Top 25 Anticipated Albums For 2010

1. The Roots How I Got Over
Tentative Release Date:  Spring/2010
Producers/Collaborators: Phonte (of Little Brother), Blu, Cody Chesnutt

What We Know: The Roots are set to release their ninth studio album How I Got Over. The album title comes from a Mahalia Jackson gospel song of the same name. The band has described the new LP as upbeat, funky with political influences. The title track was first premiered on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon in June 2009. According to ?uestlove, Phonte recorded three to five tracks for the album. Here’s hoping the live version of “How I Got Over” makes the final cut because it’s clearly superior to the studio version.

2. Erykah BaduNew Amerykah Part II (Return of the Ankh)
Tentative Release Date:  March/2010
Producers/Collaborators: 9th Wonder, Madlib, J Dilla, James Poyser, Shafiq Husayn, Karieem Riggins,?uestlove (The Roots), Ta’Raach, Georgia Anne Muldrow

What We Know:  Erykah’s last album New Amerykah Part One (4th World War) received critical acclaim for its political content. According to Badu, she describes the new album as a “spiritual and emotional” battle. She also views this album to be reminiscent of her debut Baduizm in that it’s less heavy: “this is just about beats and rhymes in a cipher.” According to an earlier report, a track on the LP named “Jump In the Air” is set to feature nine emcees. A radio version leaked with Lil Wayne last month.

3. Reflection Eternal Revolutions Per Minute
Tentative Release Date:  Spring/2010
Producers/Collaborators: Hi-Tek, Jay Electronica, J. Cole, Mos Def

What We Know: Hard to believe it’s been 10 years since their debut Train Of Thought was released. They’ve been releasing new music since last year with tracks such as “Back Again”, “Internet Connection” and their latest track “Just Begun”. The new joint features Mos Def along with newcomers Jay Electronica and J. Cole. Good timing or not, we’ll gladly take a reunion album if it resembles anything close to the excitement and magic from their debut LP.

4. Pharaohe Monch W.A.R. (We Are Renegades)
Tentative Release Date:  Spring/2010
Producers/Collaborators:  Denaun Porter, Black Milk, M-Phazes, Lee Stone, Talib Kweli, Black Thought, Styles P, Cee-Lo

What We Know: After releasing Desire after an eight-year hiatus, Pharoahe thankfully won’t make us wait that long for a follow up. Denaun Porter will be executive producing the new album W.A.R. (We Are Renegades). He produced two tracks on Desire and one that didn’t make the album due to sample clearances, “Never Walk Together”. They also worked on another track which was to be featured on a Denaun Porter solo LP, “Broken Heart”. There’s been some discussion of a possible Nas feature but we’ll wait and see on that one.

5. Drake Thank Me Later
Tentative Release Date:  March/2010
Producers/Collaborators: Boi-1da, Tone Mason, Pharrell Williams, Jay-Z, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Bun B

What We Know: After dropping the So Far Gone mixtape that gained national buzz along with numerous guest appearances in 2009, Drake will be dropping his much anticipated debut. A track with Jay-Z called “Light It Up” produced by the Tone Masons has been confirmed for the album. Drake mentioned previously that he wanted to get Andre 3000 and Sade on a record, we’ll chalk that up somewhere near a release date for the Detox album. The real question with Drake is: will we get an album full of “Best I Ever Had” type material or a bit more balance and lyricism like on the track “Fear”?  Here’s hoping for the latter.

6. Black MilkAlbum Of The Year
Tentative Release Date:  Summer/2010
Producers/Collaborators:  Daru Jones

What We Know:  For those thinking the album is an ambitious claim for best hip-hop album, that’s not the case. The album title refers to events that occurred in 2009 that according to Black Milk he’ll elaborate on throughout the new LP. Tronic was one of the best LP’s in 2008 so we’re definitely excited to see where Black Milk takes us with his follow up. In late December he released the song “Keep Going” featuring Daru Jones on the drums. The new song is like a rock version of “Give The Drummer Sum”.

7. Flying LotusCosmogramma
Tentative Release Date: April/2010
Producers/Collaborators:  TBA

What We Know: Flying Lotus is continuously pushing the boundaries of the electronic/experimental/hip-hop sub-genre along with Exile, Sa-Ra Creative Partners and SamiYam. His last album was definitely more of a minimalist approach over hip-hop drums all while experimenting with new things sonically. He’ll be hard pressed to top the critically acclaimed of Los Angeles (2008). Fortunately, he’s improved with each new release so the odds are in his favour for him to do it again with his third full-length Cosmogramma.

