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40 Most Expensive Rappers: Cost Per Show

/ November 20, 2014

=23) Wale ($70,000)

This American rapper’s third studio album The Gifted was released on June 25 2013. It garnered many positive reviews. Rapper Wale

=23) B.o.B ($70,000)

This American hip hop recording artist, singer-songwriter and record producer opened for Eminem and Jay-Z’s the Home and Home Tour at Comerica Park.

B.o.B

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=23) Young Jeezy ($70,000)

This American hip hop recording artist is the de facto leader of Southern hip hop group United Streets Dopeboyz of America (USDA). He has received four Grammy nominations.

Young Jeezy

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22) Big Sean ($75,000)

This American hip hop recording artist has released several mixtapes during his career. He released his second studio album Hall of Fame on August 27 2013.

Big Sean

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21) Common ($75,000)

The American hip hop recording artist and actor gained notable mainstream success through is work with the Soulquarians.

Common

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