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Notable Hip-Hop Albums of 2019

Here are my picks for noteworthy rap albums of 2019, taken from the vantage point of now. Artists are listed in alphabetical order.

  • 2 Chainz – Rap or Go to the League
  • Billy Woods – Terror Management
  • Billy Woods & Kenny Segal – Hiding Places
  • Blu & Oh No – A Long Red Hot Los Angeles
  • Brother Ali – Secrets & Escapes
  • Czardust – The Ra(w) Material
  • DaBaby – Baby on Baby
  • DaBaby – Kirk
  • Danny Brown – Uknowwhatimsayin?
  • Denzel Curry – Zuu
  • Doja Cat – Hot Pink
  • Earl Sweatshirt – Feet of Clay
  • Freddie Gibbs & Madlib – Bandana
  • Future – Future Hndrxxx presents: The WIZRD
  • GoldLink – Diaspora
  • Griselda – WWCD
  • Gunna – Drip or Drown 2
  • Injury Reserve – Injury Reserve
  • JPEGMAFIA – All My Heroes are Cornballs
  • Kevin Gates – I’m Him
  • Kool Keith – KEITH
  • Little Brother – May the Lord Watch
  • Mach-Hommy – Wap Konn Jój!
  • Megan Thee Stallion – Fever
  • Offset – Father of 4
  • Pete Rock – Return of the SP1200
  • Pivot Gang – You Can’t Sit with Us
  • Polo G – Die a Legend
  • Quelle Chris – Guns
  • Rapsody – Eve
  • Rico Nasty – Anger Management
  • S.AL – Strata
  • Sada Baby – Bartier Bounty
  • Smoke DZA & Benny the Butcher – Statute of Limitations
  • Tree & Parallel Thought – The Wild End
  • Tyler, the Creator – IGOR
  • Westside Gunn – Flygod Is an Awesome God
  • YBN Cordae – The Lost Boy
  • Young M.A – Herstory in the Making
  • Young Thug – So Much Fun

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