee

    Top 10 albums in no particular order. 1.Only built for cuban linx. (Rainy Dayz)
    2.Illmatic (life a bitch) so true fuck carmen
    3.Doggystyle
    4.The chronic (the day the niggas took over)
    5.Chronic 2001 (xxplosive)
    6.The black album (allure)
    7.Makaveli the 7 day theory (the intro was a killa bad boy killa jayz mobb deep)
    8.Enter the wu tang 36 chambers (aint nuthin to fuck with)
    9.It was written (silent murder was the shit but it was only on tape not on the cd)
    10.life after death (my downfall) faith??

  • mr agee

    I needed to make it 20 11.its dark and hell is hot (atf)
    12.ironman (assasination day)
    13.hell on earth (god pt. 3)
    14.get rich or die trying (don’t push me)
    15.the doctor advocate (higher)
    16.the emniem show (daddy gone crazy)
    17.late registration (crack music)
    18.we are the streets (go had)
    19.speakerboxx/the love below (she’s alive)
    20.ryde or die vol. 1 (down bottom)

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  • Dermeezy

    Where is Tupac, and Snoop in thier top ten classics. They left out two of the greatest of all time to put Mobb Deep, and Raekwon in their. I’m not hating, both these CD’s were good, but Doggystyle is one of the greatest CD’s ever made. You can listen from the begining to end, and not get sick of it. I still got it on rotation now, and they could have said any Tupac CD because all he made was classic music. You can tell that Clipse were influenced by eastcoast rap. Me personally being from the mid west I have always liked both coasts equally.

  • RANDYFEZ

    That’s one of the best lists I’ve ever seen. I’m a West Coast head but I respect classic Hip Hop and those albums are classic. Disgust at some of you clowns criticizing their list but wanting to add The Eminem Show? Get the fuck outta here crackaz. Step ya Hip Hop taste game up.

  • Starr

    Can xxl be telling the world the truth that this album is a XXL rating! This is the reason that HIP HOP has falling off magazines given out bull**** rating hurting the game, you gave a poor rating on Jay-Z album and their’s about of 12 to 13 songs on Kingdom Come that out do the clise whole album. This magazine S*** is trash either your not paying attention or yall get paid to pay attention. This is the every same reason the source magazine fell off. Most people dig a hole to bury themseleves. You better watch out xxl no one can help you when the dirt covers your body the end my be in sight. ONE

  • Starr

    Can xxl be telling the world the truth that this album is a XXL rating! This is the reason that HIP HOP has falling off magazines given out bull**** rating hurting the game, you gave a poor rating on Jay-Z album and their’s about of 12 to 13 songs on Kingdom Come that out do the clise whole album. This magazine S*** is trash either your not paying attention or yall get paid to pay attention. This is the every same reason the source magazine fell off. Most people dig a hole to bury themseleves. You better watch out xxl no one can help you when the dirt covers your body the end my be in sight. ONE

  • 11kap

    People like what they like. no use beefing, because there are so many hip hop records now, you can’t listen or be exposed to them all. it’s impossible. One of the best albums from the South to me is “3re tha hardaway” by the Dead Serious Foundation: I’m very sure a lot of cats have not even heard of them, but anyway. peace and love to the brothers. go get some pussy today if you can. out.

  • Starr

    And oh yeah xxl people 14 of Jay’s songs out shines games flashlight album, and you’ll never catch me buying another xxl magazine again, and remember that every customer counts.

  • Numba Five UK

    xxl sound like they’re not too sure about the xxl rating they gave H.H.N.F. if you ask me……

    i think its a flawless album personally, and thats all that matters

  • Atl’s own

    da clipse album is good but not great definitly not a classic!

    they list suck!

    No Scarface, No 2Pac, No Outkast!

    just keepin it real!

  • Atl’s own

    In fact how u from da south wit no 8ball & MJG, Ugk, or Goodie Mob!

  • SACE from TRUMP TYTE

    It’s surprising that they’re from VA and didnt pick any southern albums. Can we say scarface,ghetto boys,outkast,goodie mob, UGK, 8ball/MJG?

    I love all those albums that they named but it’s just weird that southern MC’s wouldn’t mention any southern albums.

    http://www.myspace.com/trumptyteent

  • KMay

    Good list here. Not sure i agree with “Life after Death.” I loved that cd but to me, it was no where near “Ready to Die.” Also great to see “The Infamous” by Mobb Deep. I love bumpin’ that Mobb shit from the 90′s (The Infamous, Hell on Earth.) Anyways just bought Clipse album. Its a good album but I just dont think its a classic. Maybe its because im not big on Neptunes production. But Malice and Pusha’s lyrics are sick.

  • 11kap

    Sometimes by the vitriol from Georgia, I wonder where the south begins and the north ends or do they even consider VA as the south. I never hear a person from Georgia represent the east coast. they act like they’re just strictly southern all the time. Why can’t you be both? That’s how the rest of the country sees the state of GA, the southEAST.

  • let the game begin

    the list is solid it got like 4 albums Iam always banging today besides the new shit. the infamous,life after death,reasonable doubt,illmatic all these iam always banging though i do think they should have had makaveli but thats jus me.

  • damsco

    fuck the fucking clipse bitches
    this is the top 10
    1)2pac-all eyez on me
    2)2pac-thug life
    3)2pac ft outlawz-still i rise
    4)2pac-makkavelli
    5)2pac -strictly 4 my niggaz
    6)2pac- me against the world
    7)2pac- 2pacalyps
    8)eminem-eminem show
    9)eminem-marshall mathers lp
    10)ja rule-r.u.l.e
    11)cuban link- chain reaction

    thats that shit

  • http://itsme40calkissyahoo.com DOCDIGGY

    The list is off da chain, but WE ARE THE STREETS NEED TO BE IN THERE SOMEWHERE

  • Were Read 2 Def

    No order:

    Wu-Tang Forever
    Blackout!
    Get Rich Or Die Tryin’
    Chronic 2001
    It Was Written
    The Blueprint
    Life After Death
    All Eyes On Me
    The Marshall Mathers LP
    The War Report
    Murda Muzik
    Supreme Clientele
    Only Built 4 Cuban Linx
    It’s Dark And Hell Is Hot
    When Disaster Strikes

  • KRITIQ

    I don’t get how people get to rate eminems album as a classic like how the hell does the eminem show change the whole hiphop game unless your’er cracka I can understand how you’d relate to a white boy.
    otherwise if you’re street kid go get that AZ A.W.O.l and see what a classic is.

