Music Style: Midwest Rap

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  1. Adrenaline Rush 2007

    Adrenaline Rush 2007 (2007)


    Adrenaline Rush 2007 is the sixth studio album by rapper Twista. It was released on September 18, 2007. The "2007" in the title references the ten-year passed since Adrenaline Rush. The first official single from the album was "Give It Up", featuring Pharrell and "Creep Fast (Feat. T-Pain)" was the second single. The professional review from XXL states that the content of commercial and raw talent is a good mix. The album has received generally favorable reviews.

  2. Atmosphere



    Atmosphere is an American hip hop group from Minneapolis, Minnesota, consisting of rapper Slug (Sean Daley) and DJ/producer Ant (Anthony Davis). Since its formation in 1989, the group has released six studio albums and ten extended plays.

  3. Bang! Pow! Boom!

    Bang! Pow! Boom! (2010)


    Bang! Pow! Boom! is the eleventh studio album by American hip hop group Insane Clown Posse. Released on September 1, 2009 by Psychopathic Records, it was the group's second album with producer Mike E. Clark since his return to Psychopathic Records, and the first album to focus on the Dark Carnival since the conclusion of the group's original "Joker's Cards" series. The character is the first of a set of six new Joker's Cards.

  4. Be

    Be (2005)


    Be is the sixth studio album by American rapper Common, released May 24, 2005 on GOOD Music and Geffen Records. Primarily produced by hip hop artist Kanye West, the album debuted at #2 on the Billboard 200 album chart with 185,000 copies sold in its first week. It is Common's second album to sell over 500,000 copies (over 800,000 copies sold) and was certified Gold by the RIAA. Be was also a critical success, receiving general praise and accolades from several critics and music publications. The album received a perfect "XXL" rating from hip hop publication XXL magazine.

  5. Block Music

    Block Music (2007)


  6. Blue Collar

    Blue Collar (2006)


  7. Bone Thugs n Harmony

    Bone Thugs n Harmony


    Bone Thugs-n-Harmony is an American hip hop group from Cleveland, Ohio. It consists of rappers Krayzie Bone, Layzie Bone, Bizzy Bone, Wish Bone and Flesh-N-Bone. American West Coast rapper Eazy-E, former member of rap group N.W.A, signed Bone Thugs-n-Harmony to Ruthless Records in late 1993, when Bone Thugs debuted with their EP Creepin on ah Come Up. The EP included their breakout hit single "Thuggish Ruggish Bone".

  8. Boomin' Words From Hell

    Boomin' Words From Hell (1905)


    Boomin' Words from Hell is the debut album of Esham. It was first released in 1989, when Smith was 13 years old, and was reissued the following year.

  9. Bottoms Up

    Bottoms Up (2012)


    Bottoms Up is the third studio album by American rapper Obie Trice which was released on April 3, 2012 on Black Market Entertainment, entering the charts at #113 with 4,400 physical albums sold in the first week. The album is his first effort since the 2006 Second Round's on Me and features production from Dr. Dre and Eminem.

  10. Category F5

    Category F5 (2009)


    Category F5 is the seventh studio album by American rapper Twista. The album marks the first collaboration with Chicago producer the Legendary Traxster since 2004's Kamikaze. The album was released on July 14, 2009. Originally scheduled to feature Kanye West, Akon, Busta Rhymes, Mr. Criminal, Tech N9ne, and Static Major, guest appearances were pared down as many of the leaked songs were recorded, including the song "Problems" featuring Tech N9ne, which was cut because of sample-clearance problems. The track "She Got It" (produced by Jim Jonsin & featuring Bobby Valentino) was cut because the tracks were not 100% ready, although it is thought the track will be made available in the coming months. "All Right" (produced by Kanye West) was included on iTunes as a bonus track.

  11. Charges of Indictment

    Charges of Indictment (2011)


    Charges Of Indictment is the seventh album by Flint, Michigan rap group The Dayton Family. Released in 2011, it is the group's first release on Hatchet House, and their second album since their 1995 album What's On My Mind? to feature the three original core members, Bootleg, Shoestring, and Backstabber, following 2009's The Return: The Right to Remain Silent. The album peaked at #75 on the Billboard Top R&B Albums Chart.

  12. Cheers

    Cheers (2003)


    Cheers is the debut studio album by rapper Obie Trice, released on September 23, 2003 after he was signed to Shady Records in 2000. The title track "Cheers" celebrates Obie's successful debut into the rap game after being in the Detroit underground for many years. The album's title is a homage to the long running NBC sitcom of the same name, and the album cover features a logo similar to that used on the show.

