It’s safe to say that Jay-Z is one of the most prolific artists of all-time. He’s a rapper, a business man, a mogul, a husband, a father and he’s one of the individuals responsible for “the most high-tech stadium in sports.”
This weekend Jay will be completing his eight-show christening of Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. In light of his career, Stereogum has put together their own “Worst to Best” list of Hov’s classics.
Here‘s their list:
Kingdom Come (2006), Collision Course (with Linkin Park) (2004), The Blueprint 3 (2009), Unfinished Business (with R. Kelly) (2004), The Best Of Both Worlds (with R. Kelly) (2002), American Gangster (2007), The Blueprint 2: The Gift And The Curse (2002), The Dynasty (Roc La Familia) (2000), In My Lifetime: Vol. 1 (1997), Watch The Throne (with Kanye West) (2011), Vol. 2… Hard Knock Life (1998), The Blueprint (2001), The Black Album (2003), Reasonable Doubt (1996), Vol 3… Life & Times Of S. Carter (1999).
Do you agree with the order? What’s your top five Jay-Z albums?