10 Ethiopian Rappers You Need to Know (2022)

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Love it or hate it, rap has gone global. While the genre undoubtedly originated in NYC in the late ’70s, it soon spread not only to the West coast but further away than anyone could have ever imagined. And with rap music now an international phenomenon, many artists worldwide have started dabbling in the genre, rhyming in their own respective languages.

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While acts from Europe, Latin America, and Asia are getting their fair share of recognition, most African rappers tend to fall under the radar. Even more so when they come from a country whereits official language is neither French or English. That is the case of Ethiopia — the only African country never to be colonized, where its culture is still deep-rooted in its ancient traditions (for instance, the country follows its own calendar, and rang in the year 2011 this past September).

The Ethiopian rap scene is still relatively young, with most rappers rhyming in Amharic, the country’s vehicular language. However, Ethiopian artists are now starting to get local and international exposure, thanks to the overwhelming support of the young diaspora. And with the majority of the diaspora communityresiding in the United States (Washington D.C. has the largest number of Ethiopians living outside of Ethiopia, while Los Angeles has its own Little Ethiopia off of Fairfax Blvd), there's also an ever-growing number of Ethiopian-American rappers out there.

Scroll down to peep the best Ethiopian rappers right now.

Skat Nati

When Skat Nati surprise-dropped his new single "Sira" (which literally translates to "work") accompanied by a video shot in an up-and-coming area of Ethiopia's capital Addis Ababa, many were left wondering where he came from.

While Ethiopian rap had been a thing for a hot minute, this was the very first time we were introduced to a proper Amharic trap tune incorporating subtle, traditional melodies. Unsurprisingly, the song soon became an instant hit both in Ethiopia and among the diaspora worldwide, with the video gathering over 600,000 YouTube views in just a few months.

While "Sira" undoubtedly put him on the map, Skat Nati isn't new to the game. He's been releasing music since 2015, including tracks such as "Ahadu" and "Zeraf." But if his latest track is any indication of what's coming next from the young rapper, it may be safe to say that Skat Nati has a bright future ahead.

Ras Nebyu

Washington D.C. has the biggest concentration of Ethiopians living outside of Ethiopia, with the diaspora now an integral part of the local culture (just take a stroll down U Street and you'll see). So it shouldn't come as a surprise that many up-and-coming Ethiopian rappers hail from the area.

Coming out of uptown Washington D.C., Ras Nebyu is an Ethiopian-American rapper who's gathered a following in his home base. Co-founder of the WashingtonSlizzard — a collective ofD.C. rappers, producers, and overall creatives — Ras Nebyu first hit the scene in 2011, with his debut mixtape Kennedy Street Teachings, and has since grown bigger and better.

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In 2014, Nebyu released Ras Griffin III, on which he swiftly switched from rapping to singing, and even went on to perform overseas, opening up for Wizkid in Ivory Coast's capital Abidjan. More recently, Nebyu linked up with PG County raptress Rico Nasty on "Thirsty Packman," a track which anticipates Nebyu's first studio album Uptown Lion Walkin', to be released on November 1.

Aminé

Alright, Aminé may not need a proper introduction. The Portland, Oregon rapper rose to fame after his single "Caroline" hit the charts in 2016, andhe's been killing it ever since. But did you know he was Ethiopian?

Yup. Aminé's full name is Adam Aminé Daniel, and his parents immigrated from Ethiopia and Eritrea into the United States in the early ’90s. In fact, you could say that Aminé is pretty proud of his Ethiopian roots, withsongs like "Baba" (meaning "daddy" in both Amharic and Tigrinya) on which he can be heardspitting a few verses in Amharic.

Last August, Aminé dropped ONEPOINTFIVE, and visuals for the standout track "Reel It In" soon followed.Once the video dropped, which sees Aminé at a car wash surrounded by strippers,his mother sent him the most hilarious text ever, which includedthe sentenceBesma'am wilde menfes kidus(for the non-Ethiopians, this literally translates to "In the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit). So yes, Aminé is American, but he won't hesitate to remind us of his Ethiopian roots.

