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Top 10 Albums of 2011: Numbers 8 and 7

December 8, 2011 · Posted in Music, reviews · 90 Comments 

As we close out the year 2011, and we look back on the albums that came out this year, we realize it was a great year for music. Some new faces made their debuts, while some of the more familiar ones released more quality music. Too soon to call any of them a classic, we’ll just settle with listing them in order. Over the next 5 weeks (to the end of the year) I, Mike Da Silva, will give you the Top 10 albums of 2011. Two albums each week and a brief summary of each.  Keep in mind this list does NOT include mixtapes. That is a separate countdown, because I can already see the comments now. With this being the second week, we will go over numbers eight and seven. They are…

8. Finally Famous – Big Sean

Dating back to Kanye’s G.O.O.D. Friday’s in the fall of 2010, it’s been a good 12 months for G.O.O.D. music. Being a fan of Big Sean’s “Finally Famous” mixtapes, I was really anticipating this album. Overall, definitely a solid album. Loved the very J. Cole styled intro on the album with the piano and quick few bars. What separates this album from being a “mainstream” type album, which I’m sure I will be reading about in the comments, is the unique style that Big Sean has. I think we could make a dictionary for all of Big Sean’s jargon and made up words. I thought the features were perfect as for whom he had on the album, and they didn’t dominate the song. I guess you can argue Kanye on “Marvin Gaye and Chardonnay” but I think that song is fairly split. He put out a definite club banger in “Dance (A$$)” and a hit single in “My Last.” Big Sean gives you a lot of different flows on this album which I think is his best quality as a rapper. I like to call it the “unorthodox” flow, which I believe he mastered and shares the unorthodox flow crown with Yelawolf. The only bad part about this album is the fact that it was released in the beginning of the summer. With all the great music that’s been released recently, it’s kind of hard to give it any play right now. Still cracks my top 10 of the year.

Favorite Track: Don’t Tell Me You Love Me- I’m a big fan of music that I can relate to personally. I think this is Sean’s deepest song on the album and speaks the damn truth in it too.

 

7. Carter IV- Lil Wayne

Cue the controversy and hate filled comments. There are going to be the Stan’s that think this is top 3 of the year, and the haters that don’t think this should be on MY list at all. Let me explain myself here people. Top 10 album? I believe so. Let’s go back to what I said about Game’s R.E.D. album having too many features. Carter IV sounds too much like a compilation album. Three songs (The Interludes) that he doesn’t even rap on included. “How to Love” might be my least favorite song of all time so that’s going to knock it out of my top 5 in itself, “6 Foot, 7 Foot” became as annoying as “A Milli” did, and if you’re going to try to throw a jab at someone then don’t be so subtle about it. Phew, got that out of the way. Now, what I liked about the album? The songs he does have on his own are solid. “Blunt Blowin” and “Megaman” stand out to me as solid solo tracks on this album. “John” will still get me amped up every time and “How to Hate” might be my favorite song on the album. One thing that I’ve been saying about Weezy for the last 3 years is that I wish he didn’t over expose himself so much. I’m just not excited to hear what he has to say anymore. He was EVERYWHERE at one point, and still kind of is. Carter IV did exceed my expectations a bit, but they weren’t high to begin with. Overall, it was an above average album that had quality production and some “mixtape Weezy” type flows on it. I was just thankful it was nothing like “Sorry 4 The Wait.”

Favorite Track: Megaman- Love the beat, love the flow. The bass hits hard in the whip so that’s always a plus haha

WRITER’S NOTE: Remember that I factor in a lot of things when deciding my top 10. Try to take your blinders off and realize that not everybody is going to have the same top 10 albums.

Leave comments or Tweets with what albums you feel should be #8 and #7 and how you feel about the countdown so far.

You can read about numbers 10 and 9 here.

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 The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect the views of Killerhiphop.com.