8. SadeSoldier Of Love
Tentative Release Date:  Feb/2010
Producers/Collaborators:  Mike Pela, Stuart Matthewman, Andre Hale

What We Know:  After a 10-year hiatus, Sade is back with her follow-up to Lover’s Rock. She premiered the title track earlier this month. Her long time collaborators Mike Pela and Stuart Matthewman are attached to the new album, which can only signal good things when you consider how great her last album was. The video for “Soldier Of Love” premiered earlier this month.

9. Big Boi Sir Luscious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty
Tentative Release Date: March/2010
Producers/Collaborators: Erick Sermon, Salaam Remi, DJ Toomp, Organized Noize, Andre 3000, Gucci Mane, Mary J. Blige, George Clinton, Too Short, T.I.

What We Know: Once Big Boi released the “Royal Flush” (Feat. Raekwon & Andre 3000) back in 2008 who didn’t want to hear the solo LP? Naturally, the label (Jive) dropped the ball. Big Boi released “Shine Blockas” (Feat. Gucci Mane) last October. It’s received good buzz in preparation for his new album. I’m never a fan of too many features on an album, but with no new OutKast album on the horizon and Andre 3000 linked to two guest features there’s still hope for this LP.

10. Bilal Airtight’s Revenge
Tentative Release Date:  Spring/2010
Producers/Collaborators: Shafiq Husayn, Nottz

What We Know: After years of label issues, noteworthy guest appearances and a follow-up album Love For Sale that got shelved, Bilal will be finally returning with a new music this year. He signed with Plug Research in 2009 so he could make the creative soulful music he’s known without succumbing to the pressure of being major. According to Bilal, compared to Love For Sale: “This time I’ve taken that and mixed it with jazz and rock inflections. This record is about me discovering Steely Dan, John Lennon, and Bobby Womack.”

11. The Foreign ExchangeTBA
Tentative Release Date:  Fall/2010
Producers/Collaborators: TBA

What We Know: Fresh off their Grammy nomination for “Daykeeper” (Feat. Muhsinah), we’re happy to report that Phonte and Nicolay will be releasing a new album this fall. Phonte was originally scheduled to release his solo LP in 2010, but with success of the group’s last album a new studio album is on the horizon. We expect long-time collaborators Zo!, Darien Brockington, Yahzarah and Carlitta Durand to be involved in some capacity.

12. Lupe FiascoLasers
Tentative Release Date:  Spring/2010
Producers/Collaborators:  Soundtrakk, Pharrell Williams, Bun B, Kid Cudi, Matthew Santos,

What We Know: Lupe Fiasco’s third studio album was originally called: Lupe Fiasco’s LupE.N.D signaling his final album and possible retirement. He’s since renamed the album Lasers, an acronym for Love Always Shines Everytime Remember 2 Smile. Lupe has released two tracks confirmed for the new LP, “Shining Down” and the recent “I’m Beaming”. Both were leaked without approval which derailed some of the momentum he’d hoped for. Lyrically, he’s still got it but we’re hoping for more consistent production this time around.

13. Slum Village Villa Manifesto
Tentative Release Date:  Spring/2010
Producers/Collaborators:  Black Milk, Waajeed, Karriem Riggins, Pete Rock

What We Know:  It’s been five years since the group released a full-length album. With Jay Dee passing away in 2006 and Baatin’s passing last year, T3 and Elzhi are the only two remaining members of the group. Fortunately, Baatin did record tracks for this LP before he passed away so he will part of this project even it is just in spirit. With the production line-up attached to the album Slum Village looks to deliver a worthy album we can all celebrate. The group released an EP of the same name with features by Marsha Ambrosius and Black Milk last December.

14. Jose James Blackmagic
Tentative Release Date: February/2010
Producers/Collaborators:  Flying Lotus, DJ Mitsu the Beats

What We Know: After releasing his critically acclaimed debut The Dreamer in (2008) Jose James continued touring and collaborating with Jazzanova on their last LP Of All The Things. After two years off, he’s set to drop his follow up Blackmagic. Flying Lotus produced the title track and two others on the new LP. The album combines Jose’s soulful voice with acid jazz, broken-beat and hip-hop drums to create the vocal jazz he’s become known for.

