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The 30 Best Underground Hip-Hop Albums:
Atmosphere, Madvillain, Cunninlynguists, MF Doom, Binary Star, Jedi Mind Tricks, Brother Ali, Dilated Peoples, Aesop Rock, Non-Prophets, Soul Position, J-live, Leak Bros, Viktor Villain, Blackalicious, Edan, People Under The Stairs, Souls of Mischief, Blu & Exile, Hieroglyphics, Dr. Octagon, Jaylib, Typical Cats, El-P, Little Brother, Black Star, Deltron 3030, Company Flow, Cannibal Ox

In honor of seeing People Under the Stairs tonight in DC, here are some of the best Hip-Hop albums of all time. View Larger

zoop3r:

The 30 Best Underground Hip-Hop Albums:

Atmosphere, Madvillain, Cunninlynguists, MF Doom, Binary Star, Jedi Mind Tricks, Brother Ali, Dilated Peoples, Aesop Rock, Non-Prophets, Soul Position, J-live, Leak Bros, Viktor Villain, Blackalicious, Edan, People Under The Stairs, Souls of Mischief, Blu & Exile, Hieroglyphics, Dr. Octagon, Jaylib, Typical Cats, El-P, Little Brother, Black Star, Deltron 3030, Company Flow, Cannibal Ox

In honor of seeing People Under the Stairs tonight in DC, here are some of the best Hip-Hop albums of all time.


Galcher Lustwerk’s “Put On.” The crisp claps, fuzzy chords and subdued rapping work in perfect harmony here. And while lyrics like “everybody doin’ thangs they only did alone” may hint at sinister behavior found in the dark corners of dance clubs, it also celebrates the liberation that comes with sharing your secrets.