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Buddy_Gilapagos
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"Foget Of All Time, who have been your Favorite Rapper at any given time?"


  

          

We always talk about GOAT, but who have been your favorite rapper at any given time in your past? For instance for me its been:

Will Smith starting in like 87.
I think I lightweight felt like it was special Ed in like 89 but then De La as a group became my focus. As much as I love De La though, I didn't think of them as individual artists.

by 94 though Common was my favorite. And he was it for a very long time. Only other artist who threatened that was Mos Def for a few moments in between 99 and 2002.

Then I have to admit Kanye was my guy from about College Dropout to Late Registration.

Then there was moments in time I feel like it was Jay-Z.

I think at the moment, hard to say but maybe its J Cole.

Funny thing, I think Nas is my Favorite of All Time but that's because between all these different artist I named nas would resurface with something to remind me he's the greatest ever.

What's it been for you?

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RE: Foget Of All Time, who have been your Favorite Rapper at any given t...
Dec 16th 2020
1
Grand Puba sophomore to junior year high school
Dec 16th 2020
2
Man I forgot that Puba run!
Dec 17th 2020
12
      yeah, there was a story about that.
Dec 19th 2020
27
Can't pin down one specific MC from year to year
Dec 16th 2020
3
MC Hammer
Dec 17th 2020
4
RE: Favorite Rapper at any given time?
Dec 17th 2020
5
Elementary/middle school: Snoop
Dec 17th 2020
6
let me try
Dec 17th 2020
7
Kota might have been my favorite rapper last year
Dec 17th 2020
9
its hard to remember everyone
Dec 17th 2020
10
okay two omissions i need to remedy
Dec 21st 2020
31
Rakim 5th or 6th thru 8th grades
Dec 17th 2020
8
I can't remember them all, but I can give it a shot.
Dec 17th 2020
11
Agree re: Black Thought and feel the same about ...
Dec 17th 2020
14
      Is Pos like the greatest MC to never really have a solo career?
Dec 17th 2020
15
           It's between him and 3 Stacks.
Dec 17th 2020
16
RE: Foget Of All Time, who have been your Favorite Rapper at any given t...
Dec 17th 2020
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Let’s see...by year
Dec 17th 2020
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Early 1990's: Lord Finesse
Dec 17th 2020
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rough chronological order
Dec 17th 2020
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Wait who tf is pizzaboy lol
Dec 17th 2020
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      LOL...I stopped reading at Charles Hamilton
Dec 17th 2020
21
           Hahaha right
Dec 17th 2020
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i'm looking at the other replies & scared to respond
Dec 18th 2020
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RE: Foget Of All Time, who have been your Favorite Rapper at any given t...
Dec 18th 2020
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okay, im definitely not on the young end in here lol
Dec 18th 2020
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      lmao, yeah when I read that disclaimer in your post I laughed
Dec 18th 2020
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           its all relative lol
Dec 21st 2020
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Mine
Dec 20th 2020
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in 2020
Dec 21st 2020
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From 89 or so to 91 it was Ice-T
Dec 22nd 2020
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94 Buckshot and 96 Prodigy
Dec 22nd 2020
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Kool Keith, Jean Grae, One Be Lo, Planet Asia
Dec 23rd 2020
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Jeru from Sun Rises till Wrath
Dec 23rd 2020
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RE: Foget Of All Time, who have been your Favorite Rapper at any given t...
Dec 28th 2020
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There was a time Ice Cube was the best rapper on the planet
Dec 30th 2020
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DJR
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1. "RE: Foget Of All Time, who have been your Favorite Rapper at any given t..."
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As a kid: LL
High school: Nas
College: Kweli
College: Mos
Post college: Phonte
Once Phonte didn’t rap much: KRIT
Now: Phonte again

  

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2. "Grand Puba sophomore to junior year high school"
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12. "Man I forgot that Puba run!"
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Dude could go from Brand Nubian to R&B joints! He was on top of the game by the time 360 dropped. I really thought he was going to be around for a minute. Wasn't there a podcast or interview where someone explained how he fell off?


