Yesterday, we unveiled our list of the The 90 Best Rap Albums of the '90s. Earlier today, we also had Complex Writers Name Their 10 Favorite Rap Albums of the 1990s. Needless to say, those posts got a lot of comments and reaction from our audience. As they should. As the list proves, the '90s are arguably the greatest era of hip-hop—so great we might never see so many great albums like that ever again. So of course, anyone who calls themselves a true hip-hop head has many, many opinions about the '90s.
According to the comments in our original list, many commenters felt albums like Mos Def's Black On Both Sides or Nas' It Was Written should have higher on our list. Other fans complained about albums they thought were missing, like Big L's Lifestylez ov da Poor & Dangerous. Other people just felt certified classics like 2Pac's All Eyez On Me or Dr. Dre's The Chronic were simply overrated and didn't belong to be as high as they were. So, we're opening up the floor and letting fans vote on what they think are the Best Rap Albums of the '90s. So peep the list below and pick your favorites. And remember, if the list sucks, you can only blame yourself!
Disclaimer: What you see below is modified version of Complex's original list—the albums and rankings may be different. Click here to see the original list.