Dow Jones and Henny make up the production duo Tha Bizness. If you are not familiar with their name you should be. The Seattle natives made two of the most popular singles to be released in 2009. The minds behind Young Money's "Every Girl" and Young Jeezy's "My President" pretty much head locked the clubs and the street this year.
12:00PM ET December 31, 2009
Contributor: Hip Hop Blog Staff
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The Bizness is working on upcoming projects by Lil Wayne, T-Pain and Gucci Mane as well. They took time out from the studio to share their favorite albums of the last 10 years and an honorable mention. West, west ya'll.
Eminem - Marshall Mathers LP - This album took Em to the next level.
Jay-Z - Black Album - Grand opening, grand closing... or so we thought. This is as close as one can get to a perfect album.
Game - The Documentary - The feeling on the West Coast when this album hit the streets was incredible.
50 Cent - Get Rich or Die Trying - This is possible the best debut album ever! He had like 15 singles on this album.
Big Tymers - I Got That Work - The number 1 stunnas also had a lot of dope songs that kept clubs on fire.
Lil Wayne – Tha Carter Trilogy - Weezy decided to take the game over and he was not gonna be out worked by anybody and showed he could do it all on his own.
Kanye West - Graduation - One of the best produced albums. You could listen to the beats on repeat forever.
T.I. - Urban Legend - This album was the transition from Tip to the King of the South
Clipse - Lord Willin' - They shook the whole world up with their distinct sound and cocaine flows that were dope but had wide stream appeal at the same time!
Busta Rhymes - Big Bang - One of the most slept on albums of the decade... this was by far one of the greatest produced albums and Busta showed he could change lanes and give substance, style, and growth and do more than just party songs. He is one of the most consistent rappers ever and always able to stay relevant.
Mac Dre - Genie of the Lamp - One of the games real tragedies. Dre was truly one of kind and complied some of his best raps on this one... gone too soon. Reality rap and fool with wordplay and his own version of storytelling.