  13. Common


    African-American rapper from Chicago, Illinois

  14. Crucial Conflict

    Crucial Conflict


    Crucial Conflict is a Chicago hip hop group best known for its 1996 single "Hay" (from the album The Final Tic) and "Scummy" (from the album Good Side, Bad Side). When the hit "Hay" was released, it improved the sales of the band's album The Final Tic".

  15. Dayton Family

    Dayton Family


    The Dayton Family is an American Gangsta Rap group from Flint, Michigan. The group is composed of Ira Dorsey, Raheen Peterson, and Matt Hinkle, who perform under the respective personas of Bootleg, Shoestring, and Backstabba. The name Dayton Family derives from Dayton Street, one of the most crime-ridden streets in their hometown.

  16. Devil Without A Cause

    Devil Without A Cause (1998)


    Devil Without a Cause is Kid Rock's fourth album. Produced by Kid Rock with John Travis, it was released in 1998 by Atlantic Records. It is Kid Rock's last album to be categorized as "hip hop" before crossing over to more traditional rock music. Allmusic labeled the album as a "rap-rock masterpiece".

  17. Do or Die

    Do or Die


    Do or Die is an American rap trio originally from the Westside of Chicago, consisting of group members Belo Zero, N.A.R.D. and AK. The group experienced mainstream success with the platinum single "Po Pimp", which peaked at #22 on the Billboard Hot 100.

  18. El Che

    El Che (2010)

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    El Che is the second studio album by Chicago rapper Rhymefest, released on June 8, 2010. The album was released under dNBe Entertainment and EMI Records, who picked up the album after it was dropped by J Records as a result of creative differences.

  19. Electric Circus

    Electric Circus (2002)


    Electric Circus is the fifth studio album by rapper Common, released December 10, 2002 on the now-defunct MCA Records. The album was highly anticipated and praised by many critics for its ambitious vision. However, it was not as commercially successful as his previous album, Like Water for Chocolate, selling under 300,000 copies. An eclectic album, Electric Circus featured fusions of several genres such as hip hop, pop, rock, electronic, and neo soul. "I wasn't feeling hip hop," the rapper remarked. "So my motivation for that album were other genres of music, like Pink Floyd and Jimi Hendrix. It wasn't hip hop." This was Common's second and last album for MCA, and the label's final release prior to its absorption into Geffen Records.

  20. Eminem


    Hip Hop rapper

  21. Encore

    Encore (2004)


    Encore is the fifth studio album by American rapper Eminem by Shady Records, Aftermath Entertainment and Interscope Records. Its release was set for November 16, 2004, but was moved up to November 12 (coincidentally, exactly eight years to the day his debut album, Infinite, was released) after the album was leaked to the Internet. Encore sold 710,000 copies in its first three days, and went on to sell over 1.5 million copies in its first two weeks of release in the United States, certified quadruple-platinum that mid-December. Nine months after its release, worldwide sales of the album stood at 11 million copies. As of November 2013, the album has sold 5,343,000 copies in the United States.

  22. Esham


    American rapper

  23. F.B.I.

    F.B.I. (1905)


    F.B.I. (Fuck Being Indicted) is the second album recorded by the Flint, Michigan native rap group The Dayton Family. It was originally released on September 24, 1996.

  24. Finding Forever

    Finding Forever (2007)


    Finding Forever is the seventh studio album by Common, released on July 31, 2007 on GOOD Music and Geffen Records. Like Common's previous album, Be (2005), Finding Forever is primarily produced by Kanye West. The album debuted at the number one on the Billboard 200, selling 155,000 units in the first week, becoming Common's first chart-topper. Selling over 500,000 units in the US, it has been certified Gold. Finding Forever was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rap Album, losing to Kanye West's Graduation at the 50th Grammy Awards

  25. Gang Rags

    Gang Rags (2010)


    Gang Rags is the fourth studio album of American hip hop artist Blaze Ya Dead Homie. Released on June 22, 2010, Gang Rags was produced by Mike E. Clark, and features appearances by guests Kottonmouth Kings, The Dayton Family, Anybody Killa and Insane Clown Posse. One of five different colored bandanas was included in the packaging of each album. Gang Rags debuted number 52 on the Billboard 200. The following year, Blaze released Gang Rags Extended Version (Uncut + Uncensored).

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