Comments

90 Responses to “Top 10 Albums of 2011: Numbers 8 and 7”

  1. peanut on December 8th, 2011 3:07 am

    my list is very different from urs so far haha

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  2. phonox on December 8th, 2011 3:21 am

    For a guy is showcasing his personal list and adding that its his personal opinion and people should accept it , I think it’s funny that you’re calling people who put Carter IV on their top 3 of the year stans.

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    TheMikeDaSilva Reply:

    I was talking about the people who spam and comment on my posts with “YMCMB over everything!” without backing it up with any sort of reasoning. Yeah, it’s my opinion I’m showcasing and I back up with reasons why I believe them. I call them “Stan’s” because they can’t accept the fact that their favorite rapper isn’t #1 in everybody’s eyes.

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    Phonox Reply:

    @TheMikeDaSilva, I agree with you that’s there’s lots of ymcmb stans out there. I just thinks it’s funny to categorize all the lil Wayne fans who thought the album was top 3 material ( which I didn’t) to be stans. Not trying to start a c-section war just commenting on what I find funny, but hey i guess I’m just ” hating”

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    RS Reply:

    @Phonox,

    Now your just being politicly correct and padantic. If you get his point there’s nothing left to say.

  3. Jonathan on December 8th, 2011 3:25 am

    #1 should be either bad meets evil hell the sequel or Cole world the sideline story

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    RS Reply:

    @Jonathan,

    Agreed.

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  4. E on December 8th, 2011 3:30 am

    Carter 4 should at least be number 3 or 4 not 7 …just saying! TAKE Care for the TOP!

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    RS Reply:

    @E,

    Hey there Stan.

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    E Reply:

    @RS, hey hop off. my opinion idiot!

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    RS Reply:

    @E,

    Only if you knew what an opinion was…smh

    E Reply:

    @E, smh at u dumbass… my opinion and isay wat i want. u cant change it. u go for who u want to think is the best. pendejo maricon haha

    ichyowie Reply:

    @E, lol he called you a pendejo maricon…idk why but that shit is funny

    Loso Reply:

    This is exactly what he meant by ‘Stan’ … I bet you think Lil Wayne or Drakeare the best rappers alive too smh

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    E Reply:

    @Loso, so ur a stan if u think jay z, kayne or jcole are the best rappers alive. just saying. stfu is my opinion… otro pendejo mas…

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    jose Reply:

    i agree with you. carter shouldn’t be 7 on the list it was to good for that. take care should be top 3 at least.

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  5. E on December 8th, 2011 3:31 am

    respect your opinion thou. i agree that it did had a lil bit of too much features!

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  6. Omg Lol on December 8th, 2011 3:44 am

    I don’t agree with what you picked so far, but opinions are opinions. I wouldn’t mind seeing Quez or one of the other bloggers make their own list.. That’d be nice.

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  7. Jigga on December 8th, 2011 3:49 am

    Carter 4 was better than RED? Come on son

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    johnta Reply:

    @Jigga,
    Carter 4 better then R.E.D. ?
    Nahhhhhhhh, never that R.E.D. is Deffinetely top 5

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  8. ASAPDubG on December 8th, 2011 3:55 am

    Tha Carter IV did have I think about 7 good songs out of the 18. So in my opinion I think this belonged in either spot no. 10 or no. 9. I personally liked every song from Goblin so that’s just my opinion.

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  9. Marvin C on December 8th, 2011 4:39 am

    There’s some “you’re a YM fan, I bet you gonna top 3 it!” Influence right there IMO, you’ve been influenced by hater at least a bit. Anyways, you’ve been quite fair tho IMO carter 4 was better than cole world, I’d rank em 5(c4) and 6 (cw:slh) but anyways, good read! Props!.

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  10. Jon on December 8th, 2011 4:57 am

    yo i like the way you describe CIV as a compilation album i’m a huge Wayne fan but that was more like a bunch of songs packed on a CD. what’s wrong with Sorry 4 Tha Wait though? the more i listen to it the more i blast it. When did my dark twisted fantasy got out, this year or last year? i bet you are gonna put Cole and Drake at #1 together to make everybody mad. DO IT. it’ll be awesome. the discussions. lmaooooo

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    tee Reply:

    Haha word!!

