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List of fictional rappers

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This is a list of fictional rappers.

0–9[edit]

  • 2 Guyz in the Parque – from the animated comedy-musical television series Phineas and Ferb
  • #2 Vile Crew – Mad Magazine #333 January/February 1995, "Nobody Beats You Like The Wiz Home Entertainment Centers" holiday rap advertisement, parody of 2 Live Crew
  • 6-Pac Shakur – Mad Magazine #333 January/February 1995, "Nobody Beats You Like The Wizz Home Entertainment Centers" holiday rap advertisement, parody of 2Pac Shakur
  • 9-Volt, 18-Volt, MC Jammu, MC Kitty Kat, Rapper Bilgrade, and other rapper-like characters – from the video game WarioWare, Inc.

A–M[edit]

  • Alcatraaaz – from the episode "Pranksta Rap" (2005) of the animated television series The Simpsons
  • Calvin "Apokalypto" Liscomb (Samuel Smith) – Law and Order: Criminal Intent, "Players"
  • Big Blak Afrika (Julius Hopkins) (portrayed by Mos Def) – from the satirical film Bamboozled (2000)
  • Ty Blue (Roshon Fegan) – Shake It Up (TV series)
  • B-Rabbit (Jimmy Smith, Jr.) (portrayed by Eminem) – the main character of the hip-hop drama film 8 Mile (2002)
  • B-Rad G (portrayed by Jamie Kennedy) – from the comedy film Malibu's Most Wanted (2003)
  • Biggy Large -ALVINNN! and the Chipmunks, "Lil' T"
  • Bilbo "Bo" Thompson - Superstore
  • Caleb Bryant (Eugene "Roca" Jones III) – Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: "Funny Valentine"
  • Buddy "Buddy G" Gunderson - Scooby Doo: Shaggy's Showdown
  • Butch (Red Grant) – Leprechaun in the Hood
  • CB4
  • Chris Crease -Action League Now!, "In The Whine of Fire"
  • Colonel Catastrophe (really the character Chip Martin) – from the young-adult novel Looking for Alaska (2005)
  • Alpa Chino (portrayed by Brandon T. Jackson) – rapper and actor from the action comedy film Tropic Thunder (2008)
  • Courtney Rose - The Mayor, "Pilot"
  • Cross Criss – Saturday Night Live, "New Jack Thanksgiving", parody of Kriss Kross
  • Jim Crow (created by Grant Morrison), The Invisibles
  • C-Synch (Eugene Byrd) – Bones: "The End in the Beginning"
  • Cyprus Swill – Mad Magazine #333 January/February 1995, "Nobody Beats You Like The Wizz Home Entertainment Centers" holiday rap advertisement, parody of Cypress Hill
  • DJay (portrayed by Terrence Howard) – from the independent drama film Hustle & Flow (2005)
  • DJ Iz – 8 Mile
  • David "Future" Porter – 8 Mile
  • Dr. Diddy (voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson on Family Guy) – season 4 episode entitled "Don't Make Me Over"
  • Dr. Dis – created by Tom Wolfe
  • Dr. Drek – Mad Magazine #333 January/February 1995, "Nobody Beats You Like The Wizz Home Entertainment Centers" holiday rap advertisement, parody of Dr. Dre
  • Dr. S (portrayed by Damon Wayans) – Marci X
  • Doug Funnie – Doug
  • Eight Mile Road – Gridlock'd
  • Einstein and Mofo – Robot Chicken episode "Bionic Cow"
  • Elvira, Mistress of the Dark (Cassandra Peterson) – Elvira, Mistress of the Dark (1988)
  • Emcee Esher – MADtv
  • Extra Large (Marcello Thedford) – Monk, "Mr. Monk and the Rapper"
  • Terrence "Fulla T" Smith (Frederick "Fab 5 Freddy" Brathwaite) – Law and Order: Criminal Intent, "Flipped
  • Funky C Funky Do – The Simpsons' parody of Kid 'n Play
  • Fur-Q (portrayed by Chris Morris) – The Day Today, " The Legend That Is Chris Morris "
  • Fritz – Titanic: The Legend Goes On
  • Ali G (portrayed by Sacha Baron Cohen) – from satirical television series Da Ali G Show
