Top Ten Albums of the 2010s with 5 Stars on Laut.deLaut.de is a German music critic website similar to AllMusic, but with the difference that their ratings are usually much lower. They often give 1 or 2 stars if the music does not stand out that much or if one aspect bothers them (sometimes they even praise several elements in 1 star reviews), 3 stars when an album is good in its entirety, 4 stars for masterpieces and it's extremely hard to get a 5 star rating. But these albums here passed the test.
The Top Ten
This guy is rooted in both rock and hip hop and made a great crossover album with meaningful and poetic lyrics that manage to both take a close look at modern society and be deeply personal. - Martin_Canine
For everyone who says Kanye has no talent... listen to this. Even if you are not into hip hop. This is musically perfect and goes beyond the boundaries of genres. - Martin_Canine
Marsimoto - the German rappers who has his voice pitched to a chipmunk degree - twists and turns phrases of the German language into whole another meanings, draws associations where you never saw any and plays around with the words like they were lego bricks. - Martin_Canine
Drake actually talks about something personal and is far away from thug rappers. I never got why he is hated on TheTopTens anyway. - Martin_Canine
I don't hate him but I think he is hated more for overplay from 2016 onward. I don't remember many users saying that Drakes early music sucked. Also I guess some might see him as too soft. I don't know he isn't really in the same mold as the generally hated rappers Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj Soulja Boy but he also doesn't really remind me much of Eminem, Tupac or Biggie. - Powell
He is one of the few authentic thug rappers of Germany who were actually involved in drug trafficking. He only speaks pretty limited German, but has a very nice flow, and the production is simply awesome. The atmosphere and tone makes it all sound very menacing. - Martin_Canine
I think most hip hop fans will agree that this is a milestone in conscious rap. - Martin_Canine
Ratings like these are what I'm used to hear when it comes to American trap. The Germans enjoy that this music is melodious, not so very dark and is more about the music and the feeling of it all than forcefully delivering multisyllabic rhymes and selling an image.
That's why I was pretty stunned that trap gets so much hate on this American website. - Martin_Canine
Not an album, but it still received a 5 star review. - Martin_Canine
Also good, but I prefer Kendrick's other albums. The beats are a bit too freejazz like for my taste. There's no real shape or flow in it. - Martin_Canine