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X-Mix Essential Megamixes 1-20Bitrate: MP3 | 192 Kbps Genre: Sampler Size: 2010 MBHoster:; Passwort: Executioner666Trackliste: Vol.01CD 96 Rewind House Medley Pt.1Los Del Rio / Men Without Hats Macarena / Safety Dance New Year’s Eve DJ Toolkit – Auld Lang Syne With 60 Second Countdown The House Anthems Collective: Crystal Waters – Gypsy Woman Raze – Break For Love Work It – This Is Acid CLS – Good Life Nightcrawlers – Push The Feeling On80s Mobile Madness Part 2: Tone Loc feat. 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Now more than three decades old as a recorded medium, hip-hop is deeply embedded in popular culture – to the point where its stars seem not only larger than life but also, as Rick Ross once put it, "deeper than rap." But even as they sell out arenas and top the pop charts, rappers still court the respect and esteem of their hip-hop peers. In that spirit, just as we did in June with the Queen of Pop, we've crunched a pile of data to try to determine who is the current King of Hip-Hop. We're not looking for the all-time greatest, although many of our contenders would vie for that crown. Some of them have only been recording a couple of years; others have been in the game since the 1990s. But that's what makes hip-hop exciting – it's plausible for someone who was watching cartoons when Jay-Z dropped his debut album to emerge as a contender for the title. As with our Queen of Pop tally, in naming the King of Hip-Hop we focused on the very recent past: from 2009 through the first seven months of 2011. We ranked 20 solo rappers (no groups – sorry, Beasties) who have dropped an album during that time. We looked at album sales, rankings on the R&B/hip-hop and rap charts, You Tube views, social media, concert grosses, industry awards and critics' ratings. In alphabetical order, our contenders are: Big Boi, B.o. B, Diddy, Drake, Eminem, Fabolous, Lupe Fiasco, Gucci Mane, Jay-Z, Kid Cudi, Lil Wayne, Ludacris, Nicki Minaj, Pitbull, Rick Ross, Snoop Dogg, T. All of our contenders are men except for Minaj, who reappears from our Queen of Pop survey. We like to think of "King" as a gender-neutral term, and the fact is that Minaj has earned the right to compete in this arena. It would feel strange to leave her out – as a rapper, she's had a world-beating couple of years, with a chart-topping album, block-rocking singles and a slew of killer guest appearances. Frankly, she deserves to be called a hip-hop king just for her giant-killing appearance on West's hit "Monster," in which she crushed West and fellow guests Rick Ross and Jay-Z with one blow. Fans of the rappers, and the acts themselves, take these sorts of rankings pretty seriously. (We learned that firsthand in the comments section of Queens of Pop.) We stand by our data, but of course we know that no King of Hip-Hop index can capture swagger or flow – if it could, the all-time title might go to Q-Tip or Rakim. As you'll see, it turned out to be a fairly exciting contest. Our top overall contenders were pretty evenly matched, with five different rappers leading at least one tally each. Let's start with the tally that comes with the biggest bragging rights: album sales. ALBUM SALESWere we saying something about a close contest? Not on the album tally, where comeback king Eminem takes the top slot by an absurd margin. Thanks to his two latest chart-topping albums, 2009's , the man otherwise known as Slim Shady sold more than two and a half times the number of albums as the second-ranked Lil Wayne during our survey period. More than half of Eminem's 7.5 million in sales were taken by was the best-selling album, period, of 2010. One-fourth of those albums sold digitally, making it the first album in history to sell more than a million non-physical copies, a mark it crossed just last month. Despite losing the Album of the Year Grammy in an upset to Arcade Fire, had a monster: the Rihanna-supported ballad "Love the Way You Lie," which topped the Hot 100 for two months last year and probably fueled more soccer-mom album purchases for Shady than at any time in his career. came out in 2008, before the start of our survey period. He's sold another 750,000 copies of that blockbuster from 2009 to now. An even bigger handicap might have been Weezy's eight-month prison sentence in 2010–11, but he managed to release two discs in 2010 before going to prison, and both had strong numbers: about 750,000 for the rock-rap hybrid . All this is besides his numerous mixtape releases, which have sold tens of thousands. The guy is nothing if not prolific (just wait until we get to the songs tally). Unlike Weezy, most of the acts in our survey only managed one album release during our two-and-a-half-year survey period. Jay-Z's third-place showing was mostly the result of his two million-selling 2009 smash 200 over his career, Jay holds the title of the most chart-topping albums among solo acts, rappers or otherwise; and he is second among all artists, behind only the Beatles (who have 20 Number One discs, so Jay's got a way to go there). Among acts lower down in the tally, respect should be accorded to Rick Ross, who only placed eighth but has been a model of album-chart consistency in his five-year career. All four of the big man's albums have debuted in the BILLBOARD' S R&B/HIP-HOP AND RAP SONGS CHARTSIf you were one of our more conspiracy-minded commenters, you might complain that we picked the 2009 start date for our survey so Drake would win. We didn't, but it's true that nobody benefits more from our survey period than Aubrey Graham, the Canadian teen-soap star who took America's charts by storm starting in 2009 after transforming into a single-named rapper. For an art form that once prized street credibility, preferably from one of a handful of American cities, hip-hop has embraced the clean-cut Drake remarkably quickly. His role on had barely ended when he began contributing tracks to mixtapes by mentor Lil Wayne's Young Money crew. Thanks perhaps to Weezy's Good Hip-Hopping seal of approval, a slew of major rap figures lined up to record with Drake: of the 19 other acts in our survey, almost half – from Jay-Z to Eminem to T. to Diddy – have released tracks fronted or backed by him. Thanks in large part to all of those appearances, Drake leads, by a comfortable margin, our tally