The Tri-State’s Favorite Album from the Early 2000s
We asked the Tri-State what the best album of the early 2000s was, and we officially have a winner!
During The Rob's Radio Show with Maddie West, the topic came up of the favorite albums from the first decade of the 2000s. There were several fantastic albums during those 10 years, but we narrowed it down to nine.
Taylor Swift: Fearless
Eminem: The Eminem Show
Lil Wayne: Tha Carter III
NSync: No Strings Attached
50 Cent: Get Rich or Die Tryin'
Nelly: Country Grammar
Katy Perry: Teenage Dream
Justin Timberlake: Future Sex Love Sounds
We polled the audience on air and on Facebook and the results were varied.
However, one album stood out against the others by at least a few...
Well, there you have it. Eminem's The Eminem Show won the overall vote with seven total votes. Runner up was Usher's Confessions with six votes. Rounding out the top three was Nelly's Country Grammar. This has restored our faith in music 110%.
We wonder what people will say this decade's best album was 10 years from now...