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Europe xxxtentacion_still_alive 
Yung Gravy /closed
2019-01-14 01:46
Lil pump
2019-01-14 01:48
2st
2019-01-14 01:48
No Ice-Cube best tfu
2019-01-14 01:49
No sorry
2019-01-14 01:49
Old rap 10000000000000000% much better
2019-01-14 01:50
If you listen old rap its easy. Big L and Nas
2019-01-14 01:51
idk I prefer Eminem Ice Cube.50cent,FlowRida,sometimes a$app,and of course eazy-e
2019-01-14 01:53
nice
2019-01-14 01:55
#18
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Other tdsh1 
bait lul
2019-01-14 02:05
Agree old rap is better My favorite old school rapper is Lil Pump and 6ix9ine
2019-01-14 01:53
ok 13 y old kid
2019-01-14 01:54
#52
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Philippines legbreaker 
baited
2019-01-14 03:08
ESKITIT
2019-01-14 01:58
my fart> any rapper
2019-01-14 01:56
#13
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South Africa 419Blackman 
kendrick or eminem
2019-01-14 01:58
6ix9ine
2019-01-14 01:58
6ix9ine rapper pick one
2019-01-14 02:01
#37
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Brazil h8er^_^ 
he means best raper
2019-01-14 02:22
i pick jail
2019-01-14 02:49
#20
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Other tdsh1 
audible cancer =/= music i'm sorry
2019-01-14 02:06
#16
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Brazil MITOElementt 
Easy for Em
2019-01-14 02:03
#23
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Other tdsh1 
biased detected
2019-01-14 02:08
#17
allu | 
United States muffinner 
GOATs: 1. Biggie 2. Kendrick Lamar 3. Jay Z 4. Kanye West 5. Nas/Tupac
2019-01-14 02:05
#19
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HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
2019-01-14 02:05
#29
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United States muffinner 
i guess you're an em fan huh. He'd be in my top 10 (at 6 or 7), and it's justified that you would think that but here's why I don't think he's in the top 5: 1. great rhymes but bad lyrics. You can use lots of innovative rhymes and rhyme schemes, but that doesn't make your lyrics good. With rappers like biggie, tupac, kendrick, kanye and nas, many of their songs act somewhat as essays, where every bar serves to support a point or move a story forward. eminem's songs are usually tangled messes of metaphors and crude wordplay. when he is introspective his songs generally aren't concise and don't make a point (with a few exceptions) 2. impact. I'd say eminem has made a big impact on the rap game but not as much as some of the rappers in my top 5. whereas jay z, kanye, and tupac had huge effects on styles and trends in the rap game, eminem's only lasting impact is paving the way for modern white rappers 3. production. again, eminem doesn't have bad production, but every rapper on this list except for many tupac has had great production, with kanye and jayz having masterful, memorable, impactful production, and with nas and kendrick being more experimental w/ it. In eminem songs, the lyrics are the main attraction, but with rappers on this top 5, the production is good enough to equal the great lyrics. again i think eminem is a great rapper but he isnt a top 5 goat imo
2019-01-14 02:15
#40
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So what? Eminem is also a 6 for me, still: Why the fuck are you claming to attack Eminem? Have you checked my list by any chance? 1. You're still attacking Em, zzzz. I agree with you in such a way about Eminem because some of his works are actually mediocre. I can pretty much tell you that into a top 100 hip hop songs of all time he barely appears in this one. But discography, awards, overall impact.. One of things i love the most in Kendrick is that he also brought funk in some of his musics, one of the things i hate is that he has became mainstream. 2. JAY Z and Kanye more impactant than Eminem? Eminem all long 2000's he gave us The SSLP, The MMLP and The Eminem Show He inspired pretty much of nowadays rappers and one of them is Kendrick. Plus Logic, Joyner, Hopsin, NF. 3. Nas's magnificent production is due to some DJS such as Premier But, still: JAY Z and Kanye's? Could you mention it out? JAY Z - Takeover, 99 Problems these are the best beats of his songs i know. For Kanye, POWER and Stronger. But i really don't think that the production itself of both rappers have been better than Lose Yourself, not including Sing For The Moment, which is, in fact(we can argue about it though) best Em's song, but this song is a sample of a classic rock as you must know.
