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17 Rappers Who Crossed Over To Other Genres


New Genre: Dance-Pop

At the outset of his career, Pitbull was the reigning king of Miami’s rap scene, cutting monster jams like “Culo” and the Fat Joe-assisted “That’s Nasty.” But starting around 2009, Pit ventured off from traditional rap and quickly embraced the fist-bump-friendly dance-pop trend.

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