The Bloggerati Top 10 Rappers In The Game

After the hoopla of this year's "Hottest MC" list from MTV, mad people weighed in on who should or shouldn't have been in, from Kanye West and Danny Brown to my peoples at Complex. The good folks at TRU helped organize a Bloggerati list that featured myself and a number of other Internets, and we decided to come up with our own list of the top rappers in the game. It goes a little something like this:

1. Kendrick Lamar
2. Nas
3. Action Bronson
4. Freddie Gibbs
5. Killer Mike
6. Pusha T
8. Roc Marciano
9. Kanye West
10. Big K.R.I.T.

What do you think? Here's the Bloggerati consortium that I was proud to be a part of:

Big Ghostfase (Big Ghost Chronicles)
Jeff Weiss (Passion of the Weiss)
Mobb Deen (Passion of the Weiss)
Arasia Magnetic (Former Executive Editor
Brando Caldwell (Managing Editor Day and a Dream)
Brad Gilmore (Day and a Dream)
Monica Jones (Day and a Dream)
Cecilia Smith (Day and a Dream)
Aaron McKrell (The Rap Up)
Nahshon Landrum (The Rap Up)
Jaap van der Doelen (Managing Editor The Rap Up)
Ivan Rott (Hip Hop Is Read)
Henry "Rizoh" Adaso (The Rap Up Founder / Editor
Khal (Rock The Dub / Do Androids Dance?)
Hardeep Aujla (The Word Is Bond)
Justin Tinsley (The Smoking Section)
Broken Cool
Dart Adams
Danny Veekens (The Find Mag)
William Ketchum ||| (Speech is my Hammer / HipHop DX)

I'll be hotlinking their lists in when I get a chance. Hit the jump for my personal Top 10.

Kendrick Lamar
Danny Brown
Action Bronson
Earl Sweatshirt
Kanye West
ScHoolboy Q
Killer Mike
Pusha T
Joell Ortiz

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