Grammy 2024 Best Rap Album

Grammy 2024 Best Rap Album

Hey, let me break down the Grammy 2024 Best Rap Album scoop for you! Killer Mike’s ‘Michael’ triumphed over the competition, leaving Travis Scott’s ‘Utopia,’ Metro Boomin’s ‘Heroes and Villains,’ Drake and 21 Savage’s ‘Her Loss,’ and Nas’s ‘King Disease III’ in its wake. Now, some critics threw shade, claiming it wasn’t deserving, but in my book, it’s a bona fide masterpiece worthy of that Grammy shine.

Before the Grammys, I wasn’t really on the Killer Mike radar, for reasons I can’t quite pinpoint. But man, the Grammy show changed that! It served as a fantastic introduction to this unique artist, who’s been dropping gems for the past 24 years – we’re talking 6 solo albums, five mixtapes, and 4 LPs.

All this time, Killer Mike hadn’t bagged a number one or top ten hit, and his last Billboard charting song was back in 2003. Fast forward to 2024, and he’s not just on the map; he’s owning it. At 48 years old, he’s finally getting the recognition he deserves with three Grammys in his pocket.

My personal favorite from ‘Michael’ has to be ‘Exit 9.’ There’s a line that hits hard: ‘I put my blood, sweat, and tears in the game, ain’t no feeling the same, hope you feeling my pain.’ It’s a powerful reminder to keep pushing, showing up, regardless of the results. Killer Mike’s journey is pure inspiration! 

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