11 West Coast Rappers Weigh In On The Best L.A. Hip-Hop Album Ever
But the bounce of Mustard's beats and the snarl of YG and ScHoolboy Q's gangsta raps—not to mention the sing/rap of Kid Ink and the street stylings of the likes of Nipsey Hu$$le and Dom Kennedy—are the byproducts of the generation of L.A. hip-hop that came before, spearheaded by N.W.A, Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg. With L.A. experiencing a renaissance, XXL asked 11 L.A.-area rappers to name the best L.A. hip-hop album of all time. —XXL Staff
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