That question is not just for hip-hop and its fans, because hip-hop’s fans are a diverse bunch. In addition to the white rappers who get all the attention, there is an underrated group of rappers who deserve to be listened to on this very list. Here are their names that I’ve chosen to honor and not forget:
Pheniboy is the only white rapper on my list whose music has any crossover appeal to a majority population. He has consistently made beats for the likes of Jeezy, 50 Cent, Jay Electronica, Biggie (and his many projects!), and Lil Wayne, but his best album is probably from 2011 called You Are the One.
No one knows who B-Boy really is, as it is unclear whether he is a real person or a product of an online game. In any event, B-Boy started out a DJ/producer who had success in the Atlanta area. His breakthrough record, 2013’s You’ll Be Back, is an ambitious and eclectic collection of electronic and hip-hop beats that features guest appearances from Nicki Minaj, Chance the Rapper, Travis Porter, and Chance the Rapper’s sister, Mackay.
M.A.C. is undoubtedly the most important rap artist of this generation. He’s the only rapper to have sold over 25 million albums worldwide, and has won two Grammy Awards as well. With a career spanning 20 years, he has a unique and interesting character to him. The dude has a unique voice, and if you are unable to distinguish between the two, it’s worth a watch on the Internet—he is a great rapper!
Jada Pinkett Smith
The only African American rapper on my list, Jada Pinkett Smith is probably my favorite example of diversity in the rap community. She has a unique perspective on life, and also is extremely active on social media. Her third album, The Death of Rap, is currently on my “watchlist”. Jada also has a Twitter account, where she offers great insight into topics within rap, like her feelings on the Black Lives Matter movement.
Kendrick is definitely the most influential “white rapper” of his era. His first record, Good Kid, M.A.A.D City, garnered huge response from both critics and consumers alike. That album has spawned countless sequels, and is
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