Do Not Duplicate: Albums That Shouldn't Have Sequels

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  • Nas, Illmatic
  • Nas, Illmatic
  • The Fugees, Fugees, The Score
  • Reasonable Doubt, Jay Z
  • OutKast, Southerplayalisticadillacmuzik
  • Game, The Game, The Documentary, Dr. Dre, G-Unit
  • 50 Cent, Get Rich or Die Tryin'
  • Doggystyle, Snoop Dogg, No Limit, Death Row
  • T.I., Trap Muzik
  • Common, Kanye West, Be
  • Lil Kim, Hardcore

Do Not Duplicate: Albums That Shouldn't Have Sequels

Over the weekend, Nas admitted in an interview that he's considered working on and releasing an Illmatic 2. "Yes and no; I've thought about it before," the MC told Vibe about the possibility. "I definitely thought about that. It just has to flow, it has to be natural. I can work on that and if I don't like it [just scrap it]. I have to feel it. It got to to be honest." But honestly, most would likely agree that any Illmatic sequel wouldn't be natural — it's in a rarefied class as is. But it's not the only classic hip hop album that should be left alone. Read on for more examples of sequels we hope to never see. 

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