Siimba Liives Long

Siimba Liives Long was born in New York, grew up in Addis Ababa, and then returned to Brooklyn. In 2015, Siimba dropped visuals for his single "Cocaine Bimbie," returning to Ethiopia to shoot the visuals, in which he can be seen frolicking with wild lions and literally playing with fire.

As you can image, Siimba is not one to shy away from thought-provoking and insane visuals. Just acouple of months ago, he released the video for "Hooked," in which he's hanging from hooks piercing through his skin.An introspective song about all of his vices, "Hooked" also touches on his Ethiopian background: "My momma worked hard as an immigrant / just so I could be raised as a citizen."

Just recently, Siimba dropped his latest video for "Bad for the Soul" featuring Kamau. Stay tuned for more coming out from the rapper, as he's currently releasingmusic on a weekly basis.

Lola Monroe

Fershgenet Melaku, aka Lola Monroe, was born in Addis Ababa and raised in Washington D.C.'s Garfield Terrace.Does she look familiar?That might be because she first was a video model under the moniker of Angel Lola Luv (back when being a "video vixen" was an actual career), and starred in many videos we all know and love, such as Kanye West’s “Good Life” featuring T-Pain.

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Determined to be more than a video model, Lola gradually transitioned into music and released her first mixtape in 2009, Boss Bitch’s World. Other mixtapes soon followed and, in 2011, she was signed to Wiz Khalifa’s label and dubbed the 'First Lady' of Taylor Gang.

While at Taylor Gang, Lola released Lipstick and Pistols, and later dropped her debut single “B.B. (Boss Bitch)” featuring fellow Taylor Gang artists Chevy Woods and Juicy J. In 2013, however, she announced that she wasn’t part of Wiz’s label anymore. Today, five years and a baby later, she’s working on coming back with her debut album, so stay tuned.

Samsonyte

Along with the DMV and California, Texas also has a pretty sizeable Ethiopian community, with Dallas having the biggest concentration. And Dallas is where Samsonyte, a young Ethiopian-American artist, calls home.

In 2017, the now 22-year-old rapper self-released his debut album The Muse, which accumulated tons of streams across all platforms. Samsonyte’s 12-track debut album contained “Lucy,” an uber-smooth track sampling Dr. Dre’s “Xxplosive” and Erykah Badu's "Bag Lady" (which actually sampled “Bumpy’s Lament” by Soul Mann & the Brothers, but I digress...).

Committed to turning music into his profession, Samsonyte has recently quit his day job to pursue music full-time and focus on his sophomore album. Listing André 3000, Pharrell Williams, and J. Cole as his main influences, Samsonyte is here to share his jazzy neo-soul and retro vibes with the world.

OneTakeDrew

Likemany up-and-coming Ethiopian-American artists, OneTakeDrew is a rapper out of the DMV area. Based in Alexandria, VA, Drew began taking rap seriously a few years back, following his remix of Wale's "Ambition." Since then, many other remixes followed and Drew ended up opening for Erykah Badu, Ab-Soul, and Stalley. In 2016, he released his first tape Ventilation, which landed him on Joe Budden's podcast.

Born from an Ethiopian mother and an African-American father, Drew's mother left Ethiopia at the age of 3, due to the country's then-communist regime. While he's never been to Ethiopia, Drew plans to take a trip there sometime soon.

"Doro wot is the shit," admits Drew. "It's probably one of my favorite dishes on Earth. Above all else though, I love the sense of camaraderie I feel in the Ethiopian community from complete strangers. It gives me a sense of pride, so when I hit a milestone or achieve something it's not just for me. It's for the entire community."

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Teddy Yo

Born Tewodros Assefa, Teddy Yo is one of Ethiopia's most known acts. Teddy was born in Shiro Meda, a neighborhood of Addis Ababa, and later moved to Ayer Tena. The first hip-hop song he ever listened to was a track from LL Cool J and fell in love with the genre ever since. Later on, he felt that his generation needed a more modern sonic outlet to promote their culture, and hip-hop was the perfect medium.

