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  1. Eminem


    Hip Hop rapper

  2. Dr. Dre

    Dr. Dre

    African American hip hop producer and rapper

  3. Rakim


    Rapper, producer

  4. Bloods & Crips

    Bloods & Crips


    Bloods & Crips was a musical collaboration Hip hop group between members of the Bloods & Crips gangs formed by Tweedy Bird Loc, O.Y.G Redrum 781 and Ronnie Ron. Given the infamous violent reputation of rival Los Angeles gangs the Bloods and the Crips, it seems impossible that the two could collaborate on a music project, but that's exactly what the Bloods & Crips did on "Bangin' on Wax" in 1993, organized by Los Angeles area producer Ron "Ronnie Ron" Phillips and rappers RedRum 781, Tweedy Bird Loc.

  5. Tyler the Creator

    Tyler the Creator

    American actor

  6. DJ Cassidy

    DJ Cassidy

    American, Disc Jockey

  7. Eric B. & Rakim

    Eric B. & Rakim


    Eric B. & Rakim were an American hip hop duo, composed of DJ Eric B. (born Eric Barrier, November 8, 1965) and MC Rakim (born William Michael Griffin Jr., January 28, 1968).

  8. Admiral T.

    Admiral T.

    French musician

  9. Wild Style

    Wild Style (1983)


    Wild Style was the first hip hop motion picture. Released theatrically in 1983 by First Run Features and later re-released for home video by Rhino Home Video, the movie was directed by Charlie Ahearn (director of the feature films Deadly Art of Survival and Fear of Fiction) and featured Fab Five Freddy, Lee Quinones, the Rock Steady Crew, The Cold Crush Brothers, Patti Astor, Sandra Fabara and Grandmaster Flash. The protagonist "Zoro" is played by the legendary New York graffiti artist "Lee" George Quinones. An early version of the 'Wild Style' logo appeared in the Fall of 1981 when Charlie Ahearn hired graffiti legend Dondi to paint the 'window down' subway car piece that appears in the film (1). The Dondi piece was the inspiration for the animated title sequence designed by the artist Zephyr in 1982 (2). The 'Wild Style' logo was designed by Zephyr and painted as a huge 'burner' mural by Zephyr, Revolt, and Sharp in the Summer of 1983 (3). The film is unique in that many of the actors' roles were written to express their real-life personalities.

  10. KLC


    American record producer

  11. L.A. Dream Team

    L.A. Dream Team


    The L.A. Dream Team was a hip hop group based in Los Angeles, California, active 1985-1989, 1993, and 1996. The group was founded by Chris "Snake Puppy" Wilson and Rudy Pardee in 1984. They are known for being one of the early hip hop acts on the West Coast and one of the pioneers of the West Coast hip hop scene.

  12. Style Wars

    Style Wars (1983)


    Style Wars is a 1983 documentary on hip hop culture, directed by Tony Silver and produced in collaboration with Henry Chalfant. The film has an emphasis on graffiti, although bboying and rapping are covered to a lesser extent. The film was originally aired on PBS television in 1983, and was subsequently shown in several film festivals to much acclaim, including the Vancouver Film Festival. It also won the Grand Jury Prize: Documentary at the Sundance Film Festival.

  13. Grandmaster Caz

    Grandmaster Caz


    Curtis Brown (born April 17, 1961), better known by his stage name Grandmaster Caz or Casanova Fly is an American "Old Skool" rapper, MC, and DJ. He currently works as a celebrity tour guide for Hush Hip Hop Tours, a hip-hop cultural sightseeing tour company in New York City, and is a Board member of The Universal Federation for the Preservation of Hip Hop Culture.

  14. Ghetto Tech

    Ghetto Tech


    Ghettotech or Detroit club music is a form of electronic dance music originating from Detroit. It combines elements of Chicago's ghetto house with electro, hip hop, techno, and grafts the perceived raunch of Miami Bass as the vocal stamp of the music. It is usually faster than most other dance music genres, at roughly 145 to 170 bpm, and sometimes features pornographic lyrics. As DJ Godfather puts it, "the beats are really gritty, really raw, nothing polished."