15. Nas & Damian Marley Distant Relatives
Tentative Release Date:  March/2010
Producers/Collaborators: Salaam Remi, 9th Wonder, K’Naan, Joss Stone, Stevie Wonder.

What We Know: In 2008 they started recording a full album together after a number of tracks were leftover from previous albums by both artists that they initially hoped would make for an EP about Africa. After numerous delays from both of their labels, the album will see the light of day. The album’s themes will revolve around Africa, from ancestry and poverty as well as their social commentary of the United States and Africa.

16. Ghostface Killah, Method Man & Raekwon The Wu-Massacre
Tentative Release Date:  Fall/2010
Producers/Collaborators:  RZA, Mathematics

What We Know:  After the solo success of Wu-members Ghostface, Method Man & Raekwon in 2009, the trio hinted their desire come together for an album . I wonder if that’s a shot at Slaughterhouse? Kidding of course. Between Blackout! 2, Ghostdini: Wizard of Poetry in Emerald City & Only Built 4 Cuban Linx Pt. II, last year was great year for the Wu-Tang Clan. With RZA on boards as well as Mathematics, the timing is definitely ideal for this type of project. All three have collaborated together previously on a number of albums so the chemistry shouldn’t be an issue for this new project. To date they’ve released “Meth vs. Chef Part II” and “Our Dreams”.

17. B.o.B. The Adventures of Bobby Ray
Tentative Release Date:  May/2010
Producers/Collaborators:  Bruno Mars, T.I.

What We Know:  After releasing numerous mixtapes and being named XXL’s Freshman Of The Year in 2008, B.o.B aka. Bobby Ray is finally set to drop his Grand Hustle debut. The best way to describe his sound is hip-hop/alternative because he’s like a southern version of K-Os. He’s just as lyrical as he is soulful on certain joints. He recently released “Nothin On You” (Feat. Bruno Mars), which is the lead single from the new album.

18. Common The Believer
Tentative Release Date:  Summer/2010
Producers/Collaborators: Kanye West, No I.D.

What We Know: With his last LP UMC: Universal Mind Control, Common wanted to make an album he could hear in the clubs. Critics and fans panned the album as a failure. His new album The Believer is described as a return to form for the Chicago emcee. We believe Common is a dope emcee. Hopefully, the lyrics on this record display that because outside of a few tracks from Finding Forever & the album Be, he’s been coasting. The collaboration with the Jonas Brothers last summer didn’t help his cause either.

19. Georgia Anne MuldrowA King’s Ballad
Tentative Release Date:  February/2010
Producers/Collaborators: Dudley Perkins

What We Know:  The inspirations behind A King’s Ballad are the early days of the Obama administration, the last days of the life of Michael Jackson and her newborn son. Georgia describes the sound on her new album as: “more mature, more sure, more relevant and definitely much mo’ funky!” Sonically, the album is an eclectic mix of different genres Muldrow is known for. Very interested to see where she takes us with the album.

20. Pacific Division Grown Kid Syndrome
Tentative Release Date:  Summer/2010
Producers/Collaborators:  Pharrell Williams, Jake One

What We Know:  Fresh off their 2009 mixtape Church league Champions, Pac Div are finally dropping their Universal Motown debut album later this summer. The fun in their music is reminiscent of groups like Little Brother and Slum Village but with a West Coast vibe to it. They previewed a small snippet of “Broccoli” (produced by Pharrell) earlier this month in concert in Miami. It sounds like they might have a hit on their hands. Along with Blu, Exile and Fashawn, Pac Div are leading the resurgence of hip-hop on the left coast.

21. The Gorillaz Plastic Beach
Tentative Release Date:  March/2010
Producers/Collaborators:  De La Soul, Snoop Dogg, Lou Reed, Mos Def, Bobby Womack, Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, Little Dragon.

What We Know:  Damon Albarn is set to release the third studio album by animated group The Gorillaz. Mos Def has collaborated on three songs and De La Soul have contributed to two songs as well. Albarn describes the new album as the “most pop record” he has ever made. The first single “Stylo” is sonically a mix between break-beats from the ’70s and ’80s pop.