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  11. Royal Swagness on December 8th, 2011 5:00 am

    Big Sean made the top 10 list. He did have some solid hit singles.

    My last has that crazy No I.D beat with Big Sean rappin about being famous & Breezy on the hook.

    Marvin Gaye & Chardonnay for me is best heard after 11 pm when the street lights are on & the alcohol is at it’s best.

    Ass is another club banger. Didn’t like it at first until Nicki Minaj jumped on the remix. Finally Famous & Tha Carter IV should switch places.

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  12. Royal Swagness on December 8th, 2011 5:04 am

    #7 is too high for tha carter 4. It needs to switch places with Finally Famous.

    Tha Carter IV has nothing but a compilation mixtape that instead of being on datpiff.com & got lucky enough to hit Itunes & retail stores.

    13 features is way too many people on 1 album, especially if your not a DJ & suppose to be self proclaimed Greatest Rapper Alive.

    Hold your weight as a rapper next time around skinny jeans Weezy, the best rappers don’t need but 4 maybe the top 5 people you want to collab with on an album.

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    d bags Reply:

    @Royal Swagness, you hit it dead on…. I mean he still had some good tracks like “Mirrors” and “She Will” and still deserves top 10, but I’m SO happy he didn’t put it top 5, and 8 is a good spot for this. Especially if we include hype… Carter IV had so much hype cause he was fresh out of jail, and even though Pac said it best when he said jail doesn’t promote creative thinking, it should still promote a sense of self-searching and insight, which Weezy did none of…. And I’m happy he mentioned how awful “Sorry 4 the Wait” was, and you make a solid point about too many collabos for being an album…

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  13. COLE on December 8th, 2011 5:12 am

    Soryy but #COLEWORLD SHOULD BE ON TOP 2

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  14. anon on December 8th, 2011 5:19 am

    finally famous number 8, really? IMO, thats top five for me atleast. good music, for the winnn.

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    angel Reply:

    are you serious? you would put finally famous in a top 5 with drake kanye jayz eminem/royce and jcole..hell nooo

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  15. Clutch_333 on December 8th, 2011 5:20 am

    Section 80 has to be the #1 album… Its flawless….

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    Aaron Reply:

    @Clutch_333, NO DOUBT! Hiii Power

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  16. Lando on December 8th, 2011 5:46 am

    Whyd u say that ur glad it wasnt like sorry for the wait he spit some hot shit on there

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  17. Deezy Dru on December 8th, 2011 5:49 am

    So far the list has been a little off(No offense khh).It will probably change by the time The Dreamer/The Believer comes out(Support Real Rap) but as of today this my Best of 2011 list

    1)Watch The Throne-Jay-z & Kanye: Rap’s biggest names drop a collabo album.The lyricism of the album(Even though its full of brags and Boasts) is strong full of clever wordplay(Coke On her black skin made a stripe like a Zebra/I call that Jungle Fever),plus Kanye’s amazing productions(Along with some help) set this album over the Top.
    Standouts:”No Church In The Wild”,”Niggas In Paris” & “Murder To Excellence”

    2)Undun-The Roots: The amazing Rap Band(Yeah,I said band) has been out since the early 90s and they’re still a big force in the game.Without any real promotion their album as been able reach top 3 on the Best Selling albums list on Itunes,beating out T-Pain and Drake’s album.They decide to experiment with they’re first concept album(A story about young man named “Redford” and his struggles to make it through the troubles of his hood) and so far it has been one of the best albums I heard this year.Black Thought’s lyricism and ?uestlove’s music direction have created a surprise hit before the year ends.
    Standouts:”Sleep”,”Stomp”,Make My” & “Tip The Scale”

