I’m not sure which rapper is going to win this week’s annual Billboard Music Awards, but there’s a chance the question will go to one of the most beloved rappers in hip-hop history.
The 2018 Grammy Awards, which take place Feb. 24 at the Nokia Theatre in Hollywood, are expected to draw hundreds of thousands of viewers.
In terms of the overall audience, Drake has the most votes, followed by Wiz Khalifa and Kendrick Lamar.
The winner of each category is decided by a mathematical formula, but the winner is the one who will receive the most awards.
The chart below tracks the popularity of each artist based on the number of votes they have received.
For each artist, the percentage of votes that came from Twitter accounts, YouTube videos and Instagram posts is also shown.
Drake is the undisputed king of the Twitter universe, garnering nearly 30 percent of all votes cast during the 2017 Grammy Awards.
Drake won the Grammy Award for best rap album on Sunday.
He’s not only one of hip-hoppers biggest fans, but he’s also one of its biggest stars.
For the most part, Drake is a fan favorite, with more than 8.5 million Twitter followers, more than half of whom are active users.
But he’s not the only rapper to be recognized for his Twitter presence.
Wiz Khalifas Twitter presence has been more than just the result of Drake’s Twitter presence; he also is an outspoken supporter of social justice and a longtime advocate for women’s rights.
Wiz and his father, Drake, both worked with the National Action Network, an advocacy group that has fought for the rights of women and minorities.
When they were younger, the rapper and his family were incarcerated.
As a child, he was a supporter of the Black Panthers and a member of the Youth Outlaws, a group of youth-led Black Liberation Army rebels who fought for civil rights.
His father was also a member, and Wiz’s mother was also active in the group.
Wiz’s father, in addition to being an active member of Black Panther, was a member and organizer of the anti-racist Black Liberation League.
The younger rapper was also instrumental in getting his first taste of mainstream music in the form of a song he co-wrote with Kendrick Lamar called “Wu-Tang Clan.”
The song, which was released in 2018, was the first rap song to reach No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Drake’s role as an activist and outspoken advocate for black and brown people is not only evident in the music he creates and releases, but also in his advocacy work.
He has fought against racism in his personal life and on social media, and his efforts have helped shape the way he views his own experiences with racism.
When it comes to his social media presence, Drake’s influence is immense.
In his Instagram post, titled “The Biggest #RacistSong,” he wrote, “I’m just like everyone else, a fan of all the black people, I’m just trying to keep a positive attitude on all of it, I don’t want it to go too far.
I don-I don’t care what you say, or how you feel, I will stand up and fight against it no matter what.
I have no problem doing that.
Just do your best, and if you can, show it.”
When Drake was a teenager, he had to deal with his own bullying in his family and school.
His family was extremely racist and verbally abusive, and he often suffered physical and emotional abuse from them.
He was also constantly bullied for being a black man.
He grew up in a dysfunctional family and has often struggled with the pain that his parents and older siblings have caused him.
After high school, he attended the University of Miami and worked as a basketball player at a Miami high school.
He later went on to earn a degree in communications and marketing from Miami University.
He also attended the famed Art Institute of Miami.
The rapper’s Instagram account is filled with memes and other colorful images that show him performing at basketball games and performing his music.
As he has matured as an artist and rapper, he has also grown more outspoken on social issues.
For example, he recently made headlines when he wrote a message to the world about how people can become more inclusive and supportive of each other.
He shared a message of support for Black Lives Matter, an organization he believes is best placed to fight against police brutality.
He wrote, “[We] have to fight for everyone.
And we all have a lot in common.
I’m a Black man.
I know how to fight.
And I know where to find people.
I also know how many people can help.
So, I guess the answer is to join the fight for all of us.”
A video of Wiz Khalifea performing in 2018.
The video of the rapper is titled “Black on White, Black on the World.”
In the video, Wiz is seen in a black suit and sunglasses in front of