  • d

    why these sorry fucks leave out Pac? that’s the east coast shit for ya. what and no scarface? N.W.A.?

  • http://bxconnect bxconnect

    that has to be one of the best top ten classic lists i have seen.it takes a nation just might be the greatest rap album ever.

  • PHARO

    I THINK “ALL EYES ON ME’ WAS A BETTER ALBUM THEN MAKAVELI!

    CLIPSE ALBUM IS DOPE AS FUCK!!! THEY ARE WAY UNDERATED!

    HOPE DEZ NIGGAZ GO DOUBLE PLATINUM.

    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • KrooX

    hell hath no fury is NOT A FUCKIN CLASSIC!!! NOT AT ALL!!! NO FUCKIN WAY!!
    And their list is fuck’d up too!
    ride with that:
    2Pac – All eyez on me/Me against the world
    50 Cent – Get rich or die tryin’
    Dr.Dre – 2001
    Kanye West – The college dropout
    Cam’ron – Come home with me
    The Game – The documentary
    Masta Ace – A long hot summer
    Nas – God’s son/Stillmatic
    Jay-Z – Blueprint/Reasonable doubt
    Snoop Dogg – Doggystyle

  • AJTHROWBACK

    What people have to realize is that the Clipse were asked to name 10 albums that THEY thought were classics to THEM, which entails naming 10 albums off the top of their head that they thought were classics. I’m pretty sure that they did want to put Pac or somebody who may have been left out, but they basically were naming 10 albums that were classics in their mind. Additionally, if you know ANYTHING about the Clipse, y’all would know that all the people they mentioned were people who influenced their style of rapping, as well as people who they felt put out classic material. Everything is a matter of perspective, people.

    To Baybidness, just a little FYI for you: maybe the reason why the Clipse is trying to be like New York because they were born there. They lived in Harlem for a good period of their childhood before moving to Virginia, so it’s kinda in their blood, homey. They might’ve lived in VA most of their lives, but since their family is from New York, that kind of pride for the city doesn’t exit your system, especially if you’re old enough to remember.

  • Avenger

    OK I feel the list Ready to die is better than life after death but of course this is all opinion. But I am afriad there album is still not a classic it is good dispite the neptunes homo thug club sound but it isn’t a classic. because critics can talk all the shit they want but a classic has to do several things:

    1. Be a good album start to finish (with little to now skip points)
    2. It has to change to game make folks say damn this wasn’t happening like this before then he came through and crushed it.
    3.It generally gets excepted by both indie and mainstream on some level(note all classics don’t go platinum in there time but they do eventually because they are timeless)

  • dreadzy

    illmatic.
    life after death.
    reasonable doubt.
    hell on earth.
    makaveli 7 day theory.
    chronic.
    doggystyle.
    only built for cuban links.
    capital punishment.
    criminal minded.

    no particular order.

  • GA SLIM

    no pac, no outkast, that =’s bullshit

  • Dion From (detroit)delray on vanderbilt

    i cant really say my top ten cuz ima young nigah and i aint gon give jay the crown easy

  • Terrorricks

    Im glad they didn’t mention Tupac. Most over rated EVER! and i’m from L.A. bitches WHAT! nice choices though.

  • BirdsFlySouth

    Snoop Dog’s “Doggystyle”

    2 Pac “All Eyes on Me”

  • ThatKast

    where’s some Outkast on this list

  • RANDYFEZ

    disgust @ eminem and 50 cent being on peoples all time Top 10 list.. those arent even classics.. u faggots must be crackaz or just young ass teens or just both…

  • musicdude

    here is my 13 in no order……
    1.DYNASTY ROC-LA FAMILIA-INTRO
    (th theme song from sopronas)
    2.ALL EYES ON ME-2OF AMERCIAN’S MOST WANTED(pac&snoop come on fire.)
    3.LIFE AFTER DEATH-NIGGAS BLEED
    (we agreed to go in shooting is
    silly because/niggas could be
    hiding in showers with mac-
    millies)
    4.ITS DARK &HELL IS HOT-NIGGAS DONE STARTED SOMETHING
    5.CONFESSIONS OF FIRE-D-RUGS
    6.CHICKEN&BEER-SPLASH WATERFALL
    7.IT WAS WRITTEN-I GAVE YOU POWER
    8.IN MY LIFETIME VOL.1-IMAGINARY PLAYERS
    (whats the difference between
    4.0 and a 4.6)
    9.LORD WILLIN-I’M NOT YOU
    (i keep that ziploc bustin out the
    stiches culinary chemist,i serve
    the malicous,1 gives you sniffles,
    the other leave you with the
    itches)
    (non bitch we don’t beileve in
    airbags)
    10.THE ENINEM SHOW-SUPERMAN
    (bitches they come,they go,saturday
    through sunday monday,Monday
    through Sunday yo)
    11.HARLEM WORLD-24 HOURS TO LIVE
    12.COME HOME WITH ME-WELCOME TO NEW YORK CITY
    13.THE LOX- SCREAM L….

    …ALMOST MADE IT…LIL WAYNE,JEEZY,FAB,50,

  • http://itsme40calkissyahoo.com DOCDIGGY

    Were Read 2 Def…………

    How tha fuck u gon say When Disaster Strikes is a fuckin classic and not include Ready to Die. u fucked up in the head nigga. We Are The Streets…………classic nigga.Paid in Full………….classic nigga.Me Against the World……………classic nigga.Gangster and a Gentle is def a hood classic. Interscope stopped that fucking album from being what it couldve been. It didnt help that Styles got locked up. Hard to promote behind bars. Last. The Truth……………….classic nigga.

    P.S. If Jesse Jackson find out Im using the N word like this im in trouble

  • Escobar

    People are upset because they didn’t put one of ‘Pac’s albums on the list? Damn sheep. You guys need to realize that 2Pac isn’t the greatest of all time, and there dozens of emcees who weren’t influenced heavily by him. It only makes sense that two of the finer lyricists in commercial hip-hop WOULDN’T mention him.

  • rapper/exec kordell stewart your flow……………………….

    first off it is they’re list. but every album named cannot be questioned. i’m 30 and i feel every description of each album. alotta samples (damn i miss sampling in excess)gave these albums soul and just underscored the crazy lyrics. “let the rhythm hit em’”

  • chevyimpalaHOLLA

    im so happy that they dident hop on the typac train and pick any of that lames albums…..great pick, i would have added hell on earth

  • LANDIGGY

    g money you took the words out of my mouth dog stillmatic is way tighter than illmatic I only like 1-2 songs on illmatic but that stillmatic was a certified banger i mean I listen to it and about 11 of those songs are tight songs one of if not my best of all time 4-real.

