Tweezy reveals his top 5 Hip Hop discographies of all time
Tweezy has revealed his top five hip hop discographies of all time, and by this he simply meant combining all music albums by an artist to form one discography.
The award-winning producer is obviously in a much better position to have a say on which music discographies are good, especially if it is hip hop we are talking about.
This is because he has been in the game for quite some time and also produced a number of hit songs.
Some of the hit songs that he has produced include Cassper Nyovest’s latest single Amademoni, King by Nasty C, Sidlukotini by Riky Rick and Ameni by Miss Pru DJ to mention but a few.
There are thousands of talented hip hop artists out there who have top-notch discographies, therefore choosing the top five out of this big pool of quality is no easy feat.
But the 27-year-old record producer has been able to do that and a few hours ago, he took to Twitter where he disclosed his personal top 5 discographies through a tweet.
Tweezy listed them from the highest to the lowest and below is his list;
- Kendrick Lamar
- Kanye West
- Travis Scott
And when some of his followers asked him to reveal which A-Reece albums he enjoys in particular, Tweezy replied saying that he enjoys every piece of music that A-Reece has released, right from the ‘Brownies EP’ to ‘Fire in the Water’.
One follower then asked him why he didn’t include Jay-Z among his top 5.
Tweezy replied saying that Jay-Z has a few albums (about 3) that he doesn’t like much, but he listens religiously to the other albums.
Then another person asked him about Nasty C, Tweezy simply said that Nasty C’s discography is amazing and that he is on his top 12 list.
The young talented producer then went ahead and said Big Sean is definitely on his top 10 list and that he might even take the number 6 position.
He further mentioned that Emtee, Lil Wayne and AKA are all obviously in his top 10 while Migos are in his top 15.
He also praised Khuli Chana’s discography describing it as ‘flawless’ and that he loves Khuli’s latest album ‘Planet of the Have Nots’.
The producer also spoke about Eminem, he said the ‘Mocking Bird’ rapper is super fire but his new albums are not that good.
Tweezy concluded with Meek Mill, he said the ‘Dreams & Nightmares’ rapper should be much bigger than he is now, and that he feels like people do not respect Meek Mill as an artist the way they respect other rappers.
So what do you think about Tweezy’s list? Please share your thoughts with us and perhaps you can also tell us your personal list of top five hip hop discographies in the comment box below.