    3)Cole World:Sideline Story-J.Cole: This was the the strongest debut that I’v seen from an artist since Illmatic(Not saying its better,But it’s breathe fresh air from the garbage that has filled rap in the last few years). This Rapper/Producer was able to rap about real problems and add a few not really explored in the game(Like Abortion).J.Cole is a unstoppable force that is going to take over the game in years to come.And remember the last Rapper/Producer that debuted like this ended up one of the biggest names known to rap(Kudos 2 Kanye)
    Standouts:Sideline Story”,”Lost Ones”,”Rise & Shine” & “Breakdown”

    4)Section.80-Kendrick Lamar: This album surprised the hell out of me.I didn’t know about K.Dot until I heard “R.E.D. Album” and my friends were pushing this in my face. After the first listen I was impressed but I didn’t like it completely.After the 2nd time I was lost in the world HiiPoWer,Campfires and Crack Babies.This album is the best thing I’ve heard from a new rapper in the longest time.Eazy E & 2Pac came up by the time I was done listening to album the 10th because of his lyrical content.Kendrick Lamar is gonna be my 2012 lookout artist.
    Standouts:”HiiPower”,”Kush and Corinthians”,”Blow My High” & “Rigamortus”

    5)Hell:The Sequel-Bad Meets Evil: 1st)You have Eminem.2nd)You Have the Black Eminem(Listen to Royce,he is the closest thing to it.I would love to see Tyler try to go against him because he will get slaughtered).This album opened up on a good note with me,showing off Em’s psychotic flows and showcaing why he chose Royce Da 59 to head up to him.Both were a team not to be f**cked with and I applaud this album.
    Standouts:”Welcome 2 Hell”,”The Reunion”,”I’m On Everything” & “Fast Lane”

    6)Ambition-Wale:Great follow up.Attention Deficit was the foreword to the MMG representative’s lyrical miracle.Even though it wasn’t deep as his debut,Wale was still able to give you the same clever wordplay that he does every track.This proves that this artist is still looking for the perfect balance between depth and wordplay and he is album away.
    Standouts:”Don’t Hold Your Applause” ,”Legendary” & “Ambition”

    7)Take Care-Drake:Deeper emotion and stronger productions.That’s what I got out of Take Care and I found this a stronger follow up to Drake’s debut.Even though it had more R&B influence than his last Cd,Take Care was better and more sound than some of the crap that came out this year.
    Satndouts:”Look What you’ve Done”,”Lord Knows” & “We’ll Be Fine”

    8)The R.E.D. Album-The Game:Pretty Much the same as KHH but Game did have points were his lyrics stood out to me.At certain points he did come short with me but his solo tracks were his strongest part of the album.
    Standout:”Ricky”,”The Good,The Bad,The Ugly”,”The City” & “Born In The Trap”

    9)LASERS-Lupe Fiasco:Say All you want even though it was sorta pop,Lupe’s lyricism is still strong as ever.Like C4,Lupe was felt somewhat rush when it came down to the production of the album.There were a few track that had that “Food & Liquor” feel but I was expecting more from the Emcee.I still feel like the album was better than most the crap that was out.
    Standouts:”All Black Everything”,”Words I Never Said” & “I Don’t Wanna Care Right Now”

    10)Finally Famous-Big Sean:Big Sean did better than the B.S. out there.Finally Famous was strong debut from the Detroit emcee and he did better than what I expected.With hits like “My Last & “Marvin Gaye & Chardonnay”, Finally Famous was big break for him and a big album for Rap’s 2011
    Standouts:”Don’t Tell Me You Love Me”,”So Much More”,”Celebrity” & “Wait For Me”

    Now That’s list for right now.Be free to speak your mind because this is my opinion.If you wanna talk shit about C4 not being up there,go ahead because that you think.I thought there were many albums better than C4.

