Rappers who don't swear really should be in a class of their own. While some hip-hop artists have made songs or even full albums without cursing in the lyrics, it's quite hard to come by. But in regard to the best rappers that don't swear at all, those are far and few between. In fact, most of the best rappers of all time use profanity quite frequently.
Nevertheless, plenty of rap fans hardly notice whether or not the rappers swear that often, and others won't even pay any mind to the "cleaner" artists. However, there are plenty of people out there who like the family-friendly stuff, and there are plenty of rappers who are respected for making such material.
Though they may be rare, rappers with clean lyrics deserve a lot of respect. Not just for making their music friendly for all ages and walks of life, but for creating great verses in a genre that's so defined by its use of swearing. This list of rappers that don't cuss go to all the kids out there, the families blaring hip-hop in the minivan, and anyone who just prefers ol' fashioned, clean language.
Take a look at list of clean rappers below and vote up the artists you think make the most of their music without the "dirty" language. Don't forget, you can also add any rappers with clean lyrics you don't already see on the list.
Albums: Real Talk, After the Music Stops, Church Clothes, Rehab, Rebel, + more
Albums: Big Willie Style, Gettin' Jiggy Wit It, Miami, Willennium, Born to Reign, + more
Albums: The 18th Letter, The Archive: Live, Lost & Found, The Master, Addictive, + more
Albums: Vessel, Twenty One Pilots, Regional At Best, Fake You Out, Guns For Hands, + more
Albums: Heroes for Sale, Formerly Known, Bitter, Saturday Morning Car-Tunez
Albums: Weight & Glory, 100, Go Off, Hello, Zone Out
Albums: Vaudeville Villain, Operation: Doomsday, Special Herbs and Spices, Volume 1, Special Herbs, + more
Albums: The Good Life, 20/20, If They Only Knew, Between Two Worlds, Robot, + more
Albums: Wild Ones, Low, Mail on Sunday, Only One Flo, Part 1, + more
Albums: Below Paradise, Kingdom People, Identity Crisis, Blacklight, I'm a Believer, + more
Albums: Autobiography of Mistachuck, Rock da Funky Beats / Dance With You, An Interview With Chuck D, Don’t Rhyme for the Sake of Riddlin’, On the Shoulders of Giants - The Soundtrack, + more
Albums: Jazzmatazz, Volume 1, Guru's Jazzmatazz, Vol. 4: The Hip Hop Jazz Messenger: Back to the Future, Baldhead Slick and Da Click, + more
Albums: The Great Investment
Albums: Long Live the Kane, It's a Big Daddy Thing, Daddy's Home, Looks Like a Job for..., Veteranz Day, + more
Albums: Dying to Live, Redemption, Black Out, Murder Swag, I'm Sorry, + more
Albums: The Outsider, Warm Outside / I Can't Help It, Smoke in the Air, American Me
Albums: The Old Prince, When This Is Over, Flying Colours, iTunes Session, The Spring Up, + more
Albums: Goin' Off, The Biz Never Sleeps, Weekend Warrior, I Need a Haircut, All Samples Cleared!, + more
Albums: Queen's Speech, Mode
Albums: Exit, Black on Blonde, Joyful Rebellion, Yes!, Atlantis: Hymns For Disco, + more
Albums: Selective Hearing, Born Again, P's & Q's, Selective Hearing, Part 2, + more
Albums: Lincoln Way Nights, Honest Cowboy, Another Round (Remix), MadStalley: The Autobiography
Albums: A Badly Broken Code, Parts of Speech, False Hopes, Call Off Your Ghost, Castor, + more