Teddy initial rose to fame was in 2007 thanks to “Gurageton,” a festive uptempo track released to celebrate the new Millennium (remember, the Ethiopian calendar is seven years behind). This led him to get lots of bookings not only in Ethiopia, but also across the U.S., Australia, and the UK, where a lot of the Ethiopian diaspora resides.

In a music scene where artists tend to dabble in all genres, from traditional Ethiopian music and reggae to hip-hop and rock, Teddy is determined to stick to the script and help establish Ethiopian hip-hop as a long-standing genre.

Lij Michael

If Ethiopia had a "rap star," then it would be Lij Michael. The young rapper, previously known as Faf, is what many would describe as the most popular Ethiopian rapper to date. Lij Michael, real name Michael Taye, first hit the scene in 2007 with his debut single “Arada L’arada,” which quickly garnered over 300,000 YouTube views inits first few months.

Other catchy rap tunes soon followed, and Lij Michael soon became popular both in Ethiopia and abroad. Fusing Ethiopian sounds with hip-hop, Lij soon became the main reference for the latest generation of local musicians.What’s more, Lij is also known as being one of the originators of the Ethiopian rap movement, helping put the genre onto the country’s music scene.

Admittedly, the country’s music scene has been predominantly traditional with pop and reggae artists on the big stage, for the most part. Not anymore — Lij Michael and others have been able to break through and show the older generation they mean business.

Hahu Beatz

TBH, Hahu Beatz’s sound (and visuals) will be appreciated by those already familiar with the culture. His newest single “Zomawa” is a hit — with 6 million views and counting — however, it may not be for everyone. But once you get past the creepy clowns andunfamiliar sounds, you’ll find that it’s pretty damn catchy.

Coming from Mekele, Tigray, Hahu Beatz has been part of the Ethiopian rap scene fornearly a decade. Before rapping, Hahu actually went to college (like pretty much every Ethiopian kid is expected to do) and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Hawassa University.

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Still, he decided to focus on music and originally began rapping in English. However, he soon discovered that young Ethiopians would rather listen to English-speaking rap from the U.S., and switched to Amharic instead. Before breaking through with his hit “Zomawa,” Hahu released other note-worthy singles such as “Yibelu” and “Demkalech Wstea.”

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FAQs

Who is Ethiopian best artist? ›

Ejigayehu "Gigi" Shibabaw is one of the most successful contemporary Ethiopian singers worldwide.

Who is the most famous Ethiopian singer? ›

1. Aster Aweke. Aster Aweke is an Ethiopian-born, Washington-based singer. One of the country's leading artists, Aweke was born in Gondar in 1961, and was already making strides towards a professional music career in her home country by her late teens.

What is amine ethnicity? ›

Aminé is the son of Ethiopian immigrants who came to the United States in the early 1990s. Aminé's mother worked at a post office and his father was a teacher and translator part-time. Aminé was born and raised in the Northeast Portland neighborhood of Woodlawn.

Who is the best rapper? ›

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PositionRapperTop Strength
1EminemCharisma
2Tech N9neFlow
3Chali 2naMultisyllabic Rhymes
4Jay-ZAuthenticity
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Who is the African best rapper? ›

Nsikayesizwe David Junior Ngcobo, commonly known as Nasty C, is arguably the best in South Africa and the best rapper in Africa 2022.

Where is Ethiopia ranked in the world? ›

Ethiopia (Ranked 145th) :: Legatum Prosperity Index 2021.

Who is the first pop in Ethiopia? ›

List of abunas of Ethiopia
Abuna of Ethiopia
Incumbent: Mathias Since 28 February 2013
StyleHis Holiness
Information
First holderSt. Frumentius (Bishop) Basilios (Patriarch)
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Who is the richest man in the Ethiopia? ›

1) Mohammed Al Amoudi

Considered the richest person in Ethiopia, his business comprises Oil & Gas, Real Estate and Technology. Worth $8.3 billion, Al-Amoudi's fortune is derived mainly from closely held companies in Sweden, Saudi Arabia, and Ethiopia.