2019-01-14 02:28
#46
allu | 
United States muffinner 
ok I'm just gonna defend kanye here because I acknowledge that Jay Z doesn't belong in the top 5 (but he does belong in the top 10). I'll defend him in the three ways I used above lyricism: Nowadays, I'll admit, he duplicates more than he innovates, but he had some incredible bars in some of his earlier albums. He had some great bars that, while not being overly complex, proved his points well and were entertaining and innovative. You can see examples of this on College Dropout, Late Registration, and MBDTF. This is probably the weakest aspect of him though, I could name a dozen rappers who have better lyrics than him impact: kanye is the source of 50% of mainstream rap nowadays (lil wayne the other 50%). drake blatantly copied his production style on 808 and heartbreak for his earlier works and much of his production is derived from it. travis scott was mentored by Kanye, and young thug (the main creator of the mainstream trap sound) has cited him as an inspiration. His persona has affected pop culture in a way that no other rapper has, and his overall fame can be comparable to some of the biggest rock/pop stars. production: kanye is the best producer of all time. period. where his lyrics fail, his production makes up for it. his excellent yet accessible production in his first 2 albums revitalized soulful rap and brought it to a mainstream audience, his glossy, electronic production in graduation and 808s changed pop-rap and since the late 00s, his style is heard in almost every rap hit. in mbdtf, he combined all of these aspects to make (in my mind) the best produced rap album of all time and a top 10 rap album period. In Yeezus, he made a great album with completely unique production, somehow making the minimalist beats convey huge emotional value, and since then, his beats have continued to be excellent and diverse his production has been consistently high quality for the last 15 years, and he has swapped between styles and genres while maintaining that quality.
2019-01-14 02:47
#51
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Other tdsh1 
I'm fan of these 6 rappers you mentioned plus Eminem. lyricism: Indeed, old Kanye will never return, Late Registration is pretty much of an... overhyped album imo. College Dropout and MBDTF are indeed amazing, good albums(Graduation still best imo.), but, still, what's so special about LR(except for Gold Digger, hahaha) Kanye is one more of the sorta rapper who became mainstream, that's sad, Life Of Pablo was a very good album by the way, Kanye lost pretty much of my admiration when he started to rap with 6ix9ine to be honest. impact: 808s, back then, and nowadays, well, it's already over 10 years it has been released, by the way, some of his songs are funny as fuck and entertaining as fuck. Very good album i like, and it was indeed impactant to our generation and mainstream rap, it's true, and i consent by the way. Production: Here we got a point that i will have to drastically disconsent to you. I love his production, but i understand when you mention him out this way without having a more expanded knowledge. Do you know DJ Premier and RZA? I already know Kanye's production, but if you mention me his best produced songs i will appreciate, despite i know a lot. Still: Nas Is Like, N.Y. State Of Mind, MCS act like they don't know, The Format - DJ Premier C.R.E.A.M, Protect Ya Neck, Triumph, Da Mystery Of Chessboxin', Liquid Swords - RZA Swimming Pools, Bitch Don't Kill My Vibe, Straight Outta Compton, Express Yourself, Fuck Tha Police, Nuthin' But A "G" Thang - Dr. Dre. By the way, i need to listen to Yeezus + MBDTF fully, Yeezus i think that was pretty much of an average album tbh, MBDTF from the songs i know, i acknowledge it's amazing. Stronger from Kanye indeed revolutionized pop rap. We still had some disconsensus, the earliest work from Kanye i know is Takeover, which is one of the illest beats i have ever seen to be honest. Lyrically that diss is sorta mediocre but Kanye pretty much saved that, he's a genius, i still love Takeover as a hype-song though
2019-01-14 03:05
3. Jay Z lmao
2019-01-14 02:08
#24
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i don't know what's worst, 2. Kendrick, 3. JAY Z or Kanye as 4th Kendrick barely gets into a top 50 lmao
2019-01-14 02:09
Yeah but Kendrick maybe top 10 to be honest
2019-01-14 02:11
#27
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Other tdsh1 
Why?
