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Rap fans tend to get into arguments with other rap fans, and it doesn't take much more than someone declaring their Favorite Rapper. The choice is yours. Rookies and new jacks need not apply—this debate is strictly for the catalog artists, people who have shifted the culture in previously unmovable ways, artists whose music has permeated and resonated over an extended period of time.

But there is one debate that every rap fan not only loves to have but ought to have. A debate that pits a rapper in their prime against any and all competitors. A debate that gawks at the cultural landscape and plucks out the one who stands alone: Anyone can become the Best Rapper Alive.

Some came out the gate with next-level rhymes that had everyone running back to the lab; for others it was a culmination of their gifts that coalesced for one great year. When a rapper steps in front of a microphone, and everyone in hip-hop has no choice but to look their way and give props, well then, they just might be the Best Rapper Alive. Of course in hip-hop, being the best is intrinsically about being BIG.

So the question remains: Who got the props? The first person to DJ and rap simultaneously, raps were stolen for "Rapper's Delight". After experiencing one of DJ Kool Herc's early hip-hop parties for the first time, Bronx-born Curtis Fisher got himself two turntables and a mic and adopted the name Casanova Fly. Hailed as the first to rap and DJ simultaneously, he earned the title Grandmaster Caz and became the standout member of the legendary Cold Crush Brothers, rocking countless park jams, recording singles for the Tuff City label, and battling the Fantastic Five in the seminal hip-hop movie, Wild Style.

Yet despite all these accomplishments, Caz's biggest claim to fame Is being the man whose lyrics were jacked by Big Bank Hank for the Sugarhill Gang's "Rapper's Delight," the first rap song to hit the Billboard Top Hank was actually Cold Crush's manager at the time. As the story goes, Joe Robinson of Sugarhill Records heard him rapping along to a tape of Caz while working in a pizza parlor and invited him to make a record.

Even two decades after the fact, Caz's skills are undeniable. And in nobody could touch him. When a young Russell Simmons called Kurtis Blow "the king of rap" he knew what he was talking about; his record "Christmas Rappin'" was a yuletide novelty that sounded much better than it had to.

And even if "Personality Jock," his joint with Fatback Band, was not the very first, you can't dispute the man's rhymes go on and on like the Energizer Bunny in a fuzzy Kangol. In Kurtis Blow wasn't just the best rapper alive, he was the first rapper to show and prove that a career in rap was even possible. He came right back with a self-titled debut album the following year, powered by "The Breaks," which became the first gold single in rap history.

Blow's exuberant flow on the cut still thrills three decades later. He would continue to be a force in hip-hop, touring the world, producing, and acting, but this was the year when it first came together for him. Spoonie Gee, Kool Moe Dee, Jimmy Spicer Harlem native Spoonie Gee's fresh rhymes on "Spoonin' Rap" contained the first references to jailhouse life in rap music, including the invaluable advice "Please my brother, don't drop the soap.

Born Mohandas Dewese in Manhattan, Moe was a quiet character who channeled his passion into carefully crafted rhymes. At age 19 he devastated the renowned party rapper Busy Bee Starski at the Harlem World Christmas Rappers' Convention in a performance that is often cited as the first hip-hop battle.

Every time she rocked the mic, the feisty Bronx MC outshone her male counterparts. If you see modern-day Melle Mel out in New York City rocking a powder blue tuxedo with long tails and calling himself "Muscle Simmons," you might not suspect that this is the same dude who rhymed the immortal words "Don't push me, 'cause I'm close to the edge. Put it like this: The A side picked up where "The Message" left off, talking about real life struggles of real people.

But where Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five's story ended in tragedy, with a body used and abused and hanging dead in a cell—the artists themselves being harassed by cops—"It's Like That" was defiant and resilient. War, crime, poverty, prejudice, ignorance, the bum eating out of a garbage can who once was your man? Run's response was as cold and hard as the streets of Hollis, Queens: These words defined rap's new world order, a cold hard cash philosophy that would prevail through Puffy's "All About the Benjamins" moment and remains unabated in this era of Young Money Cash Money Business.

These were big ideas for a rap record, but side B of this epic single was arguably more significant. Before long he was enjoying "Champagne, caviar, and bubble bath" even though he'd prefer to "Cold chill at a party in a B-boy stance. Spitting cautionary tales of cocaine addiction over the beat from Liquid Liquid's "Cavern," Mel's booming baritone made a powerful case for his continued relevance.

Meanwhile, as Run-DMC proclaimed the cash money gospel, another Rush Management client, BK's own Jimmy Spicer rapped about the power of "Money Dollar Bill Y'all " and scored the biggest hit of his career, as well as one of the year's freshest records. Rammellzee was more of a graf legend than an MC, but in he and K-Rob created "the holy grail of rap records. The far-out limited-edition single became an underground sensation and set the stage for the futuristic avant-garde expressions of hip-hop artists ranging from the Beastie Boys to Dr Octagon and MF Doom.

