These are the best rappers according to Eminem

Is it possible to make a list of the best rappers in history? Eminem is always a fixture on the lists of best rap singers. A few days ago, Marshall Mathers himself offered for the first time in his life a selection of names complete enough for us to classify it as a list of the best rappers according to Eminem. In the selection of MCs we find the usual suspects and some other surprises. Spoilers: There are neither Lil Pump, nor Migos, nor Mac Miller, nor XXXTentacion, nor 6ix9ineNor Lil Uzi Vert ni Bad bunny.

The best rappers in history according to Eminem

  • 2Pac
  • The Notorious BIG
  • Nas
  • Jay Z
  • K
  • Redman
  • LL Cool J
  • J Cole
  • Andre 3000
  • Rakim
  • Lil Wayne
  • Royce Da 5′ 9″
  • reach
  • g-rap
  • KXNG Crooked
  • Joyner Lucas
  • Big Daddy Kane

The list is not sorted by Eminem's preferences, Well, the Detroit rapper simply limited himself to responding to a tweet from one of his fans, the enthusiastic YouTuber No Life Shaq (possibly the Eminem fan with the most complete and fun YouTube channel).

We explain the list of best rappers according to Eminem 

One of the main reasons why it is almost impossible to make a list of the best rappers in history is the analysis of the evolution of the genre itself. Does it make sense to compare the nature, substance and form of LL Cool J's rhymes with those of Kendrick Lamar?

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A highly criticized absence (not by us) has been that of Drake. Would Toronto deserve to be on this list? Dr. Dre, in case anyone is wondering, no, because he has always recognized that he is more of a producer than a rapper. He has no problem recognizing that the songs are written for him (Still DRE is the work of Jay-Z and practically all of Dre's appearances with Eminem have been written by the latter).

The presence in the list of the best rappers in the history of Cole and, above all, of Kendrick, they have no discussion. Another story is about Joyner. Eminem's stubbornness with Joyner Lucas (with whom he collaborated on the wonderful Lucky You) it is nothing new. Joyner Lucas has EVERYTHING left to prove. And, as we have seen recently with his album ADHD, the level is good, but not at the level of a legend. In all this, where are Mobb Depp, The Game, 50 Cent and Snoop Dogg?

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