What was the best-selling hip-hop album of the 2000s?
The Marshall Mathers LP Eminem
Highest first-week sales
|1||The Marshall Mathers LP||Eminem|
|2||Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water||Limp Bizkit|
|3||The Dynasty: Roc La Familia||Jay-Z|
What rappers came out in 2000?
The best ’00s rappers include any and all worthy artists who influenced hip-hop music between 2000 and 2010. This decade brought with it some of the most talented rappers the music world has ever seen, including the likes of Lil’ Wayne, Rock Ross, Nas, and Nelly.
Are these early 2000s rap albums still relevant today?
Some of the classic 2000 albums have already celebrated their 20th anniversaries, and other early 2000s classics will be turning 20 before we know it, so we thought it’d be a good time to look back on some of the early 2000s rap albums that hold up especially well and still feel relevant and influential today.
What’s the Best Hip-Hop Album of the 2000s?
From power pop (“Izzo (H.O.V.A.)”) to vulnerability (“Song Cry”), Jay demonstrated range and versatility throughout the album. Undoubtedly the best hip-hop album of the 2000s.
What happened to gangsta rap in the 2000s?
The tough New York rap and West Coast gangsta rap that dominated the ’90s continued into the early 2000s, but they eventually made way for other scenes and subgenres to take over.
What is the most slept on album of the 2000s?
Binary Star – Masters Of The Universe (2000) One of the most slept on albums of the year 2000 (or the decade even) is Binary Star’s Masters Of The Universe. Where dumbed down factory rap was selling millions of copies, this gem of an album sold less than 50.000 units, which is crazy when you think about it.