The year is over and Hip Hop is already here, with 10 albums that stand out in their own right.
Here are 10 of them, with our top 10 picks.1.
The Blueprint (TDE)By far the most surprising album of 2018, The Blueprint by TDE is a collection of beats and tracks that was meant to be.
It’s a sonic and lyrical experiment that finds its way through the veins of the genre and showcases a strong production from both producers and artists.
While the album isn’t perfect, it’s a solid collection of songs that stands as a testament to the power of Hip Hop as a whole.
It can be easily dismissed as just another mixtape and a few of the beats can be repetitive, but its still one of the most engaging albums of 2018.2.
The Dope House (Buckwilder)The first Dope Records release in 2017, The Dopeman House is a compilation of instrumental and production-heavy beats that are both heavy and catchy.
It showcases a wide range of producers, as well as the group’s growing maturity as a group.
The album features the likes of DJ Khaled, D’Angelo, A$AP Rocky, Travi$ Scott, Big Sean and others.3.
The Fade (Roxanne Cash)This might be a little bit of a surprise, but Roxanne Cash is the most accomplished MC in hip hop.
While her beats aren’t perfect—it’s possible that her beats are just too similar to those of some of the producers featured on the album—the beats she makes here are consistently strong and well-crafted.
The project’s themes are complex and interesting, and there’s plenty of music to listen to.4.
The Bizarro World (Kris Kross)With two albums in a row, The Bizzare World is a pretty solid hip hop album.
It focuses on the group of rappers who have found a place in the mainstream hip hop scene and is definitely a worthy entry point for listeners who haven’t heard of them yet.
The group is a group of mostly young rappers who use a variety of different styles to create something different and unique to listen and listen to, and this album is definitely an excellent example of this.5.
The Black Album (Nathan Fillion)Another solid debut by Nathan Fillion, The Black is an album of great beats and a cohesive collection of themes that is just beautiful to listen.
With some of its tracks sounding a bit rushed and rushed in spots, it also suffers from some of these issues.
Still, this album proves that a lot of good hip hop can come out of nothing and is a very solid album to listen too.6.
The Mixtape (Empire)This album by Empire is the best Hip Hop album of the year.
With an impressive production team that includes DJ Mustard, Kendrick Lamar, and Kanye West, this is a great debut album for the label.
It also features some great tracks like “N.Y.C.,” “My Life,” and “The Big Picture,” and this is definitely one of those albums that has you looking forward to the next album in a long time.7.
The Storyteller (Nam Y. Huh)Nam y.
Huh is an excellent MC in his own right, and his music is extremely accessible and enjoyable.
The storyteller is the kind of MC that has a knack for capturing the essence of the music and bringing it into an accessible and engaging format.
His rhymes are always clear and engaging, and the production is never overbearing.
It definitely has its flaws, but this album shows how well Nam is able to bring the music of the South to a mainstream audience.8.
The Young Money (Young Money)Young Money is the next-level MC of the era, and he is the reason why this album gets the nod for the top of our list.
Young Money is a leader in Hip Hop, and that’s what he brings to the table.
He has great production skills and a wide array of interesting concepts that make his beats even better.
This album is the first time in a while that a rapper has been able to capture the essence and feel of the culture and produce an album that feels very modern and relevant.9.
The Book (Marian Hill)Marian is an artist who is a master at what she does and her music is incredibly unique.
She has been producing music for years, and her sound is always fresh and new.
The music here is all very modern, and it shows.
This is one of Hill’s best albums, and she really nails the sound and the vibe of this album.10.
A.P. Music (The Book)The Book is a concept album that shows just how powerful and powerful of a sound the music is.
The concept of the album is that it’s not a book that you’re going to buy or read, it is an experience.
It is about the power