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RAPPERS
EDUCATED RAPPER
UNDERGROUND RAPPERS
FEMALE RAPPERS
MEXICAN RAPPERS
WEST COAST RAPPERS
DRE
JAY-Z
ICE CUBE
NAS
EMINEM
DMX
LIL WAYNE
FAT JOE
RZA
TUPAC SHAKUR
PAPOOSE
TALIB KWELI
EAZY-E
GZA
MOBB DEEP
RAKIM
NATE DOGG
MOS DEF
PETE ROCK
SNOOP DOGG
JADAKISS
BIG PUN
CORMEGA
MC EIHT
WU-TANG CLAN
WC
DAZ DILLINGER
DJ PREMIER
KRS-ONE
KILLAH PRIEST
LIL KIM
BUSTA RHYMES
HAVOC
ICE-T
XZIBIT
BISHOP LAMONT
BLACK MILK
MC REN
GHOSTFACE KILLAH
JA RULE
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Rappers

  1. Rappers are banging on corporation doors, looking for shoe deals the way basketball players did in the 1980s and '90s. (Web site)
  2. Rappers are getting dropped left and right at labels these days.
  3. Rappers are getting profiled like crazy.

Educated Rapper

  1. Educated Rapper (born as Jeffrey Campbell, also known as "E.M.D.,") was a rapper in the hip-hop group UTFO, most famous for their song Roxanne, Roxanne. (Web site)
  2. Educated Rapper originally matriculated from City College of New York before UTFO signed their first record deal. (Web site)
  3. Hey Educated Rapper, here's wishing you a happy 4th of July and birthday.

Underground Rappers

  1. Joey ain't messing with Reed Dollaz, he is the best Philly as far as underground rappers are concerned. (Web site)
  2. They want that thug shit." In addition to Zion, several other underground rappers such as Boots Riley of The Coup, report nearly all white audiences.
  3. One of our favorite underground rappers drops a new record, and we take a look at some up and coming Brooklynites we think have great potential.

Female Rappers

  1. Female rappers were proving that they had a high place in Hip-Hop from the jump.
  2. Especially during a time when female rappers were praised more for their looks than for their lyrical ability.
  3. Still, one thing hasn't much changed since Latifah's 1989 debut: Female rappers are as scarce today as they were then, if not scarcer. (Web site)

Mexican Rappers

  1. Posted on Tuesday June 3rd, 2008 at 17:14 in mexican rappers.
  2. Posted on Tuesday July 8th, 2008 at 20:11 in mexican rappers.
  3. Posted on Tuesday April 22nd, 2008 at 17:14 in mexican rappers.

West Coast Rappers

  1. The gangsta rap super group Westside Connection was formed in 1993 by West Coast rappers Ice Cube, WC and Mack 10. (Web site)
  2. Many popular rappers, in particular West Coast rappers, have close ties to Crips gangs in L.A. County.
  3. With one EP, Planet Asia established himself as one of the more noteworthy West Coast rappers.
  4. East Coast hip hop appeared to be in such disarray, that in 1993, West Coast rappers sold three times as many records as their East Coast counterparts.
  5. Xzibit is a member of the West Coast Crew, a loose collective of West Coast rappers including Tha Alkaholiks and King Tee.

Dre

  1. Dre is a better producer than he is a rapper. (Web site)
  2. Dre is like 20 years in with this rap shyt 50 is a flea compared to dre. (Web site)
  3. Dre was good at putting it together.

Jay-Z

  1. Jay-Z is one of the rappers police have an eye on. +2
  2. Jay-Z is a big man to initiate that peace, so stop hatin'.
  3. Jay-Z is a part-owner of the New Jersey Nets NBA team paying a reported $4.5 million for his share.
  4. Jay-Z is one of the few MCs who command such respect that people feel compelled to dissect everything he says or does. (Web site)
  5. Jay-Z was appointed the head of Def Jam in early December, and his first official day on the job was January 3 . (Web site)

Ice Cube

  1. Ice Cube is a movie mogul.
  2. Ice Cube is an appropriate nickname for a man as multifaceted as O’Shea Jackson. (Web site)
  3. Ice Cube is one of the most enduring, versatile, controversial and engaging figures ever to emerge out of hip-hop. (Web site)
  4. Ice Cube was from C.I.A. and the Stereo Crew, and if you knew their style, they were like the Beastie Boys.
  5. Ice Cube was influenced by and took his name from African American pimp-turned-author Iceberg Slim, who published his autobiography Pimp in 1969.