  • http://jesuspiece.blogspot.com MIKE

    are people overly sensitive or just plain stupid? this is a top 10 list of THEIR personal opinion and people are crying about it.. b/c they didn’t have 2pac? LMAO. are you people seriously crying about other dudes not thinking 2pac got classic records? are you serious?

  • http://jesuspiece.blogspot.com MIKE

    and why is jay’s street team whining about one dude’s rating of kingdom come?

  • bbe4eva

    no body named goodie mob/soul food or redman there is a darkside,its so many good albums 2 name i cant name 10

  • bbe4eva

    i liked god son too,it was a good 1 too. and death certificate and amerikkkas most wanted

  • k.ola

    RANDYFEZ Says:

    November 29th, 2006 at 2:33 pm
    disgust @ eminem and 50 cent being on peoples all time Top 10 list.. those arent even classics.. u faggots must be crackaz or just young ass teens or just both…

    shut up bitch both of those are classic you little monkey mouth fagget.

    and im from the hood 6×10 with the s on the ens h60d come find out about it loc…

    everyone dont have to think pac is the GOAT (most do including me)but dont knock the next nigga list…

  • madmax

    Nas is da truth but everybody know pac is da greatest of all time.F*ck biggie & jay.

  • WESTWEST

    FUCK THESE LAME ASS MUTHA FUCKAS. CLIPSE IS STRAIGHT TRASH. ALL THERE TRACKS IS ON SOME BULL SHIT AND AINT BUMPIN IN NO HOOD.

  • WESTWEST

    CLIPSE IS SOME LAME ASS MUTHA FUCKAS. ALL THEY TRACKS IS STRAIGHT TRASH. AINT NONE OF THIER MUSIC BUMPIN IN THE HOOD.

  • http://itsme40calkissyahoo.com DOCDIGGY

    YALL MUST BE SOME YOUNG BUCKS TO EVEN THINK THAT STILLMATIC WAS BETTER THAN ILLMATIC. NAS SET SOME SHIT OFF WIT DAT ALBUM. EVEN JAY HAD TO GIVE HIM HIS PROPS ON DAT ONE WHEN THEY WERE BEEFING

  • 2WHITE

    This list is ultrapredictable People Magazine type ish, except I’m surprised they left off 2Pac (which is right) and Outkast ATLiens (which is oh so wrong…).

  • DUMB CATS

    All I am gonna say is that u peeps on here is so wrapped up in HOV, that even if his album is OK, u will still try to act like its the best thing. Kingdom come aint even close to how he used to be. He still nice, but at this point, the game has plenty of room for other rappers to come up. Clipse are lyricist, and if yall quit hating, take HOV di$k out ya mouth, and LISTEN to what CLIPSE is saying on this album, u’d see what im saying. While some of the beats could have been better on HHNF, it really aint bout that. Them dudes wanted SIMPLE ASS beats so that people could actually listen to what they were saying instead of getting hype off beats. Thats one of the problems in hip hop today, so called fans hear a good beat and call a song dope when behind that beat, a lot of rappers aint talking that talk. WAKE UP MY N’s… wake up. Clipse still nice, and if they work with other producers next album, its gonna be really off the chain. Still in all, they havent been out for a while, and they the type that focus on lyrics and not CLUB bangers, snap music, or special beats. BAYBIDNESS, A-West, GO GET SOME MONEY, A GIRL OR SOMETHING, and quit hating so damn much!

  • DUMB CATS

    another thing, the album is dope as hell. If u are REAL, u will like this album. Stop dancing and snapping fingers so much and lets get back to real hip hop like Clipse and other real n’s who talk that talk. And how the HELL do they try TO ACT like they from NY, esp when YES they were born there, but they stay claiming VA so why is ppl acting like they are frontin ass n’s when trust they are not. EAT a D!CK yall haters.

  • http://BS hiphop

    I been listening to hiphop since 88 and buy every hiphop album weekly. I glad xxl clear up that xxl rating. I brought the clipse album and listening to it twice and that shits no classic. It’s a good album. Also when mentioning classic, how u leave out:

    Scarface (the fix, Mr Scarface is back, Diary), Outkast (southerplaya, Aquemini) 2pac (all eye, 7 day theory) NWA (first 2 albums), Ice Cube (first two albums), too many weren’t even mention. This shit is sad. No fucking Tribe Called Quest. Low End Theory needs to be on everyones fucking list

  • Theophilus Jamal (Love Free I)

    I think it would be hard to come up with a better list than this. I would obviously give it up for the best conscious rappers (A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul) and the best in the South (OutKast, UGK, Geto Boys) or whatever but if The Clipse ain’t havin’ it, then, you know. Diff’rent strokes fi diff’rent folks.

    And The Clipse are fuckin’ incredible, no two ways about it. They deserve the hype.

  • http://yahoo The Joker

    To Tyler. 2Pac isn’t everyone’s favorite rapper. He’s like 12 on my list. Only Built 4 Cuban Linx… is my favrite album ever. Reasonable Doubt is my second and Illmatic is my third. The Clipse are second favorite rappers. I love their music and style.

  • http://oyes.com AyO

    vicious ass beats

    nas > jayz

  • SouthSider

    Where the hell is Bone Thugs N Harmony’s “East 1999 Eternal”? that album is classic!!!

  • KMay

    dreadzy Says:

    November 29th, 2006 at 12:38 pm
    illmatic.
    life after death.
    reasonable doubt.
    hell on earth.
    makaveli 7 day theory.
    chronic.
    doggystyle.
    only built for cuban links.
    capital punishment.
    criminal minded.

    no particular order.

    Thats that shit dreadzy! Best list ive seen put out by anyone. My top ten in no order include:

    Slim Shady LP – Eminem
    Illmatic – Nas
    Ready to Die – Notorious B.I.G.
    East 1999 – Bone Thugs N Harmony
    Reasonable Doubt – Jay Z
    The Infamous – Mobb Deep
    Hell on Earth – Mobb Deep
    Doggystyle – Snoop Dogg
    Chronic – Dr.Dre
    Enter the 36 Chambers – Wu Tang Clan

    This list probably changes on the daily, its way to hard to only pick 10!

  • rob

    clipse? c’mon mang! these dudes are sorry. any record with a song called ‘womp womp’ should automatically get an S rating at best. this is the most over-rated album all year. why can’t anyone put out a record without any ‘featurings’? aren’t these cats talented enough to write an entire album by themselves? i really doubt that kids will remember this record in a few years. XXL let us down once again.

