My number Five album of the year is Pusha T’s My Name is My Name. This album is so good. If Pusha T had only released nosetalgia and numbers on the board, it would have been a great album.
My number Four album of the year is Action Bronson’s SAAAB Stories. Produced by Harry Fraud every song is a banger, no sleepers. Strictly for my jeeps is still a song I play regularly.
The number three album is Earl Sweatshirt’s Doris. This album does not have a “radio song” on it but it doesn’t take away anything from the album, it is an album that I always play through. Sunday featuring Frank Ocean is such an honest song. It has a real dark grimmy fell to it but it’s not a depressing album.
Number 2 is Danny Brown’s OLD. The Concept behind this album is fantastic. Starting off on Side A Danny Brown Raps in his old style, then in Side B Danny Brown jumps back to his “new” style of rap. Both Side A and Side B are really good and can be played multiple times with out getting tired of the album. On a side note if you ever have the chance to see Danny Brown live jump on it.
My number one album is Chance The Rapper’s Acid Rap. This album is front to back a great album. Thirteen songs and not one that misses the mark. The features in this album are perfect. This is one of my favorite albums ever.
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