  15. Breath Control: The History of the Human Beat Box

    Breath Control: The History of the Human Beat Box (2002)


    Breath Control: The History of the Human Beat Box (2002) is a documentary exploring the world of beatboxing, a form of music using the human mouth, throat and diaphragm to generate sounds that are usually produced by machines. Over 30 practitioners of this art form discuss their techniques and the evolution of their craft. The human beat box is one of the key elements in the development of Hip Hop culture, alongside Dj-ing, Graffiti, Breakdancing, and MC-ing. Unfortunately, its contribution has been largely overlooked, as has the fun, expressive, human, and spontaneous dimension of Hip Hop that it represents. As the first documentary of its kind, Breath Control: The History of the Human Beat Box uses interview's, live performances, archival footage, and animation to bring to light this important and neglected ingredient of Hip Hop's identity .

  16. Lumumba Carson

    Lumumba Carson


  17. Ferrari Boyz

    Ferrari Boyz


    Ferrari Boyz is a collaborative studio album by American rappers Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka Flame. Originally scheduled for a June 21, 2011, release, it was delayed and later released on August 9. It features Rocko, 2 Chainz, 1017 Brick Squad labelmates Wooh da Kid, and Frenchie, and also Brick Squad Monopoly members Slim Dunkin (now deceased), Ice Burgundy, and YG Hootie. The album was mostly produced by label producer Southside, with additional production by 808 Mafia, Drumma Boy, Fatboi, Shawty Redd, and Schife. According to Waka Flocka, the album was completed in "1–2 weeks."

  18. Nerdcore for Life

    Nerdcore for Life (2008)


    Nerdcore for Life is a 2008 documentary film about the world of Nerdcore hip-hop directed Dan Lamoureux and produced by Crapbot Productions.

  19. Rebel Warrior

    Rebel Warrior


    Rebel Warrior appears on British musical group Asian Dub Foundation's first released cd, Facts and Fictions and also on group's fourth album, Community Music, under a slightly different arrangement. The song was inspired by the poem Bidrohi, translated from Bengali as "The Rebel", and written by Kazi Nazrul during the 1920s.

  20. DJ Flash

    DJ Flash

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    American Rapper, producer, DJ, Radio Host

  21. O.Y.G Redrum 781

    O.Y.G Redrum 781


    Bart "Redrum 781" Gallows (born July 22, 1972) is an American rapper from Watts, California. Redrum 781, Tweedy and producer Ronnie Phillips organized hip hop project Bloods & Crips, collaboration between Bloods and Crips members. He is a Piru gang member himself. Redrum is also known for his key roll on "Bangin' on Wax", he and his fellow female MC the late Bloody Mary were the two key players for getting this particular Bangin' on Wax project off the ground. He is cousin of the rapper Kurupt, with whom they had a long-time beef.

  22. Ronnie Hudson

    Ronnie Hudson


    Ronald Hudson (born February 4, 1957, in Washington, D.C.), better known by his stage name Ronnie Hudson, is an American artist, bassist, composer and record producer. He is notable for the hit song "West Coast Poplock", which later appeared in Dr. Dre and Tupac Shakur's song entitled "California Love".

  23. O.F.T.B.



    O.F.T.B. (an abbreviation of Operation From The Bottom) was an American hip hop group from the Watts district of South Los Angeles, California. The group O.F.T.B. consisted of three founding actual gang members Kevin “Flipside” White, Sammy “Bust Stop” Williams, and Ronald “Low M.B.” Watkins, who grew up in Nickerson Gardens Project, which is home to the notorious gang Bounty Hunter Bloods. They were signed to Big Beat Records where they released their debut album Straight Up Watts in 1992 with the hit single "Slangin' Dope".

  24. DJ? Acucrack

    DJ? Acucrack


    A disc jockey (abbreviated D.J., DJ or deejay) is a person who mixes recorded music for an audience. Originally, "disc" (sometimes spelled "disk", although this is now uncommon) referred to phonograph records, not the later compact discs. Today, the term includes all forms of music playback, no matter the medium.

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