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    d bags Reply:

    @Deezy Dru, take out the roots and this is a great list! even the roots are classic and will go down as the best at what they do, and i’m sure people will disagree but they’re sort of irrelevant now. I mean the CD they did with john legend was awesome and i’d be lying if i said i didn’t like listening to it, but there is juts something about them that just isn’t top 10 material to me…. also, watch the throne, def top 3, but idk about number one because it’s greatness is in the beats and content. the production in WTT is unmatched by any other album this year, but that isn’t what rap is about. rap is about rebelling and poetry (which is why pac is still so good today, RIP), and songs they had like “new day” and “murder to excellence” are great rap songs and its songs like those that keep it top 3, but as an album as a whole it’s more impressive instrumentally than lyrically, i guess it depends what floats your boat… GREAT call with section .80 and ambition, perfection on that….. although since i’d take out the roots, ambition would be top 5 for me, but great list man, i agree with you more than most people on this site

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    MosDef Reply:

    @Deezy Dru, I’m a kanye and Jay fan but in no way is wtt better than undun or section 80 in my opinion. Cant wait for that common album though lol but reason why I say its not better than neither two is cause those two albums are really well put albums that both k dot n the roots did not make to have hits on radio. The roots tells a story throughout the whole album section 80 talks about this generation and politics. Two well put together albums n don’t get me wrong wtt was cool but as far whole ALBUM undun or section number 1

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    Deezy Dru Reply:

    @MosDef, I agree with you.I didn’t really think that one through that much.I’d probably Switch Undun for #1 though.Loved Section .80 but I think Undun was better because of the structure and the amazing story to it.@d bags I’m not talking about the John Legend collabo album,They just released an album 2 days ago that has amazed me start to finish.Check it out and you will see why I put them so high.Anyway,After revamping my list it would go like this:

    1)Undun-The Roots
    2)Watch The Throne-Jay-z & Kanye
    3)Cole World:Sideline Story-J.Cole
    4)Section.80-Kendrick Lamar
    5)Hell:The Sequel-Bad Meets Evil
    6)Ambition-Wale
    7)Take Care-Drake
    8)The R.E.D. Album-The Game
    9)LASERS-Lupe Fiasco
    10)Finally Famous-Big Sean

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    MosDef Reply:

    @Deezy Dru, ya man undun amazed me! Shit is dope as fuck. Its like a whole movie every song goes perfect after each other

  18. reverbnation.com/dmaineevent1 on December 8th, 2011 6:13 am

    .80 SECTION AND COLE WORLD END OF STORY

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  19. ohREALLY on December 8th, 2011 6:18 am

    some people opinions don’t matter…..Men Lie Women Lie Numbers Don’t

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    YEANIGGA Reply:

    @ohREALLY,
    You must be mistaken there man.. Its not about the numbers, its the quality of the music being produced and the level of lyricism in the album as a whole.
    For example if you listen to Kendrick Lamar’s “Section 80″ you will notice the great flow and meanings to the songs (Keisha’s song and Tammy’s song)
    The same goes with J.Cole’s “Cole World: The Sideline Story”

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  20. Sampz on December 8th, 2011 6:24 am

    Well out of all the albums this year go back listen to them and come back and tell me how many times did u say wow. I can gurantee u carter 4 made u say wow than any other album did. By wow I mean rewindin it back just to hear wt the artist said again. I don’t mean jus boppin ya head I mean lyrics which stuck in ya head.

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    JayMar Reply:

    Nope.

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    d bags Reply:

    @Sampz, false… you must not have listened to hell the sequel, or ambition, or cole world, or section .80, or WTT, or even take care for that matter because all those albums i rewound and had to listen to the same line over and over again until i understood what he meant…

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    Sampz Reply:

    I’ve listened to all those albums u mentioned. In WTT there is not once I thought wow in fact the only time I thought wow was at the disapointment. Ambition I’ll give u that, album was great surprised me a lot. Cole world was exactly what I expected from j cole, there was no surprises. Bad meets evil great album has to be up there in top 3 without doubt. Well if you had to rewind take care that just means ur stupid drakes lyrics are the most simplest to understand that’s why he is so good because people relate to him. Same with j cole. Carter 4 some of the punchlines in that I still listen to the album and go wow. My preferance in music is about the creativity. You may say wayne talks about the same things over n over again but the way he explains them is definantly different. Its either u don’t understand or u aint listening.

