From the late 80’s weed and hip hop have been an inseparable combination. So here is the BestBongReviews.com selection of some of the most memorable Rap joints for to wrap a joint to. Over ten hours Hip hop albums that will take you away with the inspirational poetry of the masters of hip hop.

A Tribe Called Quest – Beats, Rhymes And Life

This fantastic was album released in 1996 and reached number-one on the Billboard 200 and Top R&B Albums charts. This album is a departure from the joyful, positive vibe of the earlier albums and is regarded as the group’s darkest album. Even so this the perfect album to just stick on, grab that bong or blunt and let the music de-stress you and take you to that higher state of mind.

Stand out tracks

4 Jam

7 1nce Again

9 The Hop

10 Keeping It Moving

ODB – Return to The 36th Chamber

The debut solo album of Wu-Tang Clan member Ol’ Dirty Bastard, released in 1995 on Elektra records.  Described by Melody maker as an hour of cruel hard and frighteningly funny hip hop; the perfect companion piece to Wu-Tang’s 36 Chambers.

Stand out track

2 Shimmy Shimmy Ya

6 Raw Ride

11 Drunk Game (Sweet Sugar Pie)

16 Dirty Dancin’

Redman – Muddy Waters

The 3rd studio album from the legendary hip hop artist Redman, released in 1996 on def jam recordings. A classic album with funky tight production from Erick Sermon, Rockwilder and Redman.

Stand out Tracks

6 Pick It Up

8 Smoke Buddah

9 Whateva Man

16 Da Bump

Dr Dre – The Chronic

The debut solo studio album from Dr Dre released in 1992 on his own record label Death Row Records. The album is named after the slang term for high-grade marijuana so simply had to be on this list. The Chronic has been widely regarded as one of the most important and influential albums of the 1990s and regarded by many fans and peers to be one of the most well-produced hip hop albums of all time.

Stand out tracks

3 Let Me Ride

5 Nuthin’ But a “G” Thang

7 Lil’ Ghetto Boy

12 High Powered

15 The Roach [The Chronic Outro]

The Fugees – The Score

The second and final album by the hip hop trio the Fugees, released in 1996 on Columbia Records. The album has garnered a considerable amount of acclaim over the years, with many music critics and publications noting it as one of the greatest albums of the 1990s, as well as one of the greatest hip hop albums of all time.

Stand Out Tracks

2 How Many Mics

3 Ready or Not

6 Fu-Gee-La

12 No Woman, No Cry

Flipmode Squad – The Imperial

The Imperial Album is the debut album of East Coast Hip-hop group Flipmode Squad released in 1998 on the Elektra record label. Busta Rhymes’ rap posse (which included newcomers Rampage, Lord Have Mercy, Spliff Star, Rah Digga and Baby Sham, as well as Busta himself) bust out the jams on this classic album.

Stand Out Tracks

5 I Got Your Back

8 Last Night

9 Where You Think You Goin

12 Money Talks

Feli Kuti Vs De La Soul – Fela Soul

Released in 2012 in the Gummy Soul label, this little known album is the perfect smoking companion to help elevat your mind. Fans of either Fela Kuti or De La Soul will love this Afrobeat/hip-hop mashup courtesy of Amerigo Gazaway. Fela Soul is an 8-track, 33 minute journey into the world of afrobeat rhythms, funky horn riffs and classic hip-hop gems.

A3 Ooh feat. Redman

B1 Itsoweezee

B4 Breakadawn

B5 Feel Good Inc. feat. Gorillaz, De La Soul

Wiz Khalifa – Rolling Papers

The third studio album by American rapper Wiz Khalifa, released March 29, 2011, on Atlantic Records, and Rostrum Records. The album features collaborations with Too Short, Curren$y, and Chevy Woods.

Stand Out Tracks

2 On My Level (feat. Too $hort)
3 Black And Yellow

7 The Race

13 Rooftops (feat. Curren$y)

Kendrick Lamar – Good Kid M.A.A.D City

The second studio album by Kendrick Lamar. The album was released in 2012, by Top Dawg Entertainment, Aftermath Entertainment. The album was met with rave reviews from music critics, being named to many end of the year lists.

Stand out Tracks

1 Sherane a.k.a. Master Splinter’s Daughter

2 Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe

5 Money Trees (featuring Jay Rock)

6  m.A.A.d city (featuring MC Eiht)

Outkast – Aquemini

The third studio album by hip hop duo Outkast, released in 1998 through LaFace Records. The album received  universal acclaim from music critics, who praised the album’s musicality and unique lyrical themes.

Stand Out tracks

3 Rosa Parks

4 Skew It On The Bar-B

5 Aquemini

10 SpottieOttieDopaliscious

This is by no means the definitive list so feel free to suggest your all time favorite hip hop albums in the comments section below.