Sunday 7 February 2016

Generic list post: great songs on rap albums that are far from great 2

In lieu of the last post being about Jeezy's That's What's Up and Gucci Mane's Muscles N My Hand, here's a sequel to the great songs from not-so-great albums generic list. Not sayin' all the albums these songs hail from are entirely worthless per se, more that these songs shine like the proverbial sun, moon & stars on those mediocre albums they call home.

Newcleus - Programmed 4 L.O.V.E (2009)
Yo Gotti ft. Stuey Rock - Single (2012)
L.A's Own Billy The Kidd AKA Defari - Say It Twice (2000)
Davy D - Have You Seen Davy? (1987)
G-Eazy ft. Starrah - Order More (2015)
Beanie Sigel & Freeway ft. State Property - Live In Effect (2010)
Yukmouth ft. Sauce & Mac Dre - Get Stupid, Go Dumb (2004)
Nice & Smooth - Lockdown (1997)
The Game ft. 2 Chainz & Rick Ross - Ali Bomaye (2012)
Laroo & The Jacka ft. Matt Blaque - Dip W/U (2009)
Group Home - Stupid Muthafuckas (1999)
Kokane ft. Too $hort - Rhyme Slow (1999)
Curren$y ft. August Alsina & Lil' Wayne - Bottom Of The Bottle (2015)
The New Style - Scuffin' Those Knees (1989)
Lil' Tip, Shorty K, Lil' J & Crooked I - Ashes To Ashes (1998)
Big Sean - Paradise (Extended) (2015)
Cocoa Brovaz - Tools Of The Trade (2002)
Bubba Sparxxx ft. Killer Mike & Cool Breeze - Claremont Lounge (2006)
Azealia Banks - Miss Amor (2014)


Unknown said...

Never heard that Beanie and Freeway nice track. Is the rest of the album terrible or worth checking out?

Kelvin Mack10zie said...

Not really worth hearing.

That track is a 2008 MySpace classic that ended up on one of those shitty albums Siccness flooded the market with in 2009/2010.

Ruben said...

Evidence produced that Defari tune too haha.

Anonymous said...

"Bottom Of The Bottle" is Curren$y's first billboard hit.

L.A said...