The 2010s saw the entrance of bold new voices onto the rap scene. From thought-provoking concept albums to surprising self-released hits, the Grammy nominees and winners of Best Rap Album during this decade have it all. There's no denying that the best rap albums of the 2010s encompass a wide range of sounds and styles. But determining the very best among these Grammy-recognized records? That's up to you.
What LPs will you find on this 2010s rap albums list? Eminem took home back-to-back Grammys in 2010 and 2011 for his releases Relapse and Rehab. He won again later in the decade for his 2015 album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2. Drake was also popular with rap fans and Grammy voters throughout the '10s.
In 2012, Kanye West was double-nominated for Best Rap Album for My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy and his Jay-Z collaboration, Watch the Throne. Other good recordings featured on this list of Grammy-nominated 2010s albums include Nas' Life Is Good and To Pimp a Butterfly by Kendrick Lamar.
It's time to pick your favorites among the 2010s best rap albums. Vote the records you think are best up to the top of the list by giving them a thumbs up.