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Why Great Artists Make Undeniably Bad Albums

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No matter who you are, it’s impossible to knock it out of the park on every occasion. Across authors, directors and even the most revered painters in history, there’s usually one body of work that can be pointed to and held as a blip in an otherwise stellar career. And unsurprisingly, hip-hop is no different.

Whether it’s Jay Z seeming like a shadow of his former self when he returned on 2007’s Kingdom Come, Method Man bowing to major label pressure and diluting his vision on Tical 0: The Prequel or Nicki Minaj’s Queen coming across as anything but the victory lap that it was intended as, the culture has a long history of witnessing talented artists fall short of the mark.

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Written by: Robert Blair
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