Top 75 Hip Hop Acts

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HHGA’s Top 75 Hip Hop Acts

Our top 75 artists – who are always in rotation. We put together this list based on our own preferences and it consists of artists we actually (still) listen to.

Give us your top 10 (or complete 75…) in the comments!

  1. Top75HHGAEric B & Rakim
  2. A Tribe Called Quest
  3. Public Enemy
  4. De La Soul
  5. Gang Starr
  6. Boogie Down Productions / KRS One
  7. Nas
  8. Run DMC
  9. LL Cool J
  10. Big Daddy Kane
  11. Wu Tang Clan
  12. EPMD
  13. Kool G Rap
  14. MC Lyte
  15. Lord Finesse
  16. Big L
  17. Ultramagnetic MC’s / Kool Keith
  18. Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five
  19. Main Source / Large Professor
  20. Slick Rick
  21. Pete Rock & CL Smooth
  22. Jeru The Damaja
  23. Notorious B.I.G.
  24. Beastie Boys
  25. N.W.A. / Eazy E / The D.O.C.
  26. The Pharcyde
  27. Ice T
  28. Too Short
  29. Jungle Brothers
  30. Geto Boys / Scarface
  31. Stetsasonic
  32. Jurassic 5
  33. The Cold Crush Brothers
  34. Mos Def
  35. Ice Cube
  36. 2Pac
  37. Common
  38. Biz Markie
  39. Outkast
  40. Dilated Peoples
  41. Talib Kweli
  42. Masta Ace
  43. The Roots
  44. Little Brother
  45. Black Sheep
  46. Schoolly D
  47. Big Pun
  48. Brand Nubian
  49. Beatnuts
  50. Redman
  51. DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince
  52. Showbiz & AG
  53. MF Doom
  54. Immortal Technique
  55. Roxanne Shantee
  56. Organized Konfusion / Pharaohe Monch
  57. Paris
  58. Canibus
  59. AZ
  60. Jay Z
  61. Compton Most Wanted
  62. O.C.
  63. Eminem
  64. Digital Underground
  65. Just Ice
  66. Black Moon
  67. Doug E Fresh
  68. Treacherous Three / Kool Moe Dee
  69. Salt N Pepa
  70. Heavy D
  71. Tragedy / Intelligent Hoodlum
  72. Mobb Deep
  73. Mantronix
  74. Company Flow
  75. Sean Price

 

Who is missing or should be higher on this list? Who did we overrate according to you? Hit the comments with your opinion!

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3 thoughts on “Top 75 Hip Hop Acts

  1. Simon Garcia says:

    Public Enemy
    Boogie Down Productions / KRS One
    Eric B & Rakim
    Run DMC
    LL Cool J
    Big Daddy Kane
    Ultramagnetic MC’s
    Jungle Brothers
    Grandmaster Flash/Melle Mel & The Furious Five
    Schoolly D

  2. m says:

    eminem
    a tribe called quest
    public enemy
    nwa
    jay-z
    eric b & rakim
    nas
    outkast
    ice cube
    wu tang
    biggie
    kanye (sorry guys)
    de la
    run dmc
    gang starr
    epmd
    beastie boys
    ice t
    pharcyde
    ultramagnetic mc’s

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