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Top 20 Slept-On Rap/Hip-hop Albums Of 2007
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rap/hip-hop top 10Our Top 20 picks for slept-on rap/hip-hop releases from 2007 include underrated, underappreciated and overlooked selections from Evidence (Dilated Peoples), Devin The Dude, Redman, J. Sands and more.
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Evidence - Weatherman LP - The Dilated Peoples member is dedicated to re-connecting with fans with this long-awaited, and quite good, solo venture. 
 2.     Devin the Dude - Waiting To Inhale - The brilliant, woefully underrated Houston vet returns with his rousing fourth studio effort. 
 3. Prodigy - Return of the Mac - This album features the Mobb Deep member’s signature brand of hardcore New York hip-hop music and teams him up with producer The Alchemist. 
 4. Redman - Red Gone Wild: Thee Album - After a six year absence, Redman returns to the music game with production by Erick Sermon, Scott Storch and Timbaland, and special appearances by Method Man, Erick Sermon, Keith Murray, Snoop Dogg and Biz Markie. 
DJ Muggs & GZA the Genius - Grandmasters: Remix Album [w/DVD] - The legends team up for an atmospheric, meaty offering. Don't sleep on this one. 
J. Sands - The Breaks 2: The Interlude Violator - The second installment in "The Breaks" series features remakes of material from Public Enemy, Slum Village, De La Soul, Organized Konfusion, Jaylib, Pete Rock, DJ Premier, Nas and more.
Domingo - Most Underrated - The truly underrated Brooklyn producer drops beats with heavy-hitting names such as Big Daddy Kane, Rass Kass, Guru,Beatnuts, and more. 
Fastlife - Essential Underground Hip-Hop 3 - Essential emcees on this set include legends such as Big Daddy Kane, A.Z., Capone, Little Brother, Raekwon, Prodigy and much more. 
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony - Strength and Loyalty - Producers include Akon, Jermaine Dupri. Guest appearances include The Game, Mariah Carey, Akon, Legilimens, Twista, and Chris Leeper. 
Pharoahe Monch - Desire - The Brooklyn emcee drops his latest on Loud Records.
Boot Camp Clik - Casualties of War- Buckshot, Sean Price, Smif N Wessun, Heltah Skeltah and O.G.C. return with their 4th album following up their excellent 2006 release, Last Stand. 
Killah Priest - The Offering- The Wu Tang affiliate continues his exploration of spiritual themes with a Jesus-inspired cover and guests such as Nas, Immortal Technique, Ras Kass, Canibus, Kurupt, Hell Razah and more. 
Public Enemy - How You Sell Soul to a Soulless People Who Sold Their Soul??? - After 2 decades in the game, PE still challenges listeners with hot beats and truth-filled, brutally good, relevant lyrics. 
Chamillionaire - The Ultimate Victory - The Houston powerhouse returns with a solid set demonstrating his skills and bling-less mindset. 
Havoc - The Kush - Mobb Deep's other half finally drops his solo debut boasting hot production and tight beats. 
Scarface - MADE - The legendary emcee drops one of his best albums in a long time. A must have for fans of true hip-hop, and classic rap. 
Styles P - Super Gangster: Extraordinary Gentleman - Guests on this stellar CD feature Ghostface Killah, Swizz Beatz, The Alchemist, Beanie Sigel, fellow LOX member Jadakiss, and in a weak moment, Ray. J. 
Wu-Tang Clan - 8 Diagrams - Boasting a DVD, this is the first WU Tang set since the death of ODB, and features all the original members. 
 19. Omni - Batterie - The diversity of this young emcee is displayed track-after-track on his debut solo album recorded in Australia. 
 20. Zion I - Street Legends - The intelligent Oakland duo drops more hip-hop science for your mind. 

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