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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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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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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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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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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Kelly Rowland - Here I Am Artwork

Kelly Rowland - Here I Am

The last time we convened to discuss a Kelly Rowland album I had no choice but to talk about the Jordan Effect, in which a star player in their own right becomes historically handcuffed to their even more famous teammate. You... 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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Beyoncé - 4 Artwork

Beyoncé - 4

In a strange way Beyoncé is a victim of her own success. She’s the closest we now have to Michael Jackson, a transcendent entertainer with the power to both sell out stadiums and have the White House on speed dial (and... 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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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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Skyzoo - The Great Debater Artwork

Skyzoo - The Great Debater

I know when you all click on these album reviews you really just want to read stories about me, so with that in mind….when I was playing high school football I was better than our starting safety, but I was a junior and he... Read Full Review

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