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Fans React To Apple Music’s Ranking Of Nas’ “Illmatic” On Top 100 Albums List

Fans are excitedly awaiting the announcement of Apple Music’s complete list of the top 100 albums, and so far, the list has drawn controversies. SZA said she didn’t understand why her album SOS was placed 72nd. The following ten albums were made public recently, while Nas’s seminal debut album, Illmatic, came in at number 39. Many fans are unhappy with its placement, with some saying it should be ranked higher.

At number 36, Beyonce’s self-titled album is now in front of Wu-Tang Clan’s “Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)” at number 37, Public Enemy’s “It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back” at number 34, and Biggie’s “Ready to Die” at number 32. Disgruntled fans have flocked to social media, with some speculating that Yeat, Ice Spice, Cardi B, and Taylor Swift’s albums will rank higher, potentially upending the timeline. The controversy surrounding the ranking has sparked heated debates among music enthusiasts, with many questioning the criteria used to determine the list. As fans eagerly await the remaining rankings, anticipation and scepticism continue to grow.

It’s interesting to note the anticipation surrounding Apple Music’s upcoming release of its list of the 100 best albums. The compilation process, involving experts, artists, producers, and industry professionals, has sparked much discussion. It will be intriguing to see how it all unfolds.

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