Today, Rolling Stone revealed the top 50 Albums of the year.
This was a big year for the hip-hop industry. That is why we’ve decided to list every hip-hop artist that made the list:
Here are all the rap albums and their positions on Rolling Stone’s Top 50 list.
With the 4th, and the highest, position in the full list, we have Tyler, The Creator’s “Call Me If You Get Lost”
No. 6 “Montero” by Lil Nas X
No. 9 “El Madrileño” by the Spanish rapper, C. Tangana
No.11 “Whole Lotta Red” by Playboi Carti
No.14 “Hall Of Fame”– Polo G
No. 21 “Planet Her”– Doja Cat
No.29 “Punk” by Young Thug
No.31 “Sound Ancestors” by Madlib
No.35 “An Evening With Silk Sonic”-Bruno Mars featuring Anderson .Paak and Silk Sonic
No.36 “Sometimes I Might Be Introvert” by British-Nigerian rapper, Little Simz
No.37 “Shiesty Season” by Pooh Shiesty, the 22-year-old Memphis rapper
No.43 “Lyke Mike” by Puerto Rican rapper, Myke Towers
No.45 “Bo Jackson”– Boldy James and the Alchemist
And last but certainly not the least, Drake takes the 48th place by his latest album,“Certified Lover Boy”
We have no idea why Drake is so low on the list but this is how the “Rolling Stone” writers explained his positioning:
“Is it Drake’s best album? Well, no.”-reads the article.
You can see the full list HERE