2019-01-14 02:12
his work is incredible, from the lyric to the production. Also a rapper who is always active
2019-01-14 02:21
#31
allu | 
United States muffinner 
what the fuck? kendrick not in top 50? he is the least controversial person on my list. if you've listened to rap in the last 8 years you'd know why. his last 3 albums (out of 4 total) have been incredibly critically acclaimed; he already has as many masterpieces as eminem. you can argue against jay z or kanye but not kdot man
2019-01-14 02:17
#33
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I understand what you're trying to point out. But do you think really think that i don't know GKMC, TPAB, Section.80 and other good albums of his? I like his music, his discography will never be comparable to Rakim's or Nas's for example, Rakim is retired almost 10 years and doesn't matters what Kendrick does in next 50 years, he will never get to his level. It's not all about lyrics, though, if you want to talk about critics, have you checked the reception of the biggest labels and magazines of hip hop about Paid in Full, Enter The Wu Tang, Illmatic, for example? It Was Written, etc..... We are talking about way different levels man.
2019-01-14 02:19
#41
allu | 
United States muffinner 
I guess it's just about perspective man. I don't know rakim too much so I can't speak on him, but consistency to me is a big part of being a GOAT. That's why eminem isn't on there, that's why nas is #5 instead of top 3. I also just don't see the impact that rappers like rakim and the people in wu tang have had. enlighten me if you can, but while I see tupac and biggie spawning a generation of great rappers, and kanye and jay z defining mainstream hip hop for a decade, I don't see any clear cut examples of the impact that lyricists like wu tang and rakim have had. again, I only experienced the rap game from the tail end of the 90s, so if you know any examples of their impact you can tell me
2019-01-14 02:29
#44
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About Rakim we can start by the fact that he released his debut album back at 87. He was amazing all long 80's and 90's. I recommend you: I Know You Got Soul Know The Ledge Paid In Full. Rakim i talk mostly about his discography overall, plus magnificent lyrics. Paid In Full album was pretty much of an inspiration to some rappers, even for Eminem, as an example, all this shit back at 90's, he also used to sample funk and jazz in his songs usually, used to bring an essence of undergroud hip hop to streets, and, consequently, he also gave us some rappers, i already mentioned Eminem, but i really think that JAY Z took pretty much of his style, though. About Nas, Illmatic back at 94 was the main inspiration to JAY Z, the biggest hit of JAY-Z'S debut album, "Dead Presidents", samples and interpolates "The World Is Yours", which is, in my opinion, the greatest hip hop song of all time. Later Nas denied a sample of his(which JAY Z asked) and JAY Z started throwing shots at Nas, indirectly. After Memphis Bleek in 2000's gave more "heavy shots" JAY Z had came with a diss in 2001, Takeover. Still, he almost got fucked up, he could have barely had his career ended with "Ether", and i'm not even kidding. The beef ended in 2005, but, still, Nas has never lost a beef, 50 cent also attacked him and got fucked up. You wanna know something? JAY Z was obsessed with Nas, in "Takeover", which was pretty much of a mediocre diss(claims a lot of lies, etc.) which is also a track from 2001, JAY Z claimed Nas discography was trash, but he still would never admit he loved Nas style. 50 cent, on other hand, got fucked up too and some years later he admitted in an interview that his favorite hip hop verse of all time belongs to Nas's "The Message". Nas released in 96 It Was Written, this album doesn't gets the recognition it deserves. Nas doesn't has a single bad album, and he was pretty much of an inspiration to Kendrick too, if you don't know. I will recommend you, in case you don't know: The World Is Yours N.Y. State Of Mind The Message Nas Is Like It Ain't Hard To Tell Now, why is he the G.O.A.T.(imo, and of many) In his debut album he impacted entire hip hop, and he wrote that shit back at when he was fucking 19. There are also similar cases to Rakim for ex, or Ice Cube. Imagine, a debut album which is considered the greatest? Also his lyrics are amazing too, pretty much focused at social problems, sometimes things of our life, such as love, totally concious hip hop motivational, etc.
