That all depends on personal preferences of course, and maybe we shouldn’t be comparing projects anyway. Ce n'est pas parce qu'on a rien à dire qu'il faut se taire, est-ce le slogan de la génération rap ? The album has 12 tracks, refreshingly with no skits and no guest emcees at all (other than Big K.R.I.T. Toen Spliff recruited a host of talented emcees to do his beats justice – Kool G Rap, Big Shug, Sadat X, Ed OG, Shabaam Sahdeeq, Illa Ghee, Ruste Juxx, Pacewon, C Rayz Walz, Tha God Fahim, Daniel Son, Ren Thomas, Young Lo, Solomon Childs, Realio Sparkzwell, Ill Conscious, Recognize Ali, Supreme Cerebral, Zagnif Nori, Kool Taj Tha Gr8, Localblac, Suezar, and Born Talent – adding this project to your music library should be a no-brainer if you’re a boom-bap head. For a song to be listed below it must have a release date no older than two weeks from the current date and it must rank among the top 200 best selling rap songs. Excellent project though. KWESBAAR is Neak’s first introduction as an all-inclusive producer using the landscape of his life as a classroom moving from his current consciousness to the next.”. This means the album’s playing time is just a couple of minutes over half an hour – just over EP-length and too short for a proper album, really. As Uncommon Nasa told HHGA: ‘The production on this project really fits with what I do well in so far as it’s heavy drums with vintage synth and prog-rock influences over the top. 9 is not to be slept on. Sonically and lyrically Things Got Worse is deliciously dark and gritty and it gets better with every listen. Picture: Getty We’re basically just primal creatures easily influenced by media, medicines, and a self-consumed fantasy world that most live in.”. Don’t let the somewhat a-typical album cover art fool you – this is real Hip Hop, an album with great replay value and a must-have for anyone who likes authentic, quality Hip Hop with perfectly executed Golden Age Hip Hop vibes, without sounding dated at all. Most post-humous releases out there are little more than sad cash-grabs and do little justice to the artists’ legacies. We have reconciled ourselves with the fact there is a shadow genre of rap music out there we feel has little to do with Hip Hop, but for which there’s a market apparently – so hey, to each his own. “Me and my people break bread, sit and smoke 10. Thought Instruments is a dope collaboration effort of emcee Learic and producer Es-K. It’s clear that a lot of time, love and attention went into the making of this album – seamless production of the 16 tracks results in an entirely cohesive album with no filler at all. Westside Gunn’s vision is brilliant – the movement he built with Griselda is incredible and hugely influential, and the new sound they brought to Hip Hop is spreading like an oil spill. Apollo Brown has been one of Hip Hop’s most consistent producers for over a decade now and with this project, he firmly solidifies his status as one of the game’s top dogs. Some worse than others, but all the albums listed in this piece were unsatisfying for a variety of reasons. It’s always frustrating to review a Griselda project. Skits are usually nothing but useless filler and an annoyance, but on this album, the skits even serve a purpose (referring back to the UBN theme of The Minstrel Show). 38 Spesh is a producer/emcee from Rochester, NY who has been dropping fire solo and collaborative releases in the Hip Hop underground for over a decade now and is perhaps best-known for his close affiliation with Griselda heavy-hitters like Conway The Machine and Benny The Butcher, and also for his 2018 collaboration Son Of G Rap album with the legendary Kool G Rap. It's that time of year again. There are a lot of guest artists – like Teira Lockhart Church, Thandi Ntuli, Rae Khalil, Rippy Austin, Joi Starr, VCR, Javonte Pollard, Billz Egypt, and Teodross Avery who all add flavor with their vocals. Released on January 2nd, this album flew way under most people’s radars. You may know Diabolic from his feature on the hidden track after Immortal Technique’s song “Dance with The Devil” or from battle-rap fame. On Eve Rapsody continues her exploration of black empowerment and female strength, cleverly conceptualized by naming all 16 tracks after strong and inspiring black women. A thing that may spark some controversy is Nems’ use of the N-word in his songs, especially in these over-sensitive times. An album to kick back and relax to. Sure enough, Secrets & Escapes does not disappoint – this is a more than solid addition to Brother Ali’s consistently strong catalog. This is a GREAT album people, easily one of the best of the year. This trademark-gimmick may have been funny at first, or useful in establishing brand-recognition, but these adlibs are really becoming a major annoyance at this point. On October 23, Lil Nas X's "Old Town Road" received an RIAA Diamond certification, 2019's first Diamond certification and the fastest song in history to reach this milestone. November. 8Ball & MJG have always operated a bit in the shadow of other trailblazing Southern acts like OutKast and UGK, but over the years they have put together a pretty impressive body of work, as a duo and as solo artists as well. It’s also a bad decision to let Eminem’s verse be the last one on the album, it closes the album out on a false note. … https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_number-one_R%26B/hip-hop_songs_of_2019_(U.S.)