Before they’ve became popular, they had to prove they had level to rock the mic. Here is how some Hip-Hop legends built their history.

Avant de devenir connu, ils ont eu à faire leurs preuves et montrer qu’ils avaient le niveau pour tuer au micro. Voici comment quelques légendes du Hip-Hop ont bâti leurs histoires.

15: 2 Pac; “Same Song” – Digital Underground

14: Sweet Tee: “One for the Treble” – Davy DMX

13. Souls of Mischief & Casual: “Burnt” – Del The Funkee Homosapien

12. Q-Tip: “The Promo” – Jungle Brothers

11. DJ Premier: “I Keep the Crowd Listening” – Lord Finesse & DJ Mike Smooth

10. The Notorious B.I.G: “A Buncha Niggas” – Heavy D

9. The Lox: “Set it Off” – Main Source

8. Lil Kim: “#!*@ Me” – Notorious B.I.G

7. The Lady of Rage: “LA Posse The Winds Too Def To Die” – L.A. Posse

6. Jay-Z: “Hawaian Sophie” – Jaz

5. Hurricane G: “Tonight’s Da Night” – Redman

4. Del Tha Funkee Homosapien: “Turn Off The Radio” – Ice Cube

3. Cam’Ron: “8 Iz Enuff” – Big L

2. Diddy: “Dolls My Baby” – Supercat

1. Biz Markie: “Def Fresh Crew” – Roxanne Shanté

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