Hip hop artist with music videos for popular songs including "That's On Me," "Goin Thru Some Thangs," "Up One" and "Flava" which could be found on the YouTube channels HalfpintFilmz and WorldStarHipHop.
Rapper better known as D.V.G. He rose to fame posting his original music to his self-titled YouTube channel. He released his debut EP, Hold Me to It, to iTunes in September 2015.
Member of the Vancouver-based rap group Swollen Members. His third studio album, Silver Tongue Devil, was released in 2015.
Hip hop artist and producer who first became known for rapping over the beats of other popular rap songs. He has sampled the rap styles of <a title='Xxxtentacion' href='/famous/xxxtentacion.htm'>Xxxtentacion</a> and <a title='Ski Mask the Slump God' href='/famous/ski-mask-the-slump-god.htm'>Ski Mask the Slump God</a>.
Rapper who was known for his success in the New York underground hip-hop movement of the 1990s and 2000s. He produced mainly mixtapes. On June 11th, 2007, he was shot twice and killed in Queens, New York.
Rapper and member of the Chicago based group SaveMoney, which is made up of several artists including most famously <a title='Chance the Rapper' href='/famous/chance-rapper.htm'>Chance the Rapper</a> and <a title='Vic Mensa' href='/famous/vic-mensa.htm'>Vic Mensa</a>. He is also known for his solo career with albums such as The Wood and his EP Westside.
Rapper who combines reggae and hip-hop styles on releases like Faccio Quello Che Voglio (2007) and L'ultimo Tango (2015). Before going solo, he performed as a member of the group Azhilo Nitro.
Rap star and songwriter whose fame continued to grow after the release of the projects Reloaded, Richochet and No Room to Breathe. His talents led him to be named to the 2017 SXSW NPR Top 100 Artists to See list.
First rose to fame independently with the release of the mixtapes Raw Dope and New New York to SoundCloud. He made his debut with the critically acclaimed single "Queens Kids" in 2011.