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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Slictop
Virginia Beach, VA
328 6,540 20 5
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Young Quay
Frisco, TX
79 319 6 1
4
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J-DAWG
Bessemer, AL
258 1,567 12 7
4
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Stack Holders
Burlington, NJ
117 1,183 7 4
4
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Mr Junn
Buffalo, NY
79 6 3
4
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Blevins
Kingsport, TN
86 330 2 0
4
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Prophet-Z
Brooklyn, NY
186 2,635 29 5
4
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E-Klass
Savannah, GA
116 3,444 6 3
4
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Ying Da Boss
Fredericksburg, VA
77 1,340 5 2
4
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Chazerah Beach
Defuniak Springs, FL
88 933 29 5
4
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YP
Louisville, KY
64 1,364 11 3
4
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LK
Tampa, FL
29 21 0 0
4
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Thug Poet
Providence, RI
46 356 3 2
4
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TERROR
North Hollywood, CA
27 120 1 0
4
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CYRUS DA VIRUS
LONDON, U.K.
102 211 4 1
4
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Black N.A.M.
Beckley, WV
42 297 3 2
4
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Play It Through
Denver, CO
25 27 0 0
4
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GEMINI KILLER
Brooklyn, NY
314 2,781 55 8
4
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Cazualtyz
Baltimore, MD
103 795 13 1
4
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Burn One Project
Flushing, MI
132 691 0 0
4
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The Demon SIKK
Chicago, IL
118 1,280 32 9
4
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Nightshift Supreme
Chadds Ford, PA
181 2,586 9 0
4
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Tony Dutch
Greenville, SC
226 3,514 40 8
4
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LL Coogi
Milwaukee, WI
22 235 7 0
4
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Dutch Poet
Florence, SC
27 137 7 1
4
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