  • polaco4984

    Nice list by The Clipse. Classics 4 sure.

  • Dermeezy

    By no means a classic. A good album for the year, but that is it.

    For everyone on here saying that Eminem hasn’t made a classic you need to quit hating the guy just because he is white. When the Marshall MAthers LP came out it was all over the place. You could hear it comig from cars in the suburbs, and in the hood. Everyone was playing it. To me that is a classic. Something that his widely accepted, and you can just push play and listen to the whole CD. Not to mention that Eminem has sold more CD’s in his short career than people like JAy Z, Nas, Em has even outsold Dre on solo projects. Give the guy some credit

  • funk

    ya niggas trippin no order

    dr.dre.-chronic
    2pac-7day theory
    fugees-the score
    nas-illmatic
    nas-it was written
    snoopdog-doggystyle
    jay-z-reasonable doubt
    biggie-ready2 die
    bdp-crimianl minded
    bonethugsnharmony-e.1999
    icecube-leathal enjection
    beanie sigal-the truth
    dmx-its dark n hell is hot
    2pac-all eyes on me
    big pun-yeah baby
    wutang-36 chambers
    raekon-only built 4 cuban links
    ghostface-ironman
    eric b rakim-paid n full
    llcoolj-walking with a black panther
    POINT BLANK IF IT AINT NONE OF THESE THEN FUCK IT

  • mofokho

    my top twenty list ( no particular order ) :
    -93 til infinity
    -liquid swords
    -only built 4 cuban linx
    -ironman
    -long live the kane
    -college dropout
    -speakerboxx/love below
    -illmatic
    -the chronic
    -three feet high and rising
    -word…life
    -midnight marauders
    -ATliens
    -paid in full
    -dah shinin’
    -strictly business
    -doggystyle
    -lifestylez ov da poor & dangerous
    -i wish my brother george was here
    -breaking atoms

  • http://fwammacunlimited.net fraser mclaren

    1 illmatic -nas
    2 infamous – mobb deep
    3 moment of truth – gangstarr
    4 the sun rises in the east – jeru tha damaja
    5 the purple tape – raekwon
    6 stress – organized konfusion
    7 da shinin – smif n wessun
    8 breaking atoms – main source
    9 midnight marauders – a.t.c.q
    10 mecca & the soul brother – pete rock & cl smooth

  • THIS IS DA REMIX

    can somebody PLEASE remix this album…while the lyrics are on a whole nother level for anything that’s dropped in ’06, this is probably some of the absolute worst production by the Neptunes…from what i understand Chad Hugo was M.I.A on this album…who knew ths “silent partner” made so much noise…cot damn

  • http://xxlmag.com Josh Pannelli

    gmoney Says:

    November 28th, 2006 at 6:07 pm
    i get tired of hearing people talk about the same albums over and over.i get tired of hearing people discuss illmatic and paid in full.
    ………………………….
    thats cause they classic albums so fuck you you cunt what you listen to d4l and bow wow you bitch

  • KrooX

    ALBUM’S THAT DIDN’T DESERVE THE HYPE, CAUSE THEY AIN’T WORTH IT:

    DMX – Year of the dog…again
    Kanye West – Late registration
    Jay-Z – Kingdom come
    Cam’ron – Purple haze
    2Pac – Pac’s life
    50 Cent – The massacre
    Eminem – Encore
    CLIPSE – HELL HATH NO FURY
    Snoop Dogg – The blue carpet treatment
    Ludacris – Release therapy
    and
    Dr.Dre – 2001…nah,just kiddin’! hahaha 2001 is a CLASSIC!

  • Anthony M.

    Top 10 albums:

    1. The Chronic
    2. Reasonable Doubt
    3. Illmatic
    4. Ready To Die
    5. Doggystyle
    6. Makaveli
    7. Life After Death
    8. Death Certificate
    9. The Blueprint
    10. It’s Dark & Hell Is Hot

  • djezdck

    no particular order

    devin the dude: boo boo’n
    tupac the great: Makaveli
    Outkast:Aquemini
    UGK: Ridin Dirty
    Jay Z: Reasonable doubt
    Nas: Illmatic
    Dr. Dre: Chronic 2001
    Dr. Dre:Chronic
    Snoop: Doggystyle
    Eminem:Marshall Mathers LP
    Brotha Lynch Hung: Season of the Sicc.
    DMX: Its Dark and Hell Is Hot
    Punk ass 50: Get Rich or Die Tryn
    Yukmouth:Operation Stackola
    DPG:Dogg Food
    Dead Prez: Revolutionary but Gangsta
    Brotha Lynch Hung: EBK4
    Yukmouth:Godzilla
    Lil Jon: Kings of Crunk
    Scarface: My Homies
    Twista:Adrenaline Rush
    Ludacris:Word of Mouth

    get up on it Yadderda!

    Tupac: all eyes on me
    Nas: Stillmatic
    Lauryn Hill: The Miseducation of…
    Fugees: The Score
    Bone: Eternal 1999

  • http://www.myspace.com/theeastflatbushproject spencer4hire

    you guys list are pretty tight and consistent..what the hell here’s my list in no order
    1.reasonable doubt
    2.illmatic
    3.cuban linx
    4.enter the 36 chambers
    5.paid in full
    6.it takes a nation of millions
    7.great adventures of slick rick
    8.doggy style
    9.the chronic
    10.ready to die

  • suck mycock

    wow, what a predictable, boring list

  • http://fwammacunlimited.net fraser mclaren

    TEN OVER LOOKED ALBUMS
    1. j-live the best part
    2. group home – livin proof
    3. 3rd bass – cactus album
    4. black moon – enta the stage
    5. krs-one – return of the boom bap
    6. lord finesse – funky techincian
    7. oc – jewelz
    8. masta ace – take a look around
    9. pharcdye – bizarre ride to
    10. show and ag – runaway slaves

  • http://xxlmag.com thats him thats that bastard

    This is a damn list ppl

    (in no order)

    e.1999 eternal-bone
    Reasonable doubt-Jay
    built for cuban linx-raekwon
    36 chambers-wu
    the chronic-dre
    get rich or die tryin-50
    ready to die-biggie
    dear diary-scarface
    volume 2-jay
    we are the streets-the lox

    now thats some shit ppl

  • Fuck The World

    no THIS IS DA LIST

    2Pac- All Eyez On Me
    Biggie-Ready To Die
    Jay-Z Reasonalbe Doubt
    Nas-Illmatic
    Mobb Deep- The Infamous
    Dr.Dre- The Chornic
    Makaveli- The 7 Day Theory

  • http://myspace/8bronzeman grandpana

    does cat r fire big up 2 clipse and malice that in 2002 on the birdman cd it is the hottes verse the whole year keep doing ur thing respect on the work peace

  • trae bizzo

    Yes Sirrr, VA fire in my changer, albums should be judged by listening factor if i can’t listen to it all the way through it aint a classic dig!!

