My top 10, not yours. No particular order. And yeah, no Biggie or Tupac records.
  1. Wu-Tang Clan, "Enter The 36 Chambers"
  2. The Fugees, "The Score"
  3. Gravediggaz, "Six Feet Deep"
  4. Camp Lo, "Uptown Saturday Night"
  5. Cypress Hill, self-titled
  6. A Tribe Called Quest, "Midnight Marauders"
  7. Beastie Boys, "Paul's Boutique"
  8. Nas, "It Was Written"
    I know it's troll-ish to put his second album over "Illmatic," but that's genuinely my feeling.
  9. Ice Cube, "The Predator"
    The greatest political rap album of all-time is painfully underrated, and more relevant today than when it was released.
  10. Wyclef Jean, "The Carnival"
    OK, slightly troll-ish here, and in reality I may have put "Ready To Die" here if I wanted to be very genuine, but "The Carnival" came out my Senior year in high school, and we all know what that will do to an album.