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Tyler, the Creator
Teezo Touchdown
Earl Sweatshirt
Tierra Whack
Asap Rocky
Danny Brown
Childish Gambino
Kendrick Lamar
Baby Keem
Frank Ocean
Joey Badass
Pink Pantheress
Travis Scott
Playboi Carti
Chance the Rapper
Kid Cudi
Lil Uzi Vert
Run The Jewels
Foster Lancaster
One thing about hip hop in 2022 is there's a new emphasis on shared/collective identity. 

That's not necessarily bad, but a lot of hip hop artists have the same really lukewarm hype. The focus is on the culture, not the music. Even Tyler's "Call Me If You Get Lost" was an attempt to be a part of hip hop culture.

We've been inclusive at times, but we try to maintain quality because lowering the bar shouldn't make indifference towards the genre

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