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More Rappers Reacts on Rolling Stone 200 Greatest Albums

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Rolling Stone released their greatest 200 albums of all time and some rappers are not fans of their new release.

Had it been you’re a rapper and your album is among in the list, be it a wack or hit, what will really be your action, someone asked.

A few hours ago, Meek Mill had to tweet out about Rolling Stone’s 200 greatest albums of all time. Milly didn’t find value in the latest Rolling ranking. The 1942 rapper has as well accused the media outlet of not knowing hip-hop.

Although the Rolling album list is favouring some rappers who still live to see their history. Like Jay-Z, Kendrick Lamar, Kanye West, Missy Elliott and more rappers whose albums were listed as part of the top 200 albums of all time.

Meek Mill having questioned about the untrue list, The Game has added up by asking why his 2015 The Documentary wasn’t rated as well.

“@RollingStone How is ‘The Documentary’ not on the list for 200 Greatest Rap Albums Of All Time?” Game wrote on Twitter on Friday (June 10). “I carried an entire coast for 20 years on the back of my 1st album. Cause I don’t walk red carpets, play dress up, smile or fake laugh at brunches I don’t count? #Drillmatic July 1,” he tweeted on Twitter after Meek Mill.

The Game is most times not happy about how his album is not recognized despite being one of the top-notch rappers with influential albums. Meanwhile, the Compton rapper has also pushed back his upcoming album releasing date to July 1st 2022.

His Drillmatic which is supposed to lose grip this month is no longer happening until next month. The Game boast about the album and also is a project being handled by Hit-Boy, one of hip-hop traditional producer.

Back to the 200 Rolling stone albums. Check the top 10, you will see 2Pac isn’t listed, The Game wasn’t on top. Not only The Game and Meek Mill are reacting on this particular list. Some 2Pac fans had to speak after the top 200 greatest albums of all time. However, folks called it Rolling stone albums and never credited for any effort.