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Who has more or as many "Back-to-Back" classics as Ice Cube?

the best 1the best 1 Posts: 704 ✭✭✭✭
edited May 2011 in The Reason
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Ice Cube has dropped or been a part of these classic records... "Back-to-Back-to-Back...".

1.Straight outta Compton 1988 - NWA group member... CLASSIC!

2.Amerikkka's Most Wanted 1990 - solo... CLASSIC!

3.Kill AT Will 1990 - solo... This EP included the classic songs... "Jacking for Beats", "The Product" and "Dead Homies". Those three song right there were better than other niggas whole albums. lol

4.Death Certificate 1991- solo... which contains "No Vaseline" the best diss record ever IMO.... CLASSIC!

And if you really want to get picky with this shit... he helped write Eazy E's first album "Eazy Duz it"-1988... which is another Classic Album. That makes it what... 5 releases "Back-to-Back-to-Back-to-Back...." that he helped write or released as a solo artist. DAMN!!!!

I can't think of any other rap artist who has dropped this much Dope shit... "Back-to-Back-to-Back...".

So... can yall think of any other rap artist who has dropped this many classics...one after another with no wack shit in between???

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  • OFWGKTAOFWGKTA Posts: 1,202 ✭✭
    edited May 2011
    50 had get rich or die trying and the massacre
    em at the slim shady lp and the marshall mathers lp
  • Zig Zag ZiggaZig Zag Zigga Posts: 417
    edited May 2011
    Wu as a group

    Enter the Wu: 36 Chambers
    Tical - Meth
    Return to the 36 Chambers - ODB
    Only Built 4 Cuban Linx - Raekwon
    Liquid Swords - GZA
    Ironman - Ghostface Killah
    Wu-Tang Forever

    Before you say these were individual albums not group. RZA has said they treated these early albums as group albums with heavy features from all members and of course RZA on the production

    Not even counting the Wu affiliate albums from Killarmy, Sunz of Man, La The Darkman, Cappadonna, Wu-Syndicate, Gravediggaz, Killah Priest
  • the best 1the best 1 Posts: 704 ✭✭✭✭
    edited May 2011
    I'm talking about "one person" from a group... Your comparing one dude..."Ice Cube"... to a whole group. lol

    Pick one guy from WU and compare their solo releases to Cube's.
  • Zig Zag ZiggaZig Zag Zigga Posts: 417
    edited May 2011
    the best 1 wrote: »
    I'm talking about "one person" from a group... Your comparing one dude..."Ice Cube"... to a whole group. lol

    Pick one guy from WU and compare their solo releases to Cube's.

    Hence where I said "Wu as a group"

    Ghostface

    36 Chambers
    Ironman
    Wu Tang Forever
    Supreme Clientele


    I could also put ghost in as Only Built 4 Cuban Linx since he was featured on almost every song and was on the cover

    But I still don't see how we can put group albums and call them one specific person's "classic." Like I said 36 Chambers and wu forever and you put Straight Outta Compton
  • snapsnap Posts: 298
    edited May 2011
    Scarface:

    Mr. Scarface is Back
    The World is Yours
    The Diary
    The Untouchable


    Redman:

    Whut Thee Album?!
    Dare Iz A Darkside
    Muddy Waters
    Doc's Da Name

    UGK:

    Too Hard to Swallow
    Super Tight
    Ridin' Dirty
    Dirty Money
  • bufubufu Posts: 71
    edited May 2011
    tribe:
    people's instinctive travels
    low end theory
    midnight marauders
  • snapsnap Posts: 298
    edited May 2011
    OutKast:

    Southernplayasticadilliacfunkymuzik
    ATLiens
    Aquemini
    Stankonia
    Speakerboxx/The Love Below


    EPMD:

    Strictly Business
    Unfinished Business
    Business As Usual
    Business Never Personal
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