Nas

  1. Nas is the best rapper alive. (Web site)
  2. Nas was featured on Kanye West 's album Late Registration on a song titled "We Major".
  3. Nas was featured on Kanye West's album Late Registration <i on a song titled "We Major".

Eminem

  1. Eminem - The most successful artist on the label released four albums under Aftermath Entertainment. +2
  2. Eminem is an American rapper, one of today's most popular and controversial rappers, and a Grammy and Oscar-winner. (Web site) +2
  3. Eminem is a mainstream rapper. (Web site) +2
  4. Eminem - The most successful artist on the label released four albums under Aftermath.
  5. Eminem is a famous fan for the NBA's Detroit Pistons. (Web site)

Dmx

  1. DMX is a fan of the pit bull breed of dogs.
  2. DMX is a new father.
  3. DMX is an Idiot and I’m not suprised by his comments and ignorance. (Web site)

Lil Wayne

  1. Lil Wayne is one of the most visible rappers of our time. (Web site)
  2. Lil Wayne was signed to CMR at the age of 10, and him and BG(than called Lil Doogie) was in a group called the B.G.'z.

Fat Joe

  1. Fat Joe is also a member of Terror Squad , which released their debut self-titled album in September 1999.
  2. Fat Joe is also a member of Terror Squad, which released their first, self-titled, album on September 21, 1999. (Web site)

Rza

  1. RZA was charged of attempted murder and represented himself without a lawyer back in 91. (Web site)
  2. RZA was charged with murder before 36 Chambers.
  3. RZA was the first to follow up on the success of 36 Chambers with a side project.

Tupac Shakur

  1. The late rapper Tupac Shakur trumpeted his favorite drink, "Thug Passion" -- Alize (a passion fruit and Cognac liqueur) mixed with Hennessy. (Web site) +2
  2. Tupac Shakur was a fan of the Wu-Tang Clan, and was trying to sign them to his upstart Makaveli Records label before his death. (Web site)
  3. Luniz were going to be featured on Tupac Shakur's One Nation project. (Web site)

Papoose

  1. Papoose is a man for stepping to Joe asking for a 1 on 1. (Web site)
  2. Papoose is the best out there right now.For all of you who doesn't understand the business,Papoose is a great artist who thinks for himself. (Web site)
  3. Papoose is the future. (Web site)
  4. Papoose was not charged after he voluntarily surrendered the key to authorities. (Web site)
  5. Papoose was sanctioned and will not be able to visit his fiancee Remy Ma for 6 months. (Web site)

Talib Kweli

  1. Talib Kweli - The Beautiful Struggle, moet wel goed zijn, ken ook al een aantal nrs van het album.

Eazy-E

  1. Eazy-E was a great person and rapper, and will always be remembered for what he did, not for what he did not do. +2
  2. Eazy-E was a Kelly Park Compton Crip during his teen years, and he openly associated himself with other Crips.
  3. Eazy-E was a character named Sleazy-E which was running around desperately trying to get money.
  4. Eazy-E was a successful drug dealer who had money to burn and an enthusiastic mind for business, and the two soon left Yella back in the Wreckin' Cru. (Web site)
  5. Eazy-E was also noticed when he released "Str8 Off Tha Streetz of Muthaphu—in Compton," that tells about who he really is.

Gza

  1. He was extensively mentored by the GZA during his early days with the group, evident in the similar flow they both employ. (Web site)
  2. He is signed to GZA 's small label Liquid Swords Entertainment. (Web site)
  3. After the Wu-Tang Clan's second album together, Wu-Tang Forever, GZA released Beneath the Surface in 1999 (see 1999 in music).

