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Mythical Hip Hop Albums We May Never Get (Kanye, J. Cole, Kendrick, Andre 3000) | Deep Dive

From Dr. Dre’s Detox to Jay Electronica’s Act II, there are many mythical albums within Hip Hop. Kanye West’s Good Ass Job, Andre 3000’s Solo Album and J. Cole & Kendrick Lamar’s Joint Project are just a few of the albums that fans continue to wonder about. Will we ever get them?

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