Best Mixtape

Big Sean – Detroit

Big Sean – Detroit

Prior to his sophomore LP, Hall of Fame, Sean repped for the Motor City lovely with a free offer that featured album worthy material. 

Chance The Rapper – Acid Rap

Chance The Rapper – Acid Rap

The fresh-faced rhymeslinger seemed to drop out of the sky with an incredible introduction, giving us an unfiltered take on life from a kid growing up in the Windy City.

Travi$ Scott – Owl Pharaoh

Travi$ Scott – Owl Pharaoh

G.O.O.D. Music planted another red flag in the dirt for progressive hip hop with Scott’s dark, gothic-sounding Owl Pharaoh.

Stalley – Honest Cowboy

Stalley – Honest Cowboy

Maybach Music's silent weapon, Stalley gave us this 11 track project and showed off his flow on records produced by DJ Quik and Cardo, Rashad, Terrace Martin and S1.

Trinidad Jame$ - Don’t Be S.A.F.E.

Trinidad Jame$ - Don’t Be S.A.F.E.

Most rap novices would do just about anything to garner the success TJ achieved on his debut mixtape, which featured the all-everywhere single, “All Gold Everything.”

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