    1.Illmatic
    2.Dirty money (UGK)
    3.Lord Willin
    4.Jay-Z Vol III S.carter
    5.Life after death
    6.Liquid swordz
    7.Cuban Lynx
    8.Mc light Eyes on this
    9.Iron man
    10.Criminal minded
    11.Tical
    12.Fear of a black planet (thats right
    13.Straight outta compton

  • Cas ( Sean Bell R.I.P)

    Props to the Clipse for high lighting classic Hip-Hop albums. Gose to show they’er knowledge of Hip-Hop is accurate
    My opinion on the new Clipse “Hell Heth no Fury” album is that its a classic.

  • kne81

    What people have to realize is that the Clipse were asked to name 10 albums that THEY thought were classics to THEM, which entails naming 10 albums off the top of their head that they thought were classics. I’m pretty sure that they did want to put Pac or somebody who may have been left out, but they basically were naming 10 albums that were classics in their mind. Additionally, if you know ANYTHING about the Clipse, y’all would know that all the people they mentioned were people who influenced their style of rapping, as well as people who they felt put out classic material. Everything is a matter of perspective, people.

    To Baybidness, just a little FYI for you: maybe the reason why the Clipse is trying to be like New York because they were born there. They lived in Harlem for a good period of their childhood before moving to Virginia, so it’s kinda in their blood, homey. They might’ve lived in VA most of their lives, but since their family is from New York, that kind of pride for the city doesn’t exit your system, especially if you’re old enough to remember.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Took every single word outta mah mouth EVERY SINGLE LETTER…and ohhh yeah to who ever that’s hatin them for their list…That’s their taste….Why the fuck ya’ll beefin for..shit if I’m gonna be beefin’ some of ya’ll should take That “Get Rich Or Dye Tryin” down a couple of notches, or not off period…and if any Em’s album on the list They should’ve put “The Slim Shady LP” or “The Marshall Mathers LP” there not “The Eminem Show”,ohh don’t even think about “Encore” That was a disapointment, And his last one is more of a greatest hits so it don’t really count as an “original” album….to those that did show Clipse love for their list even though they have their own taste…good lookin for not hatin on it cuz i think is a good list too not to mention they put some old skool stuff in there.With that list it not just show what influence them,it also show they respect their HIP HOP roots,because without them you wouldn’t have your 50 cent,Em,or any of the artist we listen to right now…ooohhh yeah to homeboy that’s dissin’ on Kool G Rap,PE,and Rakim…man do your fuckin homework..they help build the foundation,and set the bars for all the Lyricist we have in HIP HOP today. I’m sorry for the long “essay” but I have to get some things off my chest, I would say more,but then I would take up the whole web page..hahahaha..and to Clipse good list, haven’t got the album yet but I’ma copped it real soon,..and to everybody else IT’S HIP HOP ALL DAY EVERYDAY NO MATTER WHERE IT’S FROM…KEEP REPPIN..

  • kne81

    Ohh yeah mah bad I forgot KRS-One..I’m Out

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    BlaXXXploitations of Donny Slaughter!!!! Put it on ya list!!!!

    http://www.myspace.com/gopentertainment — check me out, lemme know whut yall think!!!

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  • josh

    gud list, ain’t got da new clipse album spose i hav 2 get it since they don’t hand out xxl’s 4 nuttin.

    my list (no order)
    1)Illmatic-predictable but tru
    2)Reasonable doubt-quality
    3)Cuban linx-Wu classic
    4)36 chambers-if u ain’t got this, stop at nuthin. kill an old lady wateva trust me god will 4give u.
    5)Ready to die-don’t get me wrong life after is crazy i jus prefer this
    6)Infamous-remind me y they signed to g-unit?
    7)Chronic-U already know
    8)Don killuminati-this is like pac’s emotions in disc format
    9)Marshall mathers lp-if this ain’t a classic i don’t no wot is
    10)Str8 outta compton-the definition of gangsta
    11)Muddy waters-crazy
    12)Who needs actions when u got words-to evrybody who thinks Englands about sippin tea u r so wrong
    13)Things fall apart-real
    14)Ressurection-buy evry common album
    15)Black album-2nd to reasonble doubt
    16)Doggystyle-b4 he featured on evry single album rappin about how woman take there clothes off when they see him, he woz pretty dam good
    17)GangStarr-i cnt choose 1 album get them all
    18)All Eyez on me-think pac think this album
    19)Life after death-its a shame he wernt around 2 c da end of it R.I.P
    20)Power in numbers-buy this jus 4 a day at the races
    21)Rotten apple-the best album ever…………jus kiddin

  • http://xxlmagazine mr 92 pirates

    THEY DIDN’T INCLUDE THE BEST RAPPER OF ALL TIME TUPAC>!!!!!!!!

  • Crazy H

    Yo… nowhere is there a mention of Pac. He was THE BEST rapper of all time. Nobody put out a classics like he did. Tell me who can rip it like on Dear Mama? Outlaw? I can name 60 more tracks on this level. Mama’s Just a Little Girl? Shoot. If you want an album, Makaveli: The Don Killuminati or Me Against the World, or All Eyes On Me. Those are all timeless classics. It seems they only gave the Westcoast 1 recognition, and that is the Chronic. All of his posthemeus albums have even been classics [minus the one Em dropped, cause Em just wasn't the fit producer for that type of material, minus a few tracks]. In any case, you guys are straight up hatin on the Westcoast.

    I also feel that Lupe’s album shoulda been on that list, but its not as should have Commons last album. They did not sell 1 million, but thats cause of faggots downloadin his shit before it comes out.

