Top 10 Best New School Rappers

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SZA (R&B/Neo-Soul: While not strictly a rapper, SZA's contributions to the hip-hop and R&B fusion landscape have been groundbreaking.

J. Cole: J Cole's introspective storytelling and relatable lyricism have resonated deeply with audiences, making him a standout figure in the new school rap scene.

Roddy Ricch: Roddy Ricch's versatile delivery, emotive lyrics, and ability to capture raw emotion in his music have earned him recognition as a rising star in the rap scene.

Travis Scott: With his genre-blurring sound and visionary approach to production, Travis Scott has elevated trap and hip-hop to new heights.

Lil Baby: Lil Baby's rapid rise to prominence, characterized by his melodic flow and authentic storytelling, has solidified his place as one of the leading voices in the new generation of rappers.

Migos: Migos' triplet flow, distinctive ad-libs, and impact on the trap genre have solidified them as influential figures in shaping the sound of modern rap.

Lil Uzi Vert: Lil Uzi Vert's unique style, blending rap with elements of rock and emo, has resonated with a generation of listeners seeking diverse.

Megan Thee Stallion: Megan Thee Stallion's unapologetic empowerment, skillful delivery, and impact on female representation in hip-hop make her a force to be reckoned with in the new school era.

DaBaby: DaBaby's charismatic persona, energetic flow, and dynamic stage presence have propelled him to the forefront of new school rap.

Kendrick Lamar: Despite his debut album releasing in 2011, Kendrick Lamar's impact on the new school of rap has been monumental.

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