Good Kid Maad City
If Kendrick Lamar’s sophomore album Good Kid Maad City was released in the days of cassettes I would have been on my third copy by now. This album rarely leaves any of my playback devices. What I love about this album is that Kendrick made an album that was commercially viable and still had dope beats, dope lyrics, and creative flows. Secondly the narrative was executed so well that you are transported from wherever you are to Compton, California.