GQ magazine has named Kanye West's critically-heralded My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy as their best album of the 21st century. 

"It could've been any one of the seven albums West released this century, as fascinating a catalog of celebrity, triumph, love, loss, terrible puns, pretty decent puns, that was ever fucking put together by a single artist," GQ says. "MBDTF was just the record where he talked about all those things at once—a portrait of a man seizing the spotlight, drowning in it, and then somehow finding a way to turn that harrowing experience into art. Anybody who wants to be famous or make music for a living—or do both at the same time—should be forced to listen to MBDTF first. The rest of us are free to enjoy it for the bloody, hard-won, titanic achievement that it is."

Also appearing on the list are Outkast's Stankonia (2000) in third place, Ghostface's Supreme Clientele (2000) in tenth, Jay-Z's The Blueprint (2001) in twelfth, and J Dilla's Donuts (2006) just barely making the cut at number nineteen. 

View the full list here. 

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