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27. "yeah, there was a story about that."
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forget where, but I think it was him not having the drive and chilling too much.

Y'all buy those labels, I was born supreme

  

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3. "Can't pin down one specific MC from year to year"
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But the list below is pretty close to my tastes around the listed years.

'90 - KRS ONE
'91 - MC Hammer/LL Cool J
'92 - Tribe/Public Enemy
'93 - Snoop
'94 - Method Man
'95 - '99 - BT/Busta Rhymes/2Pac/Camp Lo/Dogg Pound/Mos Def/Tribe/Pharcyde/OutKast/Public Enemy
'00 - OutKast/Common
'03 - Jay Z
'04 - K-Os
'05 - Little Brother
'10 - '12 - Jay Electronica
'12 - Nas/Kendrick
>2012 Kendrick/OC/Oddisee/BT

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4. "MC Hammer"
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Kris Kross
Q-Tip
Busta
Mos Def
Common
Black Thought
Biggie
Andre 3000
Phonte
Royce

  

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5. "RE: Favorite Rapper at any given time?"
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Middle School: Chuck D
High School: Redman/2Pac
College: 2Pac/DMX
Post-college: Black Thought
Now: Aesop Rock

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6. "Elementary/middle school: Snoop"
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High school: Common/Andre 3k
College: Common
Immediately post-college: Royce
After that: Phonte/Royce

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7. "let me try"
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tldr:
92ish - eazy/snoop/dre
95ish - bone/pac
98ish - cypress (i guess breal)
00ish - eminem/rakim
02ish - gift of gab/slick rick/common/del/3k
04ish - k-os
10ish - pos
15ish - lupe/royce/pos
18ish - one be lo/kota/pos
2020 - skyzoo

i think i lean on the younger side on okp so i was late to many

i think the first rapper i was into was eazy-e, then snoop and dre. this was right around the release of the chronic. for a few years any of them were my favorite then snoop held on to it.

bone thugs took it for a couple years. then i went through my pac years. when he died things changed. i remember there was a lot of talk about the next pac and i wasnt feeling a lot of the new artists being propped up.

i think i filled the hole with cypress until i found an artist i could get behind. eminem had to be the next one. i know we were all into 2001 but i latched on to eminem for his first two albums.

then my cousin put me onto rakim and since then hes my undisputed GOAT. that said he hasnt been my favorite at every given moment.

the gift of gab took it with blazing arrow. j-live and a few others made a good run at it. i got into slick rick around here too and hes held the spot here and there. hes probably my absolute favorite style wise.

i think common took it for a while once i dug into his catalog.

right around then my love for de la started but not favorite yet. i think for a while del had it and he keeps popping back in and out of my favorite spot.

3k had it for a couple of years.

i think the next one was k-os and it only grew with each album until black on blonde.

i think i disconnected a bit from music at this point, just focused on older music. i remember i was listening to a lot of brother ali but not sure hes ever reached my favorite level, he is dope tho.

lupe brought me back in and took that favorite spot for a while until royce decided to stop playing.

through the past 10 years my love for de la has multiplied so pos did take the spot around this time too.

one be lo had been on the cusp since sonogram but his recent output has put him as a fav in the past couple of years.

kota is the newest one that has held it.

skyzoo probably has it this year.

  

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9. "Kota might have been my favorite rapper last year"
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but then his last album kinda had me thinking his style could use some variation.

Royce was kinda my guy from Book of Ryan leading up to the release of his last album. When he dropped Field N*gga and the other pre-releases before the album dropped he was the dude I was most checking for, but that album let me down a little.

I totally forgot to mention Andre3000 who has been my favorite rapper at many points through out the history. I go back and forth between him and nas as my GOAT.

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10. "its hard to remember everyone"
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i almost left out 3k but i know he was my fav for a good while.

foto had me on a kota swing for a good while. my time is off, should be 19. i thought it came out in 18 lol. good thing i added the ish. everything is great overall yet i dont like it as much as foto. its kind of weird to hear him say he made it during such a dark period for him. he was purposely looking to make a positive album while he was down. im still very excited to hear what he does next.

i think layers was the album that made realize he could be my favorite. it started with success is certain but he wasnt quite there. layers felt like a shift. he hit it out of the park with book of ryan. he always had the lyrical skill but didnt make the best songs. dude is something else now. i really liked the allegory, a bit of a step back but i think its great still.

