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2013 Top Ten Hip-Hop Albums

December 17, 2013
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14_music_tate-kobang-hitler-hardaway1. Chance the Rapper, Acid Rap (self-released)
2. 2 Chainz, B.O.A.T.S. II #METIME (Def Jam)
3. Kevin Gates, Stranger Than Fiction (Atlantic)
4. Kanye West, Yeezus (Def Jam)
5. Juicy J, Stay Trippy (Taylor Gang/Kemosabe/Columbia)
6. Prodigy and the Alchemist, Albert Einstein (Infamous Records)
7. DJ Mustard, Ketchup (self-released)
8. Meek Mill, Dreamchasers 3 (self-released)
9. Audio Push, Come as You Are (self-released)
10. Yo Gotti, I Am (Epic)

Issue 51: City Paper’s 2013 Top Ten Lists

Top Ten News Stories | Top Ten Films
Top Ten Home Videos and Streaming | Top Ten Highest-Grossing Films at the Charles Theatre
Top Ten Fiction | Top Ten Non-fiction
Top Ten Sellers at Atomic Books | Top Ten Sellers at The Ivy Bookshop
Top Ten Albums | Top Ten Local Albums
Top Ten Indie-Rock Releases | Top Ten Local Indie-Rock Releases
Top Ten Hip-Hop Albums | Top Ten Local Hip-Hop Albums
Top Ten Dance Tracks | Top Ten Baltimore Club Tracks
Top Ten Jazz Albums | Top Ten Local Jazz Albums
Top Ten Heavy Albums | Top Ten Local Heavy Albums
Top Ten Experimental and Avant-Garde Albums | Top Ten local Experimental and Avant-Garde Albums
Top Ten Folk and Country Releases | Top Ten Local Folk and Country Releases
Top Ten Stage | Top Ten Art Shows | Top Ten New Restaurants