Who is the richest girl in Ethiopia? ›

Bethlehem launched "The Republic of Leather", designing sustainable luxury leather goods, and "Garden of Coffee" retail outlets to promote Ethiopian coffees.
...
Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu
Born1980 (age 41–42) Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
NationalityEthiopian
EducationUnity University
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Who started hip hop in Ethiopia? ›

Hip hop music started influencing Ethiopian music in the early to mid 2000s and culminated with the creation of Ethiopian hip hop, rhymed in the native Amharic language. The earliest and most influential rappers of the hip hop were Teddy Yo and Lij Michael, with the latter being more commercially successful.

Who is Ethiopian hero? ›

This is the story of one Ethiopian officer who won a US gallantry award. In 1951, the Ethiopian Emperor, Haile Selassie, decided to send thousands of troops to fight as part of the American-led UN force supporting South Korea against the communist North and its ally, China.

What ethnicity is Dua? ›

Early life. Dua Lipa was born in London, the eldest child of Kosovo Albanian parents Anesa (née Rexha) and Dukagjin Lipa from Pristina, FR Yugoslavia (present-day Kosovo). Her family is Muslim. Through her maternal grandmother, she is of Bosnian descent.

What race is dojo? ›

Doja Cat, whose real name is Amala Ratna Zandile Dlamini, was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Doja Cat parents are Deborah Elizabeth Sawyer, who is Jewish-American, and Dumisani Dlamini, who is South African. Therefore, Doja Cat ethnicity is mixed - she is both South African and Jewish-American.

How old is amine? ›

Who is the rap king? ›

King Of Rap is a highly honorable title that is hard to associate with only one hip-hop artist as there are countless hip-hop artists and enthusiasts today. However, there is one name that is respected and appreciated by almost all different branches of hip-hop; Eminem.

Who is the most gangster rapper? ›

Eazy-E is, without a doubt, the most notorious gangsta rapper of all. The artist was a gangbanging long before he ever stood close to a microphone, and it was this fearsome refusal to be anything other than “real” that attracted Dre to the artist in the first place.

Why is it called rap? ›

As early as 1956, deejays were toasting (an African tradition of "rapped out" tales of heroism) over dubbed Jamaican beats. It was called "rap", expanding the word's earlier meaning in the African-American community—"to discuss or debate informally."

Who is the #1 famous rapper? ›

1. Drake – Best Rappers In The World. Aubrey Drake Graham, professionally known as Drake is a Canadian singer, rapper, producer and songwriter as well. He is undeniably hip hop's number one trendsetter since 2009 when he joined the scene.

Who is the king of rapper in Africa? ›

1. NASTY C: Nasty C is an African top rapper. He has Nsikayesizwe David Junior Ngcobo as his full name. He is from South African, And he is a songwriter and a record producer.

Who is the most famous rapper? ›

Eminem. Eminem is the best-selling rapper in history. With over 200 million records sold, he is also the 6th best-selling solo music artist of all time. Growing up in Detroit, Marshall Mathers aka Eminem started his rap career at the age of 16.

Is Ethiopia rich or poor? ›

With about 115 million people (2020), Ethiopia is the second most populous nation in Africa after Nigeria, and still the fastest growing economy in the region, with 6.3 percent growth in FY2020/21. However, it is also one of the poorest, with a per capita gross national income of $890.

What is the weakest region in Ethiopia? ›

Amhara region has 90.1% poverty rate while Tigray has 85.4%.

Is Ethiopia poor than India? ›

Ethiopia has a GDP per capita of $2,200 as of 2017, while in India, the GDP per capita is $7,200 as of 2017. In Ethiopia, 17.5% of adults are unemployed as of 2012. In India, that number is 8.5% as of 2017. In Ethiopia, 29.6% live below the poverty line as of 2014.

What was Ethiopia's name before? ›

Ethiopia, formerly Abyssinia, is a landlocked country in the East of Africa. It shares one of its borders with Somalia, to the East. Sudan to the West, South Sudan to the South West. Kenya to the South and Djibouti to the North East.

