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This is a list of artists that "RapIndie" considers "Indie Rappers". We define that by presentation, complexity, innovation, and universal appeal.
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A Boogie...
Ab Soul
AKTHESAVIOR
Andre 3000
Asap Ferg
Asap Mob
Asap Rocky
B
BROCKHAMPTON
Bruiser Brigade
C
Cal Scruby
Chance The Rapper
Childish Gambino
Cordae
D
Danger Incorporated
DaniLeigh
Danny Brown
Denzel Curry
Domo Genesis
E
Earl Sweatshirt
F
Flatbush Zombies
Foster Lancast
Frank Ocean
G
H
HAWA
Hodgy Beats
Hopsin
I
Isaiah Rashad
J
J.I.D
Jack Harlow
Jasiah
Jay-Z
Jaden
Joey Badass
JuiceWRLD
K
Kanye West
Kendrick Lamar
Kid Cudi
L
Lil Uzi Vert
Lokye
M
N
Nascar Aloe
O
Ofwgkta
P
Pharell
Playboi Carti
Polo G
Post Malone
Q
R
Rico Nasty
Robb Bank$
Run The Jewels
S
Scarlxrd
School Boy Q
Sheck Wes
Ski Mask The Slump God
Slowthai
T
The Internet
The Kid Laroi
The Underachievers
The Weeknd
Tierra Whack
Travis Scott
Trippie Redd
Tyler, The Creator
U
V
Vince Staples
W
X
XXXTentacion
Y
Z
Zelooperz

Indie Hip Hop Prominence

RapIndie needs to expand the roster of prevalent voices on the platform. The problem is there are generally two kinds of artists.

1. The rappers that link themselves to hip hop culture,

2. The rappers that fight to transcend culture shock with some form of angle,

Are they helping? Are any of these music videos changing culture in some way? Or is the audience going deaf from hearing the same redundant messages? How long has it been since an artist made a song/album that began a conversation? How long has it been since an artist made the audience question their genetic dominance? 

The reason the same few artists get passed around is because most artists don't create cultural change. We like sharing the spotlight, but we love those artists that have a bigger cultural relevance than this platform does.


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