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We'll forget about the first Fugees LP, this is the one that really launched the career of Lauryn Hill, both as an MC and a vocalist. And back then, even Wyclef and Pras were kinda dope. 16 tracks in all, including "How Many MC's", "Ready Or Not", "Killing Me Softly" ... read moreCD
Nas reminded the world that he was still one of the best MCs alive with Stillmatic, imperfections of the album aside, and he does one better with God's Son! Again, it's imperfect when compared to Illmatic (that bar's pretty high), but the best singles on God's Son are dynamite, and you can listen ... read moreCD
20th anniversary edition of Nas's masterpiece Illmatic – which will probably stand forever as one of the greatest hip hop full lengths of its time – maybe even for all time. Nas has had some creative ups-and-downs over the years, but nothing can take away the impact of this damn near ... read moreCD
The second LP, not as dope as Illmatic, but how could anyone hope to live up to those expectations? Nas is leaning a little too heavily on the Trakmasterz here, though they do come up with some nice beats, even if they are a bit on the commercial side. Dr Dre and Premier contribute a couple of ... read moreCD
Nas's sorta comeback record from '02 – and a strong one! Stillmatic was a welcome change of pace after some not so great work in the later 90 – with the return-to-form rally cry "One Mic" setting the pace – and the best cuts on this set still sound great! 15 tracks ... read moreCD