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.
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montecarlovon
Gary, In
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K. LaRock
Upstate: 607/ Newport ..., NY/VA
49 0 0
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Dead.Silence
Houston, TX
381 2 0
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Anthem
Vancouver, WA
54 0 0
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Dommetric Glenn
Warren, Ar
77 0 0
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c.lo
San Antonio, TX
47 0 0
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24-7
Garland, TX
70 1 0
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KING ERIC III (KING A ...
Brooklyn, NY
59 0 0
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v X d
London - Belfast - Miami, FL
53 1 0
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Young$P.o.v
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44 0 0
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D-roc
New Orleans, LA
75 0 0
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e jizzo
New Haven, CT
46 0 0
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TRAP-EM
Battle Creek, MI
41 1 0
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BombSqwaddTNT
Columbus, MS
54 0 0
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Hustlin -By- Nature
Oklahoma City, OK
35 0 0
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Mr Junn
Buffalo, NY
79 6 3
4
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Prospekt
Original Killah City(405), OK
78 0 0
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Tha Yard Entertainmen ...
Beltsville, MD
32 0 0
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MR.HAMO
New Brunswick, NJ
44 1 0
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Ill-Nois/Domination
Belleville, IL
38 2 0
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sea flo
Archer, FL
51 0 0
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Twice the Hype
Washington, DC
61 2 0
0
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Dolla J
Beaufort, SC
38 0 0
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2H
Beverly, NJ
48 2 0
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Young Wordz
Syracuse, NY
43 3 0
0
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