  

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31. "okay two omissions i need to remedy"
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Mon Dec-21-20 11:22 AM by mista k5

  

          

between 08 and 14 black milk was that dude for me. he was the one i was the most looking forward to releasing new music and he always delivered, kept getting better. not to say that hes dropped off but he has slowed down and my focus has shifted as described in the original post.

also in this same time frame i got really into the coup. id say around 14 through 18 was peak time for boots being my favorite.

i knew there was more i was into between 04 and 15 lol. i know there was a good amount of kanye in that period too but not sure he was ever on favorite level for me.

  

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8. "Rakim 5th or 6th thru 8th grades"
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Rakim started it all for me

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11. "I can't remember them all, but I can give it a shot."
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There's a lot of overlap between eras.


Chuck D from like '88-'90.

Ice Cube from when he went solo until like the end of '92.

Redman from like '92/'93 until now.

Ras Kass during the mid 1990s.

Ghostface during the early '00s.

Vast Aire after Cold Vein dropped.

Mr. Lif from like the early '00s on.

Edan during the mid '00s.

Guilty Simpson and Billy Woods starting in like '08 on going on present.

Black Thought casts his shadow over the last 25 years.

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14. "Agree re: Black Thought and feel the same about ..."
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>Black Thought casts his shadow over the last 25 years.

Posdnuos and Nas. Those two are basically omnipresent on my top 5 list but never claimed a particular window of time as my far and away, can't stop listening to them favorites. They are both just consistent presences in my hip hop life that I can never get enough of.

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15. "Is Pos like the greatest MC to never really have a solo career?"
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Damn, you reminding me how much I love PosDnous. Like probably

in my GOAT top 5. its just hard to talk about guys who have always been in groups in GOAT discussions.


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16. "It's between him and 3 Stacks."
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They're both in my top 5, interestingly enough. I guess I prefer quality over quantity lol.

Phonte isn't quite the same as those two: He's had a solo career, but his relatively sparse output is similar in some ways, and he's top 5 or 6 for me too. So there's a theme developing here that I've never really thought about until just now haha.

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13. "RE: Foget Of All Time, who have been your Favorite Rapper at any given t..."
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BIZ > SLICK RICK > POSDNUOS > PUBA > LARGE PRO > NAS

  

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17. "Let’s see...by year"
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92 - Rakim, saw the video for Don’t Sweat The Technique in the Basketball Hall of Fame gift shop and thought it was the dopest shit I ever heard.

93 - Snoop
94 - Nas
95 - AZ
96 - Black Thought
97 - OC
98 - Andre 3000
99 - Mos Def
00 - Common
01 - Masta Ace
02 - Scarface
03 - T.I.
04 - Kanye
05 - Common
06 - Black Thought
07 - Blu
08 - Q-Tip
09 - Mos Def
10 - Roc Marciano
11 - Black Thought
12 - OC
13 - Aesop Rock
14 - Freddie Gibbs
15 - Lupe
16 - Aesop Rock
17 - Brother Ali
18 - Black Thought
19 - Lupe
20 - Aesop Rock

As a whole...
90s was pretty much Nas, Black Thought, and Andre 3000
00s was pretty much Nas, Common, and Scarface
10s was pretty much Lupe, Aesop, and Black Thought

Honorable mention fo life! - M-E-T-H-O-D MAN!

Edit: obviously my yearly picks pretty much line up with my favorite album of the year because usually when I get stuck on an album and MC, I then start to binge and go back to all their material to either discover or rediscover.

