Future, Jay Z, and Many More Rappers Came Together for a Historic Squad Photo

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Yo Gotti

Power 105.1 Breakfast Club Anniversary Party Presented By Verizon

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Yo Gotti has had one monumental year in the past 12 months alone, as the Memphis rapper not only released his debut album, but he even had a smash hit that topped the charts, “Down In The DM’s.” It’s safe to say that Gotti has pushed through any criticism or road blocks and has finally earned his stripes to being amongst the best of the best in rap.

Busta Rhymes

Busta Rhymes attends the “Nas: Time Is Illmatic” New York Premiere

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No doubt that Busta has earned his spot as a legend in the rap game. Even though he isn’t releasing new music left and right anymore, he’s still primitive to the culture. Being included on set with other huge names proves that he is far from being simply a rapper from the ’90s and 2000s, but as someone who can adapt to the times.

Rick Ross

Rick Ross giving a salute

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Rick Ross has been working hard to become one of the top businessmen in hip hop, and he’s been gaining his influential stripes in the past couple of years alone. Rozay has a great relationship with Jay Z, and an even closer one with DJ Khaled. As the head of Maybach Music, and an endorser of tons of products, why wouldn’t he be included amongst the best?