Mobb Deep

  1. Mobb Deep are a hip hop duo which consists of rappers Havoc and Prodigy.
  2. Mobb Deep is a hip hop duo that consists of Havoc and Prodigy.
  3. Mobb Deep is one of my favorite groups. (Web site)
  4. Mobb Deep were the highlight to me, although Havoc did sound better on stage, while Prodigy was sometimes hard to hear. (Web site)

Rakim

  1. Rakim was the first rapper to get a million dollar contract(unconfirmed?).
  2. There are some big names in the history of hip hop such as MC Rakim, KRS or Big Daddy Kane.
  3. Then along came Kool G Rap, GZA, Big Daddy Kane, Rakim, NAS and Cormega that made us recognize that we too are capable of greatness. (Web site)

Nate Dogg

  1. On September 15, 2008, dubcnn.com reported Nate Dogg had suffered a second stroke. (Web site)
  2. In 1991 Nate Dogg, his cousin Snoop Dogg,[ 2] and their friend Warren G, formed a rap trio called 213. (Web site)
  3. In 2002, Nate Dogg appeared on a celebrity episode of the Weakest Link making it to the last three players before being eliminated by Xzibit and Young MC. (Web site)

Mos Def

  1. Mos Def is a real dude and that's reak talk we gotta be there to support our ppl.
  2. Mos Def was able to toggle between acting and rapping.
  3. Mos Def was also featured on Rawkus' influential Lyricist Lounge and Soundbombing series of compilations.
  4. Mos Def was like the only star to talk and show support in public.
  5. Mos Def was long gone, and Hi-Tek was off focusing on his own solo career as a for-hire producer.

Pete Rock

  1. Pete Rock is something great. (Web site)

Snoop Dogg

  1. Snoop Dogg is a hip-hop star who shot to fame after being a featured rapper on Dr. Dre 's 1992 album The Chronic. (Web site)
  2. Snoop Dogg was arrested again on October 26, 2006 at Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, California while parked in a passenger loading zone. (Web site)
  3. Snoop Dogg was arrested along with a woman after the pair reportedly "reeked" of marijuana. (Web site)

Jadakiss

  1. Jadakiss is one of three owners of the imprint known as D- Block.
  2. Jadakiss: All the publicity is good. (Web site)

Big Pun

  1. Big Pun was born Christopher Rios on November 10, 1971, and grew up in the South Bronx's Puerto Rican community.

Cormega

  1. Cormega was excluded from the project, however, replaced by fellow Queensbridge rapper Nature. +2
  2. Cormega was replaced with another artist, Nature, because either he would not sign a contract with Stoute or Stoute felt Nature was a better rapper. +2
  3. Cormega was first brought to the hip-hop world's attention in 1994.

Mc Eiht

  1. MC Eiht: Like I said, I ain't tryin' to disappoint the fans just to try to cross over to have the lake behind my house. (Web site)
  2. MC Eiht: The state of the Rap game now is just wishy washy, man, because there's a lot of perpetration. (Web site)
  3. MC Eiht: To tell you the truth I listen to all old stuff. (Web site)

Wu-Tang Clan

  1. The Wu-Tang Clan is a New York City-based hip-hop musical group, consisting of nine American rappers. +2
  2. Wu-Tang Clan is a New York-based rap group, consisting of nine American rappers.
  3. After the failure of his album, GZA teamed with an old friend, Ol` Dirty Bastard, to form the crew that would evolve into the Wu-Tang Clan within a year. (Web site)
  4. The nine rappers made a pact to a form an artistic and financial community -- the Wu-Tang Clan wouldn't merely be a group, it would be its own industry. (Web site)
  5. The Wu-Tang Clan is a pioneering hardcore rap group, originally from Staten Island, New York, USA (Staten Island is referred to as Shaolin in their lyrics). (Web site)

