Responsible Rappers With (Mostly) Clean Lyrics That We Love

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After performing his hit “Ridin” to an audience of white kids and hearing them rap the n-word right along with him, Chamillionaire decided (rightly) that he would no longer employ the controversial term in his songs. (His music was already relatively PG-13 otherwise). He released “Ultimate Victory” afterward – a landmark album for its total lack of profanity as well as the “Parental Advisory” sticker so common on hip hop albums of today.

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