Rappers have evolved over the years, and over time they've picked up some new tricks and dropped some old habits. J-Zone took to ego trip and pointed out something interesting: mad rappers don't exist anymore. For a number of reasons, getting mad isn't part of the modern rapper's playbook. It may seem like a positive thing, but when you take a minute to reflect, you realize just how important some of these angry rap albums were. Check out ego trip's list of the top 10 "mad rap" albums below.

J-Zone’s “Mad Rap” Appreciation Post and Top 10 “Mad Rap Album” List