“The Low End Theory” Turns 20

In late ’91, I began to fall in love with hip-hop. There are three albums that I credit as being the reasons I’m a hip-hop head to this day. Well, one of those albums is A Tribe Called Quest’s “The Low End Theory,” which was released on September 24, 1991.

In honor of TLET’s 20-year anniversary, here are my top 5 songs on this classic 14-track album:

1.) “Jazz (We’ve Got)”

2.) “Check the Rhime”

3.) “Scenario”

4.) “Verses from The Abstract”

5.) “Buggin’ Out”

(I think I have them in order, too. This was very hard to do!)

I’m so glad to have been born when I was so that I could enjoy this music for the last 20 years. Thank you, A Tribe Called Quest, for changing my life!


About SydTheBSL

I'm a huge lover of hip-hop. Simply put.

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