Posted by , Mar 21, 2015 at 05:37pm
Looking at the best 'old ass rappers' in the game.

Isn't it crazy how some rappers just refuse to retire? Take Jay Z for example, he retired about a decade ago and that lasted all of no time at all. It's hard to put down something you truly love, and even though rap is a young man's sport, this list is dedicated to those who hardly age.

The AARP is reserved for 50+ year olds, but we're taking that down a notch for the sake of hip hop (no one wants to see an MC in a walker). From the underground rhymes of Tech N9ne to the massive mark Jay Z left (...or 'is leaving?') on the world, age doesn't affect these artists. Some of them have slowed down (KRS-One, Too $hort) and some of them still work like they're young. Who are we to tell them they aren't? 

AARP: Best Rappers Over 40

Looking at the best 'old ass rappers' in the game.


Isn't it crazy how some rappers just refuse to retire? Take Jay Z for example, he retired about a decade ago and that lasted all of no time at all. It's hard to put down something you truly love, and even though rap is a young man's sport, this list is dedicated to those who hardly age.

The AARP is reserved for 50+ year olds, but we're taking that down a notch for the sake of hip hop (no one wants to see an MC in a walker). From the underground rhymes of Tech N9ne to the massive mark Jay Z left (...or 'is leaving?') on the world, age doesn't affect these artists. Some of them have slowed down (KRS-One, Too $hort) and some of them still work like they're young. Who are we to tell them they aren't? 

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