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Equal Audience Hype

Experimental Rap

Baby Keem, Brent Faiyaz, Danny Brown, Frank Ocean, Jasiah, Jpeg Mafia, JuiceWRLD, Kid Cudi, Odd Future, Run The Jewels, The Internet, Travis Scott, Tyler the Creator, 6lack

Concious Rap

Ab Soul, Cordae, Chance The Rapper, Denzel Curry, Earl Sweatshirt, Hopsin, Jaden, Joey Badass, Kendrick Lamar, Lil Wayne, Lupe Fiasco, Tierra Whack

Trap Music

Future, J.I.D., Kodak Black, Latto, Polo G, Sofaygo, Young Thug

Drill Music

Bobby Shmurda, Fivio Foreign, Lil Durk, Nardo Wick

Rage Rap

Playboi Carti, Sheck Wes, XXXTentacion


A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Asap Ferg, Asap Rocky, BIA, Coi Leray, Flo Milli, Giveon, Ice Spice, Ken Carson, Lil Uzi Vert, Logic


Big Sean, Cardi B, DJ Khaled, Drake, Eminem, Foster Lancaster, Iann Dior, Jack Harlow, Kanye West, Pharrell, Post Malone, The Kid Laroi, The Weeknd / Abel Tesfaye
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Rappers are known for massive egos and bragging but, in this age of indifferrent hype, real fans have a lot of power. We elevate artists and they elevate us. 

We benefit when people represent our culture favorably and they can become a social common-ground. 

The merch we wear can communicate who we are and connect us on a scale we may not reach with our own notoriety.

The musical entertainment we get is beyond deserving of the streaming click.

It's always tempting to have reservations due to things we would change about an act or platform so being a passionate fan of someone or something doesn't happen by accident. It's a choice. And it may seem selfless or submissive, but committing yourself to supporting someone else can give you more swag and be a lot of fun. Go be a real fan.

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