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    Phonox Reply:

    @Sampz, sampz , anybody ever tell you that you’re an ignorant motherfucker? All this ” I guarantee u Carter 4 made you say wow” and ” it’s either u don’t understand or u ain’t listening.” Who made you ambassador of human thought ? If you were to at least do some research you’d see most review gave Carter 4 average to above average scores. Music reviews nowadays aren’t what they used to I admit but still they hold a better word to you guarantees. Also Wayne is a fucking factory of creativity and fun new stuff , but he’s no complex artist. Most people know that, I’m pretty sure Wayne know that, but I guess you don’t. Please give example of a verse from Carter 4 that you had to rewind because you couldn’t understand it and I’ll give you an example why the u.s school system is deemed on of the worst in the world

    Sampz Reply:

    First thing I’m not from US and second thing when I was talking about the wow factor I didn’t mean rewinding just to understand a lyric I meant to take it in properly. The other day I realised the whole song novacane is about cocaine and not a women. If u didn’t no that go and listen to the song again. In president carter at the end “gurillas in suits” etc etc I rewound to listen to that again I’d never heard wayne talk about subject like that. The whole mirrors song took me a while to take in as its not something wayne normally does hence the term creativity. I didn’t mean to sound ignorant I just believe strongly about what I’m saying yes its an opinion but atleast go listen to all the albums. Cole, WTT and take care? Did they really make u go wow? Or was they what u expected?

    Omg Lol Reply:

    @Sampz, C4 is not ‘wow’ material. If you didn’t know what the song meant by the first run, you just must be pretty stupid.. Or just a kid. Idk. The Throne & Take Care didn’t have that wow factor but Cole World sure did.. If you don’t see the ‘wow’ factor in Cole World, then your just not a Hip-Hop fan but a YMCMB Stan, no other option =/ If you need a ‘wow’ factor album, listen to Undun or Section.80.. I know opinions are opinions but C4 is not amazing.. That’s been stated so many times so it should be a fact. Wayne just dropped.. If he wants to ‘wow’ us, he’ll do it I guess.

    Sampz Reply:

    I think you misunderstood me I didn’t say I didn’t understand the lyrics just that they needed listening to again to take in basically the thought “did he just say that”. There’s numerous times carter 4 makes me think that. You can call me a ymcmb stan but atleast I’m trying to explain myself instead of making statements without defining them. Cole world is a great album don’t get me wrong I’m giving credit where it is due he smashed it. When it comes to lyrics standing out, forget the flow forget the beats just lyrics waynes stick in my mind more. You may disagree but to me I prefer waynes creativity.

    Sampz Reply:

    Oh my bad you was refering to the song novacane well I didn’t no it was cocaine at first. You have to admit the way it was explained was interesting not many rappers can do what he does e.g the play on words

  21. YMFan4life93 on December 8th, 2011 6:32 am

    Im a huge Lil Wayne stan I got YM logo and YMCMB tatted on my arm. But I agree with this list C4 was wayyy to hyped if C4 and Sorry 4 Tha Wait switch Tracks then it would be Number 2. I just feel like C4 was rushed couldnt blame weezy everybody was too excited and just wanted him to put it out. C4 was an amazing album dont get me wrong but it was rushed. I just hope Im not a human being 2 will NOT be rushed hes a beast when it comes to Im not a human being shit.

