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The Greatest Rappers Who Founded Hip-Hop

The Greatest Rappers Who Founded Hip-Hop – Rap is becoming more and more popular every year. But the names of the most prominent rappers, the founders of melodic recitative, are still well known. In this article, we will talk about the most famous performers in history.

The Greatest Rappers Who Founded Hip-Hop
The Greatest Rappers Who Founded Hip-Hop

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Eminem (Marshall Bruce Maters III) was born on October 17, 1972, in the US Missouri. His childhood was heavy, which was reflected in the songs of the performer. Six months after the birth of the boy, his family broke up. The father found himself another woman and no longer communicated with his son, and simply sent his letters back without reading them.

Eminem and her mother often moved, as there was no permanent job, then she began to have problems with alcohol, and her stepfathers changed endlessly. When Marshall was born Nathan’s brother, the family still settled in a suburb of Detroit. The local black guys did not like the boy, they constantly teased and beat him.

One day, the young rapper was hit on the head so hard that he lay in a coma for several days. Eminem later wrote in his song “Brain Damage”: “I was harassed daily by the fat De Angelo Bailey – he was an eighth grader and acted arrogantly because his dad was a boxer.”

Marshall created his first rap duet at the age of 14 with his friend Mike Ruby, and at the same time he came up with the pseudonym “M&M” (according to the first letters of his first and last name), which later transformed into “Eminem”.

Tupac Shakur:
Tupac Amaru Shakur was born on June 16, 1971, in Harlem USA. The boy received the name Tupac at baptism. That was the name of a descendant of an Indian leader who fought for freedom in Peru. And the surname Shakur went to the rapper from his stepfather. The father left the family without waiting for the birth of his son. Tupac Shakur received his primary education at the School for the Arts in Baltimore. The list of subjects studied included poetry, jazz, and ballet.

As a teenager, Shakur performed in performances based on plays by William Shakespeare. Tupac even got the role of the king of mice in Pyotr Tchaikovsky’s ballet The Nutcracker. In Baltimore, the boy also became interested in rap and gradually became the best rapper in school.

Tupac’s career began in 1987 when he started recording his songs. His first debut happened during the recording of a track for the film Sheer trouble. Then the artist joined the musical group Digital Underground.

In 1996, an album called The Don Killuminati: The 7-Day Theory was released, which was the last of his life. On September 7, 1996, the rapper died from multiple bullet wounds. But even today he is remembered, the tracks are played on radio stations, and fans will never forget one of the greatest rappers in history.

Jay Z:
Sean Corey Carter, aka Jay-Z, was born December 4, 1969, in Brooklyn, USA. The boy grew up with three brothers and sisters and was raised by a single mother, Gloria Carter since his father Ednes Reeves left the family when the children were very young, and soon died of liver disease.

The love for music in Jay-Z woke up from childhood. According to his mother, he woke up before everyone else, went to the kitchen, and beat out incredible rhythmic melodies there, banging his palms on the tablecloth on the table. Later, a portable music center boombox was bought for him, and then Sean began to freestyle.

Jay-Z began recording his tracks in the early 90s. At the dawn of his career, he performed with rapper The Notorious B.I.G. At first, the musician was a street vendor, while occasionally appearing on the tracks of Big Daddy Kane and Original Flavor.

Jay-Z, together with friends Damon Dash and Karim “Biggs” Burke, created his own label Roc-a-Fella Records in 1995, under which his debut studio album Reasonable Doubt was released a year later. He was a great success, which strengthened the position of the rapper in the music industry. After that, Sean released 12 more albums, which were warmly received by critics and were commercially successful.

50 Cent:
Curtis Jackson, under the pseudonym 50 Cent, was born on July 6, 1975, in the poor Negro area of ​​South Jamaica, which is located in New York. The quarter in which the future film actor and rapper grew up and was brought up was a hot spot where the laws of the jungle reigned.

As a child, Curtis observed social inequality, filth, poverty, and deviant behavior and sometimes fell asleep to the sound of gunfights in the style of the Wild West. Curtis never saw his father, because the newly-made daddy “made a baby” to a 15-year-old girl and disappeared. The young mother later became addicted to drugs and even sold them. When the boy was 8 years old, she was killed by putting sleeping pills in a glass of alcohol and turning on the gas. The boy was raised by his grandparents.

Curtis started rapping in the basement of a friend’s house at an early age. Then, through a friend, he met Jam Master Jay, who owned Jam Master Jay Records. Then Jem showed Curtis how to count bars, and create choruses and audio recordings. After his collaboration with Jam ended, he signed an agreement with Columbia Records. On this label, the musician recorded 36 songs in two weeks.

The result of the creativity of 50 Cent was the sale of about 40 million records of songs. Now the artist is 52 years old. He is not only one of the most prominent hip-hop artists, but also a writer, actor, and producer. His path shows that success and glory can be achieved, despite living in the slums, the main thing is patience, work, and perseverance.

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