of 's two urban-radio-oriented charts. They are the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, which, under various names (e.g., Hot Soul Singles, Hot Black Singles), has existed for half a century; and Hot Rap Songs, which dates to the end of the 1980s, back when Flavor Flav was still known as a rapper. Drake has visited the penthouse of these two charts more than anyone else during the last three years. You might think that his tendency to sing rather than rap on many of his hits would make him more popular on the R&B chart, but he is actually bigger on Rap Songs: Drake reached Number One four times as a lead artist there, with "Best I Ever Had," "Forever," "Over" and "Fancy"; and five more times as a guest on tracks by Timbaland, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Nicki Minaj and DJ Khaled. On the R&B chart, "Best" went to Number One, and Drake backed up five other records that rang the bell, including jams by Trey Songz and Jamie Foxx. While we're discussing guest recordings, a technical note: Across all of the King of Hip-Hop tallies, we award partial credit to rappers' featured performances. It would be unfair not to – guest verses have been a staple of rap hits since the music's inception, and nowadays tracks without backup are the exception, not the rule. When assigning points for the R&B/Hip-Hop and Rap charts, we gave full credit to a lead performance and one-third credit for a featured performance; the number of guests on rap tracks generally ranges between one and four, and so dividing the points by three seemed like a reasonable average. On both surveys, we awarded points based on each song's peak position and its total weeks charted. We're showing the tallies for the R&B/Hip-Hop and Rap tallies side-by-side, since the results have a lot in common, including an identical top two (Drake and Lil Wayne). But there are some major differences as you get further down. For example, you wouldn't expect gruff Southern rapper Gucci Mane to do so much better on the R&B list, where he places third, than on the Rap tally, where he misses the top 10 entirely. The secret of Gucci's R&B radio success: volume – like Drake, he gets around as a guest star. Gucci has backed up romantic crooners including Omarion, Mario and Jagged Edge, and 17 such appearances have made's R&B/Hip-Hop chart, dwarfing his 10 lead appearances. But most of those guest appearances don't help him much on Billboard's Rap Songs, which is a smaller chart (25 positions) and leaves out a lot of records that make the lower rungs of the 100-position R&B/Hip-Hop list. To make Rap Songs, your hit really has to be booming from cars everywhere – this chart tends to reward big lead performances over guest spots. Gucci's not alone on the skewed lead-to-featured ratio: half of our contenders made more appearances on the R&B/Hip-Hop chart as featured performers than as leads. For some, the ratio is almost even – Nicki Minaj started her career largely as a supporting rapper but is catching up on the lead side, with nine charting singles under her own name versus 10 as a featured performer. (This explains her better performance on the Rap Songs tally, where her big hits as a lead, like "Moment 4 Life" and "Super Bass," help her place third overall.) At the other extreme, promiscuous guest star Lil Wayne has scored only eight lead R&B chart performances since 2009, versus 29 supporting performances during the same span. (One imagines Weezy driving from studio to studio like Michael Mc Donald, ready to drop 32 bars for friends.) Hot 100, including Jennifer Lopez's "On the Floor" featuring Pitbull, Katy Perry's "E. T." featuring Kanye West, and Jay-Z's team-up with Alicia Keys, "Empire State of Mind." (As for that 10th video, "Price Tag" by Jessie J featuring B.o. B., it topped the pop chart in Britain.)Only one of these nine-figure-viewers is a video from a rapper by himself – one who's neither supporting a singer nor being supported by one. That would be Eminem, who goes it alone on his 2010 hit "Not Afraid," the video of which has been watched 257 million times. Perhaps it is appropriate, then, that Eminem leads our You Tube tally – again, as with his albums lead, by a massive margin. Mathers are double those of perpetual runner-up Lil Wayne. Almost half of those views come from just two clips: the aforementioned "Not Afraid," and (of course) "Love the Way You Lie." That Rihanna-supported clip has been watched 360 million times, the most of any lead performance by any of our rappers. That is not the most-watched video any of our contenders appears in, however. Crushing Em and Ri is the video for "Baby" by Justin Bieber featuring Ludacris, which has been viewed an astounding 589 million times, the most of any video in You Tube history. (That view count was as of two weeks ago, when we collected our numbers; as of this writing it's cruising toward 600 million.) As with our R&B/Hip-Hop and Rap Songs tallies, we give one-third credit for supporting performances on You Tube, which helps explain Luda's placement in the top four of this survey. Laugh at Chris Bridges and his squeaky-clean Bieber verse all you want, but most rappers probably envy him. The mere fact that Ludacris is in a King of Hip-Hop survey in 2011, and does respectably on most of our tallies, is a testament to an unflashy but consistently productive career. More than a decade after he presciently titled his debut album , Luda keeps coming back, acting in acclaimed movies, consistently releasing chart-topping albums (during our survey period, not a particularly big one for him, he shifted just under a million discs) and dropping verses for a range of R&B stars. Just since 2009, he's appeared in the R&B Top 10 three times on his own – including the Number 2 hit "My Chick Bad" with fellow contender Nicki Minaj – and three more times backing up singers Ciara, Chris Brown and Le Toya. As for our You Tube tally, back out that Bieber blockbuster and all his other featured credits, and Luda would still have 192 million views, a total big enough to to put him just outside the top 10 by itself. Whether on the big or small screens, people like watching this guy. Lo's "On the Floor" gives him a big boost, as that clip has been viewed more than 300 million times; but his own summer 2011 Hot 100 chart-topper "Give Me Everything" has been watched nearly 