20 rappers that white people like...

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  1. Im Technical

    Im Technical I got 30 pages of rhymes

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    I think you dropped your race card

    I love shit like this list except for the fact if it was stereotyping any other race it would be seen as racism by the same people who find this list funny.
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  2. vandalism

    vandalism the king

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    psh. shit you could prolly put any rapper on that list and it'd work just as well as these ones


    The Roots is true as fuck tho - I don't think a black man ever once listened to them dudes
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  3. zipperhedjoe

    zipperhedjoe Conrad murray, mic killa

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    no wiz khalifa?
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  4. Ignorant

    Ignorant Village Idiot

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    I've been a fan of The Roots since Do You Want More??!!??... I didn't hear Organix until after I copped DYWM... but I've always wondered why The Roots can't seem to get much love from Philly... their hometown... and they show Philly MUCH love... on practically all of their albums... well, at least their early ones.

    And I remember somebody brought them up before in a "pro-black" reference, but The Roots are really not like that... I think people hear the name and get confused... The Roots is really short for The Square Roots... meaning, the basic, fundamentals like in math and shit... even though Tariq has the "Black Thought" moniker, he's no Chuck D. or dead Prez... they're just straight up hip hop... not until recently have they even been all that political.

    Really, the most aggressive pro-black groups were the early ones from the Golden Age... the late '80s and early '90s... ie., the Native Tongue Fam, X-Clan, Brand Nubian, P.E., Queen Latifah, Poor Righteous Teachers, KAM, or Paris (a precursor to Immortal Technique, but with a Rakim flow)
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  5. vandalism

    vandalism the king

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    Dead Prez one of the hardest on black power. they one of the few that wasn't from the golden age
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  6. Mr. Hahn

    Mr. Hahn Member

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    Don't be hating on J5 bro
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  7. King-Vis

    King-Vis Buy Any Beats Necessary

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    I disagree. White dudes loved Pac when he released "All Eyez On Me", a huge amount of the record sales came from a young white audience.
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  8. cDensley

    cDensley Member

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    I loled at the N.W.A remark... So true.
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  9. cDensley

    cDensley Member

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    However, I disagree with the 2Pac remark. He was always loved by a majority of blacks and whites.
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  10. shiznu

    shiznu New Member

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    Yeah PAC is the only one I really listened to. Oh no! I don't fit the white stereotype. Living a lie.

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  11. Rico Futuro

    Rico Futuro New Member

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