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23 Of The Most Prolific Prison Rappers Ever

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C-Murder “All I Wanted 2 Be Was A Soldier (Master P Diss)”

C-Murder's career was derailed when he was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Steve Thomas. On his new track, "All I Wanted 2 Be Was A Soldier," a diss aimed at Master P, the former No Limit Soldier spits venom at his "hero

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18 Of The Worst Rapper Mugshots

There are a few rapper mugshots out there that are just really bad. Whether intoxicated, smiling, beat up or just pissed off; several rappers go down in history for the worst mugshots ever taken...

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So much about having longevity in hip-hop depends on rappers being able to exist within the times and re-invent themselves if needed. Some rappers have taken that re-invention more literally than others. Here are 59 rappers who chose, for one reason or another, to taken on new rap names as their careers have gone on. What's in a name?
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64 Rappers Who Changed Their Rap Names

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The 10 Best Books Written By Rappers Of All-Time

 

More rappers than ever are turning to books to scratch their creative itch. A list of the 10 best ever

Words: Adam Fleischer, Jesse Gissen, Mark Lelinwalla, Jayson Rodriguez
Images: Socrates Gomez

These days, when rappers pull out a pen and a pad, or even get on the computer or their smart phones, it’s not certain they do so with the intent of writing a rhyme. Mo...

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Sage The Gemini's debut album, Remember Me, dropped last week, and that got us at XXL thinking—which rappers have the most perfect stage names? Not perfect as in Kendrick Lamar, or Drake, or Joe Budden—those are just given names—but names that just perfectly describe the person that uses them. There are plenty of fantastic names out there, of course, from Method Man to Rich Homie Quan to Ty Dolla $ign and a galaxy of others, but we're talking real descriptive here, as in names that clearly indicate who you're talking about just from the words themselves. XXL rounded up twelve of our favorite stage names that fit the artist perfectly, from Kid Ink to DJ Mustard to Chance The Rapper. What's in a name? —Dan Rys (@danrys)
Sage The Gemini's debut album, Remember Me, dropped last week, and that got us at XXL thinking—which rappers have the most perfect stage names? Not perfect as in Kendrick Lamar, or Drake, or Joe Budden—those are just given names—but names that just perfectly describe the person that uses them. There are plenty of fantastic names out there, of course, from Method Man to Rich Homie Quan to Ty Dolla $ign and a galaxy of others, but we're talking real descriptive here, as in names that clearly indicate who you're talking about just from the words themselves. XXL rounded up twelve of our favorite stage names that fit the artist perfectly, from Kid Ink to DJ Mustard to Chance The Rapper. What's in a name? —Dan Rys (@danrys)
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12 Rappers With Perfect Stage Names

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C-Murder Wants A New Trial

After serving nearly five years of his life sentence for the murder of teen Steve Thomas, C-Murder is seeking another trial. The rapper, whose real name is Corey Miller states that there were irregularities during the original jury’s deliberation...

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C-Murder Refuses To Lie In His New Records

Since Lil Boosie was set free after a five-year bid, the hip-hop community has been closely keeping track of his return. After dropping “Wartime” with Webbie, the Baton Rouge superstar followed that with “Came 2 Da Can” featuring an incarcerated C-Murder...

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26 Of The Longest Prison Bids In Hip-Hop History

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Lil Boosie And C-Murder “Came2DaCan”

Its been one week since the release of Lil Boosie and he’s staying busy. After delivering a new collaboration with Webbie, Boosie Boo shares with us today his track called “Came2DaCan...

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