  • Gangstalicious – an in-the-closet homosexual fictional character from animated television series The Boondocks
  • Gorro (Evan Parke) – Law and Order: Criminal Intent, "Country Crossover"
  • Grandmaster B (portrayed by David Faustino as Bud Bundy) – Married... with Children
  • Guil-T – Round House, "Music", parody of Ice-T
  • The Gutta Boys – Mad Magazine #333 January/February 1995, "Nobody Beats You Like The Wizz Home Entertainment Centers" holiday rap advertisement, parody of Geto Boys
  • Hakeem Lyon – Empire
  • Hammer – Clark the Shark Dares to Share, shown on poster, parody of MC Hammer
  • Freda Gatz - Empire
  • Freddy Hopper – The Comic Strip: Street Frogs, "The Hop Line"
  • Hate Squad and The Rhyme Crime Crew - The Simpsons, "The Great Phatsby"
  • B. Higgenbottom (Bessie Higgenbottom) - Robot Chicken episode "Cannot Be Erased, So Sorry"
  • Hip-Hop-Opotomus (voice by Gary Whalen) - only one song created, "I Want to be an Attendant at the Zoo",Flight of the Conchords, "Hiphopoptomas vs Rhymenoceros"
  • Horsedick.mpeg (portrayed by Craig Robinson on the film by The Whitest Kids U' Know, Miss March)
  • House of Paincakes – Mad Magazine #333 January/February 1995, "Nobody Beats You Like The Wizz Home Entertainment Centers" holiday rap advertisement, parody of House of Pain
  • Ice Boob – Mad Magazine #333 January/February 1995, "Nobody Beats You Like The Wizz Home Entertainment Centers" holiday rap advertisement, parody of Ice Cube
  • Ice Coffee-Action League Now!, "In The Whine of Fire"
  • J-Roc (portrayed by Jonathan Torrens on the Canadian mockumentary Trailer Park Boys)
  • Jack The Rapper – MAD Magazine, December 1991, "The Harmonious Homeboy's Homicide"
  • Jamal Lyon - Empire
  • Barron James (Jordan Francis) – Camp Rock
  • Jazzy James - The Simpsons, "The Great Phatsby"
  • Sheneneh Jenkins (Martin Lawrence) – Martin, "Variety Show"
  • Jerome "Jay G" Gilroy - The Simpsons, "The Great Phatsby"
  • Kanine West - Zootopia
  • Krazee-Eyez Killa (Chris Williams) – from the television series Curb Your Enthusiasm
  • Leslie "Shine" Johnson - Empire
  • Lil' Embryo – All That, "T.R. Yell"
  • Lil' Fetus – All That, "T.R. Yell"
  • The Lizards – The Comic Strip:"Street Frogs", "Typhoon Take Off" (shown on poster)
  • Lil Flynn and other rappers that look like Phineas, Ferb, and their friends – (from Phineas and Ferb)
  • Lil' Kevin – (from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia)
  • Lil' Jen – (from Robot Chicken episode "The Ramblings of Maurice")
  • Theodore "Lil' T" Seville -ALVINNN! and the Chipmunks, "Lil' T"
  • Lil' Tic – (portrayed by Proof of D12 in 8 Mile)
  • Lucious Lyon – Empire
  • Ludi-Crest (Chris "Ludacris" Bridges) – The Simpsons
  • Madd Dogg and OG Loc in the video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
  • Marcus ("Lil' Caesar") – the protagonist of Get Rich or Die Tryin', played by 50 Cent
  • MC Double Def DP
  • M.C. Hamlisch – MAD Magazine January 1992, "Mad's Twin Peeks", parody of MC Hammer and Mark Hamlisch
  • MC Arm and Hammer – Roundhouse, parody of MC Hammer
  • MC Hamster – Round House, "New Kid", Parody of MC Hammer
  • MC Poptart - Action League Now!, "In The Whine of Fire"
  • MC Pee Pants – from Aqua Teen Hunger Force; also known as "Sir Loin" and "Little Brittle"
  • MC Skat Kat – leader of a fictional rap group; featured in the music video of "Opposites Attract" with Paula Abdul
  • MC Skat Kat and The Stray Mob – The Adventures of MC Skat Kat and The Stray Mob
  • Mac Etcetera -The Mayor, "Pilot"
  • Manilla Vanilla - Animaniacs #40 September 1998 "Lost in Spice"

N–Z[edit]