22. The Beastie BoysHot Sauce Committee Pt.1
Tentative Release Date:  Fall/2010
Producers/Collaborators:  Nas, Santigold

What We Know: They debuted the first single “Too Many Rappers” (which features Nas) at the Bonnaroo Music festival last summer. Shortly after that, MCA became sick due to a cancerous tumor so the album and tour were pushed back. With the earlier health scare behind them, the trio can finally promote and tour the new LP. Sonically they’ve described the album as “…a combination of playing and sampling stuff as we’re playing, and also sampling pretty obscure records.” They’ve already completed the second installment (Pt. 2) so we should expect more music in the near future.

23. Black Thought & Danger MouseDangerous Thoughts
Tentative Release Date:  Winter/2010
Producers/Collaborators:  TBA

What We Know:  Back in 2002 when Phrenology dropped, the actual songs that appeared on that LP were originally slated for a Black Thought solo LP. In 2006, Black Thought stated he was working on a collaborative album with Danger Mouse called Dangerous Thoughts. With the success of two Gnarls Barkley albums the project got pushed back. Three Roots albums later, we’re now in 2010. Black Thought recently confirmed the album is still a go for this year so it appears we might finally get to hear it.

24. Random Axe TBA
Tentative Release Date:  Winter/2010
Producers/Collaborators:  Black Milk

What We Know:  Random Axe is made up of Black Milk, Sean Price and Guilty Simpson. After a few years of speculation, Black Milk confirmed that the Random Axe album is dropping this year. The collective collaborated on the track “Monster Babies” back in summer of 2009.  As long as Black Milk is on the boards for this trio, there’s hope for this project. We’re definitely excited to see what Black Milk will be cooking up for this album.

25. EvidenceCats And Dogs
Tentative Release Date:  Summer/2010
Producers/Collaborators:  The Alchemist

What We Know:  Evidence signed with Rhymesayers after some reports stated that he signed with Talib Kweli’s BlackSmith label. Most of 2009 saw Evidence doing features with Alchemist under the moniker “Step Brothers” and touring to promote The Layover EP. The two artists have great chemistry musically so we definitely expect some collaborations on the new LP.  After appearing on DOOM’s Born Like This, what are the chances we see a Slug or DOOM appearance on his new LP? Stay tuned.

Honorable Mentions:

Young Jeezy – Thug Motivation 103
Rhymesfest – El Che
Eminem – Relapse II
Zo!  – SunStorm
Yahzarah – The Ballad Of Ms. Purple Saint James

 

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  1. I’m looking forward to Reflection Eternal for sure. Drake sucks. Wouldn’t waste my money. I just got the new ILLUS ep which I think is one of the best of the year and blows away most on this list, and I hear he has a full-length coming out on RhymeSayers or Def Jam. Really looking forward to that. I hope the Roots is good and hopefully Monch’s album is better than Desire which was a let down. I’m also looking forward to the new Freddie Foxxx allbums, he has multiple joints releasing this year and the OG is a monster!

  2. @ Gedi Dabakaeri

    nah son. what im saying is that alot of those artists that made classics in the mid 90s are saying there making albums with that particular sound again. do i believe that???? probably not.

    fat joe aint make a good album since the 90s. but if he say he going to make a d.i.t.c style album then thats what i want to hear.

    i didnt even like blackout 2 that much but redman said hes wants to be on that ‘time 4 sum aksion’ shit again. and thats what i want to hear.

    like i said, i thought raekwons album was 6-7 tracks too many. but alot of artists liked what he was tryin to do with that album. and i think they wanna do the same thing.
    eg. AZ – doe or die 2.

    trust me its not only hip hop fans that dont like the way hip hop is going. 90% of artists dont like weezy or T.I or jeezy. but hip hop has changed.

    no one in there right mind who cares about there money is going to diss weezy or jeezy because they no there going to lose fan base and money. eg. dr dre might have lil wayne on his album??? really lil wayne????

    when 50 cent dissed ja rule everyone who liked 50 cent stopped liking ja rule. and thats when fake hip hop started.

    fans started to choose sides and hip hop became soft ‘pardon my french’

    it became like wwf wrestling which is also soft.

    there are so many rappers that are big that a getting a slide. in the 90s real emcees dissed cats like this.

    even Jeru da damaja dissed biggie and bad boy. BIGGIE???? because he thought puffy was going too commercial.
    i love that shit. a lyrical genius not happy with the other lyrical genius. hip hop was so pure back then.

