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Young Buck, Straight Outta Ca$hville: G Unit Collectors Edition, Vol. 2 (2004)

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Master P, Good Side, Bad Side (2004)

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Madvillain, Madvillainy (2004)

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Plies, Definition Of Real (2008)

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Tyler, The Creator, Bastard (2009) (Unofficial)

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The Empire & Lil Wayne, The Drought Is Over: Collector's Edition (2009)

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Plies, Goon Affiliated (2010)

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Method Man, Ghostface Killah and Raekwon, Wu-Massacre (2010)

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Brotha Lynch Hung, Dinner And A Movie (2010)

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Bobby Brackins, Pimp Hand Strong (2011)

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Pharoahe Monch, W.A.R. (We Are Renegades) (2011)

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Lil B, Trapped in BasedWorld (2012)

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ScHoolboy Q, Habits & Contradictions (2012)

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Juvenile, Mardi Gras (2012)

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Ghostface Killah & Adrian Younge, Twelve Reasons To Die (2013)

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Brotha Lynch Hung, Mannibalector (2013)

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Louie V Mob, New World Order (2013)

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ScHoolboy Q, Oxymoron (2014)

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What rapper doesn’t do it the ski mask way? Fresh off the unveiling of ScHoolboy Q’s stark black and white album cover for Oxymoron, XXL wanted to take a quick look at other artworks that had rappers donning a skully, a mask or something in between. So without further ado, here’s a recent history of rappers disguising themselves. Goon affiliated.