When it comes to ranking Kanye West‘s albums, best leave it to the professionals.
After much deliberation, Lil’ Chano threw in his two cents on the topic and delivered his personal rankings on Thursday morning, tweeting:
How am I supposed to keep reading this after you put Late Registration 2nd to last?? *Tyra Banks’ “We were all rooting for you” gif* https://t.co/Kj3nXRCPjv
├óΓé¼ΓÇ¥ Lil Chano From 79th (@chancetherapper) January 4, 2017
For those unfamiliar with the word of Yeezus… “LR” is 2005’s Late Registration and “TCDO” is 2004’s The College Dropout — his first two albums. “MBDTF” is Mr. West’s 2010’s acclaimed My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy; “WTT” is his 2011 collab with Jay Z, Watch The Throne.
Additionally, “TLOP” is 2015’s The Life of Pablo — which Chance contributed to both in vocals and writing cred — and “808’s” represents 2008’s experimental 808s & Heartbreak.
Seeing as the 23-year-old is the 39-year-old’s most beloved prot├â┬⌐g├â┬⌐ (at the moment), we can’t say there’s too many more qualified to make this call — but we have to wonder what Yeezus himself thinks about this ranking. (Actually, he’d probably say they’re all No. 1…)
What would YOUR Kanye West ranking look like??
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