75 million times, as well. B., his team-up with Paramore's Hayley Williams on "Airplanes" has been seen 136 million times, followed by his pairing with Bruno Mars on the soul ballad "Nothin' on You," with 80 million viewings – and, as the credited lead performer on both tracks, B.o. While we're focused on the visual, let's turn our attention to the live stage, where our perpetual runner-up takes a commanding lead. In keeping with the You Tube pop theme, the rappers in our survey who lean toward the Top 40 side of the dial do better on this tally than any other, particularly Latin club-rapper Pitbull and pop-rap teamer-upper B.o. Related• The 30 Best Albums of 2010: Eminem's ' Recovery' TOURINGGive Lil Wayne and Jay-Z credit – they have cracked the code when it comes to live hip-hop. Rap has long been a tough sell on the concert stage thanks to skittish promoters, weak stagecraft and indifferent audiences (save for the occasional touring festival like Rock the Bells, rock-oriented rap acts like the Beastie Boys or certain one-off shows by superstars). Only in the last half-decade, as hip-hop enters middle age, have rap tours begun to draw grosses comparable to and competitive with road-warrior rock acts. For the past few years, Lil Wayne has been the biggest draw on the road among rappers, putting together eclectic packages that appeal to the full spectrum of his fan base. Supporting acts have ranged from T-Pain to Keyshia Cole to Gym Class Heroes, making the whole of a Weezy tour greater than the sum of its parts. Wayne's $51 million total gross since 2009 includes dates from his I Am Music tour (which kicked off in 2008, in the wake of 's blockbuster sales) and America's Most Wanted tours, which together played to some 724,000 fans across 68 concerts. Scarcity, perhaps, has also helped – Weezy's incarceration in late 2010 probably made his return to the stage in 2011 hotly anticipated, and a new tour with Rick Ross has been selling briskly. Coming in second on our live tally, Jay-Z offers, in essence, the other model of hip-hop touring success: rapper as self-assured Chairman of the Board (Frank Sinatra allusion fully intended). A decade and a half into his career, Jigga has an enviable catalog of rap classics worthy of a two-hour showcase. And while his shows regularly draw impressive support acts such as Mary J. Blige, Jay has the authority to headline showcases as large as Coachella or Britain's Glastonbury festival on his own. The tour made Jay 2010's top hip-hop concert draw and one of the biggest acts on the road, period. When he does share the spotlight, it's with a fellow superstar. His four shows in 2010 with Eminem, two each in Detroit and New York, reportedly grossed $15 million by themselves. And the forthcoming head-to-head tour by Jay-Z and Kanye West following the release of their joint album promises to be a blockbuster. For our contenders who have served as opening acts, we've apportioned one-fourth credit, which in a couple of cases provides a solid boost. Nicki Minaj has just started headlining gigs on her own, but as an opener for Britney Spears and Lil Wayne she has played for thousands of people. Drake and Rick Ross have also opened for Wayne, and the former's participation in the blockbuster America's Most Wanted jaunt gives him a large lift in our tally (Ross has only started touring with Wayne this summer, so his grosses are smaller). Rookies like Minaj and Drake have made lots of new friends on the road as openers, setting themselves up to headline their own tours. Slim Shady's command of Facebook is particularly eye-popping – nearly 44 million fans have "liked" him there, placing him not only 14 million fans ahead of Lil Wayne but also a couple of million ahead of such pop figures as Rihanna (43 million) and Lady Gaga (42 million). In fact, among actual humans, Em is more "liked" than anyone; across all of Facebook the only things given the thumbs-up more than him are Texas Hold'em Poker and Facebook itself. On Twitter, Eminem's lead among rappers is slimmer – his five million followers top those of his "Roman's Revenge" duet partner Nicki Minaj by only 600,000 or so. And for a public figure and a musician, it must be said his following is strong but not especially remarkable – Gaga and Justin Bieber passed 10 million followers several months ago, and Em is also soundly beaten by such pop starlets as Britney Spears, Katy Perry and Shakira. Perhaps verbally acute rappers are too hemmed in by the limits of a 140-character tweet – a length better suited for the latest thoughts by pop acts servicing their armies of young fans. To become a competitive tweeter, it helps to have a well-defined, larger-than-life persona: Diddy and Snoop, two veteran rappers who have built reputations far beyond their status as MCs, have the third- and fourth-highest numbers of Twitter followers, respectively. The act perhaps best known for spewing pithy thoughts is world-class tweeter Kanye West, who ranks fifth among rappers in Twitter followers (eighth overall in our Social tally). So (in)famous are Ye's shoot-from-the-hip, frequently all-CAPS tweets that whole comedy sketches have revolved around them. It's actually kind of surprising Kanye doesn't rank higher – although it's conceivable that another million or two of former Twitter followers got fed up with his loquaciousness and dropped him. Before Kanye gets insulted and tweets about this, let's give a toast to him by looking at where the critics place him among his peers. Related• The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time: Eminem's ' The Eminem Show' five-star discs – should top our critical acclaim ranking, which combines our ratings with career album ratings by Metacritic. In the history of hip-hop, only West has produced a body of work at this level of all-killer-no-filler acclamation. didn't live long enough to extend his two-album streak of greatness; and even West's mentor Jay-Z has a couple of low-rated discs among his string of classics. Public Enemy followed their years of awesomeness with several late-career duds; the Notorious B. In "Pazz and Jop," the 's "classic" rating upon release, again unprecedented among rap discs. West's high-rated albums have also been top-sellers, but other acts with a more limited commercial presence benefit even more from our critics' tally. Coming in second is