2019-01-14 02:43
Kendrick has probably the best conceptual album of all time
2019-01-20 14:17
#59
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Other tdsh1 
Sorry, but no, just no. If it is your opinion then it is fine, by the way
2019-01-20 22:50
#34
allu | 
United States muffinner 
it's a bit of a stretch, ur right. maybe i should've put wu tang or mf doom up there instead. still, he's probably a top 10 goat, he's released 2-3 masterpieces and has continually had an impact on the rap game since the late 90s. he's in the same vein as eminem in terms of consistency and longevity
2019-01-14 02:20
top 10 agreed
2019-01-14 02:26
Kanye...
2019-01-14 02:50
#22
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Other tdsh1 
1. Nas 2. Rakim 3. GZA 4. Ice Cube 5. Prodigy something like this.
2019-01-14 02:08
#28
f0rest | 
Argentina enzo27Q 
You laugh a lot but you put Nas, Rakim, GZA, Ice Cube and Prodigy over Tupac lol
2019-01-14 02:14
#30
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Other tdsh1 
hltv.org/forums/threads/1942881/2pac-not.. You're retarded fam, i'm sorry. If you show up any argumentation i destroy you easily.
2019-01-14 02:15
#32
f0rest | 
Argentina enzo27Q 
Shit list boy. Even Eminem is better than all those rappers
2019-01-14 02:17
#36
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Other tdsh1 
LMAO You have never heard of Liquid Swords prolly and you want to talk shit because you enjoy dicksucking mainstream rappers such as Pac. By the way, i bet you don't even know over 5 Pac albums and you are talking shit because you met him by Ambitionz Az A Ridah. What Nas did in his 2 years after his debut album(Illmatic + It Was Written) 2Pac didn't do in 15 years(91-2006). You're dumb and ignorant about hip hop, have you ever heard of RUN-DMC, ATCQ, LL COOL J? Also, have you ever heard of R U Still Down? You're ignorant about Hip Hop. Don't even try.
2019-01-14 02:29
#25
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newschool rappers: 1. Kendrick Lamar 2. Logic 3. NF 4. J Cole 5. I don't know, to be honest, probably Joyner Lucas
2019-01-14 02:11
1. Kendrick 2. J Cole 3. Travis 4. Joey Badass 5. ASAP Rocky
2019-01-14 02:36
#38
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Greece Poor_Noob 
ice cube cause boyz n the hood was a good movie
2019-01-14 02:23
#42
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Cruising down the street at my 64(...) THE BOYZ N THA HOOD ARE ALWAYS HARD YOU COME TALKING THE TRASH WE'LL PULL YOUR CARD
2019-01-14 02:30
#45
gla1ve | 
Tunisia @BOLT 
/open post malone /close
2019-01-14 02:44
#49
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France kennySsSsS 
bones sesh
2019-01-14 02:51
G-eazy easily...
2019-01-14 02:52
#53
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Brazil MITOElementt 
Mgk is funkin' salty cus young Gerald's balls-deep inside of Halsey
2019-01-20 13:24
MGK is salty because G-eazy is way better.
2019-01-20 16:53
#54
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World ///fuck 
suicideboys = best rappers
2019-01-20 13:28
vinnie paz(italian roots tho...:D)
2019-01-20 13:31
#56
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Latvia RAIN_CLAN 
ariana grande
2019-01-20 13:34
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