Wc

  1. Banks laces them up with a mobb-style-yet-funky beat, and J-Dubb and WC kill the track with harsh, relentless flows.
  2. Known for his long braided goatee, sharp lyricism, and crip walking, WC has been a staple in West Coast gangsta rap since the early 1990s.
  3. We will have uncut footage of the DJ Quik and WC scene, Kurupt and Roscoe c-walking together, Fred Wreck doing magic tricks to DJ Quik, and much much more. (Web site)

Daz Dillinger

  1. Daz Dillinger is one of the most outspoken gangsters out of DPGC and continues to keep it totally gangsta.

Dj Premier

  1. DJ Premier is one of the best producers out there. (Web site)
  2. DJ Premier was fully responsible for the production of Jeru the Damaja ---s debut and second album. (Web site)
  3. DJ Premier was fully responsible for the production of Jeru the Damaja ---s first two albums, " The Sun Rises in the East " and " Wrath of the Math ".
  4. DJ Premier was fully responsible for the production of Jeru the Damaja ---s first two albums. (Web site)

Krs-One

  1. KRS-ONE was the only rapper at the time symbolizin' himself with a number by sayin' he was number one. (Web site)
  2. KRS-One was the primary motivation behind the HEAL compilation and the Stop the Violence Movement.
  3. Krs-One is part of Boogie Down Productions, whose song, "My Philosophy" made the list. (Web site)

Killah Priest

  1. Killah Priest is a tangential associate of the Wu-Tang Clan.
  2. Killah Priest was there and he-s a GZA student.

Lil Kim

  1. Female MC's like Foxxy Brown and Lil` Kim became successful while Bahamadia faded into obscurity.
  2. He has been described as the male Lil Kim and the white Eminem.
  3. Unlike Lil` Kim and Foxy Brown, Da Bra-ta-ta skewered sexuality early on in her career. (Web site)

Busta Rhymes

  1. Busta Rhymes was in court earlier this week charged with assault.
  2. Busta Rhymes was to be the marquee performer at the arena this Saturday.

Havoc

  1. In addition, Martin has the title track "Welcome to Havoc", featured in Havoc, a film starring Anne Hathaway. (Web site)
  2. June Havoc is an actress.
  3. Ron Artest grew up in the same Queensbridge housing projects that Nas, MC Shan, Havoc, and others did.

Ice-T

  1. After Born Dead in 1994, Ice-T's music has contained much less political commentary than before.
  2. Ice-T also made an appearance in a reality television showin the early 2000s, an episode of the MTV show, Cribs. (Web site)
  3. As for Soulja Boy, Ice-T apologized for the 'eat a dick'-comment, but continued to state that Soulja Boy's music is garbage.

Xzibit

  1. Xzibit is a member of the Likwit Crew, a loose collective of West Coast rappers including Tha Alkaholiks and King Tee citation needed.
  2. Xzibit is a member of the West Coast Crew, a loose collective of West Coast rappers including Tha Alkaholiks and King Tee.
  3. Xzibit is the main player's "guide" in NFL Street 2 and appears as a quarterback, and is also the narrator of the tutorial mode.
  4. Xzibit was also featured in a guest role as a rapper on the U.S. crime drama CSI: Miami.

Bishop Lamont

  1. However, Bishop Lamont assures that he and The Game have no substantial beef. (Web site)
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Black Milk

  1. Black Milk was recently interviewed by Cream.cz. (Web site)
  2. Black Milk: The music does keep us competitive, you know I see El and his lyrics and it makes me pick my pen up.

Mc Ren

  1. MC Ren is the stage name of Lorenzo Jerald Patterson a rapper and hip hop producer.
  2. Mc Ren is one of my favourite rappers in fact maybe even my favourite rapper. (Web site)

Ghostface Killah

  1. Finally, Ghostface Killah issued his well-received sophomore set, Supreme Clientele, in January 2000. (Web site)
  2. First heard on Ghostface Killah's Ironman album, and later on RZA's "Bobby Digital" projects.
  3. Members of the group also made appearances on albums by Rae's fellow Clansmen Ghostface Killah and Method Man. (Web site)

Ja Rule

  1. Ja Rule is like 5'2", 130, bench presses about 90 pounds. (Web site)

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