[The Tens] 10 Greatest Collaborative Hip Hop Albums Of All Time
With “Watch The Throne” being branded as a possible classic, TWV takes a look back of some of the best collaborative albums in hip-hop. Can Jay and ‘Ye beat out these projects?
We’ve got a few rules though: The collaboration would have to happen with two established artists who have released solo albums in the past (which means Talib Kweli & Mos Def , Public Enemy, Reflection Eternal, OutKast, Blu & Exile can’t make the list due to this criteria). A producer who handles all of the production for a single artist also counts as a collaborative effort. The TWV staff fought tooth and nail over some of these, while a few others barely missed making the list (you can vote on which one most deserves to be on this list below). So, without further adieu (and in no particular order)….