Seth Rogen Names His Favorite Hip-Hop Albums
Seth Rogen is currently promoting his new movie The Night Before, which arrives in theaters nationwide this Friday (Nov. 20). Today (Nov. 16) the actor did a Twitter Q&A with fans, letting his followers ask anything they wanted. One of the questions was what Rogen's favorite hip-hop album is and Rogen responded.
Seth Rogen couldn't narrow down his selection to just one album. Instead, Rogen named three LPs that could contended for the top spot: Wu-Tang Clan's Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), A Tribe Called Quest's Midnight Marauders and The Roots' Do You Want More?!!!? Clearly, Rogen has an affinity for classic East Coast rap from the 90s.
It's no secret that Seth Rogen loves hip-hop as the soundtracks to his movies have routinely featured plenty of hip-hop tracks. Rogen made a cameo in a Beastie Boys music video a few years back and famously parodied with Kanye West's "Bound 2" video with James Franco. Rogen even wanted to become Waka Flocka Flame's personal blunt roller when the position was open. With all his public affection for hip-hop, it should come as no surprise that the comedian has some good taste in albums.