&oldid=933340212, Lists of number-one R&B songs in the United States, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 31 December 2019, at 10:08. Back At The House, while not quite the masterpiece Hiding Places is, is a great album in its own right. Who better to recruit than Ghostface Killah to ensure the creation of another potentially timeless Hip Hop record? If 2019 were a hip-hop album, it'd be about time to usher in the bonus tracks. In the next year, you will be able to find this playlist with the next title: Top 100 Rap Songs of 2021 - Best Popular Rap Songs 2021. Los Angeles based DJ and Producer Tone Spliff (who originally is from Utica, NY) drops a true gem with this crowdfunded project. “You know it’s funny when it rains it pours They got money for wars, but can’t feed the poor.” – 2Pac (read more of 2pac’s best lyrics) 18. Ill Camille and Damani Nkosi are artists to watch – don’t forget Damani Nkosi had one of the best albums this decade with his 2014 release Thoughtful King. For Back At The House Hemlock Ernst got together with Kenny Segal, the LA-based producer who already has one of the best albums of 2019 under his belt with Hiding Places, his excellent collabo with the unsung billy woods. League, Hesami and The Heatmakerz. This is what happens when an elite lyricist teams up with an elite beatsmith and when everything clicks: 11 songs, all of them strong. Class, confidence, style, intelligence, attitude, skill, power – Rapsody has it all and on Eve it all comes together to result in an album that will be sure to rank among the decade’s best. This is an important album – like Prey For The Poor Hip Hop for thinking people. The list includes albums (LP’s) exclusively. You missed Masta Ace & Marco Polo – A Breukelen story, Lowkey – Soundtrack to the Struggle 2 I like Rome Streetz and Chris Crack well enough – didn’t include them though because I consider their releases too short, not album/LP-length, but EP-length. 26 years after their landmark debut, Enta Da Stage, and 16 years after their latest release Total Eclipse, Black Moon comes full circle as they take it back to the essence with this fantastic reunion album. Can’t go wrong with any of those picks except, I didn’t see Blu , and Damu the Fudgemonks project . People Under The Stairs – easily one of the most underrated duos in Hip Hop, ever. Getty Image. Keith Sweat & Montell Jordan en concert le 31 mars 2020 à la Salle Pleyel. Their crime-rhyme tough-guy lyrics are creative enough to stay enjoyable, and their we-don-give-a-f**k attitude is infectious. One of the most anticipated albums of the year delivers on all accounts. This is his first full-length project since 2015’s Prey For The Poor – one of HHGA’s favorite albums of 2015, second only after TPAB. And with the popularity of hip hop comes an explosion in the number of amazing USA hip hop music festivals across this great country. PSYCHODRAMA plays like a kind of a cathartic therapy session, with Dave exploring issues like family, relationships, identity and life in general. If you’re a billy woods noob Terror Management is not a bad entry point (even if it’s not his best album) – the album is characteristic of woods’ left-field sound and style, but it is a bit more accessible than some of his other works are. Outstanding and resonant – Eve is one of 2019’s best albums. Caligula, the first album under his new moniker. Perhaps one of the most surprising releases of the year, this is a project that may take some getting in to – but which ultimately is more than rewarding. Post Malone Tells Us About His New ‘Celebrity World Pong League’ Show And His Upcoming Music. So: Soul On Ice 2 may be a bit of a mixed bag, but when it’s good it’s great – a must-listen for those of you appreciative of lyrical Hip Hop. Here’s HipHopDX's Top 20 best rap songs of 2019! Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. So while it would be not that difficult to compile a list with wack albums from the (t)rap mainstream, we just don’t want to spend the energy on negativity. posse cut featuring Detroit’s elite emcee Elzhi and Griselda heavy’s Benny The Butcher, Conway The Machine and Westside Gunn, and “Audacity Of Dope” is a blueprint of how Hip Hop should sound. On February 22nd Smif-N-Wessun returned with The All. Written and recorded in its entirety over the course of three trips Brother Ali undertook to Los Angeles and entirely produced by Dilated Peoples’ Evidence, Secrets & Escapes consists of 11 tracks, with guest features from Talib Kweli, Pharoahe Monch, C.S. I am amazed that almost no one reviewed Kemba’s “Gilda” this year. Dark boom-bap beats and great lyricism – this is a fine project from one of the most interesting personalities in the game today. I would definitely recommend that one if you guys haven’t heard it yet. Even Soul On Ice‘ s strong point never was its production, and the same can be said for Soul On Ice 2. Beats and bars both of the highest quality and endless replay value mean Hip Hop at its finest: Retropolitan is one of the best Hip Hop albums of the year. Where Nas’ Lost Tapes 2 compilation was OK – good but nor great (a couple of bangers, but also a few songs that should never have been released), this O.C. Download There Existed an Addiction to Blood. “Rap is something you do Hip Hop is something you live.” – KRS-One. All the projects mentioned on the list and in the honorable mentions are worthwhile listens, which goes to show the quantity of quality released this year. Knowing Evidence’s production-chops and taking into account the fact Brother Ali has never released a weak project, one could say Secrets & Escapes deserved more pre-hype and more fanfare upon its release. This Was Supposed to Be Fun, the debut LP (and second ofﬁcial offering) from Epic Beard Men, is an indie-rap tour de force by two of the underground’s ﬁnest; Sage Francis and B. Dolan.
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