Who Has Rap’s Biggest Vocabulary On The Hip-Hop Flow Chart?

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Remember the intricate infographic that data scientist and Hip-Hop enthusiast Matt Daniels compiled displaying the artists with the biggest vocabularies in the game?

Including the likes of the statistically most lyrical wordsmith, Aesop Rock, as well as the Wu-Tang Clan, Drake, Eminem, and Jay-Z, Daniels broke down over 75 artists’ first 35,000 lyrics to discover who reigns supreme as Hip-Hop’s most verbose.

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Now that the painstakingly compiled information is complete, Daniels teamed up with Pop Chart Lab to create the artistically inclined piece of history dubbed The Hip-Hop Flow Chart. The chart features hand drawn portraits of each MC, color coded by region, and fit to fully describe the relationship of the breadth between each artist’s vocabulary.

Now you can purchase one of the 500 signed copies of this piece of art to add to your own collection of Hip-Hop memorabilia.

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