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yeah Tech is up there with BIG and Pac for me, so it is hard to pick a favorite...

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yeah Tech is up there with BIG and Pac for me, so it is hard to pick a favorite...

People would hate my top 5 all time.

1. em

2. pac

3. slick rick

4. Scarface/Geto Boys

5. Rakim

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People would hate my top 5 all time.

1. em

2. pac

3. slick rick

4. Scarface/Geto Boys

5. Rakim

rakim and pac are arguably up there. em has to be close, top 10 i'd say depending on criteria. still have to listen to more slick rick and scarface.

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applause due: Mos Def & Pharoahe Monch

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People would hate my top 5 all time.

1. em

2. pac

3. slick rick

4. Scarface/Geto Boys

5. Rakim

Yeah, Eminem will be considered the GOAT once he's done.

My top 5 hip hop artists is definitely fuged up, but whatever

1. Eminem

2. Notorious BIG

3. Public Enemy

4. Outkast

5. A Tribe Called Quest

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Illest ever right here...

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