Re: Hip Hop Discussion Thread
GRODT may have been the last real inescapable hip hop album. Leaks, spotify, pandora, etc. have all kinda killed that and everyone is kind've in their own little world when it comes to listening to music. You don't get those universal albums anymore that everyone is playing.
But that album was everywhere, and 50 was already a superstar by the time it even came out, just off of Wanksta and In Da Club and the insane pre-album hype. Comparable to Doggystyle when it came out as far as the hype, how everybody knew basically every song on the album, and how you'd hear it everywhere.
I don't love the album, but I don't think it's "terrible" as some are saying either.