Killah Priest - From Babylon to Louisiana

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  1. KingsOfKings

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    Favorite Emcee doing it right now.
    His content is exactly what I'm looking for in rap. I don't even care what's going on in HipHop.
    All I know is killah spits what I've been waiting for.
     
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    Dope.

    So far what do you guys feel is the consensus on Killah Priest's top 5 albums?

    I haven't heard them all. But from what I hear I praise

    1. Heavy Mental
    2. Offering
    3. Power
    4. Elizabeth
    5. Planet of the Gods
    6. I killed the Devil last night

    Along those lines and Wu features what's his best work? Preferably with drums. Yes I like the drumless work but I want to know if I'm missing out on essential listening Killah Priest.

    Lyrically AND musically I strongly believe he's top 5 of all time no matter how you look at hip hop. He is just advanced on all levels and pure Hip Hop. He's undeniable.
     

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