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How The West Was Won
- Snoop Dogg: From Dr. Dre protégé to household name, Snoop became an industry unto himself with hip-hop classics such as “Gin and Juice” and “Drop It Like It’s Hot,” delivered in his signature laid-back, laconic drawl.
- Schoolboy Q: Over beats that are stripped down and melodic, the rhymes of this member of Black Hippy manage to be both funny and deeply personal. Pitchfork called his third album, Oxymoron, “a victory…Q shines the most when he’s able to reconcile his hustler past with his rap star present.”
- Ty Dolla $ign: A multi-instrumentalist who has mastered the bass guitar, drums, guitar, and keyboard, Ty Dolla $ign took over the airwaves in 2013 with the club anthem “Paranoid.” Then, in 2014, he came right back with “Or Nah” featuring Wiz Khalifa, paving the way for 2015’s hit “Drop That Kitty” featuring Charli XCX.
- Nef the Pharaoh: Nef broke onto the scene earlier this year with his hit “Big Tymin’,” which prompted Pitchfork to declare, “as a rapper, he lets the energy lead and the bars follow, boasting and flexing with the kinds of memorable banalities that make up some of hip-hop’s best yet least-celebrated moments.”
- Too Short: As a pioneer of West Coast hip-hop, Too Short influenced the next generation of rappers with hits such as “The Ghetto” and “Blow the Whistle.”
- E-40: The rap veteran and founding member of The Click operated underground until the Lil Jon–produced “Tell Me When to Go” brought him into the mainstream.
- Luniz: The Grammy-nominated rappers behind “Stomp” and the international hit “I Got 5 on It” treat fans to new tracks from their 2015 album, Operation Stackola 2.
- Casey Veggies: The former founding member of Odd Future busted out on his own with a series of popular mixtapes, and has since toured with likeminded rappers Nipsey Hussle, Mac Miller, and Kendrick Lamar.