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    michael Reply:

    @YMFan4life93, carter 4 wasnt great, but it wasnt bad, but sorry for the wait was probably the worst thing wayne has ever done so i dunno what u on about :S

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    kay Reply:

    @YMFan4life93, ur gonna feel like an idiot with that tattoo when ur 55 lol

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  22. MosDef on December 8th, 2011 6:50 am

    Personally Carter IV is still ranked to high but oh well. Mike was right though all you stans are fucking annoying. Cant even back anything up..I mean if your name is “ymcmb” then your opinion don’t matter cause your a stan lol album of the year is between section 80 and undun by the roots. Both of those albums are two well put together albums.concepts on both are great but roots take that category Alil more. Top 5 evidence cats and dogs and ilk have to wait andddd and listen to common album but so far sounds good.

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  23. MosDef on December 8th, 2011 6:57 am

    I do hope, Mike this list isn’t all mainstream…Cant forget tech nine evidence the roots and Saigon too. Not all these BS albums

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    Omg Lol Reply:

    @MosDef, This list will be based off of mainstream.. Goblin, C4, Finally Famous.. Smh. Wait til he surprises us and adds Rolling Papers, Blue Slide Park, or some main stream album as the top 5. If I see Wiz on this list, it’s over for me.

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    MosDef Reply:

    @Omg Lol, probably will be lol hopefully its not tho cause there were waaaaaaayyyy better albums than those you mentioned Bering in the list lol

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  24. matty boi on December 8th, 2011 7:13 am

    this list is stooooooooopid

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  25. angel on December 8th, 2011 8:47 am

    that lil wayne album was overrateddddddddddddddd

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  26. Alexdarealist on December 8th, 2011 9:44 am

    You should make a Mixtape list @Killerhiphop at least 4 me I find rappers a bit original and less mainstream on mixtapes

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  27. olajide onabanjo on December 8th, 2011 10:34 am

    i don’t believe dis c4 no 7?u must be kiddin or probably a hater c4 is d best album of d yr men lie women lie bt numbers dont fuckin lie mhen
    haters go hang urselves or hug high tension wire….weezy f baby f for fuck u haters greatest rapper alive

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    Omg Lol Reply:

    @olajide onabanjo, YMCMB Stan. Based on how you spell.. Not a surprise lol.

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  28. youngmoney on December 8th, 2011 12:29 pm

    If the carter 4 didnt have as many sells as he did the first week i would accept this but that not being the case ymcmb!!!!!

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  29. Kalesha on December 8th, 2011 12:40 pm

    This list doesnt make any sense.
    Carter IV should be number 1 in my opinion. No one in hip hop sold more than he did his first week. The numbers tell it all. Its obvious whoever made this list didnt do it by sale records.

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    Deezy Dru Reply:

    @Kalesha, It’s not about quantity.Its about Quaility.C4 may have sold millions of copies but doesn’t mean that there was no album better than it.

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    Kalesha Reply:

    Well, appearantly it is about quantity because if it wasnt, he wouldnt’ve sold that much. Obviously the album had to be that good for soo many ppl to have gone and bought it.

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    Deezy Dru Reply:

    @Kalesha, The album doesn’t have to be good to sell that many copies.The Carter IV was a less than average album and most people with good taste(And not blinded by the Fanboy status of YMCMB) can tell that.Most people aren’t gonna straight but Carter IV was probably is 2nd worst album(Right above Rebirth)

    Kalesha Reply:

    Well like i said, no one else is doing it so apparantly hes doing something right. Im sure you couldnt do a better job than this or rebirth so if your going to critisize, drop and album then come back .

  30. MIKE MIKIB on December 8th, 2011 1:07 pm

    I LIKE WHAT WEEZY IS DOIN…. KEEP ITALIANO UP WEEZY.

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  31. 2 on December 8th, 2011 1:27 pm

    “F*ck that you gonna get some d*ck today”
    “And if she look good she pay me in sex”
    realy real and realy fair – itZ something about the truth!!! yea so truth

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  32. michael on December 8th, 2011 4:16 pm

    I agree with C4 Being 7th, might have put it in 6th bt no higher, and i agree with everything you say except the “and if you’re going to try to throw a jab at someone then don’t be so subtle about it” i thought that was the perfect reply to jays diss, jay-z was just as subtle on “H.A.M” so he replied in the exact same way, if jay came out and said fuck birdman or dropped his name, then wayne would definately have dropped jays name too so i think you are wrong there. 6’7 and a milli did become annoying, but u cant judge really just coz they became annoying, at the end of the day they wer still good songs that went hard in the clubs as well, but with all that being said i think carter 4 does deserve 6/7th place.

