Scarface Named Best “Southern Emcee [Of] All-Time” In Viral Top 25 List

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If you didn’t already have something to argue about this evening, the internet has submitted an offering. Another “Top” list has been making the rounds online, and at this point, people are used to Hip Hop creating a stir when posts like these go viral. We know all too well the debates that are sparked by someone’s opinion regarding the best artists in the game, and this time, we’re taking a look at the “Top 25 Southern Emcees [of] All-time” courtesy of According to Hip Hop.

To begin, some social media users took issue with the word “emcee” being used, as not every rapper is an emcee. However, that was a minor topic of discussion as the list itself created an uproar.

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We’ll start at the bottom and work our way up, and that shows Pastor Troy as #25. He took that spot, it seems, as an afterthought, because Jeezy initially held the position until he was crossed off of the list altogether. Making our way up, next comes Killer Mike at #24, Quavo at #23, 2 Chainz at #22, Big KRIT at #21, and closing out the 20s is Curren$y.

Mystikal was able to snag #17, Project Pat at #10, Bun B landed at #14, Andre 3000 was at #9 just below his Outkast groupmate Big Boi who made #7, and just above him at #6 was Rick Ross.

We’ll let you take a look at the list in its entirety below, including the #1 spot which sparked the most conversations.

  1. Scarface
  2. Lil Wayne
  3. T.I.
  4. Pusha T
  5. J. Cole
  6. Rick Ross
  7. Big Boi
  8. Future
  9. André 3000
  10. Project Pat
  11. Pimp C
  12. MJG
  13. Eightball
  14. Bun B
  15. Cee-Lo Green
  16. Juvenile
  17. Mystikal
  18. Ludacris
  19. Gucci Mane
  20. Curren$y
  21. Big KRIT
  22. 2 Chainz
  23. Quavo
  24. Killer Mike
  25. Pastor Troy (crossed out Jeezy)

Let us know what you think of this one and check out the viral post below.

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