He was certainly influential though.
He created a poppier, bubble gum, more radio-friendly sound that attracting a whole new crowd to hip-hop, which the grittier, darker, more complex hip-hop from the East Coast didn't appeal to.
Doesn't have anything on the RZA, or DJ Premier.
1996 - The Aftermath
1999 - The Chronic 2001
His 3 Best Albums
Man Vs. Machine
The Slim Shady LP