  • N.W.H. – 1994 film Fear of a Black Hat
    • Ice Cold
    • Tasty Taste
    • Tone-Def
  • Nice-T (Chuck Nice) – The Smoking Gun Presents: World's Dumbest Performers 12
  • Parappa the Rapper
  • P 'n F – Phineas and Ferb episode "Spa Day"
  • Poochie – The Simpsons, "The Itchy and Scratchy and Poochie Show"
  • Puff Puff Humbert – Your Favorite Martian
  • Prime Cut Miggity-Mo' Macdaddy Gizzabang Doggy Dog Dog (voiced by Cee Lo Green) – The Brak Show
  • Queen Booty Shaker - The Simpsons, "Pranksta Rap"
  • Queen Rapsheeba – ChalkZone
  • Rick Rap – The Comic Strip: Street Frogs, "Typhoon Take Off"
  • Rap-Punzel – Alf Tales, "Rap-Punzel"
  • The Rappin' Rabbis – The Simpsons
  • Raw-D (portrayed by Kurupt – the main character of Keepin' It Real)
  • Rhymenoceros – Flight of the Conchords, "Hiphopoptomas vs Rhymenoceros"
  • Rude Dog – Rude Dog and the Dweebs
  • Shark Doggy Dogg – Eek The Cat, "Shark Doggy Dogg", parody of Snoop Doggy Dogg
  • Bart Simpson – The Simpsons, "Pranksta Rap"
  • Skinny Black (portrayed by Chris Ludacris Bridges) – Hustle & Flow
  • Sister Mary Margaret Mayhem – Inventions musical birthday card
  • The Skins – The Comic Strip: Street Frogs, "Typhoon Takeoff"
  • Souldja' Pigeon Girl, a parody of Soulja Boy
  • Sushi K – Neal Stephenson's novel Snow Crash
  • Sleazy-E – a parody of Eazy-E, as seen in the video for "Dre Day" by Dr. Dre and Snoop Doggy Dogg and in Eazy-E's video for "Real Compton City G's",Mad Magazine #333 January/February 1995, "Nobody Beats You Like The Wizz Home Entertainment Centers" holiday rap advertisement
  • Postmaster P. Smith  – Leprechaun: In The Hood
  • Wheel Smith – Nickelodeon Magazine August 1998 Service Area Sentinel, "Entertainment: Top 5 Cassettes on the $4.99 Rack", parody of Will Smith
  • Snake Da Assassin (David Banner) – Monk, "Mr. Monk and the Rapper"
  • Snips and Snails – My Little Pony: Equestria Girls - Rainbow Rocks
  • Snoop Kitty Kitty – Round House, parody of Snoop Doggy Dogg
  • Stray Bullet – Leprechaun in the Hood
  • The Stray Mob – Opposites Attract, Skat Strut, a group of five cats (Fatz, Taboo, Leo, Katleen, and Silk) and a mouse (Micetro), who are MC Skat Kat's friends
  • The Street Frogs – The Comic Strip: Street Frogs
  • Stupe Groggy Dog – Mad Magazine #333 January/February 1995, "Nobody Beats You Like The Wizz Home Entertainment Centers" holiday rap advertisement, parody of Snoop Doggy Dogg
  • T.C. and The Candy Wrappers – Top Cat and the Beverly Hills Cats (1988 film)
  • Roy "DJ Mount" Taylor – Bones, "The Man in the Wall"
  • Tha Incredible Mack (Jordan Peele) – Key and Peele
  • Theodore "Teeter" Kenwright (Bryan Fenpark) – Law and Order: Criminal Intent, "Rock Star"
  • Thief Rat – Tom and Jerry Kids, "Rap Rat"
  • Team Rocket – Pokémon Pikachu's Jukebox: "Team Rocket Rap"
  • Tiana Brown - Empire
  • Titan - Empire
  • The Toads – The Comic Strip: Street Frogs, shown on poster in "Typhoon Take Off"
  • Thugnificent – The Boondocks
  • Tibi the Take it Back Butterfly – Yakety Yak, Take It Back, Trash Talk, anthropomorphic butterfly rapper (voiced by Melba Moore)
  • Twitch Twynum (Cedric Sanders) – Law and Order: Criminal Intent, "Players"
  • Uptown Rudy – The Comic Strip: Street Frogs, "The Crate"
  • Vanilla Lice – Tiny Toon Adventures, "Toon TV", Mad Magazine October 1991 "Teen Rage Moolah Nitwit Turtles 2: The Secret Is To Snooze", parodies of Vanilla Ice
  • Kenny West – The Cleveland Show

See also[edit]


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