  • HipHopIsDead

    2Pac – All Eyez On Me
    The Notorious B.I.G. – Ready To Die
    Nas – Illmatic
    Jay-Z – Reasonable Doubt
    DMX – It’s Dark And Hell Is Hot
    Raekwon – Only Build 4 Cuban Linx
    Capone ‘N’ Noreaga – The War Report
    Mobb Deep – The Infamous
    Big L – The Big Picture
    GangStarr – Moment Of Truth

  • eastpoint outlaw

    yall nigga stupid tupac is the greatest and if he were alive today jay and the rest of these niggaz wouldnt b eatin but newayz my top ten

    2pac-all eyes on me
    2pac- makavelie
    nas- illmatic
    jayz-reasonable doubt
    nas-god son
    outcast-aquemni
    lil wayne-the carter 2
    50 cent- get rich or die trying
    biggie- ready to die
    nwa- niggaz wit attitude

    todays classics

    the carter 2-lil wayne
    bad azz-lil boosie
    ti-im serius
    word of mouth-ludacris
    ti- trap musik
    young buck- str8 outta cashville

    yea its southern shit yall northin mothafuckas aint put shit out yet thats good waitin on nas

  • Fastlife

    Yo, I’m looking at some people’s lists of albums on here and just shaking my head. Me personally, that marshall mathers LP is a better album than the eminem show and I was always a little more partial to doggystyle over the chronic but that’s just splitting hairs.

    However, REAL TALK, whoever said you coulda taken out Rae and The Infamous and put in any Pac album had to be in diapers in ’95 or just straight up fuckin stupid. This very magazine did a feature on “Cocaine Rap” last month and didn’t even really give Cuban Linx… it’s due. That shit changed the whole fuckin culture. Pac as Makavelli… Big as Frank White… Nas Escobar (see Verbal Intercourse). The persona and concept for every record of the last ten years comes from that album. Say what ya’ll want in hindsight about Pac, but NOBODY has had more impact on this rap shit then them boys from Staten Island.

    No group before them ever got solo deals as part of their contract.

    Before Jay and Puff ever even thought of having their own clothing line, there was Wu-Wear. And not just in Macy’s or no shit like that, son. They had a whole fuckin store in New York. Brothers to this day are still rockin Clarks off of that shit.

    All the ice rockin, pasta eatin, cosa nostra, gun totin alias shit was born of a that, and whether they know it or not, most of these cats are still trying to remake that album.

    Respect Power.
    http://www.myspace.com/fastlifearchitect

  • bbron

    Everybody mad about Pac. Maybe they wasn’t influenced by Pac thats why he aint on there list. Im a Philly dude and im from the same era of the clipse age group which was the same era that most of there 10 was out 88-2001. In philly in the mid 90′s pac wasn’t our (my friends) influence. Not saying he aint great, but that wasn’t our flavor. Raekwon and Nas and Mobb and Big and Jay and Bootcamp was our outlet. Snoop and them killed it, Pac too, but when these dudes came out it was that east coast shit. They resembled us. East coast talk, life, and style. And you dickheads forget thats what the clipse are from. We wasn’t wearing flannel shirts and house shoes. We had tims, style flavor, polo, pelle pelle, fast life shit. So when these dudes came out and if your a hustlin dude they will be in your top 10. And pac named drop Jay and Mobb and them and yall think thats ill? He was a pupet them last years for Suge. He didn’t no none of them personally and yall think that was street? Big said thats Hustlin Backwards. Pac tried to fit in EVERYWHERE he went, including NY until them Brownsville BK niggas (real street niggas) did him dirty and he realized not to be down with just anybody. I like pac but I aint listen to that and then we stood on the corner or sit on the steps or at school like did you hear that Pac. Maybe where yall from, but we were quoting Big,Rae and Ghost, Jay, because that was us.And thru all the people I heard and all of them got a gift. JAY is the best of all time. Too much flow and style and his music is also timeless.

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  • david

    This is hip hop. Stop crying there is no such thing as the greatest of all time just great music for the last and this era and the next to come. From the A dont care what coast is on top. Only one of you named redman 4 straight classics albums. I saw common has anyone heard the the little brothers cd besides me nothing but good hip hop. To you knucklehead stop walking around looking like your favorite rapper thats gay. Dont sleep on em. And to the dumbasses stop being racial about music redman and em can out spit your favorite rapper.Albums sales mean nothing vanilli ice and hammer sold close to 20 mill each. This is hip hop from china to the bay from marcy to the A.

  • Schmeeboo

    kind of funny. no one ever mentions black moon on these type of influence/dope lists and i believe if clipse has a style like any other it’s like black moons’. enter da stage was an opus for hip hop influence back in the day.

  • Crazy H

    BBron, Pac was from New York. Thats where he was born, and that where he was raised up to a certain point [hence the name "MC New York"], but as far as Jay being the GOAT, Im not so sure. You hear a song like song cry, and then you here a remix that Pac was never on to begin with using the exact same being with Pac’s lyrics just dropped on the beat, and your like “whoa… he killed it far more than Jay did, and that wasn’t the original beat. Hell, dude ain’t even alive and he still killed it further than Jay did” [this is bout the Better Dayz remix on the Green Lantern remix CD].

    “He was a pupet them last years for Suge. He didn’t no none of them personally and yall think that was street? Big said thats Hustlin Backwards. Pac tried to fit in EVERYWHERE he went, including NY until them Brownsville BK niggas (real street niggas) did him dirty and he realized not to be down with just anybody.”

    …. Umm, he mashed they ass cause they were trying to open their mouths on a topic they knew nothin about. About hustlin, shoot. Pac knew all about it. That’s why he sold over 6 mill in like one month. BIG only sold 1 million. Also, BIG never had to live the “real street life”. Even his mom said that in an interview. She said that a lot of his lyrics were based entirely off fiction, making me think that what Pac said about him [i.e.: BIG] takin Pac’s life in his songs. I ain’ tryna start nothin between BIGGIE and Pac fans. Just wanted to clarify some facts. I think that the two people/groups that should NOT be on the list are:

    Mobb Deep, and Raekwon. I used to spin them back in the day, but come on. The only song you can bump of Mobb Deep till this day is “Shook Ones” and “Trife Life”.

    Raekwon, “Rainy Dayz” and “Ice Water”.

    When I think classic, I think of an album that has EVERY song that can be listened to, no matter what time period you in, like “All Eyes On Me” album, or the “Makaveli” album, or The Black Album, or both Illmatic and Stillmatic {Which I think is a very underated album}, etc. [I could repeat the rest of the list but don't wanna :)]. But too each his/her own opinion right? :)

    Take care y’all.

