The Most Controversial Rappers Ever Part 2 - The Top 5

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5. 2 Live Crew - The group that many feel introduced s3x to hip hop in a time(1980s) when you didn't see women walking around in bikinis in every video. The groundbreaking "As nasty As They Wanna Be"
received play on MTV, and angered many conservative social activists. While the 2 Live Crew was getting sued by everyone from The American Family a.ssociation to Star Wars owner George Lucas,
their popularity continued to grow. Uncle Luke and the crew went their separate ways in the early 90s, and though a few attempts at a comeback happened, the success of the original crew was never matched.



4 Ice-T - Tracy Marrow a.k.a Ice-T is one of the West Coast Rap's pioneers. His 1982 record "The Coldest Rap" is documented to being the first track that used the phrase "Ho" and "n*gga". Ice was just
getting started, as his rhymes about growing up in South Central and the life and rhymes of a hustler were being embraced by a growing audience. His 1991 release, OG: Original Gangster, was one of the most
influential gangsta rap albums of its time. He also was one of the first to cross the rock and rap lines with his group Body Count. And who can forget his most recent claim to fame, being married to
Coco.



3. 50 Cent - Where do you start when you talk about Curtis Jackson? In the post 2pac/Biggie era, there are few rappers that could say their original claim to fame was being shot 9 times. But for 50, he has
always turned negatives into positives. 50 dropped the infamous How To Rob, which caught the eyes and ears of every major artist in the game. But it wasn't until Get Rich or Die Tryin was dropped, that the superstar
we know as 50 Cent was born. The only thing bigger than 50 Cents album sales have been his beefs. Everyone from Ja Rule, Fat Joe, Camron, Game, Nas, and Jadakiss have been targets. With his 3rd studio
album, Curtis, just dropping, it will be interesting to see what 50 will do to remain relevant in the game.


2. Eminem - Marshall Mathers career seems like the American Dream for some. Born in a small town in the middle of nowhere, a struggling artist looking to get his big break is in the right place at the right time.
1999 the world was introduced to Eminem with The Slim Shady LP, which became one of the fastest selling debuts in music history. Oh yeah, what made it even more unique that one of the illest was white.
Eminem has had everything from being criticized for his lyrics towards homos3xuals, women, and the President. He's taken shots at Michael Jackson, Brittany, and Christina. And through the fire, people are still
anticipating the next Eminem album.


1. Tupac Shakur - The argument over who the greatest rapper of all time can go on for hours, even days. Though some diehard Tupac fans will always believe he was the best to ever do it, there are some that
don't feel he was. What no one can deny is the fact that the impact and influence Shakur had in his brief time on earth far surpassed just the music genre. Tupac was one of those rare artists that was ahead
of his time, and transcended his generation. His positive, and sometimes negative influence stirred millions. If there was no Tupac, many feel America would never have embraced the likes of 50 Cent, DMX, Eminem, and countless others that have come after. He put an entire coast on his back, and gave those who had no previous representative a face. Pac wasn't the most lyrical, and some feel the most talented, but when he
spoke, everyone listened.

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