The nine-track tour de force announced that these three teenagers from Hollis, Queens, were rewriting the rules of the rap game, stripping the music down to its elements: He got the gig thanks to his older brother Russell, who managed Blow.

Run later emerged as the leader of the group, although what made Run-DMC work was the way they all gelled into a whole that was greater than the sum of its parts. With their black Lee jeans and matching jackets, unlaced adidas sneakers, and zero-fucks-given body language, Run-DMC looked as if they had just rolled off Linden Boulevard. No matter how successful they got, they never lost that attitude, taking it with them as they stepped on stages and broke down barriers for hip-hop culture all around the world.

Double L's was the most urgent and authentic voice in hip-hop that year. Whatever his rhymes may have lacked in complexity they more than made up for with heaping portions of b-boy bravado. Later on in this semi-autobiographical tune, LL makes the jump from fandom to fame, becoming the artist whose voice booms through the radio. But pinning that title on Kris Parker, a. As such, his lyrics were tools of war, which he kept sharpened to a lethal edge. DJ Scott LaRock, who worked there as a counselor.

KRS was also an MC and graf writer known for battling other residents at the shelter. Scott was so sufficiently impressed that he would slide the year-old passes that allowed him to go out and catch live rap shows from time to time.

Filled with local pride, Shan asserted that the Bridge played a vital role in the birth and evolution of hip-hop—and he had a point, since it was home to Marley Marl and the mighty Juice Crew. Nevertheless, the song provoked KRS, who proudly repped for the Bronx in a hip-hop masterpiece set to a shrill, staccato beat and raps that hit home like blunt force trauma. Vacillating between Blastmaster and teacher mode, KRS worked a lengthy hip-hop history lesson into the second verse, shouting out such luminaries as Kool Herc, Afrika Bambaataa, and Grandmaster Flash—among others—and evoking memories of jams in Cedar Park and Bronx River where the amps were powered by electricity jacked from lamp posts.

But before long KRS brought it back to the battle. KRS remains a hip-hop icon to this day, but in there was simply no denying the fact that he was the best rapper alive. Jive elected to leave its logo off the album for years. See industry Rule That single got him signed to Island Records, and in Eric B. More than just a rapper, Rakim proudly proclaimed himself to be a writer.

On the strength of this success, he would become the first rapper to perform on TV during the Grammy Awards. The Great Adventures of Slick Rick. Goddamn, was a good year for hip-hop. Or at least too good to distil for a list like this. So many great voices emerged, saying so many compelling, literally world-changing, genre-shifting things. But only one of them said it the slickest.

And his name was Rick. Though Rick had been an obviously able lyricist on his earlier work, and stood out thanks to his English accent, the mix of intricat e and often hilarious narratives with stone-cold shit talking that he unleashed on the LP was absolutely unprecedented.

His stories were rich, oscillating between cartoons with morals, like "Children's Story," and ridiculous slices of life, like "The Moment I Feared. He had so much swag it would make you want to kill yourself. Or at least "Lick the Balls," as he invites all crab rappers to do on the song of the same name. Perhaps most groundbreaking, though, was his introduction to hip-hop of the alter ego on the NYC nightclub classic "Mona Lisa," in which he suggests that Slick Rick and MC Ricky Dee are separate people.

This archetype would be explored at length by acolytes like Redman, Biggie Smalls, Eminem, and even T. There is no way around it. But it wasn't all about Chuck D. It was about the idea. It was about the group. It was about the message. It was about the noise. And yes, Chuck brought all of the above. Chuck has one of the greatest voices in rap history.

But still, despite all of the accolades you can give him during that period, he just wasn't the top lyricist. Ice Cube also punched listeners in the face that year on N. He barreled over the tracks with force and passion, and proved that people outside of New York could compete. That said, what his rhymes had in chutzpah they lacked in polish or depth. And then there was Big Daddy Kane. Emerging from Marley Marl's Juice Crew, the Brooklyn MC had a smooth confidence as he nonchalantly spit the most intricate bars he could write.

His first album only teased his greatness, but his ascent was obvious. It's a Big Daddy Thing. In fact, the Bedford-Stuyvesant native, born Antonio Hardy, was more than just an influence on both of these future Best Rapper Alive title holders. And during the early s, Jay Z and Positive K toured with Kane, performing during his costume changes.

Chuck D, the D. Texas native the D. No matter what Jay Z says, there was nothing quite like hearing G Rap in his prime.

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