Top Mixtapes & Albums Chart

Top Mixtape & Albums Chart - Created by combining how many times a project has been viewed along with your ratings, DJBooth's chart list the top new hip hop mixtapes and albums out right now.

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Kanye West & Jay-Z - Watch the Throne Artwork

Kanye West & Jay-Z - Watch the Throne

We live in a world addicted to a dangerous combination of amnesia and exaggeration. Everything is the biggest ever, the greatest of all-time, the event after which nothing else will ever be the same. That kind of hyperbole is... Read Full Review
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Kendrick Lamar- #Section80 Artwork

Kendrick Lamar- #Section80

Hip-hop has declared many young emcees the savior, although it’s unclear exactly what hip-hop needed to be saved from. Materialism, shallowness, commercialization, the truth is that hip-hop has always contained the sins we... Read Full Review
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Lloyd - King of Hearts Artwork

Lloyd - King of Hearts

The last ten years have been strange for male R&B royalty. While rap has for the most part held steady, with Jay-Z, Kanye and Eminem forming a triumvirate leadership, R&B has undergone more changes than a Beverly Hills trophy... Read Full Review
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Thurz - L.A. Riot Artwork

Thurz - L.A. Riot

It’s rare that one song can sum up an entire album, but L.A. Riot is a rare album, and Rodney King is a rare song. More than just storytelling rap, this is cinema. A less confident, and less truthful, emcee than Thurz would... Read Full Review
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Amy Winehouse - Back to Black Artwork

Amy Winehouse - Back to Black

Amy Winehouse’s short, beautiful and painful life ended two weeks ago. In her last few years she became something less than a person, a joke to be leered at by the public intent like a slow motion car accident. But before... Read Full Review
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Bad Meets Evil - Hell: The Sequel Artwork

Bad Meets Evil - Hell: The Sequel

I get to write about a lot of albums, some of them great, some of them worse than a night in a Tijuana jail, but I rarely get to truly write about hip-hip history. Not tonight, for tonight I get to write about Bad Meets... Read Full Review
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Jay Rock - Follow Me Home Artwork

Jay Rock - Follow Me Home

Gangster rap was the best and worst thing to ever happen to west coast hip-hop. Up until the late ‘80s L.A. was essentially a blank spot on the map – all eyes and ears were seemingly permanently focused on New York City.... Read Full Review
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Tech N9ne - All 6’s & 7’s Artwork

Tech N9ne - All 6’s & 7’s

Not everyone out there is a Tech N9ne fan, or ever really knows who the Kansas City emcee is, so before we get rolling on his new album All 6’s & 7’s let’s take a moment to educate the latecomers. Put simply, Tech, or... Read Full Review
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Big K.R.I.T. - ReturnOf4Eva Artwork

Big K.R.I.T. - ReturnOf4Eva

Hip-hop fans, more than the fans of any other genre, are a cynical bunch. In 1979 the original emcees were convinced that simply recording rhymes would kill their culture, in 1989 the emergence of Vanilla Ice was surely the... Read Full Review
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Pitbull - Planet Pit Artwork

Pitbull - Planet Pit

You might not have noticed, but Pitbull has quietly become one of the most guaranteed hitmakers in the business. Ok, so maybe “quietly” wasn’t the right word. There’s not much quiet about a man prone to yelling... Read Full Review

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