Top 10 Greatest Consecutive Hip Hop Album Trio Releases

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Scarface - "The Diary" (1994), "The Untouchable" (1997), "My Homies" (1998: Scarface's trilogy is a Southern hip-hop cornerstone.

Run the Jewels - "Run the Jewels" (2013), "Run the Jewels 2" (2014), "Run the Jewels 3" (2016: Run the Jewels' trilogy is a relentless display of chemistry between Killer Mike and El-P.

OutKast - "Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik" (1994), "ATLiens" (1996), "Aquemini" (1998: OutKast's trilogy spans the growth of Southern hip-hop, blending funk, soul, and social commentary.

Wu-Tang Clan - "Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)" (1993), "Wu-Tang Forever" (1997), "The W" (2000: Wu-Tang Clan's trilogy solidifies their status as pioneers.

Nas - "Illmatic" (1994), "It Was Written" (1996), "I Am..." (1999: Nas' trilogy showcases his evolution from the streets of Queensbridge to a lyrical maestro. "Illmatic" is hailed as a classic.

Jay-Z - "The Blueprint" (2001), "The Blueprint 2: The Gift & The Curse" (2002), "The Blueprint 3" (2009: Jay-Z's trilogy showcases his dominance in the 2000s.

Eminem - "The Slim Shady LP" (1999), "The Marshall Mathers LP" (2000), "The Eminem Show" (2002: Eminem's trilogy catapulted him to global stardom.

Kanye West - "The College Dropout" (2004), "Late Registration" (2005), "Graduation" (2007: Kanye West's trilogy is a genre-defying exploration of his personal and artistic growth.

A Tribe Called Quest - "People's Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm" (1990), "The Low End Theory" (1991), "Midnight Marauders" (1993: A Tribe Called Quest's trilogy is a testament.

Lupe Fiasco - "Food & Liquor" (2006), "The Cool" (2007), "Lasers" (2011: Lupe Fiasco's trilogy is marked by intricate lyricism and conceptual storytelling.