a rapper who, with his old group, reached heights of both acclaim and sales few rappers enjoy, but as a solo act is starting virtually from scratch – Out Kast's Antwan "Big Boi" Patton. He's released only one solo album, but it was a gem: 2010's Toward the bottom of this tally, Fabolous has long been more popular on the radio than with critics, while the more pop-leaning rappers, such as B.o. Somewhat more surprising is the placement for Snoop Dogg, who falls third from the bottom. His career average has been hurt by the sheer volume of albums he's released – usually one every year or two, many of them middling in quality. Before we close out, let's look at one last measure of acclaim: awards. Related• The 30 Best Albums of 2010: Kanye West's ' My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy' AWARDSMaybe Jay-Z really is, as he claims, rap's Frank Sinatra – among our contenders he's the biggest award-winner, not unlike Ol' Blue Eyes in the early days of the Grammys. In fact, Jigga has collected a statuette at almost all of the shows we tracked. Our awards ranking totals up the contenders' wins since 2009 at the American Music, Billboard, BET, Grammy, MTV and Soul Train awards. We gave bonus points for nominations at the Grammys and – because of their importance to the hip-hop community, especially after the demise of the Source Awards – BET's two awards shows (BET Music and BET Hip-Hop); we also gave extra credit for Grammy and BET wins. Jay's dominance is largely fueled by his Grammy and BET omnipresence. Even if he hadn't taken home a single statue at these shows, his 16 Grammy nods and 23 BET nods would put him near the top; he earns the title thanks to his seven Grammy and nine BET wins, plus a handful of AMA and MTV wins. No act has been more nominated by the Grammys than Jay-Z since 2009, but Eminem came close, with 13 nods, many in higher-profile categories like Album and Song of the Year – categories that eluded Jigga. At the two BET awards shows, Jay has the most wins but not the most nominations; Drake, with 26, and Lil Wayne, with 25, each saw their names listed more times collectively. Of the smaller awards-givers, the Billboard Awards provide the biggest boost to a single act: 15 wins for Eminem, a sweep fueled by the chart dominance of his 2010 album and singles. Additionally, Shady's three wins at the MTV Video Music Awards are the largest haul at that show by any of our contenders. With his dominant album sales, You Tube views and social-media scores, Eminem takes the title as the current King of Hip-Hop. Unlike our Queen of Pop ranking, which Lady Gaga took in a walk, Marshall Mathers's win was somewhat closer – note the fairly tight point range among our top three. If third-place Drake's commanding lead on the song charts had been even more dominant (which is hard to imagine), he could well have taken the title – a massive upset considering the brevity of his rap career. As it is, Drake's strong finish, more than 200 points above now-veteran Kanye West, is a testament to his current omnipresence. With his second album due later this year, he's got a shot at stealing the title by 2012. Speaking of omnipresence, Lil Wayne takes second place through sheer work ethic, thanks to a constant stream of releases that even prison couldn't slow. His regular appearance in our runner-up slot – he made Number Two in albums, songs, the online rankings and awards – made him the runner-up overall, and his staggering live grosses almost put him over. If we'd done this survey just one year ago and included data from 2008, Weezy would have taken the title, without a doubt. But again, timing is everything: Sure, if we'd done a similar three-year survey of rappers back in 2002 or 2005, Eminem would have won, probably. But as recently as three years ago, Eminem winning a survey like this was unthinkable; his nearly half-decade hiatus from recording made any comeback unlikely, let alone one in which he took back the charts as if he'd never left. In the year to come, Drake is surely the performer to watch. But so are our fourth- and fifth-ranked contenders, who, in a Voltron-like act of power consolidation, may be about to lay waste to our top three. If Kanye's and Jay-Z's is as big a release as expected – not just this week, but deep into the fall, followed by a world-beating tour – next year at this time those two friends and veterans may be yanking the crown off Slim Shady's head. Related• The 100 Greatest Artists of All Time: Eminem• Life on Planet Wayne: Rolling Stone's 2009 Lil Wayne Cover Story• Lil Wayne: A History in Photos• The 30 Best Albums of 2010: Drake's ' Thank Me Later'• Photos: Kanye West's Career Highs - And Lows• The 30 Best Albums of 2010: Kanye West's ' My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy'• The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time: Jay-Z's ' The Blueprint'• The 30 Best Albums of 2010: Rick Ross' ' Teflon Don'• What Does Gucci Mane's Ice Cream Cone Tattoo Mean? • Diddy Brings Nostalgia Back to New York• The Hottest Breakout Stars of 2011: Wiz Khalifa• The 50 Best Songs of 2010: B.o B.

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Kaleo - Way Down We Go | Aerosmith - Crazy | Aerosmith - I Don't Want to Miss a Thing | Aerosmith - Walk This Way | Aerosmith - Cryin' | Pink Floyd - Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Part I-V) | Владимир Высоцкий - Шторм | Passenger - Let Her Go | Но ГГано - Много денег не бывает (QP) | Hammali & Navai - Ты Моя Химия | Imagine Dragons - Whatever It Takes | The Eagles - Hotel California | The Doors - 20th Century Fox | P. Оля Чернышова) (Bonus Track) | Мальбэк - Равнодушие (Feat. - Youth Of The Nation | AC/DC - Highway to Hell | Aerosmith - Don't Want to Miss a Thing | Skillet - Monster | Дидюля - Путь Домой | Rey Salinero - Realm Of Manifestation | Владимир Сорокин - Возвращаюся С Работы | Kevin Whalum, Maysa - There's Nothing Better Than Love | Но ГГано - Не путай | Ярма К - Твої Сни (feat. Diese Diskografie ist eine Übersicht über die musikalischen Werke des US-amerikanischen Rappers und Musikproduzenten Dr. Er veröffentlichte bislang drei Studioalben, einen Soundtrack, sechs Kompilationen und 39 Singles. Deep Cover • Nuthin’ but a 'G' Thang • Fuck wit Dre Day • Let Me Ride • Natural Born Killaz • Keep Their Heads Ringin' • Been There, Done That • Zoom • Still D.

