one of the most influential rap albums. By August 1989, it was certified platinum in sales by the RIAA, after shipments of one million copies in the United States. Charted for 49 weeks, peaking at number 42 in the Billboard Top 200. Best album of 1988 in The Village Voice's Pazz & Jop critics' poll
Despite mounting controversy, XXXTentacion has SoundCloud rap’s first No. 1 album. Photo: Bad Vibes Forever. It was bound to happen at some point: SoundCloud rap, the catchall phrase for a loose band of young hip-hop artists with heavy punk influence that’s emerged on the platform within the past year, has finally peaked on the Billboard 200. 6ix9ine, the abrasive Bushwick screamer, had come close: His recent debut mixtape, Day69, charted at No. 4 on its week of release. So, too, had Lil Pump, the Gucci Gang inventor whose self-titled mixtape reached No. 3. Jahseh Onfroy, the Florida rapper.
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Rap Album One breaks away from rap conventions in an effortless manner. For one, it’s short, running to 11 tracks and just over 30 minutes – although a long time coming, it doesn’t overstay its welcome. It’s bursting with original ideas too: ‘You Can Love Me When I’m Dead’ opens with Jonwayne spitting an eloquent 16 bars that take up less than a minute of the song’s four, has no discernable chorus aside from a repeating disembodied eponymous vocal sample, and closes with 16 bars of scratching funk from solo scratch legend D-Styles. And three: you can happily showcase the rapper and producer without one overwhelming the other. Like Earl Sweatshirt’s recent Doris, Rap Album One repeatedly upends rap’s hoary old verse/chorus template; these kids know where they come from, but that doesn’t stop them from giving us tracks that treat the conventions of rap like so many disposable blunt wrappers.