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 Favorites Rating Fan
Slain Illuzion
Huntington Beach, CA
85 1,199 8 3
0
Fan
N'Playaz
Beverly Hills, CA
103 1,826 7 8
5
Fan
J-DAWG
Bessemer, AL
258 1,567 12 7
4
Fan
Hustlin -By- Nature
Oklahoma City, OK
35 0 0
0
Fan
BombSqwaddTNT
Columbus, MS
54 0 0
0
Fan
Nahlege
Poughkeepsie, NY
50 473 3 0
0
Fan
Young Quay
Frisco, TX
79 319 6 1
4
Fan
TRAP-EM
Battle Creek, MI
41 1 0
0
Fan
Mic Distruction
Oxford ,
77 169 3 2
0
Fan
Jack Rabbit
Chesapeake, VA
89 575 9 3
0
Fan
Alpha
Philadelphia, PA
373 16,383 70 45
4.5
Fan
Slictop
Virginia Beach, VA
336 6,546 20 5
4
Fan
e jizzo
New Haven, CT
46 0 0
0
Fan
D-roc
New Orleans, LA
75 0 0
0
Fan
Thief Da High Priest
Milwaukee, WI
48 26 1 0
5
Fan
Stoned Monkeys
Lanciano,
97 297 5 2
4
Fan
Young$P.o.v
,
44 0 0
0
Fan
Shawn Bland
Virginia Beach, VA
128 2,008 33 4
4.5
Fan
v X d
London - Belfast - Miami, FL
53 1 0
0
Fan
MFast
Marietta, GA
31 186 4 1
0
Fan
Young Marly
Canton, OH
125 1,656 6 1
5
Fan
D-CAGE
Albion, MI
285 8,250 17 4
5
Fan
Reminisce
Lagos,
106 595 6 3
5
Fan
Young Lane
Millsboro, DE
65 6,442 10 2
5
Fan
Rocks To Def
Millsboro, DE
86 449 5 0
0
Fan
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