  

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18. "Early 1990's: Lord Finesse"
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Late 1990's: Canibus
Early 2000's: Nas
Late 2000's Early 2010's: Lil Wayne

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19. "rough chronological order"
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Q-Tip
Nas
Wordsworth
Royce
Jean Grae
Kano
Malice
Blu
Lupe
Shad
Charles Hamilton
pizzaboy
Lupe (again)

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20. "Wait who tf is pizzaboy lol"
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>pizzaboy

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21. "LOL...I stopped reading at Charles Hamilton"
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23. "i'm looking at the other replies & scared to respond"
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out of fear of exposing my age lol

  

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24. "RE: Foget Of All Time, who have been your Favorite Rapper at any given t..."
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1999 thru 2003: Eminem (other favs: Jay-Z, OutKast)
As an 11 year old white kid from middle class suburbia in 1999, my obvious first favorite rapper was Eminem. He was *the* guy for me as I got into hip hop and traversed mostly the rap played on the radio/MTV.

2004 thru 2007: Talib Kweli (other favs: Kanye, Black Thought (Roots), Mos Def, Lupe Fiasco)
Eminem led me to The Roots via his Grammy performance, and The Roots led me to OKP and all the associated rappers/popular artists here. Talib was my guy though. Bought Quality after enjoying his verses on Phrenology and The College Dropout and was highly anticipating The Beautiful Struggle. This was the time period that I really started to branch out but Talib was always an instant check when it came to projects and guest spots.

2008 thru 2010: Brother Ali (other favs: Slug, Black Milk, Drake)
Finishing up my trek through the underground before finally coming up for air in the mainstream and catching up on acts I had previously ignored, as well as getting super into So Far Gone era Drake (something I will *not* apologize for)

2011 thru 2015: Kendrick Lamar (other favs: Big K.R.I.T, Kanye West, Oddisee)
I still remember listening to Section.80 for the first time in the parking lot of a train station waiting to pick someone up. And the month before that hearing "HiiiPower" for the first time. The fact that he exceeded the ridiculous expectations I had for gkmc still amazes me. KRIT and Oddisee were untouchable rapper/producers, and Ye had a renaissance with MBDTF and stole the show on WTT)

2016 thru 2018: No definitive #1, one of Lupe Fiasco, ScHoolboy Q, Royce da 5'9", J. Cole

2019 thru 2020: Toss up between Freddie Gibbs and Benny the Butcher (other favs: Conway the Machine, J. Cole, Rapsody, Lupe Fiasco)

  

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25. "okay, im definitely not on the young end in here lol"
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26. "lmao, yeah when I read that disclaimer in your post I laughed"
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Fri Dec-18-20 02:29 PM by Oak27

  

          

dude with a favorite rapper in 1992 talking about being on the "younger" side.

edit: all due respect to my elders, of course.

  

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30. "its all relative lol"
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i definitely know im not young but id wager a good half are 10+ years older than me. i guess im somewhere in the middle.

  

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28. "Mine"
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Ad Rock
Chuck D
Treach
Ice Cube
Snoop
Pac
Kurupt
Scarface
Ghostface
Eminem


“So back we go to these questions — friendship, character… ethics.”

  

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29. "in 2020"
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Right now I would say my top rappers are

Aesop/Lupe/B.Thought/Freddie Gibbs/Roc Marciano
honorable mention Homeboy Sandman

  

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32. "From 89 or so to 91 it was Ice-T"
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I honestly don't know if since then I ever had anyone I considered the number one rapper. At least not the way I repped Ice-T as my favorite rapper.

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33. "94 Buckshot and 96 Prodigy"
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Yes, Buckshot was my fave in 94 with only remixes and b-sides

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34. "Kool Keith, Jean Grae, One Be Lo, Planet Asia"
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have all been favorites at different points

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35. "Jeru from Sun Rises till Wrath "
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36. "RE: Foget Of All Time, who have been your Favorite Rapper at any given t..."
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97: Ma$e
98-2000: DMX
2001-2003: Jay-Z
2004-2005: Jay-Z/Phonte
2006: Lupe Fiasco
2007: Blu/Jay Electronica
2008-2010: Wale/Illecism


I'll think on that next decade

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37. "There was a time Ice Cube was the best rapper on the planet"
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The run from AmeriKKKa's Most - Kill at Will - Death Certificate he could do no wrong from me

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