Top 10 Rap Group Members that Made It Big Solo

Cam'ron (Solo from The Diplomats: A member of The Diplomats (Dipset), Cam'ron found success as a solo artist with albums like "Purple Haze.

Beyoncé (Solo from Destiny's Child: Originally part of the immensely successful girl group Destiny's Child.

50 Cent (Solo from G-Unit: Curtis Jackson, also known as 50 Cent, rose to fame as a member of G-Unit.

Dr. Dre (Solo from N.W.A: A founding member of N.W.A, Dr. Dre became a legendary figure in hip-hop with his solo career.

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Eminem (Solo from D12: Marshall Mathers, known as Eminem, initially gained fame as part of the group D12 but achieved global stardom with his solo career.

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Ice Cube (Solo from N.W.A: After leaving N.W.A, Ice Cube established himself as a solo artist known for his socially conscious lyrics.

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Kanye West (Solo from Roc-A-Fella Records: Initially known as a producer and a member of Roc-A-Fella Records, Kanye West emerged as a groundbreaking solo artist.

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Lauryn Hill (Solo from Fugees: Lauryn Hill, a former member of the Fugees, achieved critical acclaim and commercial success with her solo album "The Miseducation.

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Missy Elliott (Solo from Sista and Swing Mob: Before her solo career, Missy Elliott was part of the groups Sista and Swing Mob.

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Pharrell Williams (Solo from N.E.R.D: Pharrell, along with Chad Hugo, formed N.E.R.D before achieving solo success.

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