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Drake initially gained notoriety as Jimmy Brooks, a wheelchair-bound character he played for seven years on the adolescent serial opera Degrassi: The Next Generation. Following his departure from the program, he inked a record deal with Lil Wayne’s company Young Money Entertainment, which catapulted him into the global rapper elite.

Rapper Tauheed Epps, born September 12, 1976, in College Park, Georgia, is best known for his stage name 2 Chainz. He was formerly known as Tity Boi. He gained notoriety as one half of the Playaz Circle hip-hop group from the South. They gained notoriety with their debut track “Duffle Bag Boy” and signing to …

Marcus Hopson, better known as Hopsin, is a versatile entertainer from Los Angeles, California, who has made his mark in both acting and music. His acting career began in 2001 with a minor role as a pizza parlor kid in the film “Max Keeble’s Big Move.”

Pusha T, born Terrence Thornton on May 14, 1977, in the Bronx, New York, is a prominent figure in hip-hop. He gained recognition as one half of the acclaimed duo Clipse, formed in 1992 in Virginia Beach.

Outkast, an Atlanta-based hip hop duo, emerged in 1992 when high school classmates André Benjamin and Antwan Patton joined forces. Initially calling themselves Two Shades Deep, they rebranded as Outkast upon signing with LaFace Records post-graduation in 1993.

Donald Glover, born September 25, 1983, in California, is a versatile artist known for his work in television, film, and music. He’s the creator, star, producer, director, and co-writer of the acclaimed TV comedy “Atlanta,” and a Grammy Award-winning rapper performing under the name Childish Gambino.

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