  • bluebluntz

    this is funny! guy, the clipse are just some artists that were asked to name 10 albums that they viewed as classics. not to mention there is two of them so you probably got five from pusha and five from malice. either way, everybody got they opinion. if you really wan to get into it you have to define what a classic album is. and it cna’t jusgt be off of record sale. because some albums I have sold millions but I can only stand about tree or four out of thirteen to fifteen songs. so sales don’t make a classic. I think it should be based on content, listening appeal and overall influence. honestly there are not that many artists or albums that can do that. the clipse do a good job of pointing some truly classic hip hop material. that’s it. people trippin’ because they some east coast cats so their choices are biased, of course they are. them and everybody else! grow up! most of you south people would choose scarface, outkast ludacris, TI & UGK; west coast people would choose Pac, snoop, dre, cube, game, i’s all the same! I’d like to see a hip hop committe formed and get together and do a non-biased rating for classic albums and give indetail reason behind each rating.

    and just to show some of you youngsters how unbiased I am (a 30 something hip hop fanatic who’s been around to hear most of these albums) I’ll pick ten albums that I think are classic for the three reasons I stated before:(no order)

    Public Enemy – “It Takes a Nation of Millions …”
    Eric B. & Rakim “Paid in Full”
    Dr. Dre – “The Chronic”
    NWA – “Straight Outta Compton”
    Jay-Z – “The Black Album”
    2Pac – “Me Against the World”
    Nas – “Stillmatic”
    Eminem -”The Marshall Mathers LP”
    OutKast – “Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik”
    Wu-Tang – “Enter the 36 Chambers”
    LL Cool J – “Bigger and Defer”

    these are not my top 10 albums of all time, just ten joints that I know I can personally call classic because of their influence, listening appeal and content.

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  • $hamsta

    yoo the list is alright…. its too bad yall east cost cats dont show luv ta 2pac. shit on all dem niggas. You all ready know.

  • wisesun

    only built for cubin linx greatest of all time

  • Fee-ski

    i noticed the comment about souther artists not selecting southern rappers for their “greatest list.” it’s worth remembering that 8 ball/MJG, UGK, etc., were predominantly in the deep south, southwest (including TN). If you lived in Kakolak and anywhere north of that (NC, VA), your influences were northern mainly. Shyt, i would ventune to say most of us carolina/va folks barely knew of sourthern artist outside of Scarface and Gheto boyz clique. Real talk. so don’t know Da Clipse. we’re just products of our environment.

  • Fee-ski

    i noticed the comment about souther artists not selecting southern rappers for their “greatest list.” it’s worth remembering that 8 ball/MJG, UGK, etc., were predominantly in the deep south, southwest (including TN). If you lived in Kakolak and anywhere north of that (NC, VA), your influences were northern mainly. Shyt, i would ventune to say most of us carolina/va folks barely knew of sourthern artist outside of Scarface and Gheto boyz clique. Real talk. so don’t knock Da Clipse. we’re/they’re just products of their environment.

  • MRMETOO

    YA’LL NIGGAZ GOT BAD TASTE IN MUSIC THIS IS A REAL FUCKIN LIST:

    1.BLUEPRINT-JAY-Z
    2.PURPLE HAZE-CAMRON
    3.WHAT THE GAMES MISSING-JUELZ
    4.REASONABLE DOUBT-JAY-Z
    5.KILLA SEASON-CAMRON
    6.BLACK ALBUM-JAY-Z
    7.COME HOME WITH ME – CAMRON
    8.DOGGYSTYLE – SNOOP
    9.ANY JA RULE ALBUM
    10.ALL LUDAS ALBUMS

    JAY-Z & CAMRON ARE THE ILLEST MC’S to bad they beefin would love to see em colab again

  • dikavelli

    tupac is the most overrated rapper in history. THE MOST. the only debate is if he released more filler before or after he died.

    his tats were the worst too.

  • JLY

    they left out the marshall mathers lp

  • koolkil27

    exchange ready to die for life after death and that list would be a great list

    clipse, lupe, and game only real niggas that came hard this year

    and ghostface shit was hot

    predict nas shit to be crazy like usual but with weak sales cause nas is nas when he promotes it still looks like he half asses it

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    forgot the marshall mathers Lp, you don’t like your a fuckin hater

  • http://roughryderz10aol.com blkmn

    yeah you right, eminem needs to be on that, changed the game for sho

  • PITPAT

    wtf how is marshal mathers lp gonna have an effect on there career when these cats been out for so long.

    tupac is ill should of been in that list but atleast they got the GODFATHER of hip hop JAY-Z

  • ricky d

    Hilarious that someone actually listed an accurate top 10 and the kids are like “where’s Eminem?” and the east wasn’t feeling Tupac back in the day, remember the East/West beef? Where do you think VA fell?

  • PITPAT

    oh and this is a real list:

    blueprint
    purplehaze
    red light district
    what the games been missing
    killa season

  • southern boy

    Hell Hath No Fury is the best album i’ve heard since The Black Album in 2004

  • jusabrudda

    great list. come on niggaz. this isnt your list so stop sayin that they left out other albums, and thats not good.

  • dez dollarz

    great picks but no pac,it’s like the sky with no sun

  • dez dollarz

    the list go’s like this to me
    1.illmatic
    2.all eyes on me
    3.the chronic
    4.i am
    5.enter the wu(36 chambers)
    6.the slim shady lp
    7.hell is hot,night is dark(dmx)
    8.hell hath no fury
    9.yeah baby
    10.collage dropout

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  • THE G.O.D.

    peace, them cats picked what they like. adds on to any real heads’list
    Kane-long live the Kane
    EPMD-any business album
    Gangstarr-Hard to earn
    Jeru-the sun rises in the East
    GZA-liquid swords/legend of L.s
    Cube-Amerikka’s Most wanted
    Onyx-BACCDAFUCCUP
    Brand Nubian-All for one
    Slick Rick-the adventures of…
    too many to put on a damn list, if you really think about it
    peace

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    Nas – Illmatic
    Notorious BIG – Ready To Die
    Method Man – Tical
    Raekwon – Built 4 Cuban Linx
    Nas – It Was Written
    Jay-Z – Reasonable Doubt
    Outkast -Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik
    2pac – 2pacalyse Now
    Strictly 4 My Niggaz
    Me Against The World

    And there’s still more to name I’m just giving you a tip of the iceberg. Understand something people, a classic is an album you can never get enough of whether it comes out today or in the past, it is an album that you’ll play forward, backwards, any way you possibly can without never touching the either skip button

