TOP 10 RAPPERS

Misspellings are expectable.
  1. 1.
    MF DOOM
    His word play, references and flow. Some of my favorite projects of his include "TICK TICK", "More Rhymin" and "The Drop"
  2. 2.
    Capital Steez
    R.I.P I feel like Steez could have been one of today's most respected mc's. He was in a group called Pro Era and enjoyed a lot of his music such as "Vibe Rating", and "Free The Robots".
  3. 3.
    Immortal Technique
    Immortal Technique is one of those rappers who you just have to respect, he raps a lot about politics the government. I enjoy his sort of rough tone of voice, his story's that he tells in his music and over all knowledge. Some of my favorite projects of his include the following, "Dancing With The Devil", "Peruvian Cocaine" and "Dominant Species".
  4. 4.
    Wu-Tang Clan
    It's the Wu-Tang clan I know that this is a group but it definitely deserved a spot in this top ten. Again some of my favorite songs include "Bring the Ruckus", "Protect Yo Neck", and "Reunited". I couldn't help but include my favorite members. ODB (Ol dirty bastard) - Brooklyn Zoo, Rza - you can't stop me now, GZA - Liquid Swords, Reakwon - Fish.
  5. 5.
    N.W.A
    Just for shits and gigs another group who I can say is the one who started it. FYI I am going to include Dr.Dre and Ice Cube in the list.
  6. 6.
    Ice Cube
    West side Gangsta Rap, enough said.
  7. 7.
    NAS
    Rap genius. Things that attract me to his music include his flow, what he raps about, and his ability to get a heavy message across.
  8. 8.
    Kanye West
    Yeezy 2020
  9. 9.
    Dr.Dre
    His beats (not the headphones) and his form of just some classic original rapping ability. Although his resent album "Compton" wasn't as hot as I expected but still a solid album.
  10. 10.
    Biggie Smalls
    What can I say about B.I.G? He was the king of Brooklyn and all of the east coast, he was a freestyle genius and was even better when partnered up with Pac. "Where Brooklyn At?", "Kick in the door", "Suicidal Thoughts", "Machine Gun Funk", and last but not least "Notorious Thugs".