By K.B. Tindal
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer
This year blurred past and it was a year where hip hop and overall urban culture was often questioned. While hip hop was transitioning, the people involved still had a lot to say about the changes. Given his history, Q The Question has a unique vantage point.
Q The Question got his start as a journalist at several major hip hop publications. But, he traded in the journalist life to take on the game as a record executive. The move was nontraditional, but all of the best moves tend to be in history.
Hip hop went through a transitional year and Q The Question was watching it all unfold. There were several albums he was feeling, but there were five that really stuck out to him. This week, Q The Question exclusively shared with Hip Hop Vibe his top albums of the year of 2015.
See Q The Question’s top five albums below:
J. Cole – 2014 Forest Hills Drive
Logic – Under Pressure
T.I. – Paperwork
Jeezy – Seen It All
Common – Nobody’s Smiling
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