36 Best Hip Hop Mixtapes Of All Time

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Rick Ross’ Rich Forever

Ross released this street masterpiece January 6, 2012 and to this day many say it was much better than most major releases that year. As a Ross fan, many consider this mixtape to be Rozay’s best project of his career. It was rumored Rick Ross wasn’t happy with Def Jam, and instead of turning it in to his record label, he dropped it for free for his fans. Maybach Music…sweeeet!

JadaKiss’ The Champ is Here

JadaKiss released the first installment of his The Champ Is Here tapes in 2004, and it was nothing but a lyrical exercise for Jada. The rapper lived up to his top 5 dead or alive claims with his punchline display on this project. The Champ is Here served as the perfect warm-up for Kiss of Death.

Juelz Santana’s God Will’N

In January 2013, Juelz released his first body of work God Will’N. The project was his first drop since his last solo release, which came out back in 2005. On God Will’N, Santana recruited hip hop’s top dogs and proved he can hold his own just fine without his Diplomat brothers.