Underrated: "Out Of All Those Dudes, He's The Most Under Appreciated"

Thursday, Jul 18, 2013 12:05AM

Written by SOHH for The Director Bros.

[Each week, SOHH asks two entertainment personalities to name who they feel is the most underrated emcee in hip-hop. After K. Rose gave OutKast the title earlier this week, Funny or Die's The Director Bros.'s Ryan crowns Goodie Mob's Big Gipp SOHH Underrated.]

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I think one of our favorite rappers is Big Gipp from Goodie Mob. He's got to be one of the all-time favorites.

I grew up listening to Goodie Mob. I just think that dude has great style. I heard him talking, not too long ago, about how he would go to WWF shows and see the theatrics of it all and go back and imitate it all. I just love his style and I love his voice.

I love all of them in Goodie Mob, obviously Cee-Lo has gone on and done things but I feel like out of all those dudes, he's the most underappreciated. He's raw and he's insane and I love it.

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