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Top Ten Rappers 2013

Pusha T​
Pusha T​

What is Pusha T’s net worth? The Story of Adidon rapper’s wealth revealed after Drake diss track. Pusha T's diss track The ... My Name is My Name in 2013. ...

Kanye West​
Kanye West​

2010: Kanye drops My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, indisputably one of the greatest rap records of all time, a pop masterpiece that is as vulnerable as it is bombastic, a theatrical production in every sense of the word.

source: complex.com
Eminem​
Eminem​

Best Rappers of 2013 ... The Top Ten. 1 Eminem Eminem, born Marshall Bruce Mathers III, is an American rapper, actor and music producer born on October 17, ...

Big Sean​
Big Sean​

Big Sean: 5 things about the rapper ... In 2013, Aura Gold, was announced and launched and it includes various types of men’s clothing, ...

Kendrick ​Lamar​
Kendrick ​Lamar​

Kendrick Lamar Duckworth (born June 17, 1987) is an American rapper and songwriter. Raised in Compton, California, Lamar embarked on his musical career as a teenager under the stage name K-Dot, releasing a mixtape that garnered local attention and led to his signing with indie record label Top Dawg Entertainment (TDE).

Drake​
Drake​

Drake is actually his middle name. And we get it — Aubrey Graham just isn't a great rapper name, TBH. 5. He's the biggest chart topper — for men. It's not just all talk and humble brags. As of August 2017, the indomitable Drake spent 51 consecutive weeks on the top 10 singles chart, setting a new record for male artists. The streak started in October 2015 with "Hotline Bling." Before Drake broke the mold, The Weeknd was close behind at 45 consecutive weeks in 2015.

source: sheknows.com
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J. Cole​
J. Cole​

Biggest Hits Between 2008-2013: J. Cole "Work Out" (2011), J. Cole "Lights Please" ... But even as he's continued to climb up the ranks of the hip-hop world, ...

source: complex.com
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Big K
Big K

Vote, add to, or comment on the Top Ten Underground Rappers of 2013. Top Ten Underground Rappers of 2013 The Top Ten. ... 5 Big K.R.I.T. Justin Scott, ...

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Joey BadA$$​
Joey BadA$$​

Joey Badass. Jo-Vaughn Virginie Scott (born January 20, 1995), better known by his stage name Joey Badass (stylized as Joey Bada$$), is an American rapper and actor. Raised in Brooklyn, New York, he is a founding member of the hip-hop collective Pro Era, with whom he has released three mixtapes.

Meek Mill​
Meek Mill​

A feud started between Meek Mill and fellow Philadelphia-born rapper Cassidy, when Mill offered to battle several underground rappers including Cassidy. Cassidy would later accept the challenge, adding "if the money was right".

A$AP Rocky​
A$AP Rocky​

Weeks after Yams' death, Rocky revealed that At. Long. Last. A$AP was executive-produced by rapper Juicy J, producer Danger Mouse, Rocky and Yams themselves. In 2014, Rocky appeared in a cameo role in the 2015 indie comedy-drama, Dope. The film premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival on January 21, 2015.

Chance The ​Rapper​
Chance The ​Rapper​

Chancelor Jonathan Bennett (born April 16, 1993), known professionally as Chance the Rapper, is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, actor, philanthropist, and record producer from the West Chatham neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois. In 2013, he began to gain recognition following the release of his second mixtape, Acid Rap.

Ab-Soul​
Ab-Soul​

Who says politically minded rap has to be focused on opening up the public’s "third eye?" Ab-Soul isn't one of the most popular rappers around by any means, but a few listens to some of his songs reveal that isn't a factor to him.

source: complex.com
Mac Miller​
Mac Miller​

During October 2013, Miller toured Europe with fellow rappers Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz. On October 31, 2013, Mac Miller released a new self-produced mixtape named Delusional Thomas. On December 17, 2013, Miller released his first live album, Live from Space.

Rick Ross​
Rick Ross​

Rick Ross performed at BET Awards 2011, which aired on June 26, 2011. He also received a nomination for Best Male Hip Hop Artist. In early 2012, Ross was named the Hottest MC in the Game. 2012 was another very successful year for Ross' career. He started the year by premiering his Rich Forever mixtape to universal acclaim.

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Lil Wayne​
Lil Wayne​

Like many other rappers, Lil Wayne and Tyler, the Creator have started their own clothing lines; while it’s lucrative to endorse someone else’s product, it’s maybe more important to have something of your own to sell, especially in times like this.

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Wale​
Wale​

The album's title, a play off the name of the movie Back to the Future, referred to the fact that a lengthy list of rappers joined Wale on the songs, including K'naan, Tamere Guess, Talib Kweli, Joell Ortiz, Beanie Sigel, Curren$y, J. Cole and Bun B.

2 Chainz​
2 Chainz​

2 Chainz was born Tauheed Epps in College Park, Georgia. He attended North Clayton High School, where he played basketball and graduated second in his class. While in high school, he dealt marijuana and was arrested for felony cocaine possession when he was 15 years old.

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Donald ​Glover​
Donald ​Glover​

Donald McKinley Glover Jr. was born on September 25, 1983 at Edwards Air Force Base in Kern County, California. He was raised in Stone Mountain, Georgia. His mother, Beverly (née Smith), is a retired daycare provider, and his father, Donald Glover Sr., is a retired postal worker. His parents also served as foster parents for 14 years.

T.I.​
T.I.​

In September 2013, T.I. was featured throughout Lil Wayne's twelfth solo mixtape Dedication 5. On September 1, 2013, it was revealed that T.I. would be featured on American pop star Lady Gaga's album ARTPOP, on the song "Jewels n' Drugs", alongside fellow American rappers Too Short and Twista.

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Earl ​Sweatshirt​
Earl ​Sweatshirt​

Sly later changed his rap name to Earl Sweatshirt and eventually joined Tyler's rap group Odd Future. Earl and Odd Future have been featured in mainstream magazines such as Spin, Billboard and The Fader. [citation needed] His debut mixtape, Earl, was self-released March 31, 2010 as a free digital download on the Odd Future website.

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50 Cent​
50 Cent​

In 2013, when most rap consumers look at 50 Cent, they see a guy with a bunch of businesses who was once a famed rapper, since gone cold. That's the most simple version of the story. The truth is that 50 hit the new millennium with the power of a nuclear bomb and redefined what it meant to be a superstar rapper forever.

source: complex.com
Jay-Z​
Jay-Z​

Jay-Z was the executive producer of The Rising Tied, the debut album of Fort Minor, the hip hop side project of Linkin Park rapper Mike Shinoda. Jay-Z also planned to retire in 2004.