Who named Ethiopia First? ›

In the 15th-century Ge'ez Book of Axum, the name is ascribed to a legendary individual called Ityopp'is. He was an extra-biblical son of Cush, son of Ham, said to have founded the city of Axum.

What does Abuna mean? ›

noun. the title of the chief bishop of the Ethiopian Church.

Who is the richest family in Ethiopia? ›

Mohammed Hussein Ali Al-'Amoudi (Arabic: محمد حسين علي العمودي; Amharic: መሀመድ ሁሴን አሊ አላሙዲ; born 1946) is a Saudi billionaire businessman. He was born in Ethiopia in 1946 to a Yemeni father from Hadhramaut and an Ethiopian Muslim mother.

Which region is rich in Ethiopia? ›

Amhara Region
Amhara Region አማራ ክልል
Map of Ethiopia showing the Amhara Region
Coordinates: 11°39′39″N 37°57′28″E
CountryEthiopia
CapitalBahir Dar
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Who is the Top 10 Richest Man in Ethiopia? ›

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  • Tewodros Ashenafi. Ambo Mineral Water/SAB Miller/South West Energy. ...
  • Tekleberhan Ambaye. ...
  • Eskinder Zewdie. ...
  • Buzuayehu T. ...
  • Ketema Kebede. ...
  • Samuel Tafesse. ...
  • Akiko Seyoum Ambaye.

Where do rich live in Ethiopia? ›

In Addis Ababa, these new moguls live in the tonier areas like Bole, an airport-adjacent neighbourhood dotted with embassies and hotels, or the Old Airport area in the south-west, home to the Addis Ababa Golf Club. During the day, they hobnob with government officials at the upscale Hilton and Sheraton hotels.

Who is the richest girl on earth? ›

There were 328 women listed on the world's billionaires as of 17 March 2021, up from 241 in March 2020. Since 2021, Francoise Bettencourt Meyers is listed as the world's wealthiest woman.

Who is best entrepreneur in Ethiopia? ›

Ethiopia: Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu, the businesswoman who conquers the world with her shoes. Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu is an Ethiopian entrepreneur.

Who is the king of Ethiopian music? ›

Tilahun Gessesse is indisputably the king of Ethiopian Music. And the government now gets it that he deserves a statute in the capital Addis Ababa.

Who is the first singer in Ethiopia? ›

The life and work of Azmari Tèssèma Eshèté, the first Ethiopian singer to record commercially, includes interviews with Yidnèkatchèw Tèssèma.

Who really invented hip hop? ›

The birth of hip hop is believed to date back to Aug. 11, 1973, where DJ Kool Herc, real name Clive Campbell, and his friend hosted a back-to-school party in Bronx, New York. Eighteen-year-old Campbell and his friend Coke La Rock are often referred to as the fathers of hip-hop.

What is the best Ethiopian name? ›

47 of the best Ethiopian male names
  • Aklilu. ...
  • Alimayu. ...
  • Anbassa. ...
  • Bemnet. “In trust”.
  • Biruk. An Amharic version of the more internationally recognizable Barack, this means “blessed”.
  • Cherenet. “Kindness”.
  • Dejen. Amharic form of the Hebrew David, which means “pillar”.
  • Desta. A name for both boys and girls that means “joy”.

What do they call God in Ethiopia? ›

Igziabeher (Amharic: እግዚአብሔር; /əɡziˈɑːbəhɛr/) means literally "Lord of a nation or tribe", i.e. God, in the Ethiopian or Ge'ez language, as well as modern Ethiosematic languages including Amharic.

Who ruled Ethiopia for 6 hours? ›

Menelik II
Menelik II ዳግማዊ ምኒልክ
PredecessorYohannes IV
SuccessorLij Iyasu (designated but uncrowned Emperor of Ethiopia)
Born17 August 1844 Angolalla, Shewa, Ethiopian Empire
Died12 December 1913 (aged 69) Addis Ababa, Ethiopian Empire
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Who is the owner of J TV Ethiopia? ›

JTV Ethiopia is an Ethiopian free-to-air satellite television channel owned by Yosef Gebre, a journalist, singer and philanthropist who previously began his TV show in EBS TV before establishing his own channel. It is based in Phoenix, Arizona, U.S and launched in 2016 on Nilesat.

