Originally Posted by Rich
and thats what I got
Crenshaw was my #11.
There was a lil filler.
My version on my Spotify is 15 songs. A lil A&R work and it would've been a CLASSIC.
Originally Posted by justcordell717
Seems like we all agree Kendrick has been creating the best bodies of work consistently. Section 80 is my personal favorite and the most relatable. But what also sticks out to me is no one has listed a Drake project, arguably the most popular artist in the genre. Will Drake ever put out a flawless album?
Take Care was on the cusp. Same issue as Crenshaw, minus maybe 4 songs it would've been as close as flawless as he can be.
Drake music caters to such a wide range of people it would be nearly impossible for it to be universally "flawless". Cause if you came for "Marvins Room" and "Take Care" then "The Ride" and "Look What You've Done" might not be as important, and vice versa.
It's not like the Illmatic days where everyone came for the same thing.