Brown, Yellow, Puerto Rican, or Haitian
Hip-hop is big in the African-American community. That’s mainly because it’s heavily dominated by African-American rappers. But over the years, biracial rappers have entered the culture, becoming some of the biggest rappers in the game. While most of them haven’t been open about their multicultural background, some have proudly waved the flags of their foreign roots. I’m sure the list you’re about to see will surprise you. From Nicki Minaj and Fabolous to Jim Jones, you’ll be surprised to find out that your favorite rapper is mixed with multiple ethnicities.
You should know Drake’s parents. I mean, he’s always showing them off on social media and his dad is steadily making a name for himself with his own music, his mustache, and social life. His mom is Jewish and his dad is African-American.
Born as John David Jackson, Fab is of African-American and Dominican descent. Who knew?!
Cudi’s dad, who died when he was 11, was half Mexican and half African-American. His mom is African-American.