One two three and to the four snoop doggy dogg and Dr. Dre is at the door ready to make an entrance so back on up (dre)cause you know we bout to rip shit up. (snoop) Give me the microphone first so i can bust like a bubble compton and long beach togetha now you know you in trouble aint nuthin but a G than baby, two loced out niggaz goin crazy, death row is the label that pays me unfadeable so please don't try to fade this (dre) hell yeah but a back to the lecture at hand perfection is perfected so I'ma let em understand from young G's perspective and before me dig on a bitch I have to find a contreceptive you neva know she could be earn'n her man and learn'n her man and at the same time burn'n her man now you know i aint with that shit liutenant aint no pussy good enough to get burnt while i'm up in it (Yeah) and thats realer than real deal holyfield and now you hookaz and hoes know how i feel well if it's good enough to give her off a proper chunk i take a small piece of some of that funky stuff. It's like this and like that and like this and uh It's like that and like this and like that and uh It's like this and like that and like this and uh Dre creep to the mic like a phantom Well im peep'n and i'm creep'n and i'm creep-in but i damn near got caught cause my beeper kept beep'n now it's time for me to make my impression felt so sit back relax and strap on your seat belt you never been on a ride like this befo with a producer who can rap and control the mistro at the same time with the dope rhyme that i kick, you know and i know i flow some old funky shit to add to my collection the selection symbolizes dope take a toke but don't choke if you do you have no clue about what me and my homie snoop dogg came to do It's like this and like that and like this and uh It's like that and like this and like that and uh it's like this then who gives a fuck about those so just chill to the next episode Fallin back on that ass with a hellafied gangsta lean gettin funky on the mic like an old batch of collard greens its the capital S oh yes i'm fresh N double O P D-O double G why D-O double G ya see showin much flex when it's time to wreck a mic pimp'n hoes and clock'n a grip like my name was Dolomite yeah and it don't quit i think they in the mood for some mutha fuckin G shit (dre)hell yeah (snoop)so Dre (dre)what up dogg (snoop)gotta give them what want (dre)whats that G (snoop)gotta break em off somethin (dre)hell yeah (snoop)and it's gotta be bumpin city of compton This is where it take place so un-ass attention mobbin like a mutha fucka but i aint lynchin droppin the funky shit thats makin the sucka niggaz mumble when i'm on the mic it's like a cookie they all crumble try to get close and your ass will get smacked my mutha fuckin homie doggy dogg has got my back never let me slip cause if i slip then i'm slipp'n but if i got my nina then you know i'm straight trippin and i'ma continue to put the rap down put the mack down and if you bitches talk shit i have to put the smack down yeah and ya don't stop i told you i'm just like a clock when i tick and i tock but i'm never off always on till the break of dawn C-O-M-P-T-O-N and the city they call Long beach puttin that shit togetha like my nigga D. ›› Rolling Stone Albums Of The Decade ('00-'09) ›› Rolling Stone Songs Of The Decade ('00-'09) ›› Rolling Stone Readers 100 Best Albums 2002 ›› The Essential Recordings Of The ‘90s ›› Rolling Stone 5 Star Reviews (1979 Edition) ›› Rolling Stone 5 Star Reviews (1983 Edition) ›› Rolling Stone 5 Star Reviews (1992 Edition) ›› Rolling Stone 5 Star Reviews (2004 Edition) ›› Top 100 Albums - 1997 ›› The 100 Best Albums Of The 1980’s ›› Fifty Essential Recordings From The Fifties (1990) ›› 100 Best Singles From Last 25 Years (1964 To 1989) ›› Top 100 Albums From 1967 - '87 ›› Rolling Stone 200: The Essential Rock Collection (1997) ›› 100 Greatest Guitar Songs Of All Time (2008) ›› Rolling Stone’s 100 Greatest Pop Songs ›› Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums - 2003 ›› Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums - 2012 ›› The Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs Of All Time - 2004 ›› The Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs Of All Time - 2010 The 50's Era • Chuck Berry - The Great Twenty-Eight • Ruth Brown - Rockin' In Rhythm: The Best of Ruth Brown • Johnny Cash - The Sun Years • Ray Charles - The Birth of Soul • Ray Charles - Modern Sounds In Country & Western Music • Bo Diddley - Bo Diddley/Go Bo Diddley • Fats Domino - My Blue Heaven - The Best of Fats Domino • The Everly Brothers - Cadence Classics (Their 20 Greatest Hits) • Buddy Holly - 20 Golden Greats • Jerry Lee Lewis - The Jerry Lee Lewis Anthology: All Killer No Filler! 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(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction - The Rolling Stones 3. The Tracks Of My Tears - Smokey Robinson and the Miracles 47. You Are The Sunshine Of My Life - Stevie Wonder 60. Hot Fun In The Summertime - Sly and the Family Stone 76. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - The Beatles 2. Velvet Underground and Nico - The Velvet Underground 14. The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars - David Bowie 36. Never Mind the Bollocks - Here's the Sex Pistols - The Sex Pistols 42. It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back - Public Enemy 49. Electric Ladyland - The Jimi Hendrix Experience 55. Bridge Over Troubled Waters - Simon and Garfunkel 52. The Birth of Soul: The Complete Atlantic Rhythm and Blues Recordings - 1952 - 1959 - Ray Charles 54. Trout Mask Replica - Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band 59. Phil Spector - Back to Mono (1958 - 1969) - Various Artists 65. I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You - Aretha Franklin 84. Axis: Bold as Love - The Jimi Hendrix Experience 83. There's a Riot Goin' On - Sly and the Family Stone 100. Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music - Ray Charles 105. Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs - Derek and the Dominos 116. The Harder They Come Original Soundtrack - Various Artists 120. If You Can Believe Your Eyes and Ears - The Mamas and the Papas 128. The Wild - the Innocent and the E Street Shuffle - Bruce Springsteen 133. Saturday Night Fever Original Soundtrack - Various Artists 132. Phil Spector - A Christmas Gift for You - Various Artists 143. Dreams to Remember: The Otis Redding Anthology - Otis Redding 148. Darkness on the Edge of Town - Bruce Springsteen 152. Moanin' in the Moonlight - Howlin' Wolf 154. Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy - Elton John 159. One Nation Under a Groove - Parliament/Funkadelic 178. The Anthology 1961 - 1977 - Curtis Mayfield and the Impressions 180. Buffalo Springfield Again - Buffalo Springfield 189. The Gilded Palace of Sin - The Flying Burrito Brothers 193. Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era 1965 - 1968 - Various Artists 197. Parsley - Sage - Rosemary and Thyme - Simon and Garfunkel 202. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere - Neil Young With Crazy Horse 209. Proud Mary: The Best of Ike and Tina Turner - Ike and Tina Turner 213. The Jerry Lee Lewis Anthology: All Killer No Filler! The Otis Redding Dictionary of Soul - Otis Redding 252. The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society - The Kinks 256. Buena Vista Social Club - Buena Vista Social Club 261. Crosby Stills and Nash - Crosby Stills and Nash 260. Cosmo's Factory - Creedence Clearwater Revival 266. Child Is Father to the Man - Blood - Sweat and Tears 265. Going to a Go-Go - Smokey Robinson and the Miracles 272. Anthology of American Folk Music - Harry Smith - ed. White Light / White Heat - The Velvet Underground 293. We're Only In It For the Money - The Mothers of Invention 297. Car Wheels on a Gravel Road - Lucinda Williams 305. The Velvet Underground - The Velvet Underground 315. Damn the Torpedoes - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers 314. The Very Best of Linda Ronstadt - Linda Ronstadt 325. Shoot Out the Lights - Richard and Linda Thompson 334. Cheap Thrills - Big Brother and the Holding Company 339. Rust Never Sleeps - Neil Young and Crazy Horse 351. Having a Rave Up With the Yardbirds - The Yardbirds 354. Rage Against the Machine - Rage Against the Machine 369. The Ultimate Collection (1948 - 1990) - John Lee Hooker 376. Greetings from Asbury Park - Bruce Springsteen 380. More Songs About Buildings and Food - Talking Heads 383. Willy and the Poor Boys - Creedence Clearwater Revival 393. (Pronounced Leh-Nerd Skin-Nerd) - Lynyrd Skynyrd 402. I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got - Sinead O' Connor 407. The Best of the Girl Groups - Volumes 1 and 2 - Various Artists 423. The "Chirping" Crickets - Buddy Holly and the Crickets 422. Presenting the Fabulous Ronettes Featuring Veronica - The Ronettes 428. The Battle of Los Angeles - Rage Against the Machine 427. Live at the Harlem Square Club - 1963 - Sam Cooke 444. Getz/Gilberto - Stan Getz and Joao Gilberto Featuring Antonio Carlos Jobim 455. The Paul Butterfield Blues Band - The Paul Butterfield Blues Band 477. I Want to See the Bright Lights Tonight - Richard and Linda Thompson 480. Armed Forces - Elvis Costello and the Attractions 483. Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness - The Smashing Pumpkins 488. That's the Way of the World - Earth - Wind and Fire 494. One irritation is the inclusion compilation albums that are normally excluded from most other lists of this type. Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band - The Beatles 2. However as you get down below 300 a few interesting inclusions. The result is a predictable list of the usual suspects in a roughly predictable order. Touch - Eurythmics The list is a compilation of the two previous lists - 2003 & 2009 plus a further panel of experts to submitted lists of their favourite albums of the 2000's. The Velvet Underground And Nico - The Velvet Underground 14. Are You Experienced - The Jimi Hendrix Experience 16. At The Fillmore East - The All An Brothers Band 50. Bridge Over Troubled Water - Simon And Garfunkel 52. Electric Ladyland - The Jimi Hendrix Experience 56. It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back - Public Enemy 49. The Birth Of Soul: The Complete Atlantic Recordings - Ray Charles 55. Trout Mask Replica - Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band 61. I Never Loved A Man The Way I Love You - Aretha Franklin 85. There's A Riot Goin' On - Sly And The Family Stone 100. Modern Sounds In Country And Western Music - Ray Charles 106. If You Can Believe Your Eyes And Ears - The Mamas And The Papas 113. Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs - Derek And The Dominos 118. The Jails The Innocent And The E Street Shuffle - Bruce Springsteen 134. Darkness On The Edge Of Town - Bruce Springsteen 151. Moaning' In The Moonlight - Howlin' Wolf 155. Captain Fantastic And The Dirt Brown Cowboy - Elton John 159. The Anthology - 1961-1977 - Curtis Mayfield And The Impressions 179. Buffalo Springfield Again - Buffalo Springfield 189. The Gilded Plaice Of Sin - The Flying Burrito Brothers 193. Blues Breakers - John Mayall With Eric Clapton 196. Parsley Sage Rosemary And Thyme - Simon And Garfunkel 203. Proud Mary: The Best Of I've And Tina Turner - Ike And Tina Turner 215. Freak Out - Frank Zappa And The Mothers Of Invention 247. The Shape Of Jazz To Come - Ornette The Coleman 249. The Village Green Preservation Society - The Kinks 259. Crosby- Stills And Nash - Crosby- Stills And Nash 263. Child Is The Farther To The Man - Blood- Sweat And Tears 267. Going To A Go-Go - Smokey Robinson And The Miracles 274. White Light/White Heat - The Velvet Underground 294. We're Only In It For The Money - Frank Zappa And The Mothers Of Invention 298. Willie And The Poor Boys - Creedence Clearwater Revival 310. The Velvet Underground - The Velvet Underground 317. Damn The Torpedoes - Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers 316. Shoot Out The Lights - Richard And Linda Thompson 333. Cheap Thrills - Big Brother And The Holding Company 339. Roger The Engineer (Aka Over Under Sideways Down) - The Yardbirds 351. My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy - Kanye West 354. Having A Rave Up With The Yardbirds - The Yardbirds 356. Rage Against The Machine - Rage Against The Machine 366. Whatever People Say I Am- That's What I'm Not - Arctic Monkeys 372. More Songs About Buildings And Food - Talking Heads 384. The Indestructible Beat Of Soweto - Various Artists 389. Pronounced Leh-Nerd Skin-Nerd - Lanyard Skynyrd 404. I Do Not What What I Haven't Got - Sinead O' Conner 409. Pretending The Fabulous Rosettes - The Ronnets 423. The Best Of The Girl Groups Volumes 1 & 2 - Various Artists 422. The "Chirping" Crickets - Buddy Holly And The Crickets 421. Stories From The City- Stories From The Sea - Pj Harvey 432. Live At The Harlem Square Club 1963 - Sam Cooke 440. The Paul Butterfield Blues Band - The Paul Butterfield Blues Band 469. I Want To See The Bright Lights Tonight - Richard And Linda Thompson 472. Armed Forces - Elvis Costello And The Attractions 476. That's The Way Of The World - Earth Wind And Fire 487. The Flaming Lips - Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots 28 . PJ Harvey - Stories From The City, Stories From The Sea 36 . Arctic Monkeys - Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not 42 . Bright Eyes - I'm Wide Awake It's Morning 51 . Bright Eyes - Lifted Or The Story Is In The Soil, Keep Your Eart To The Ground 72 . Yo La Tengo - And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside Out 78 . Randy Newman — A Few Words in Defense of Our Country 29 . Kylie Minogue — Can't Get You Out of My Head 46 . Arctic Monkeys — I Bet You Look Good on the Dance Floor 71 . Robert Plant and Alison Krauss — Gone Gone Gone 80 . LCD Soundsystem — Daft Punk is Playing at My House 79 .

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, made him an overnight sensation and got as much attention from the media as he did from Moral Guardians who were practically having heart attacks at the idea of this guy possibly controlling the innocent youth through his rhymes. If is his inner psyche on the hardest alcohol you can imagine. This album took all of the demented insanity of its predecessor and cranked it Up to 11, while mishmashing it with a personal and introspective account of Em's reaction and coping with his sudden, newfound fame. Darker fantasies, more disturbing parts of his childhood, and more venomous responses to critics were all implemented on the album. The album was released to even more critical and commercial success than , with critics hailing it to this day as one of the greatest and most important albums of all time, let alone in the hip-hop genre. It gave Em his second consecutive Grammy Award win for Best Rap Album as well as a nomination for Album of the Year. It also sold more than 1.76 million copies in America in , solidifying it as the fastest-selling studio album by any American solo artist in history. The album later went on to be certified Diamond in 2011 for selling 10 million copies in America, and it went on to sell a grand total of 32 million copies around the world (by 2012). It is 's 244th greatest album of all time, and was included in Time Magazine's 2006 list of 100 timeless and essential albums. Keeping with tradition, the album garnered even more controversy than its predecessor with its Darker and Edgier approach to Em's life. Many people, including Dick Cheney's wife, of all people, were up in arms about Em's lyrics. This caused a significant amount of protesting and debating, which only seemed to propel the album's fame further. Shady, Aftermath, There she goes, shaking that ass on the floor Bumpin and grindin' that pole The way she’s grindin that pole I think I’m losing control Get buzzed, get drunk, get crunked, get f*****cked up Hit the strip club don’t forget ones get your d**k rubbed Get f*cked, get sucked, get wasted, sh*t faceted Pasted, blasted, puke drink up, get a new drink Hit the bathroom sink, throwup Wipe your shoe clean, got a routine Goin’still got a few chunks on them shoestring showin I was dehydrated till the beat vibrated I was revibed as soon as this b*t*h gyrated Them hips and licked them lips and that was it I had to get Nate Dogg here to sing some shit Two to the one from the one to the three I like good pussy and I like good trees Smoke so much weed you wouldn’t believe And I get more ass than a toilet seat Three to the one from the one to the three I met a bad bitch last night in the D Let me tell you how I made her leave with me Conversation and Hennessey I’ve been to the muthafuckin mountain top Heard muthafuckers talk, seen 'em drop If I ain’t got a weapon I’ma pick up a rock And when I bust yo' ass I’m gon' continue to rock Getcha ass off the wall with your two left feet It’s