    masta ace said it best when he dissed high and the mighty he said “i’d rather hear a lil wayne, lil zane duet.”

    my point exactly. but i’d rather listen to miley cyrus rap then lil wayne and jeezy.

    my point is its up to us the fans to let hip hop artists know whats good and whats not.
    illegal downloading might be the reason hip hop comes back to the ground. instead of a bunch of divas wearing bling and drinking moet rapping about how rich they are. i aint rich why the fuck i wanna hear you talk about how much cars you own??????

    trust me. people will buy your record if its worth buying. but theres nothing worth buying.

    peace

    afan

  3. What about the new Memphis Bleek joint “The Process” coming this March??!!

  4. David Reyneke|

    Yessir, Panacea is going to be a bomb of an album… Coming soon!

  5. What about Panacea droppin 12 step program in March?

  6. I know it doesn’t have a release date or even a title yet but the Strange Fruit Project album definitely deserves to be on this list at least as an honorable mention. I can’t think of one sane person who’d rather hear Jeezy’s raspy ass voice over some wonderful SFP jams. I’m out like Stan Lee, ’nuff said.

  7. Super Chron Flight Brothers – Cape Verde

    I thought the Deleted Scenes Mixtape was dope, and better than Indonesia…I’m hoping Cape Verde Steps it up even more…

  8. @Andrewski Thanks for the comments. Glad you like the list.

    peace.

  9. this is a great list. I wouldn’t change anything

  10. @afan As much as you may not like young jeezy, T.i, lil wayne, drake, swizz beats (that’s fine)*, what exactly has been special about Fat Joe, Busta Rhymes, Redman of late? Are referring to their old albums?

    The last Method Man & Redman “Blackout 2” was decent, I’ll give you that.

    Busta Rhymes and Fat Joe’s last albums weren’t in the least bit impressive or creative (both used auto-tune btw). Unless we’re listening to different albums I’m not anticipating nothing by them. For the record, those two new singles by Redman are horrible. He needs to go indie and do what he wants to do and forget about radio cuts.

    Thanks for the comments.
    peace.

  11. @Objektiv One *dead* at Hammer

  12. @ vatKEEZY…… Jay Electronica’s Wifey said he aint ever going to release an album. but just blaze said he might have something released this year.

    If theres a chance he might be releasing a record this year then i got dude on my list.
    just like i got bilal and d’angelo on my list.

    and who the bloodclaat is Young jeezy?????? mi respect y’all opinion but young jeezy????

    i was hoping this was the year where we didnt hear music from young jeezy, T.i, lil wayne, drake, swizz beats, auto-tunes etc…..

    a new decade to forget about the last half of the last one…………..

    Even though i didnt like Raekwon’s OB4CL part 2 album (who mastered that album?) he’s the reason all these artists like AZ, Fat Joe, busta rhymes, redman etc are releasing albums this year bringing back that real hip hop sound of the early to mid 90s.

    2010 is the year when hip hop returns to that golden era sound. that lord finesse, pete rock, easy mo bee, premo, marley marl sound of the 90s.

    but then again……… do i really believe that????? is it wishful thinking?????

    is it really going to be like the 1992-1997 when you couldnt find a bad album ??????
    a time when you wished artists would release more then 12 or 14 songs on there albums?

    now days you wish artists would get rid of 8 or 9 tracks from there albums. eg Raekwon’s latest effort.

    Hip Hop for the first time in alongtime seems to be heading in the right direction.

    but i have my doubts.

    peace

    afan

  13. For those asking why J. Cole isn’t on this list; he’s still technically working on his debut album and doesn’t have a solid release date, much less an album title. Wanted to keep list specific to artists with confirmed projects. That’s why you don’t see Detox or an album by D’angelo on this list.

    A few other artists we’re anticipating albums from but with no solid release date or info as yet (so they were excluded)*:

    De La Soul
    Jay Electronica
    Blu
    J. Cole
    Kanye West

    peace.

  14. I personally hope MC Hammer comes back with a surprise album and puts everyone to shame. You know he could if he wanted too.

  15. 1. Young Jeezy – TM103
    2. Bobby Ray
    3. Drake – Thank me later
    4. Eminem
    5. Gorillaz

    JEEZY!

  16. i just hope i get the go to review some of these

  17. @Dart_adams Jean Grae hasn’t dropped anything in a long time that’s really moved me. I heard recent the feature with Styles P & Talib Kweli & it was underwhelming in my opinion. Ski Beatz is producing a good number of tracks on the LP, so I hope she proves me wrong for not adding her on this list.

