We recently presented you with part one of two of the top ten rappers of Broward County. Our list included Knowledge Medina, Jay Burna, Hi-Rez, Platini, and JW. Perhaps you agreed with some, disagreed with others. This here completes the list, so you'll be able to really give us some feedback on who you think is the best in BroCo hip-hop.
What follows are the five remaining ten best Broward County rappers.
You can't mention Broward County and rap in the same conversation without mentioning Protoman.It's just impossible. He has, in a way, become the unofficial mascot of hip-hop in the county.
With the release of Beat a Dead Horse 'Til She Resurrects in November and singles such "My World, 8 Steps to Perfection" and "I Wanna Be a Superstar," the FTL MC remains relevant.
And who couldn't love a dude who rhymes: Whose dick do I have to suck get 5 mics?/Sike, sike/I sure he's only kiddin'/I don't have a career in hip-hop like boney women/Got the front office saying "Oh no he didn't"/Yes, I did just take a shit in the Sony building.
A pupil of New York's late-'80s, early-'90s hardcore street rap and armed with an array of punch lines, Michael "MeRCY" Hall is still schooling young dudes on what hip-hop is and is not.
The 30-year-old rapper's buzz may have arrived later than anticipated but has done so fashionably. After releasing The Prestige and The Prestige 2 last year, the rapper is thinking strategically, making the rounds by performing at various shows and planning his new project that hopefully drops before the year is out.
And with many of today's top rappers not gaining their first big break until their late 20s/early 30s such as Rick Ross, Eminem, Jay-Z, and more recently 2 Chainz, who says there's no country for old rappers?