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  33. michael on December 8th, 2011 4:23 pm

    Take care to top 3 !!!!

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  34. Treach on December 8th, 2011 8:11 pm

    Fear of god 2 let us pray needs to be here

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    Deezy Dru Reply:

    @Treach, It was good but most of the good track were the ones off the mixtape.I was expecting more but I will say its better than C4.

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  35. Treach on December 8th, 2011 8:12 pm

    Fear of god 2 let us pray need’s to be here

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  36. peanut on December 8th, 2011 8:34 pm

    lets just wait till c4 wins the grammy, numbers don’t lie!

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    MosDef Reply:

    @peanut, pink Friday is nominated too haha that alone should make you feel dumb with that comment

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    peanut Reply:

    @MosDef, why wuld that make me feel dumb? just wait till febuary…all u haters shuld start thinking of excuses and bullshit reasons why he won and why he shldnt have won no so ur ready for the day of the grammys, and when he wins

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    Deezy Dru Reply:

    @peanut, Agreeing with MosDef on this one.C4 was probably the most overrated album of the year.It was just filled with overused wordplay that I have heard already by others or his previous songs(And I swear if you reply but with the lasagna line,I will freaking loose it.One clever line does not cover for a mediocre album of disappointment).I felt like the features did stronger than he did and just because its nominated for a Grammy,doesn’t mean that its gonna win(MBDTF is gonna own that).Plus the only reason why the numbers are so high are because of millions of people who were expecting more.

    Kalesha Reply:

    I agree, numbers dont lie but people do .

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  37. Leo on December 8th, 2011 9:49 pm

    LMFAO at the people who think Carter IV deserves the #1 spot… Those people who think this obviously doesn’t know REAL music

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  38. ElMonarca029 on December 9th, 2011 12:32 am

    Carter IV should be in the top 5 or 4, but is ur top 10 album’s. Do whatever u want! LOl

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  39. riphop on December 9th, 2011 1:14 am

    And i bet number 1 will Jay-z or one of his clown. Biased bullshit!

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  40. Blake on December 9th, 2011 4:26 am

    How the hell is Finally Famous and Tha Carter 4 better then the RED Album? I loved FF, I think Big Sean couldnt ask for a better debut! But Game killed it on that album. And I’m sorry to say but Tha Carter 4 had a few ‘one-hit-wonders’ but the album sucked. I expect to see J. Cole and Bad Meets Evil at the top of this list.

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  41. Speters13 on December 9th, 2011 4:55 am

    Can we include mixtapes on this list? IMO House of Balloons, Thursday, Nostalgia ULTRA deserve to be in the top 5 AT LEAST….Section.80, All 6s and 7s, Cole World, and Camp deserve to be on this as well if we are talking only full length albums.

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    THeBoi Reply:

    @Speters13,
    Agreed. Not to forget dreavilles':
    Omen – Afraid of Heights
    Voli – In The Meanwhile
    Elite – Awaken

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    Deezy Dru Reply:

    @Speters13, Agreed about Cole World & Camp,I just started listening to Camp yesterday and I was amazed.It’s way better than Carter IV,to say the least.

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  42. bazzy on December 13th, 2011 4:03 am

    if you ask me, i dont think it should matter about how much people was in the album. i believe this album was better than 7. regardless on how much peple was featured in this album it doesnt change the fact that this album was exremely unique and one of the best!

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  43. Mark on December 14th, 2011 10:07 pm

    I Think Number 1 Album No Doubt Should Go To Kendrick Lamar – Section.80 or Eminem & Royce – Bad Meets Evil

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