Complex Names The Worst Mixtape Covers Of 2013

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Complex Names The Worst Mixtape Covers Of 2013

Complex says Young Jeezy's "#ItsThaWorld2" and Lil Bibby's "Free Crack" had the worst mixtape covers of 2013.

Complex has named its "The Worst Mixtape Covers Of 2013." Young Jeezy’s #ItsThaWorld2 had the worst mixtape cover of 2013, while Lil Bibby’s Free Crack was the second-worst mixtape cover of 2013, according to Complex’s list.

"The easy way out for some of these unknowns seems to be to take the artwork from one mixtape, repackage it with the number 2 on it, and feed it back to the people,” Complex says in its Young Jeezy blurb. "Young Jeezy is a big time rapper, there is no reason why he should fall into that trap. What's worse is that the 2 is peaking out from behind the Earth like Chris Bosh photobombing D Wade."

The article makes fun of Lil Bibby’s cover. "We're not drug experts or anything, but isn't that cocaine and not crack?” Complex says. "And if it were crack, making it free doesn't make it (or the music) more enticing."

El Dorado Red’s White Power was the #3 mixtape cover on the list, while OJ Da Juiceman’s Juice World 2 landed at #4. Ballout’s Ballin’ No NBA earned the #5 spot. "Dunking over luggage, a backup basketball, a pile of money, and shopping bags on a court conveniently placed in front of every rapper's favorite stores?” Complex says. “No."

Complex's “The Worst Mixtape Covers Of 2013" is as follows:

1. #ItsThaWorld2, Young Jeezy

2. Free Crack, Lil Bibby

3. White Power, El Dorado Red

4. Juice World 2, OJ Da Juiceman

5. Ballin’ No NBA, Ballout

6. Escalation, Navin

7. Ketchup, DJ Mustard

8. Catholic Illuminati: Papal Infallibility, Charles Hamilton

9. Lace Blunts, Bizarre

10. 2 Pac Mashing, DJ FarrOut and Mc Thorn City

11. Louisianimalz, Turk

12. Twurk or Die, Ying Yang Twins

13. America Eats Its Babies, Big Baby Gandhi and Yuri Beats

14. All In The Family, Slick The Poet

15. King Me, DJ Get It Rite

16. Jakkin Yo Beats, Lit Burns

17. Go:Neptune, TobythePriest

18. Road 2 The Riches, Ty

19. I Smash T.H.O.T.S., DJ Cruisa

20. DTM2: The Departure, Dutch the Master

21. Foreign, Soulja Boy

22. The Outlet 2, Mr. Meredith

23. Fredo Kruger, Fredo Santana

24. Slime Flu 3, Vado

25. 100% Gutta, Lil’ B

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