Abstract Hip Hop Albums

Abstract Hip Hop is a genre of music that combines elements of hip hop with experimental and avant-garde sounds. It is characterized by unconventional production techniques, abstract and often surrealistic lyrical content, and use of samples from a wide range of sources.

The roots of abstract hip hop go back to the 1990s and early 2000s. The genre eschews many of the conventions of traditional hip hop and incorporates more abstract ideas like existentialism or social institutions into its lyrics. It also avoids the more upfront and visceral language that is characteristic of standard hip hop, and instead prefers extensive metaphors and symbolic word choice.

Artists who exemplify the abstract hip hop style include artists such as Odd Future, Kevin Abstract and Danny Brown. These artists exemplify the evolution of hip hop into a cultural movement that is more than just music.

Earl Maskekela – Some Rap Songs: The Album That Expresses Extreme Vulnerability

Earl’s new solo project, Some Rap Songs, is an emotionally complex and deep album that explores his struggles with depression. The album is incredibly experimental as Earl utilizes jazz samples to create a unique avant-garde sound that is a stark contrast to his Odd Future days.

This is a very strong and engaging abstract hip hop album that will keep you listening for hours. It’s one of the best albums on this list and it is definitely worth checking out! You will love the cryptic lyricism and the unusual beats that are featured in this album.

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