Open Mic: Best Rap Album/Song of 2010

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Published on August 31, 2010 with 17 Comments

Name the best rap album and best rap song you heard this year. Go.

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  1. Best Albums:
    1.) Janelle Monae “The Archandroid”
    2.) Big K.R.I.T. “Krit Wuz Here”
    3.) The Roots “How I Got Over”
    4.) Freeway & Jake One “The Stimulus Package”
    5.) Big Boi “Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty”
    6.) Curren$y “Pilot Talk”

    Best Songs:
    1.) J. Cole “Who Dat”
    2.) Cee-Lo “Fuck You”
    3.) Kanye West “Power”
    4.) Aloe Blacc “I Need a Dollar”
    5.) Lloyd Banks ft. Juelz Santana “Beamer, Benz, or Bentley”
    6.) Drake ft. The-Dream “Shut it Down”

  2. Nefew’s Antihero Begins. Might be free but it’s album material/quality no unoriginal beats. Best song of the year: i wanna say J.cole’s blow up, i one song, he touches a lot of topics from student loans to even “miracle working” preachers

  3. Joell Ortiz – Nissan Honda Chevy

  4. Best Albums:
    1. Big Boi – Sir Lucious Left Foot
    2. Nas & Damian Marley – Distant Relatives
    3. The Roots – How I Got Over
    4. Freddie Gibbs – Str8 Killa No Filla
    5. Big K.R.I.T. – K.R.I.T. Wuz Here

    Best Songs:
    1. Cee-Lo – Fuck You
    2. J. Cole – Premeditated Murder
    3. Kanye West – Power Remix
    4. Big Boi – For Yo Sorrows
    5. Drake – Shut It Down

  5. Best albums:
    1. The Roots – How I Got Over
    2. Nas & Damian Marley – Distant Relatives
    3. Big Boi – Sir Lucious Left Foot
    4. Big K.R.I.T. – K.R.I.T. Wuz Here
    5. Reflection Eternal – Revolutions Per Minute

    Best songs:
    1. The Roots – The Fire
    2. J. Cole – Premeditated Murder
    3. The Roots – Dear God 2.0
    4. Raekwon, Inspectah Deck & GZA – Rockstars
    5. Outkast – Lookin’ 4 Ya
    6. Blow Up – J. Cole
    7. Cee-Lo – Fuck You
    8. Big K.R.I.T. – No Wheaties
    9. Reflection Eternal – In This World
    10. Bun B – Let ‘Em Know

  6. Best Album – Curren$y “Pilot Talk”, Best Song – Curren$y “Address”. Cheers from Poland!

  7. Best Album – Curren$y “Pilot Talk”, Best Song – Curren$y “Address”. Cheers from Poland!

  8. Big Boi – Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son Of Chico Dusty

    songs:
    The Roots – The Fire
    Janelle Monae – Cold War
    Erykah Badu – Window Seat
    Big Boi – Shutterbugg

    Freeway – Know What I Mean
    The Roots – Dear God 2.0

  9. Shutterbugg & Sir Luscious. This is Big Boi’s year.

  10. 1.-kanye west – power.
    2.- big k.r.i.t. – if i should die.
    3.- diddy – angels and hello good morning
    4.- lil wayne – Right Above It
    5.- M.I.A. – Born free and xxxo and steppin up
    6.- usher. -Hot Tottie
    7.- Jay Z. – new york ft alicia keys

  11. For me. i think young buck has done well. he has released a lot of material this year. We all know the situation he is in.. but Buck managed to keep his head up.. Can’t wait for his Street album Rehab. which drops sept 7th of this month.. if you go thru all the songs he did this year. frm his solo to features.. i think he has really done a great job. so i think is RAPPER YOUNG BUCK. HANDS DOWN.. check out his new single when the rain stop.. #Rehab album. in stores Sept 7th..

  12. Shad’s TSOL and Big Boi’s “Shine Blockas.”

  13. Weak year… But Roots – How I Got Over #1. Trek Life – Everything Changed Nothing #2. Murs & 9th – Fornever #3. Best song – Laws – Look Easy.

  14. gotta say distant relatives and “leaders” off that album.

  15. Nas & Damien – Distant Relatives

    Hands down,

    Special mention

    Big Krit- Krit wuz here

  16. Album – KRIT Wuz Here
    Song – The Roots – The Fire

  17. Song: Villematic ~ J. Cole
    Album: Teflon Don ~ Rick Ross

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