Most hyped hip hop albums of 2014
It's a new year, which means it's time for some new albums from some of your favorite hip hop artists. Recently, The Source revealed "The 30 Most Anticipated Albums Of 2014," and the list was packed with some of the classic artists as well as some new up-and-comers. So who made the rankings? Kendrick Lamar snagged the No. 1 spot - and it makes sense considering the success of "good kid, m.A.A.d city." Naturally, Lamar was followed by Andre 3000, who recently announced he is reuniting with Big Boi for a multitude of shows and now, a new album. Kanye West, who is slated to release an LP this summer, slid in at No. 4. Pusha T, Nas, Pharrell, Frank Ocean, Chance The Rapper and Future rounded out the top 10.
Not all sources agree, though. Reverb unexpectedly put Frank Ocean at the top and Rick Ross in the No. 2 spot for his much anticipated "Mastermind." Naturally, the news outlet chose Yeezy's next eight-track album for the next slot, followed by the Wu-Tang Clan for "A Better Tomorrow." Finally, Future's "Honest," which keeps getting delayed, is Reverb's 5th most anticipated hip hop album for the year.
So which albums are you most excited about?