  • JonnyE

    first that fool Escobar obviously came down with Pac envy years ago.
    Eminem dont belong on the list dummies. 50′s gay ass either. Jay’z new album? On everything I didnt even know it came out and dont know anybody who has it… And one time man I really couldnt say the top 10 album really but just use common sense lets say u mean best performing album. If All Eyez On Me is like one of the only double albums to go HOW MANY TIMEZ PlatiNUM??? REally though man check on it see how many times its platinum.A DOUBLE DISK. And I aint gonna lie I bought a Jay-z album but It wasnt one of the ones ya’ll talkin about. I was like 14 and one of the songs on there was MoneyCashHoesw/DMX. Are u fools retarded? Damn thats by far J’s best.Oh see BlueBluntz is smart. if u from the west you’ll pick pacdre and snoop,South, outkastluda and Face, east, b.i.g. nas and J. See now I’d pick mostly West cuz I know we the hottest and do it the cleanest. Stop hatin on us ya BITCH !!!hahahahha
    And J makes songs 4 bytchez anyway so hes like an R+B album so dont compare him 2 Game man. It aint the same. And doubt we the cleanest? Check record sales on Pac, Snoop, Dre, and Game after a few more months 4 him. And DJ Quick + Too $hort were platinum in the 80′s. Yeah check on that. really though the west didnt start with Pac.
    And J is really not the best from NY. It’s Nas or B.I.g. or somebody b4 my time. shit aint Puff the king there? think about it though he been doin it hella big for how long??? member that fool said ’10 years from now/still b on top’ ?? he really wasnt lyin 2 ya’ll. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOh the point?? All Eyez On Me, double-disk, multimultimulti platinum. How could that not be in most of ya’lls top 10? what ya’ll really need 2 do is stop hatin on the Golden State.thats it.

  • The Chef

    How come when people talk about classics they dont mention A Tribe Called Quest Midnight Merauders? It aint gansta music, but that is a hip hip classic!!

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    Clipse deserve to be in that classic list…come on..the production alone is supertight…add some lyricists to the mix and it’s a wrap…

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  • http://YAHOO dirtywhite

    Clipse is the hottest duo out of the south or east coast since outkast, Eightball and MJG, even Mobb Deep dez nigz aint no joke lyrics point story point they paint pictures. I just cant believe they slept on Pacs All Eyez though thats the classic of all classics and need i mention outkast pick one Atliens, Aquemini. Regardless of the fact though this album here is butter on grits.

  • BIG BLACK BALLS

    ck it, mike hyde is cumming to ur town 2 tear up this shit.

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    y aint jim jonez on this lizt?

  • PITPAT

    honestly these niggaz have a great album they really brang some orignal beats to the table but XXL! cmon it aint that great maybe you guys just got too excited listing to it for the first time but after a few listens the beats kinda get anoying & you dont really feel like listing to it again.

  • The Truth

    Why is everyone hatin on the Clipse list? It’s their own personal opinion, although I do feel like The 7 day theory is one of the greatest albums of all time, I’m glad an artist shows enough class not to ride Pac just because he’s dead.The Clipse released a sure classic and aside from the vets of the game like Jay, Nas, Styles P (SUPPORT TIME IS MONEY!!), Jadakiss, and Eminem, they are the best rappers out. C’mon folks were talkin about hip-hop here, artistry over sales, in this day of big business we forgot what we are about. The best albums of ’06 were realesed this month, Styles-Time Is Money , Nas- Hip Hop is Dead, Jay-Z – Kingdom Come (a classic he’s still got it), and The Clipse – Hell Hath No Fury, this is hip hop not pop, Lyrics over spins, get your minds right.

  • PITPAT

    top 5 albums –

    1.PURPLE HAZE – CAMRON
    2.RED LIGHT DISTRICT – LUDA
    3.BLUEPRINT – JAY-Z
    4.DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITY 1 – DIPSET
    5.T.I – KING

    honrable mentions – come home with me, what the games missing, hustlers p.o.m.e,

  • Limón

    How the fuck can u yall deny PAC i mean who had more impact on hiphop as we know it than he????????????????????????
    Now hoooold up…. heres MY PERSONAL list…. so dont even start it

    ALL EYEZ ON ME -2 of amerikaz…

    GET RICH OR DIE TRYIN – In Da Club (think bout da impact mofaka… think bout it!!!)

    2001 – Still D.R.E.

    THE BLUPRINT – Heart of the city

    THE MINSTREL SHOW – all around classic

    DOGGYSTYLE – Ain’t No Fun

    KING – What you kno?

    Close are:

    Capital Punishment
    The Black Album
    Be
    The Chronic
    What the Game’s been missing
    Straight Outta Compton

    But u know im young so i cant relate to some of that fuckin pre ’90 shit

  • Limón

    …. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand
    dat clipse thing is good but it aint no XXL or even a classic
    I mean theres not one real rythm in dat mofaka… and chinese new year is really fucked up i mean… can sumbody get them a hook or at least some sounds so they dont have to imitate the fireworks…
    …but its good lol

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  • Dj-L

    man dont b h8in on clipse they bk now and came bk wit a dope album so respect that am bangin tha album all tha way itz got dope beats n dope rhymes

  • Tahnto

    I like their choices which are on point and I also agree with BBRON with the Shining being another option. These were definitely the finer times of Rap within Hip Hop where lyrics were essential and part of the game. We getting back to it with vets like Ghost, Sean P and others carrying the torch! One hunnid!

  • Toufy

    OL4C and Illmatic are classic in France too but clipse aren’t famous and i don’t know why……

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  • Bazze G

    pac? snoop? eminem? 50 cent? you smokin or what? pac- pacalypse is okay, it got some good tracks (i dont give a fuck, brenda got a baby, if my homies call) but its not so fucking great. snoop – great man but you cant talk about any other album than doggystyle and even that aint 2 great (whats my name, murder was the case, gin and juice) its gr8 but not ennuf. 50 – suck my motherfuckin dick you stink. eminem – fuck off…..

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  • Clammy Claude

    im not gonna lie ..i was majorly skeptical bout hell hath no fury and im not a fan of the clipse ..but i listened to the whole thing and even tho im so sick of the neptunes and the beats get so anoying fter like 3 tracks the clipse tore that shit apart man….and they would be so much better if the expanded their horizons in production….just imagine what they would sound like over different beats…props to them niggas for real for blowin my expectations away…dnt hat on them man..

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    2.T.I(KING OF DA MUFUCKING SOUTH)
    3.cassidy(beasting)
    4.Clipse(My niggas..Fuck mobb deep)
    5.Faboulous
    6.ludacris
    7.8ball and mjg
    8.jody breeze
    9.Starr 47(…love his mix tape…reel undergroundish nigga)
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