People have really been into ranking their all-time top MCs lately. About a year ago, Chris Rock revealed his in the trailer for his film "Top Five": "Jay, Nas, Scarface, Rakim... and then I might let Biggie get in there.
Six years after hitting us with The Last Kiss, Jadakiss returns with his fourth studio album called Top 5 Dead Or Alive., which was finally made available for purchase on iTunes tonight at midnight.
Jadakiss warmed fans up for his new album, the ambitiously-titled Top 5 Dead Or Alive (is it ambitious or is it just Jadakiss?), with his mixtape T5DOA: Freestyle Edition.
We knew Top 5 Dead or Alive was on the way, and Jadakiss has just confirmed that we'll be getting his fourth studio album in three weeks, on November 20. He also shared the album's cover, which shows a bronze bust of Jada himself.
“Top 5” lists are often a personal thing. Everyone has their reasons for their top five emcees.
The 2013 Hall Of Fame ceremony is this weekend, so Fox Sports had Julius “Dr. J.” Erving on to talk about some of the greatest players of all-time, and the current greats. Among the best in the game today, Dr. J names LeBron James and Derrick Rose.
Jadakiss Reveals Features On "Top 5 Dead Or Alive" & Joint Project With Yo Gotti Jun 6, 2013 at 10:28am
Jadakiss isn't hesitant to put himself in the Top 5 emcees of all time, and as a testiment to this, he decided to name his upcoming album Top 5 Dead Or Alive.