10 Hottest Hip Hop Albums Now on Amazon Stores

by Sep 10, 2017hip hop, Songs Reviews

Is Hip Hop and Rap music truly dead ???

Lets get you started on what’s hot in Hip Hop all at the Amazon Music Stores!

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Well “Hip Hop is dead” like my man Nas would affirm, especially with the proliferation of Trash… em sorry Trap Music, with every known main stream rapper all sounding wack!

That’s why I decided to go deep through the Amazon Stores, to forage through the collection for so much trash and finally made away with these hot new plaques all for your listening pleasure, so let me present in no particular order the hottest Hip Hop albums rocking the Amazon.com stores now

  • Paranoia: A True Story [Explicit] by Nas’s protege Dave East comes in this category as one album to grab now. Ever Since this Harlem born native got some main stream appeal, Dave has gone over the top to cook hot hip hop songs, 90’s story telling style. This Album features 13  hot tracks with collaborations from Nas, Whiz Khalifa, Chris Brown, French Montana and Jeezy like Paranoia [feat. Jeezy] [Explicit] The Hated (Skit) [Explicit],  The Hated [feat. Nas] [Explicit] ,Phone Jumpin [feat. Wiz Khalifa] [Explicit] and many other sounds. Though contemporary in every sense of the word with a lil trap shit here and there, Dave East dropped some hot street vibes that kinda defines what hip hop is all about. The only snag here’s that there was no 100 percent originality, however he complemented this effort by featuring some of the hottest heads in hip hop. You can follow the link on the cover art to sample this song and get to feel the vibe!

  • Still Striving [Explicit] if you truly love everything trap, then A$AP Ferg takes you on a trappy ride in this 14 album tracker featuring some of hip hop royalty and legends like Meek Mill, Busta Rhymes, A$AP Rocky, Dave East and the trap kings themselves Migos. With tracks like- Trap And A Dream [Explicit], Rubber Band Man [Explicit], Olympian [Explicit]feat. Dave East, Aww Yeah [Explicit]feat. Lil Yachty, What Do You Do [Explicit]feat. NAV,
    Coach Cartier [Explicit]feat. Famous Dex. Mad Man [Explicit]feat. Playboi Carti.
    Plain Jane [Explicit]Nasty (Who Dat) [Explicit]feat. Migos, Mattress Remix [Explicit]feat. A$AP Rocky, Playboi Carti, Rich The Kid, & Famous Dex and some other mad trap jams, I’m no fan of trap music, but if you love it, then this album might just get you started. Especially if you love fast talking rhymes like my man Busta drops his stuff, then it’s a no brainer!

  • Project Baby 2 [Explicit] Kodak Black aside controversy is one rapper with appeal, and this album has all the juice to get him to the top of hip hop royalty. This album brings out the hard work in Kodak as he sweats it all out in this 19 tracker album with collaborations from fellow hip hop acts. With tracks like Versatile [Explicit], Change My Ways [Explicit], Roll In Peace (Feat. Xxxtentacion) [Explicit], 6th Sense [Explicit], Don’t Wanna Breathe [Explicit] , Need A Break [Explicit], First Love [Explicit] ,Unexplainable [Explicit], My Klik (feat. John Wicks & JackBoy) [Explicit], Transportin’ [Explicit] and some other hot stuff. One thing that I kinda love about Kodak‘s brand of rap is the laid back and nursery rhyme style, that gets you in the mood for listening. He has the old school hip hop appeal and he kinda Cooliod up making you reminisce about The Gangster Paradise crooner! phew!

  • Cozy Tapes Vol. 2: Too Cozy [Explicit] The A$AP Mob family takes their fans to some high octane paparazzi with the complete gang comprising of  ASAP Yams, ASAP Bari, ASAP Illz and other top Asap dogs like ASAP RockyASAP FergASAP TwelvyyASAP Nast and ASAP Ant; all in the mix. This 17 track banger saw the crew making collaborations with other notable acts like Playboi Carti, Gucci Mane, Quavo, Lil Uzi Vert & Frank Ocean. It featured tracks like – Skool Bus (Skit) [Explicit] Perry Aye [Explicit]feat. A$AP Rocky, A$AP Nast, Playboi Carti & Jaden Smith Please Shut Up [Explicit]feat. A$AP Rocky, KEY! & Gucci Mane Blowin’ Minds (Skateboard) [Explicit]feat. A$AP Rocky, A$AP Nast, A$AP Ant, Chief Keef & Playboi Carti, Black Card [Explicit]feat. A$AP Rocky & Smooky MarGielaa, Walk On Water [Explicit]feat. A$AP Twelvyy, A$AP Ant, A$AP Nast, A$AP Ferg & Playboi Carti and other doped out rhymes making the cut. This album’s got all the paraphernalia of every hip hop delight and tends towards garnering more awards and critical acclaim for the A$AP gang!

  • 1 Up Top Ahk [Explicit] Timothy “Mozzy” Patterson AKA Mozzy came outta the underground rap scene to hit the mainstream after his 2015 album Bladadah. In this latest effort, he gets all his fans started with this gangster styled rhymes laced with some hard punchlines. He featured mostly underground acts like Lex Aura, Lil Durk etc. He also had Dave East do his thing in this 16 track album that wreaks of gang and some posse shit. Mozzy kept his street appeal as he goes on strutting his lyrical prowess in tracks like – Mandated [Explicit](feat. June),  Like You Say You Do [Explicit],
    Take It Up With God [Explicit](feat. Celly Ru), Sleep Walkin [Explicit],
    Tomorrow Ain’t Promised [Explicit](feat. Rexx Life Raj, Boosie Badazz & E Mozzy) Unfortunately [Explicit](feat. June)- other tracks that got the nod on the album list includes-  Momma We Made It [Explicit](feat. Jay Rock) . Outside [Explicit](feat. Lex Aura, Lil Durk & Dave East),
    Stay Over There [Explicit](feat. YFN Lucci & Kolyon)  and a host of others. This album is ideal for all gangster rap lovers, especially in an industry that trap is almost becoming ubiquitous  to the detriment of real hardcore hip hop. Mozzy makes an effort to bridge that divide via this effort!

  • Luv Is Rage 2 [Explicit] After his hot collaboration with Trap kings Migos in the hot chart topping single Bad and Boujee Lil Uzi Vert has shown that he’s got profound mainstream appeal as he gets his acts right and his game on this 16 track banger which featured top R & B heavyweight The Weeknd and the legendary producer, singer, rapper and mogul- the indefatigable Pharrel Williams. I was a lil taken aback when I noticed the absence of Migos or at least their lead act Quavo ostensibly missing in action. However, the efforts of Pharrel and of course the Weeknd, truly helped this album move up the ladder of prominence in its first week of release, garnering some rave reviews and more. The album had on its list, top songs like-Two® [Explicit],  444+222 [Explicit] , Sauce It Up [Explicit] , No Sleep Leak [Explicit],  The Way Life Goes [Explicit],
    For Real [Explicit]
    Feelings Mutual [Explicit],  Neon Guts (feat. Pharrell Williams) [Explicit] , Early 20 Rager [Explicit],  UnFazed (feat. The Weeknd) [Explicit] and a host of other beautiful tracks that made this album rock solid. I make bold to say that Lil Uzi Vert is no more lil but a more of a hip hop biggie, especially with his meteoric rise in the scheme of things and in everything rap and music related.

***This is the PART[1] of this list, stay tuned for the concluding part***


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Written By Kris Phils

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