    Finale’s album should be a good one especially if Oddisee is still producing it. (completely forgot about that one)*

    Thanks for the comments.
    peace

  18. Great list. Up until a couple weeks ago, Detox topped my list *weeps*

    I’m definitely looking forward to the J. Cole album, The Game’s album, Cats and Dogs, and maybe my most anticipated…. Nipsey Hussle – South Central State of Mind. I’ve been slapping the Bullets Ain’t Got No Name mixtapes religiously, I cannot wait for this one.

  19. @vatKEEZY That’s what I’m saying. I wanted to include Jay Electronica, but still no sign of Act II.

    Until he drops Act II —> we don’t believe you, you need more people. © Jay-Z

    I do listen to some Jeezy. I don’t like everything he puts out, but he has some joints. J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League is producing 4-5 joints on TM103, so I wanna hear it.

    Thanks for the comments.
    peace

  20. LOL at afan if you really think Jay Electronica is going to drop an album this year. He hasn’t even dropped Act II yet.

  21. Great list. I personally would have like to see Jake One and Freeway on the list as well. All and all I came in here to make fun of this list and be a general nuisance and actually was surprised. LOL.

  22. I also wanna show some love to Trek Life. He’s one of my favorite new emcees, and his new full length with Oddisee will be incredible.

  23. Brandon Rae|

    One word.

    Panacea.

  24. How about Mickey Factz’s album and the Sadat X album coming?

  25. nice list. cant wait for lotus.. jeezy should NOT be on this list

  26. Agree with Ali Elabbady… Broken Bells is a great album…

  27. 1. AZ – Doe or Die 2

    2. Reflection Eternal – Revolutions Per Minute

    3. The Roots – How I Got Over

    4. Pharoahe Monch – W.A.R. (Let My People Go)

    5. Method Man, Ghostface & Raekwon – The Wu-Massacre

    6. Nas & Damian Marley – Distant Relatives

    7. D’angelo – James River

    8. Bilal – Air Tight’s Revenge

    9. Common – The Believer

    10. Jay Electronica – Untitled

    11. Kanye West – Good Ass Job

    12. Erykah Badu – New Amerykah Part II: Return Of The Ankh

    13. Redman – Reggie Noble 9 1/2

    14. Jose James – Black Magic

    15. Black Thought & Danger Mouse – Dangerous Thoughts

    16. The Game – The R.E.D. Album

    17. Lupe Fiasco – Lasers

    18. Missy Elliot – Block Party

    19. Collie Buddz – Untitled

    20. Canibus – Melatonin Magik

    21. N.E.R.D – Instant Gratification

    22. Slum Village – Villa Manifesto

    23. Corinne Bailey Rae – The Sea

    24. Little Brother – Leftback

    25. The Gorillaz – Plastic Beach

    Now thats a list…………

    peace

    afan

  28. that Evidence album is my most anticipated.

    I personally find B.o.B. garbage, especially seeing him live at rock the bells in 08. I don’t see anything special in his music.

  29. How is J. Cole’s album not on this list? I mean, seriously.

  30. What!? How did y’all sleep on the Little Brother album coming out in April…that’s gotta make the list…

  31. I would definitely add a few:
    Finale (production by Oddisee)
    The Left (production by Apollo Brown)
    UPS (Boog Brown & Apollo Brown) (production by Apollo Brown)
    Hassaan Mackey (production by Apollo Brown)

  32. I really just cannot wait for the Black Milk and Random Axe albums.

  33. Good list for the most part. Btw, it’s Tone Mason, not Tone Masons. Stimulus Package definitely needs to be on there. You really anticipating Jeezy’s album though? Didn’t even think you listened to him.

  34. Ali Elabbady|

    Also: Broken Bells (Danger Mouse & James Mercer of The Shins)

  35. Ali Elabbady|

    Freeway & Jake One – The Stimulus Package?

    Also, adding on to Big Boi, there is talk of Andre 3000 & OutKast seeing the light of day this year as well.

  36. Nas and Damian = GREATNESS

  37. Pretty nice list Gedi. I’d also like to throw in the Crown Royale (Buff1 & Rhettmatic) album.

  38. No Jean Grae “Cake Or Death” or Finale?

    One.

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