Hip hop is one of the fastest-growing genres of music in the U.S., with more than 400,000 albums sold in 2017.
But the cultural impact of the genre is not always acknowledged, and the rap artists that have the best ability to get people to dance are often overlooked.
According to a recent study by Music Genome Project, the top rappers in the world have performed at least five times in a year since 2010.
In the past four years, five rappers have won Grammy Awards for Best Rap Album, Best Rap Song, Best R&B Performance, Best Dance Recording, and Best Rap Performance.
The study was published this week in the journal PLoS ONE.
The study analyzed nearly 300 million songs from Billboard’s “Hot 100” and other music industry charts to look at the artists and albums that have performed the most times on the charts in each year.
The artists were grouped into four categories: Hip Hop Artists, Rap Artists, Dance Artists, and Other.
The top five rap artists in each category were: Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Future, Jay Z, and Kanye West.
The first artist to win a Grammy in 2016 was Future.
He was followed by Kanye West and Lil Wayne.
Future is currently on the top of the charts with the song “Runaway” from his album “No Limit.”
Jay Z is currently at No. 1 with his hit “Run Like an Antelope.”
Future has the most charting album in the Top Five Rap Album category, with 21.5 million units sold.
Drake is next with 19.4 million units.
The artists that performed the least on the Billboard Hot 100 charts were Lil Wayne and Future.
Future’s album “Runway” sold 7.5 percent less units than Future’s debut, Future.
His album “Tupac” sold 2.7 percent less.
Lil Wayne’s album, “I Am a God,” sold only 3.4 percent less than Future.