real easy just follow the beat Don’t let that fine girl pass you by Look real close cause strobe lights lie We bout to have a party (turn the music up) Let’s get it started (Go 'head shake your butt) I’m lookin for a girl with a body and a sexy strut Wanna get it poppin baby step right up Some girls they act retarded Some girls are bout it bout it I’m lookin for a girl that will do whatever the fuck I say everday she be givin it up Now, Shake that ass for me, shake that ass for me Come on girl, shake that ass for me, shake that ass for me awww girl, shake that ass for me, shake that ass for me Come on girl, shake that ass for me, shake that ass for me I’m a menace, a dentist, an oral hygentist Open your mouth for about four or five minutes Take a little bit of this fluoride rinise' Swish but don’t spit it, swallow and I’ll finish Yeah me and Nate d-o double g Looking for a couple bitches with some double d’s Pop a little champagne and a couple E’s Slip it in her bubbuly, we finna gunna have a party Have a party (turn the music up) Let’s get it started (Go head shake your butt) I’m lookin for a girl I can fuck in my hummer truck Apple Bottom jeans and a big ol slut Some girls they act retarded Some girls are bout it bout it I want a bitch that sit at the crib with no panties on Knows that she can but she won’t say no Now look at this lady all in front of me, sexy as can be Tonight I want a SLUT, would you be mine? I heard you was freaky from a friend of mine Now I hope you don’t get mad at me But I told Nate you was a freak He said he wants a SLUT, hope you don’t mind I told him how you like it from behind Shake that ass for me, shake that ass for me Cmon girl, shake that ass for me, shake that ass for me Ohh girl, shake that ass for me, shake that ass for me Cmon girl, shake that ass for me, shake that ass for me We bout' to have a party (turn the music up) Let’s get it started (go ahead shake your butt) I’m lookin for a girl with a body and a sexy strut Wanna get it poppin baby step right up Some girls they act retarded Some girls are bout it bout it I’m lookin for a girl that will do whatever the fuck I say everday she be givin it up There she goes, shaking that ass on the floor Bumpin and grindin that pole The way she’s grindin that pole I think I’m losing control God, I ain’t leavin' without you bitch Coming Home With Me And my boy, and his boy, and his boy, and his girl Haha, Nate Dogg!

EMINEM THE MARSHALL MATHERS Will the real Slim Shady please stand up? On Eminem's sophomore album, he can't decide who he wants to be: the deranged pseudo-psycho of the Slim Shady LP, or a nice guy who just likes to rhyme about slicing and dicing his girlfriend ("Kim"). He refuses to take responsibility for the misogynistic, homophobic bile he spews, whining that he's the victim of people who don't get his unique sense of humor. It's good old America's fault if the kids aren't alright (Eminem blames bad parenting), and he's just capitalizing on Uncle Sam's dark side. On the Marshall Mathers LP, he's ambivalent about his fame, angry at his life, pissed off that people take him seriously, and fightin' mad at boy bands--and a lot of other white people. But the blue-eyed brat is acutely aware of his status as rap's resident alien: he has the most offensive mouth running, but never uses the "N" word. He gives lyrical love to tragic (black) legends like Tupac and Biggie while dissing white rappers hard. Even sitting duck Puffy gets the kid-gloves treatment. Of course, Eminem is an interesting, witty rapper, and there's some nice production on this CD, courtesy of Dr. But the hatred in Eminem's rhymes makes the album rotten at its core. And his protests that Slim Shady is just a persona become less convincing with each arrest. Then again, Eminem's got it hard: he's rich, famous, white, and male. (performer: "I Need a Doctor", "Love the Way You Lie') / (performer: "Lighters", "Fast Lane" - as Bad Meets Evil) / (writer: "Lighters", "I Need a Doctor", "Fast Lane") - Lighters (2011) ... (performer: "Lighters", "Fast Lane" - as Bad Meets Evil) / (performer: "Without Me", "The Real Slim Shady", "The Way I Am", "Role Model", "Just Lose It", "We Made You", "Not Afraid", "Writer's Block", "I Need a Doctor") / (writer: "Lighters", "Without Me", "The Real Slim Shady", "The Way I Am", "Role Model", "Just Lose It", "We Made You", "Not Afraid", "Writer's Block", "Fast Lane", "I Need a Doctor") - Eminem and the Punisher #1 (2011) ... (performer: "Guilty Conscience", "Like Toy Soldiers", "Role Model", "White America") / (writer: "Guilty Conscience", "Like Toy Soldiers", "Role Model", "White America") Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap (Documentary) (performer: "Lose Yourself", "Bad Guys Always Die", "The Real Slim Shady", "Forgot About Dre", "What's The Difference") / (writer: "Lose Yourself", "Bad Guys Always Die", "The Real Slim Shady", "Forgot About Dre", "What's The Difference" - as Marshall Mathers) Eminem: Live from New York City (TV Movie documentary) (performer: "Evil Deeds", "Mosh", "Business", "Rain Man", "Ass Like That", "Puke", "Kill You", "Like Toy Soldiers", "Lodi Dodi", "Just A Friend", "Nuthin But A G Thing", "My Name Is", "Git Up", "How Come", "Rock Star" (Bizarre), "40oz", "My Band", "Stan", "The Way I Am", "Just Don't Give A F**k", "Got Some Teeth", "Stay 'Bout It", "The Set Up", "Like Dat", "Cleaning Out My Closet", "Mockingbird", "Just Lose It", "Lose Yourself") It was an honour to hear the words out of Dre's mouth that he liked my shit. Growing up, I was one of the biggest fans of NWA, from putting on the sunglasses and looking in the mirror and lipsinking, to wanting to be Dr.