25 Best Rap Debuts of the 21st Century

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  • Rick Ross 25 Best Rap Debuts
  • Lloyd Banks 25 Best Rap Debuts
  • Black Rob 25 Best Rap Debuts
  • Big K.R.I.T. 25 Best Rap Debuts
  • Kid Cudi 25 Best Rap Debuts
  • Ludacris 25 Best Rap Debuts
  • Young Buck 25 Best Rap Debuts
  • dead prez 25 Best Rap Debuts
  • Big Sean 25 Best Rap Debuts
  • The Diplomats 25 Best Rap Debuts
  • Blu & Exile 25 Best Rap Debuts
  • Nicki Minaj 25 Best Rap Debuts
  • Nelly 25 Best Rap Debuts
  • Slum Village 25 Best Rap Debuts
  • J. Cole 25 Best Rap Debuts
  • Beanie Sigel 25 Best Rap Debuts
  • Young Jeezy 25 Best Rap Debuts
  • Little Brother 25 Best Rap Debuts
  • Reflection Eternal 25 Best Rap Debuts
  • Game 25 Best Rap Debuts
  • Drake 25 Best Rap Debuts
  • Lupe Fiasco 25 Best Rap Debuts
  • Kanye West 25 Best Rap Debuts
  • 50 Cent 25 Best Rap Debuts
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  • Wiz Khalifa 25 Best Rap Debuts

22. Black Rob, Life Story

Gruff Harlem rapper Black Rob's surprisingly good, and criminally slept-on, 2000 debut was a grimy antidote to the bling-bling era championed by his boss, Diddy, with dusty street anthems including "Can I Live?," "Lookin' at Us" and, of course, "Whoa!"  

(Photo: Bad Boy Records)

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