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Top 25 Mexican Rappers (Best Mexican American Rappers)

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Mexican Rappers

The Top Mexican Rappers List

What may come to a surprise for many is that Latino rappers have been contributing to the rap game for the longest.  Primarily Mexican rappers have been running the Latino hip hop scene, artists like Cypress Hill, Kid Frost, South Park Mexican, Mr. Capone-E (South Asian), Brownside, J.V. (first female MC), Lil Rob, Lil Cuete, Knightowl, Mr. Shadow, Juan Gotti, Brown Boy, A Lighter Shade of Brown, Conejo, and a handful of others. Those artists have not only become legends in hip hop, but also helped open the doors for numerous Latino rappers through pioneering a genre of rap music and being the first of their kind.

Seeing a rise in Mexican rappers is not anything new, but something that has been in the making since the 1980s and 1990s.  With large Hispanic populations in California and Texas, these two places have been the leading rap scenes, but not the only places to produce Mexican and Latino rappers.

While many Mexican rappers call southern California their home, places like northern California, Texas, Atlanta, Arizona, and even New York have produced some of the country’s top Latino rappers.  With growth in hip hop, the country’s top Mexican rappers have been expanding their ground further into the American hip hop scene, and not just in California and Texas, which for years have been the stronghold for Mexican American hip hop artists.

While there are YouTube channels and outlets, like Latin Beast TV and Neighborhood Music, that have been providing numerous Latino rappers the opportunity to display their talents and music through their platforms, the list below will further expand by breaking down the top Mexican rappers within the United States, and to be clear only the United States and not Mexico.

It should be easy to understand that the top Latino rappers have expanded well outside of a niche audience as many have become mainstream artists.  With the growing popularity of hip hop throughout the country, and throughout world, Mexican rappers are the leaders and at the forefront for hip hop in Latin America.  From the rap star and icon Berner, to one of the world’s top female rappers in Snow Tha Product, to one of hip hop’s top street artists in King Lil G, to the next generation of rap legends in OhGeesy, to OGs staying strong in the rap game like Mr. Capone-E or Mr. Criminal, Mexican artists have a powerful presence in hip hop.




Top 25 Mexican Rappers

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1. Snow Tha Product follow on Instagram: @SnowThaProduct and subscribe on Youtube: SnowThaProduct

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2. OhGeesy follow on Instagram: @OhGeesy and subscribe on Youtube: OhGeesy

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3. Berner follow on Instagram: @Berner and subscribe on Youtube: Berner

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4. King Lil G follow on Instagram: @King Lil G and subscribe on Youtube: King Lil G

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5. DEVOUR follow on Instagram: @Devour and subscribe on Youtube: DEVOUR

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6. Peso Peso follow on Instagram: @Peso Peso and subscribe on Youtube: Peso Peso

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7. Kap G follow on Instagram: @Kap G and subscribe on YouTube: KAP G

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8. Bravo The Bagchaser follow on Instagram: Bravo The Bagchaser and subscribe on Youtube: Bravo The Bagchaser

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9. CNG follow on Instagram: @CNG and subscribe on Youtube: CNG

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10. Dee Baby follow on Instagram: @Dee Baby and subscribe on YouTube: Dee Baby

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11. Mr. Criminal follow on Instagram: @Mr Criminal and subscribe on YouTube: Mr Criminal

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12. Kruk One follow on Instagram: @Kruk One and subscribe on Youtube: Kruk One

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13. Young Drummer Boy follow on Instagram: @Drummer Boy and subscribe on YouTube: Young Drummer Boy

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14. $uede follow on Instagram: @$uede and subscribe on Youtube: $uede

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15. Acito follow on Instagram: @Acito and subscribe on YouTube: Acito

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16. Lil Weirdo follow on Instagram: @Lil Weirdo and subscribe on Youtube: Lil Weirdo

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17. Sad Boy Loko follow on Instagram: @Sadboy Loko and subscribe on YouTube: Sadboy Loko

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18. Reverie follow on Instagram: @Reverie and subscribe on YouTube: Reverie

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19. YBE follow on Instagram: @YBE and subscribe on Youtube: YBE

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20. Blaatina follow on Instagram: @Blaatina and subscribe on Youtube: Blaatina

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21. Chito Rana$ follow on Instagram: @Chito Rana$ and subscribe on Youtube: Chito Rana$

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22. BOE Sosa follow on Instagram: @BOE Sosa and subscribe on Youtube: BOE Sosa

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23. Bella follow on Instagram: @Bella and subscribe on Youtube: Bella

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24. Cashout Ace follow on Instagram: @Cashout Ace and subscribe on Youtube: Cashout Ace

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25. Yelohill follow on Instagram: @Yelohill and subscribe on Youtube: Yelohill




Honorable Mention Mexican Rappers:

baby yungin Instagram: @baby yungin and Youtube: baby yungin

krystall poppin  Instagram: @krystall poppin and Youtube: krystall poppin

eLVy The God Instagram: @Elvy_TheGod and YouTube: Elvy The God

Swifty Blue Instagram: @Swifty Blue and Youtube: Swifty Blue

Gavlyn Instagram: @Gavlynnn and Youtube: Gavlyn

trouble kidd Instagram: @trouble kidd and Youtube: trouble kidd

YTM Lilvent Instagram: @YTM Lilvent and Youtube: YTM Lilvent

SmokeyGM Instagram: @SmokeyGM and Youtube: SmokeyGM

Vel The Wonder Instagram: @Vel The Wonder and Youtube: Vel The Wonder

TrenchMobb Instagram: @TrenchMobb and YouTube: TrenchMobb

Lazy-Boy Instagram: @Lazy-Boy and YouTube: Lazy-Boy

Lil Grifo Instagram: @Lil Grifo and YouTube: Lil Grifo

Leoohhdafool Instagram: @Leoohhdafool and YouTube: Leoohhdafool

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*Unofficial Order. The more popular artists that have a combination of the most followers, streams, views, and most recent releases are near the top.

*If any artists are missing from the list email media@kulturevulturez.com