Who Had The Best Hip-Hop Album of 2016? Vote!

Year in Music Hip Hop Albums Poll
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Hip-hop junkies had their hands full with quality high-profile releases for the majority of 2016. From Kanye West's seventh studio effort The Life of Pablo, released in February, to Drake dropping his fourth LP Views in April, followed by Grammy-nominated albums from Chance The Rapper and ScHoolboy Q and solid releases from A Tribe Called Quest, Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole, rap's MVPs did not sit on the sidelines this — excepting, perhaps, Jay Z and Nas.

Because lyricists put in major work for the past 365, the genre was heavily represented on Billboard's 50 Best Albums of the Year list (ATCQ, West and Chance scored slots in the Top 10) Thus, Billboard is inviting avid rap fans to cast their vote for the best hip-hop album of 2016. If your pick's not listed, write-in your choice below! 


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