Top 10 Greatest Hip Hop Album Opening Tracks

Wu-Tang Clan - "Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)" (1993: The album begins with the raw and energetic "Bring da Ruckus.

OutKast - "Stankonia" (2000: Stankonia" starts with an energetic intro that captures the eclectic and experimental nature of OutKast's music.

Nas - "Illmatic" (1994: Illmatic" begins with the powerful soundscape of "The Genesis," providing a cinematic introduction to Nas' seminal debut album.

N.W.A - "Straight Outta Compton" (1988: The title track serves as a bold and unapologetic introduction to the revolutionary sound of N.W.A.

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Lauryn Hill - "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill" (1998: Lauryn Hill's album begins with a soulful and introspective.

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Kanye West - "My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy" (2010: The album opens with "Dark Fantasy," a lush and ambitious track that sets the stage for the grandeur of Kanyes.

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Jay-Z - "The Blueprint" (2001: The Ruler's Back" serves as a triumphant opening for Jay-Z's classic album, "The Blueprint.

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Eminem - "The Marshall Mathers LP" (2000: The album kicks off with a memorable public service announcement, immediately drawing listeners into Eminem's world.

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Common - "Be" (2005: The album opens with a soulful intro, seamlessly transitioning into the uplifting and introspective themes of "Be.

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A Tribe Called Quest - "The Low End Theory" (1991: Excursions" sets a jazzy and laid-back vibe, introducing listeners to the innovative sound of A Tribe Called Quest.

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