The 50 Worst Rap Album Fails

35. Master P, Only God Can Judge Me (1999)

Label: No Limit Records
Worst Song: "Ghetto In The Sky"


OUT OF STEPLAZY LYRICSBAD BEATS

A year after "retiring" from the rap game in the wake of his 1998 album MP Da Lost Don—the most commercially successful album of his career—P decided to make a comeback. Which would have been all well and good if he hadn't decided to switch up his whole style in the process. Rather than assume the grimy gangster persona that had made him so popular throughout the '90s, P had a change of heart.

Instead of minimalist dope boy anthems, Only God Can Judge Me was filled with an endless slew of corny, overblown introspective tracks that took P's 2Pac nut-hugging to an absurd level. This album is widely regarded as the beginning of the end for No Limit's dominance—even God gave it two thumbs down!

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