"B***h! Stop talkin' that s*** and suck a n**** d*** for some Trukfit." Now where were you members of Al Bundy’s No Ma’am women haters
The years 2017 and 2018 have been dubbed the reboot of the 90s. From television shows to fashion, but Hip-Hop beef? Yes, Hip-Hop beef. And no, I don’t mean that crap you yougins are used to. You new wave fans are used to Rap beef being who has the funniest meme or who went the hardest on Instagram. But thanks to Terrance Hatch aka Pusha T, the Summer is turning into 1995. Somebody please pass me my Cross Color hoodie.
“Racism’s still alive, they just be concealin’ it. But I know they don’t want me in the damn club. They even make me show I.D to get inside of Sam’s club.”
Here lies the élan vital of the one and only Kanye Omari West. He leaves behind not only three biological children but millions of offspring who dictated his every move. Ever since his girl’s friend looked like a light skin Michael Jackson, he had hearts. It has saddened us that he left us so soon but we must remember to still come up in the spot looking extra fly. Because before the day we die, we got to touch the sky.
Hey Friend!! Just because I’m not around doesn’t mean I’m not listening. 2017 is coming to a close and like 2016, we cannot wait for this year to be over. 2017 had it’s ups and downs like any other year. But on a lighter note, on behalf of The Illixer and The Illuminati Roundtable, here are the top ten Hip-Hop and R&B albums of the year. And remember, this is just our opinions. So don’t get butt-hurt. Hit us up on what your top ten LPs are for the year.
Top 10 Hip-Hop Albums of 2017:
Damn. – Kendrick Lamar
4:44 – Jay-Z
SYRE – Jaden Smith
Win & Losses – Meek Mill
All-Amerikkkan Bad A$$ – Joey Badass
At What Cost – Goldlink
Flower Boy – Tyler The Creator
Still Striving – A$AP Ferg
Pretty Girls Like Trap Music – 2 Chainz
I Still Am – Yo Gotti