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Top 10 Most Famous Rappers in The World

Songs are a means of expression for singers and composers and means of entertainment for audience. Singing includes more than a genre, rapping has become so popular genre. It is liked by many people all over the world. If you are interested in rap songs and rappers, follow this list to get acquainted with the most famous rappers.

10 Will Smith:

This rapper made an instantaneous impact with his intersect hit “Parents Just Don’t Understand.” It won the Grammy award, set the stage for the magnetic wordsmith to make his changeover to acting as the star of the in style long-running sitcom.

9 Beastie Boys:

They are an American hip hop band belonging to New York City. Beastie Boys mostly ditched the genre for the sake of hip hop and rap rock, when they worked on their first studio album Licensed to Ill. The Beastie Boys are deemed very significant rock music scenes, by means of artists from Eminem to Rage Against the Machine to Sublime citing them as an power.

8 50 Cent:

He is an American rapper. All the way through his music career, 50 Cent has sold more than 30 million albums internationally and received many awards, as a Grammy Award, 13 Billboard Music Awards, 6 World Music Awards, 3 American Music Awards and four BET Awards. In 1996, the rapper star started rapping in a friend’s cellar. He made use of turntables to record over instrumentals.

7 Ice-T:

He is an American rapper and actor. He started his career as a rapper in the 80’s and was signed to Sire Records in 1987, at what time he released his first album Rhyme Pays. He established the metal band Body Count. Following exiting the Army, he desired to stay away from gang life and make himself a name as a disc jockey.

6 Diddy:

He is an American rapper, producer and actor, who was born in Harlem and raised in Mount Vernon, New York. Diddy recorded his initial commercial song as a rapper. His introductory single, “Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down”, was for 28 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, ranked the first.

5 Lauryn Hill:

She is an American singer, rapper and actress. Hill was a student in Columbia High School, in which she was an affiliate of the track team, a cheerleader. In 2004, Hill made a new song, called “The Passion”, to The Passion of the Christ: Songs.

4 Public Enemy:

It is an American hip hop band, who is famous for their politically charged criticism of the American media, with a vigorous interest in concerns of the African American group of people. Their initial 4 albums released during the late 1980s were all qualified either gold or platinum and deemed to be the most well-received rap act.

3 Rakim:

He is an American rapper, who began his career as the emcee of the rap couple Eric B. & Rakim, who in 2011 were elected for introduction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. His rapping has led the art to go forward by leaps and bounds. In 2012, he was ranked the first on the Source’s list of the ‘Top 50 Lyricists of All Time.

2 Eminem:

Eminem is an American rapper, record producer, and actor. Moreover, beside his solo career, Eminem is an element in the group D12. Eminem has sold over 155 million albums and singles, to be one of the world’s best-selling artists of all time.

1 Outkast:

They are an American hip hop duet formed in 1992, in East Point, Atlanta, Georgia, consisted of Atlanta-based rappers. Following formation the group in 1992, as high school students, Outkast released their first album Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik, in 1994, which was well-received after the single “Player’s Ball”.

Here are the most famous rappers, who according to some critics contributed in moving rapping forward.



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