Responsible Rappers With (Mostly) Clean Lyrics That We Love

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June 20, 2013 ‐ By Meghan Williams

In a world full of Lil Waynes, Chief Keefs and Nicki Minajs, it’s not often we hear rap music that isn’t laced with expletives and sexually charged, violent lyrics. So those rappers who make it a point to produce clean music are like a breath of fresh air. Which artists fall in this category? Click on to find out.

 

Source: thecoolmag.com

Source: thecoolmag.com

Will Smith

Back when Will Smith was The Fresh Prince, he secured his place in music history by releasing songs with PG lyrics and wholesome themes. Though other artists have adopted a similar strategy, Will Smith has always been considered one of the cleanest overall.

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  • CD

    Quest clean? Really? No way they should be on this list.

  • Child_Puhleez

    Um, methinks the author never listened to A Tribe Called Quest’s ‘Midnight Marauders’ or Queen Latifah’s ‘Black Reign’ albums. Research is key.

    You redeemed yourself with Kid n’ Play, though.

  • Deb

    Digable Planets

  • iRigel

    you forgot the fugees

  • nancy

    Love positive rap. I really can’t stand the rap lyrics these days. These dudes are not artist or original. They all saying the same things over different beats. All they talk about is cars, clothes, name brand and disresoecting women, thats it. Boring as heck.

    • Nope

      There’s plenty of “positive rap” available online. Put those smart phones to use and download the apps to discover the “positive rap”. It always baffles me why people look to the radio to judge hip hop. Oh that’s right, laziness.

  • blythedhia

    Go figure there are no comments on the positive rapper post. We need more rappers like these.

    • Dee

      Go figure. You have to click ‘fiftyleven’ times to see who’s on the list. Ain’t nobody got time fo dat. I wanted to see who made the list but nawl. They wanna make u click all those dang times. No thank you. Never mind.

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      There’s plenty of “positive rap”
      available online. Put those smart phones to use and download the apps to
      discover the “positive rap”. It always baffles me why people look to
      the radio to judge hip hop. Oh that’s right, laziness.

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