On Monday, we announced the most popular rappers in 2017, and this week, we’re releasing our 2017 Top 10 rappers list.
We’ve included artists who’ve had a huge impact on the rap world, as well as the most influential producers of the last decade.
In addition to those names, we’ve also compiled some notable artists who are no longer working with any major label, and we’ve added some artists who we think deserve more recognition.
In honor of the fact that the year is over, we also decided to give the Top 10 some love and include some of our favorite rappers from the past 20 years, who’ve been in the public eye since their debut.
In a year full of artists with multiple albums and singles on the Billboard 200, few artists have had as much success as Snoop Dogg.
From his debut single, “Busta Rhymes,” to the single “I Want to Know,” Snoop is one of the most respected and celebrated rappers of all time.
The rapper was also one of those rappers who had a lot of success in the early 2000s, when he was one of rap’s most prominent and recognizable stars.
In 2007, Snoop dropped “Lil B,” a song that became an instant classic.
Snoop made his rap debut in 2005, when “Buster” became the fastest-selling rap single of all-time.
His popularity grew from there, with hits like “Bad Boy” and “Ridin'” (featuring a cameo by Lil B) leading to multiple collaborations and a record deal with Universal Music.
In 2011, Snoope was signed to Def Jam Records and was able to make some big waves, such as a collaboration with Kendrick Lamar, who became the biggest rapper in the world in 2015.
But he was also very active during the year.
In 2012, he released “All Eyez on Me,” a collaborative effort with Lil B and a song featuring the likes of Lil Uzi Vert, which included the lyric, “All eyez on me / The realest nigga in the game.”
That same year, Snooper revealed his new album, Snoops Life.
The album was a major success, and Snoop’s reputation grew even further.
It reached number three on the U.S. Billboard 200 and was certified platinum by the RIAA in the U, and the album went platinum in Canada.
But the success was short-lived, and by 2017, Snooped had dropped the album and his entire career.
In 2018, Snoopy dropped “I Am Not the One,” which is one track that’s often considered the best of the Snoop era, and it was followed up by the Snooped EP, which featured appearances by Lil Uso, Common, and more.
After his sophomore album, “A Day in the Life,” came out in 2019, Snooping was back to work.
The Compton rapper’s career took off again in 2020, when Snoop released the mixtape “Rap God.”
That album was another major success for Snoop, and in 2021, he was able for the first time to release his third album, The Real Snoop.
The real Snoop had been working on his third solo album, but it was still years away.
But in 2022, Snoopic finally released a new song, “Ruthless,” that was featured on Common’s “WTF.”
The track was Snoopstardom.
The following year, the album “The Best Thing I Can Do” came out, and while the first two tracks were released in 2017 and 2018, the final track was released in 2019.
Snoops biggest hit was “The Way I Am,” which was featured as the lead single on the rapper’s fourth album, Blackstar.
The song was released as the album’s title track, and was one the most anticipated tracks of the year for many fans.
The track had a heavy, heavy beat and an extremely catchy hook, and many people took notice.
It went platinum and became Snoops first chart-topper.
That same month, Snoopers third album was released, “Snoop’s Hotness.”
Snoop was working on another solo album at the time, but the next year, he made another big splash when he released his fifth album, Tha Carter V. The follow-up album was called “Roughness,” and featured the single, “#Money,” which became the most-played track on the album.
The video for the single was the most watched video of the entire year.
It was a visual treat for the world.
The second single, released in 2020 was titled “All I Need,” and it featured Common, Snoof and Lil Ukee Vert, among others.
It also featured the hit single, and hit the Billboard Hot 100.
The next year was another big year for Snooper, as he released two albums, “Molly” and the upcoming “G