Who is the richest Africa rapper? ›

Forbes 10 richest rappers in Africa in 2022
RankNameNetworth
1Olamide$12 Million
2Sarkodie$11 Million
3AKA$10 Million
4Phyno$10 Million
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Who is the best African rapper of the year? ›

Sierra Leone's Rapper and Black Leo Music Boss, Amara Dennis Turay popularly known as Kao Denero has won the Best Hip Hop/Rap Artiste at the prestigious African Entertainment Awards USA (AEAUSA). Kao Denero's victory was announced during the 7th AEAUSA held today December 26, 2021 in the United States.

Who is the best female rapper in Africa? ›

Zambian female rapper Bombshell Grenade has won major accolade at this years AFRIMMA Awards as “Best Female Rapper in Africa.”

Who is the most subscribed Youtuber in Ethiopia? ›

10 Top Ethiopia YouTube Channels 2022
  • Hope Music. YouTube Channel Subscribers: 1,130,000. ...
  • EBStv Worldwide. YouTube Channel Subscribers: 685,000. ...
  • Arada Movies1. YouTube Channel Subscribers: 463,000. ...
  • DireTube. YouTube Channel Subscribers: 356,000. ...
  • EBC. ...
  • Andafta. ...
  • OBN (Oromia Broadcasting Network) Oromiyaa. ...
  • ESATtv.

How many channels are in Ethiopia? ›

The total number of channels available to viewers is over 200, including over 70 Ethiopian channels, 65 religious channels and 85 international channels. The international channels include BBC World, Beln sport, CNN, Sky News and more. Many of these channels are exclusive to the 8° West orbital position.

Which TV is assembled in Ethiopia? ›

Most internationally recognised TV brands are assembled in the country. This includes Samsung, LG, Konka, JVC and Sony. On top of this, Fana, Kodad, Sky Worth, Superfine, Amazz, Classic, Siyinix and Mewe are the other smart TVs which are assembled locally.

Who is the king of rapper in Africa? ›

1. NASTY C: Nasty C is an African top rapper. He has Nsikayesizwe David Junior Ngcobo as his full name. He is from South African, And he is a songwriter and a record producer.

Who is Liberia richest musician? ›

Juli Endee is the richest musician as of now in Liberia as she widely recognized by even the Liberian government. Queen Juli Endee is a Liberian musician, Culture Ambassador of the Republic, traditional Queen, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador for Children in Liberia.

Who is richest musician in world? ›

1. Kanye West. The record for richest musician in the world 2022 is held by Kanye West who has accumulated his huge wealth through music, real estate and brand endorsement. He is one of the richest singers in the world.

Who is the richest rapper in Africa 2022? ›

Kiernan Jarry

With an estimated net worth of about $12 million, Kiernan Jarry who is a South African rapper is currently the richest rapper in Africa. Kiernan Jarry, who is identified as AKA is a record producer, rapper, singer, and also businessman. The richest rapper was raised in Cape Town in South Africa.

Who is the most successful rapper? ›

Eminem is the best-selling rapper in history. With over 200 million records sold, he is also the 6th best-selling solo music artist of all time. Growing up in Detroit, Marshall Mathers aka Eminem started his rap career at the age of 16.

Who are the top 10 female rappers? ›

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  • Lauryn Hill. ...
  • Cardi B. ...
  • Lil' Kim. ...
  • Missy Elliott. ...
  • Megan Thee Stallion. ...
  • Queen Latifah.
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Who is #1 female rapper of all time? ›

1. Missy Elliott — With over 30 million records sold, this Virginia native is reportedly the top-selling female rapper of all time and deserves to someday be enshrined in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, alongside such fellow hip-hop heroes as Public Enemy and 2Pac.

Who is the best freestyle rapper in Africa? ›

DanDizzy, born in the 90s from Nigeria as Daniel Darius Tuotamuno, is the best rap freestyle entertainer from Africa.

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