Top 10  Best Hip-Hop Albums

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Ye (f.k.a. Kanye West), ‘Donda’: “Who’s the busiest loser?” Kanye asks on his 10th album.

Sahbabii, ‘Do It for Demon': Atlanta rapper Sahbabii spent the year mourning the loss of his childhood friend.

KenTheMan, ‘What’s My Name’: By now the significance of women in hip-hop is a recognized fact.

YSL, ‘Slime Language 2’: As invitingly bright and riotously overpopulated as its cover.

J. Cole, ‘The Off-Season’: With its abundance of sports metaphors.

Little Simz, ‘Sometimes I Might Be Introvert’: The British-Nigerian rapper’s fourth album seamlessly incorporates grime.

Maxo Kream, ‘Weight of the World’: Maxo Kream is as real as they come.

Polo G, ‘Hall of Fame’: There’s simply no stopping Polo G.

Young Thug, ‘Punk’: For an album named after a movement of aggression.

Mike, ‘Disco!’: New York rapper Mike has one of the most quietly prolific catalogs in hip-hop right now.

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