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The noughties were an outstanding decade for hip-hop with artists including Eminem, Kanye West, Jay Z and Outkast dominating the charts, constantly reinventing hip-hop's sound and feel. These are the 10 noughties albums that changed hip-hop for the better.
Without doubt Jay Z's The Blueprint was one of the strongest, if not the strongest, hip hop album of the noughties, with Jay himself even rating it as his best work. The album had Kanye West written all over it with tons of soulful samples. After its release there was an unavoidable shift to a more soul centric and sample-reliant sound in hip-hop.
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