Rap Artists

Featuring spoken word lyrics over sometimes nothing more than a propulsive electronic beat, rap evolved from the sing-songy, disco-laden music of the Sugar Hill Gang into more hardcore, bare, and less recognizable incarnations. The music of Dr. Dre (a sub-genre called “G-Funk”) and the “gangsta rap” of his group N.W.A. were important developments for the future of rap music.
Artists Views Plays Fans Favoritessort icon Rating Fan
Sukrani
,
27 374 22 1
0
Fan
Young Presidents
Kannapolis, NC
68 318 2 1
4.5
Fan
UpHighLabel
North Omaha, NE
60 436 18 1
0
Fan
rex razor
abuja,
1 32 3 1
5
Fan
Layla Nichole
Seattle, WA
57 348 5 1
5
Fan
The Chubby Chasers
Torrance, CA
610 4,296 17 2
4
Fan
Qubn Blacq
Chicago/Orlando, FL
541 3,130 21 2
4.5
Fan
B.A.N.K.
Hartford, CT
1 460 4 2
0
Fan
Kaiju
Lexington, KY
267 3,935 9 2
0
Fan
KRAZEGRIZZLY/SHERREHA ...
pine bluff, AR
684 1,942 13 2
3
Fan
Lele aka Bad Bad
Columbia, SC
575 939 9 2
5
Fan
joe DOE
Hudson Valley, NY
303 2,781 10 2
0
Fan
Tremz
Oakdale, MN
244 49 4 2
0
Fan
A.E.
Chicago, IL
222 799 6 2
5
Fan
AntDaMan
Atlanta, GA
359 1,320 6 2
0
Fan
CR33P5H0W
Morristown, TN
220 714 9 2
0
Fan
goddbc
Las Vegas, NV
142 1,809 3 2
5
Fan
Drop Squad
Raleigh, NC
208 1,196 9 2
0
Fan
Dre Dub
West Palm Beach, FL
156 160 7 2
5
Fan
Throwed Always Cliq
Dfw, TX
112 35 4 2
5
Fan
P-Red
Boynton Beach, FL
378 13,285 21 2
5
Fan
BillfoldMusicGroup
Cincinnati, OH
128 735 7 2
0
Fan
Brandon Smith
Centralia, IL
223 1,970 2 2
5
Fan
Mid-Night (The Golden ...
Bristol, CT
137 947 7 2
0
Fan
Livewyre
Washington, DC
92 395 2 2
0
Fan
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