Posts Tagged ‘J-Live

30
Dec
09

100 Best Hip-Hop Albums of the Decade (2008)

100 Best Hip-Hop Albums of the Decade

Aight, congrats for makin’ it this far

We’ve arrived at the final Top 10 list before we venture into this year’s choices. I’ve planned something real special for the ’09 lists, so visit again soon to find out .

You wouldn’t want to miss it!

Best Hip-Hop Albums of 2008

1. Q-Tip – The Renaissance

2. Nas – Untitled

3. Black Milk – Tronic

4. Jake One – White Van Music

5. Elzhi – The Preface

6. T.I. – Paper Trail

7. J-Live – Then What Happened?

8. The Roots – Rising Down

9. Lil’ Wayne – Tha Carter III

10. Young Jeezy – The Recession

Honorable Mentions: EMC – The Show, GZA – Pro Tools, Little Vic – Each Dawn I Die, Murs – Murs For President, Scarface – Emeritus

..Now that we’re back up to speed, let’s close the decade out right. Patience is a virtue.. Keep it locked!

23
Dec
09

100 Best Hip-Hop Albums of the Decade (2000-01)

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With the decade coming to a close, it’s time to highlight the best records in hip-hop. I’ll be running down my choices for the 10 Best Albums of each year until we finally arrive at the Best of ’09 to close things out. I’ll be covering a lot of material so feel free to comment on my picks, as I’m always down for a debate. Click the album covers or names to purchase your copies of albums that will be remembered throughout hip-hop history. Let’s go!

Best Hip-Hop Albums of 2000

1. Ghostface – Supreme Clientele

2. Eminem – The Marshall Mathers LP

3. Outkast – Stankonia

4. Common – Like Water For Chocolate

5. Big L – The Big Picture

6. Reflection Eternal (Talib Kweli & Hi-Tek) – Train of Thought

7. Jurassic 5 – Quality Control

8. Dead Prez – Let’s Get Free

9. Wu-Tang Clan – The W

10. Jedi Mind Tricks – Violent By Design

Honorable Mentions: Big Punisher – Yeeeah Baby, De La Soul – Art Official Intelligence: Mosaic Thump, M.O.P. – Warriorz, Slum Village – The Fantastic Vol. 2

Best Hip-Hop Albums of 2001

1. Jay-Z – Blueprint

2. Nas – Stillmatic

3. Masta Ace – Disposable Arts

4. J-Live – The Best Part

5. Immortal Technique – Revolutionary Vol. 1

6. Ghostface – Bulletproof Wallets

7. Cannibal Ox – The Cold Vein

 

 

8. 2Pac – Until The End Of Time

9. Aesop Rock – Labor Days

10. Cormega – The Realness

Honorable Mentions: , 7L & Esoteric – Soul Purpose, Pete Rock – PeteStrumentals, Redman – Malpractice

Stay tuned for my Best Hip-Hop Albums of 2002-3 list coming soon..

26
Sep
09

How Real It Is

I’ve been goin’ through my collection of CD’s to compile my list of the best albums of the 00’s, so I’ve been listening to a lot of New York MC/DJ/Producer J-Live. “How Real It Is” is a jam from his 2002 disc All Of The Above for your Saturday afternoon listening pleasure.

Youtube for the win, Enjoy!

Download: J-Live – How Real It Is





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