106's Top White Rappers

Macklemore is on 106 tonight!

Macklemore Is On 106 & Park Tonight! - Indie-turned-mainstream emcee, Macklemore is on 106 & Park tonight to chat about his career and the messages that he conveys through his music.   His second album The Heist (with Ryan Lewis) debuted and peaking on the Billboard charts at No. 2 which is a difficult feat for even established artists to accomplish. Check out the "Same Love" rapper tonight on 106 at 6P/5C!   (Photo: Steven Dewall/Redferns)

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Macklemore Is On 106 & Park Tonight! - Indie-turned-mainstream emcee, Macklemore is on 106 & Park tonight to chat about his career and the messages that he conveys through his music.  His second album The Heist (with Ryan Lewis) debuted and peaking on the Billboard charts at No. 2 which is a difficult feat for even established artists to accomplish. Check out the "Same Love" rapper tonight on 106 at 6P/5C! (Photo: Steven Dewall/Redferns)

Peace Out - Mac Miller in the green room at 106 & Park, April 26, 2012. (Photo: John Ricard / BET)

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Mac Miller - Hailing from Pittsburgh, PA, Mac Miller took the mainstream by storm like Macklemore did. Mac Miller independently released his debut album, Blue Slide Park which entered the charts at No. 1! (photo: John Ricard / BET)

Eminem - Eminem's "Lose Yourself" is one of the most celebrated underdog-turned-hero anthems to hit airwaves. He and it were featured in the comeback commercial of the year in 2011, when an extended spot for the Chrysler 200 debuted during the Super Bowl.(Photo: Scott Gries/PictureGroup)

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Eminem - Coming straight out of Detroit which was once the haven of Motown's soul music, Eminem brought the attention back to the city once he emerged on the hip hop scene about 15 years ago. From The Slim Shady LP to Recovery, Eminem's rhymes never get old. (Photo: Scott Gries/PictureGroup)

Machine Gun Kelly - Machine Gun Kelly?s lanky frame, over-the-top tats and ?Wild Boy? appeal would be a whole lot better for Rita Ora than Rob Kardashian?s ? wait, what exactly does he do again?  (Photo: Micelotta/PictureGroup)

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MGK - MGK reps Cleveland to the death and made "lace up" his catch phrase of choice, and oh boy did it catch on. One of the latest players on Diddy's Bad Boy roster, MGK made history in 2009 for becoming the first white rapper to winning Apollo's Amateur Night. His meteoric rise was topped off with the release of 2012's appropriately titled debut, Lace Up.  (Photo: Frank Micelotta/PictureGroup)

Material Boys - Before dropping their debut album, the three MC's got their feet wet opening up for material girl Madonna on her 1985 Virgin Tour. (Photo: Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)

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Beastie Boys - One of the first acts signed to Def Jam and a trio that paved the way for rapper everywhere were the legendary Beastie Boys. The ooze 80s flair and their party anthems remain timeless even in 2012. (Photo: Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)

Hacked! - As if Kreayshawn didn't already have enough problems, the "Gucci Gucci" rapper is claiming her Twitter account was hacked last week. On Wednesday night the white femcee's Twitter page started spewing racist messages, including, "Sometimes I wish slavery was still goin' on," "I don't need black fans anyway. Y'all don't buy albums" and "Looks like a f----- Popeye's just opened up in my mentions. You monkeys got your taxes back already?" The tweets were widely retweeted and soon became a trending topic. On Thursday, Kreayshawn, who's faced criticism in the past for associating with V-Nasty?a white femcee who unapologetically uses the N-word?unlocked her Twitter page, which she normally keeps private, to post the following: "I really hate Twitter that's why I blocked my tweets. Damn near bout to give my account up to my recor...

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Kreayshawn - Last summer, Kreayshawn made a splash with her materialistic anthem, "Gucci Gucci" and left rabid fans wanting more, so after a year in the stu, she release the less than successful "Somethin' 'Bout Kreay." Now, even though it wasn't well-received, her influence and love for the finer things in life left an imprint on hearts and ears everywhere. (Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Riff Raff, @jodyhighroller - Tweet: "WHEN @DRAKE JUST NOW FOLLOWED ME ON TWiTTER HE SAiD THAT iM HiS LAST NEW FRiEND"The rapper that claims that the Spring Breakers main character was based on him is now making a new claim to fame, telling his followers that Drake made one final exception to his "No New Friends" rule. To prove it, Riff Raff also posted an Instagram pic of him and the Canadian hip hop star. (Photo: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

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Riff Raff - Now, who says that reality TV stars don't have real talent? Before getting down with Diplo's record label Mad Decent, Houston's own Riff Raff was on the MTV reality show G's To Gents. (Photo: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

Lady Sovereign - Lady Sovereign is a British import that Jay-Z believed in so much after she busted a freestyle, he signed her to Def Jam in 2006 after her impressive and impromptu performance for him.   (Photo: Candice Lawler)

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Lady Sovereign - Lady Sovereign is a British import that Jay-Z believed in so much after she busted a freestyle, he signed her to Def Jam in 2006 after her impressive and impromptu performance for him.  (Photo: Candice Lawler)

Grind Time - After his short-lived deal with Columbia Records, Yela spent the time between 2008 and 2010 on an intense grind. He released a bunch of mixtapes. The most notable being Trunk Muzik, which was released in January 2010.(Photo: Candice Lawler/BET)

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Yelawolf - Yelawolf came up under Eminem's watchful eye and established himself as an emcee to be reckoned with. The part Cherokee rapper combines rock and hip hop in a way that appeals to both audiences, so we're sure that his career will be long and lasting. (Photo: Candice Lawler)

Asher Roth - After growing up in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Asher Roth emerged on the music scene when he was in college with his appropriately titled song, "I Love College." He's been quiet for a few years, but we're sure that he'll make another splash sooner rather than later. (Photo: Ethan Miller/Getty Images for MGM Resorts International)

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Asher Roth - After growing up in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Asher Roth emerged on the music scene when he was in college with his appropriately titled song, "I Love College." He's been quiet for a few years, but we're sure that he'll make another splash sooner rather than later. (Photo: Ethan Miller/Getty Images for MGM Resorts International)