Top 10 Nigerian best rap albums of all time

Nigerian best rap albums of All-time are picked and ranked based on commercial triumph, impact, and critical applaud.

however, this post will specifically highlight rap albums with impact and cultural remarks, it’s sad that rap rarely impacts like they used to be.

Nigerian best rap albums of all time
Nigerian best rap albums of all time

The evolution of the Nigerian music industry has witnessed a coarse amount of standard rap albums over the past 2 decades, the metrics will be critically relying on the impacts of a rap on the mainstream.



What is a rap album? rap or rapping is a body of work that thrives in talking delicately and rhythmically, often with a very multiplex rhythm even without tonal concerns.

Below are the Best Nigerian rap albums of all time

Mode 9 – Da Vinci Mode

This is the fourth studio by rapper Mode 9, released in 2010.

The 22 tracks is considered the most lyrically rich rap in Nigeria.

Da Grin – C.E.O

C.E.O an acronym for ‘Chief executive Omota’ is an by Late Nigeria Rapper Da Grin a cultural era defined project.

M.I Abaga – MI 2: The Movie

This is the second studio by highly acclaimed rapper M.I Abaga, it was released in 2010, one of the most relatable rap of all time.

Ice Prince – Everybody Loves Ice Prince

This is Ice Prince’s debut studio and was released on October 9, 2011, under Chocolate City



It features guest artists including, Brymo, Wizkid, 2Baba, Jesse Jagz, M.I, Yung L, J-Milla, Wizboyy, MorellSamklef, and Sean Tero

M.I – Talk About It 

This is M.I. Abaga’s debut studio and was released in 2008, it features guest artistes including Ice Prince, Jesse Jagz, Wizkid, Djinee, YQ and more

Jesse Jagz – Jag of All Tradez

This is Jesse Jagz’s debut studio and was released in 2010, under Chocolate City, It features guest artists including,  Brymo, M.I Abaga, Wizkid, Ice Prince and more.

Olamide – Eyan Mayweather

Eyan Mayweather is the fifth studio by rapper Olamide, released in 2015, the highlighted Olamide‘s level of consistency in hip-hop.

Phyno – No Guts No Glory

This is Phyno’s debut studio and was released on March 20, 2014, under Sputnet Records and Penthauze Music. 

It features guest artists including  P-Square, Omawumi, Olamide, Stormrex, Efa, Flavour N’abania, Runtown, Ice Prince, M.I, Mr Raw, Timaya and Illbliss.

Vector – Lafíaji

Lafiaji is a studio album by rapper Vector, it was released in 2016.

Lafiaji is renowned for his metaphors and wordplay.

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