‘Dead Wrong’ should be number 1. He goes toe to toe with Biggie and holds his own, maybe even wins out. The rest of this list should be his “guest appearances” on everyone else albums. The only times he’s not whining about Kim, his mom or his daughter; or rambling about some nonsense, like TRL flunkies (which he happens to be himself).
I don’t understand “most important rapper”? Being as he can’t write his own shit, and Drake wrote most of it, wouldn’t that make Drake at least “more important” than Wayne? Not that Drake should be that high either. They’re all wack bubblegum rappers. Just something to keep the mindless masses going.
Frank Ocean’s music is weak. D’Angelo has been there, done that better. Curious to see how high the album would be if it were not for his extracurricular outings…
No @Among_Wolves “This Is A Wave Goodbye”? This list is completely null and void. The best band out of Baltimore are these gents, not Best Coast.
When Kanye said,”I hate sport coats with button up shirts, jeans and dress shoes.”, did he mean looks like this…? http://www.swag973.com/musicentertainment/Story.aspx?ID=1699456 Hypocrite, trash, piece-of-sh!t
Remember when the Black Keys were good before they “Nicklebacked” and sold out? Starting with Brothers, and now this “watered-down, post-grunge crap, horrendous shit.” that is El Camino. Take a look in the mirror Patrick.
Love that DeathGrips made it, although they should be higher. No Childish Gambino – “Camp”? I agree that his previous efforts are better, but I think “Camp” definitely makes the top 40.