Pooh Shiesty shares his top five favorite hip-hop albums.
TWEET An artist's music is like paint on a canvas. That art is displayed on projects and songs for others to admirewhile some actually aspire to follow in that artist's footsteps. Thats what rappers do when they drop albums. It could either be for fans to enjoy at the moment or leave a lasting impression. For Pooh Shiesty its all of the above. At the time of Poohs 2021 XXL Freshman Class cover shoot he shared his top five favorite albums of all time. Here, he gives a brief explanation of why these albums have impacted him. Pooh either relates to the music, was inspired by the artists who made the project or they're just straight up works of art for him. Up first is 1017 Records head honcho Gucci Mane s Writing on the Wall. It makes sense for him to mention a Guwop album since Pooh is signed to the veteran rapper. Cause his intro and them freestyles he was droppin, he made from jail, Pooh conveys. The next album is definitely a fan favorite. Big Shiesty adds