There was some beef of 'experts' on Twitter about darkest hip hop album and almost the majority were in favor of "Hell On Earth" by Moob Deep.
They were also mentioned Gravediggaz "6 Feet Deep" Redman "Dare Iz A Darkside" Geto Boys "Resurrection" Scarface "The World Is Yours" Cypress Hill "III Temples Od Boom" Wu Tang "Wu Tang Forever" Ice T "7th Deadly Sin" . . .
What do you guys think about that? Which is the one?😈💀👻☠️👽
Onyx - All We Got Iz Us Smif n Wessun - Dah Shinin' Three 6 Mafia - Mystic Stylez Mobb Deep - Hell on Earth Heltah Skeltah - Nocturnal
Only naming sh1t I actually like that fits the description lyrically and musically. I'm sure hats could name tons of horrorcore albums that outdo the above in terms of dark qualities, but I'm not really into that sub genre.
Moob Deep? now thats disrespectful! lol I would also put The Infamous album on the list along with Hell on Earth
Liquid Swords 2Pac - 7 Day Theory Big L - Lifestyles ov da poor & Dangerous First couple of Eminem and DMX albums Jedi Mind Tricks, s**t pretty much most of the albums Immortal Technique - Revolutionary 1 & 2 Cage - Movies for the Blind, Hell's Winter Tech N9ne -Anghellic Soul on Ice Ready to Die
Post by Your Good Egg on Dec 9, 2022 20:38:12 GMT -5
it really depends on your definition of dark
This album whilst trying to be up-beat was dark, if you listen carefully you can hear the pain of a man about to die. Just listen to his live performance, the guy was on the cusp. its really sad. dark if you will.
I'm like the letters N and S...Cos I'm the G in the middle of things.
Rast and 7L dropped an album a few years back all about his horrible childhood and his struggle with some mental illnesses and stuff, I think that was pretty dark, but I'd have to give it another listen, same this for Tha Trademarcs 2nd or 3rd album about his mentals. Also anything by Necro, if you can stomach him lol =D