Top 10 Best Rappers from 2011 2023

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Lil Uzi Vert: Lil Uzi Vert's energetic style and influence on the emo rap subgenre have resonated with a younger audience.

Childish Gambino (Donald Glover: Childish Gambino, the musical alter ego of Donald Glover, is celebrated for his genre-defying approach.

Drake: Drake's dominance in the 2010s and beyond is marked by his versatility, catchy hooks, and ability to seamlessly blend rap and R&B.

Megan Thee Stallion: Megan Thee Stallion has revitalized the rap scene with her unapologetic lyrics, energetic flow, and empowering messages.

J. Cole: J. Cole's introspective lyrics, relatable storytelling, and production skills have made him a consistent force in hip-hop.

Chance the Rapper: Chance the Rapper is known for his distinctive voice, innovative mixtapes, and contributions to the independent music scene.

Future: Future's dominance in trap music and his distinctive auto-tuned delivery have left an indelible mark on hip-hop.

Travis Scott: Travis Scott's unique blend of trap, psychedelic elements, and energetic performances have defined the sound of modern hip-hop.

Kendrick Lamar: Kendrick Lamar's unparalleled lyricism, thought-provoking concepts, and socially conscious themes have solidified him as one of the greatest rappers of his generation.

Tyler, the Creator: Tyler, the Creator's evolution from shock-rap to introspective artistry has been noteworthy.