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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Common - The Dreamer / The Believer Artwork

Common - The Dreamer / The Believer

You met her in 1992, and what you loved most she had so much soul. The two of you related, mentally and emotionally, and it wasn’t long before you knew that throughout your life she’d be there for you. And you’d be... Read Full Review
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The Roots - undun Artwork

The Roots - undun

Over the course of two decades and 14 albums (more or less), The Roots have simultaneously become the most hip-hop group in hip-hop, and the least hip-hop group in hip-hop. While the legendary Philly crew began as the... Read Full Review
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Drake - Take Care Artwork

Drake - Take Care

From Elvis’ rebellious hip-swaying in the ‘50s to Eminem’s nihilistic rap in the late ‘90s, every generation sees a young artist emerge who embodies the mood of their time. This generation has been raised, for better... Read Full Review
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Tech N9ne - Welcome to Strangeland Artwork

Tech N9ne - Welcome to Strangeland

It’s really not that hard to figure out why Tech N9ne’s succeeded. The major labels are dedicated to making hip-hop an insider’s club. Fans aspire to the lifestyles of their favorite artists, and they’re willing to... Read Full Review
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Young Jeezy - Thug Motivation 103: Hustlerz Ambition Artwork

Young Jeezy - Thug Motivation 103: Hustlerz Ambition

I assumed Game’s R.E.D. Album was an anomaly, but maybe it was more like a blueprint. Here’s the plan. Be a rap star. Have your album delayed repeatedly until people start to wonder if it will ever actually come out, all... Read Full Review
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Childish Gambino - Camp Artwork

Childish Gambino - Camp

From LL Cool J to Ludacris to whoever that guy was who played Biggie in Notorious, we’ve seen a lot of Raptors (rappers turned actors), but we’ve never seen an Appter (actor turned rapper), or at least we hadn’t before... Read Full Review
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J. Cole - Cole World: The Sideline Story Artwork

J. Cole - Cole World: The Sideline Story

T.S. Eliot wrote that all art, and all life, can’t be experienced in a vacuum. Humans are the sum of everything they’ve experienced, so it’s impossible to look at a painting without thinking of every other painting... Read Full Review
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Mary J. Blige - My Life II… The Journey Continues (Act 1) Artwork

Mary J. Blige - My Life II… The Journey Continues (Act 1)

When someone’s so great for so long it can be easy to take their greatness for granted; after all, when you hear the extraordinary time and time again over the course of 20 years, the extraordinary can start to feel... Read Full Review
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Rihanna - Talk That Talk Artwork

Rihanna - Talk That Talk

From bubbly island pop princess to R-rated bondage queen to her current lighter incarnation, Rihanna’s gone through styles the way Ol’ Dirty Bastard went through baby mommas. No sooner has one delivered than she’s onto... Read Full Review
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Mac Miller - Blue Slide Park Artwork

Mac Miller - Blue Slide Park

At first I was suspicious of Mac Miller for two reasons. One, I’m, white. Two, I was born the same year MJ released Thriller. Those two factors mean that I, along with most of my generation, suffer from Post Traumatic... Read Full Review

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