Top Arkansas Rappers
List of the Top 12 Rappers from Arkansas
With two of the largest cities in the state, Little Rock and Pine Bluff, producing the majority of Arkansas rappers, along with a few artists from the state’s smaller towns, there has been a growing number of rappers from Arkansas.
Arkansas has never been recognized as a significant southern market for hip hop, lacking a noteworthy rap scene and market outside of local awareness. However, with the increasing popularity of rap music and Bankroll Freddie’s emergence as a rap star, the state is beginning to receive attention and could potentially inspire others to pursue a career in hip hop.
While in the 1990s and 2000s there were rappers from Arkansas, like Little Rock’s Ball Jones, Jonesboro’s Playa Laid, El Dorado’s Rod D, and Pine Bluff’s Loop Clique, 1540 and D.T.O Records, or Black Trump, but now there is somewhat an official music scene emerging that will hopefully solidify Arkansas as one of the top rap scenes in the country, or at least in the south.
Since Arkansas is a small state with its largest city Little Rock holding less than 200,000 residents, as the state only totals 3 million people, it will take some time for an artist to gain traction in the rap game, but with Bankroll Freddie being one of the top rappers in the industry all is possible.
Today’s Top Arkansas Rappers
Bankroll Freddie, who rose to fame with his hit track “Drip Like This,” has collaborated with several renowned rap artists such as Megan Thee Stallion, 2Chainz, and Young Dolph, since signing with the same record label as Lil Baby and the Migos. Meanwhile, BIC Fizzle, a promising young rapper, has garnered attention, particularly with a Gucci Mane endorsement. Additionally, the Arkansas rap scene has boasted Kari Faux, one of the most innovative female rap artists on the rise.
Arkansas rappers, including Cee Kay, have gained significant attention in recent years following appearances on SayCheeseTV interviews. Up-and-coming artists such as PME Jaybee, LG Malique, and Rundown Choppaboy have also experienced a surge in popularity as Southern rappers, with thousands of views and expanding their reach beyond Arkansas. Meanwhile, Cootie from Blytheville is steadily making a name for himself in the rap industry, while ZaeHD is bringing a unique style and confidence to the scene.
The list and lineup continues below with a roster of some of hip-hop’s most talented rap artists. While mostly street rappers, rappers from Arkansas have all the potential to create the country’s next top rap scene.
Top 12 Arkansas Rappers
1. Bankroll Freddie
Follow on Instagram: @Bankroll Freddie and watch on Youtube: Bankroll Freddie
2. BIC Fizzle
Follow on Instagram: @BIC Fizzle and watch on Youtube: BIC Fizzle
3. Kari Faux
Follow on Instagram: @Kari Faux and watch on Youtube: Kari Faux
7. Rundown Choppaboy
Follow on Instagram: @Rundown Choppaboy and watch on Youtube: Rundown Choppaboy
8. LG Malique
Follow on Instagram: @LG Malique and watch on Youtube: LG Malique
10. PME Jaybee
Follow on Instagram: @PME Jaybee and watch on Youtube: PME Jaybee
12. Feezi Redd
Follow on Instagram: @Feezi Redd and watch on Youtube: Feezi Redd
Honorable Mention Rappers from Arkansas:
– Mucho Reemo Instagram: @Mucho Reemo and Youtube: Mucho Reemo
– NMNN Tuka Instagram: @NMNN Tuka and Youtube: NMNN Tuka
– 1100 Phats Instagram: @1100 Phats and Youtube: 1100 Phats
– Young Quez Instagram: @Young Quez and Youtube: Young Quez
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