10 Mainstream Rappers You Probably Didn’t Know Were From Alabama

10 Mainstream Rappers You Probably Didn’t Know Were From Alabama

Don’t sleep on Alabama. The most southern state in South is home to a lot of talent. Some talent that has yet to get it’s shine in the mainstream and some talent that is starting to getting the proper shine. Rappers like Doe B, The Last Mr. Bigg, Dirty, Yelawolf, and Rich Boy all paved the way. The year is 2022 and there are plenty more rappers from good ol Alabama. Some that you probably didn’t know were from Alabama. Check the list below.

1. Flo Milli of Mobile, Alabama rose to fame with her songs “Beef FloMix” and “In the Party” going viral on TikTok. Both singles eventually were certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America. She was included in the XXL Freshman Class of 2021.

Follow on Instagram: @Flo Milli and watch on Youtube: Flo Milli

2. No Cap of Mobile, Alabama is signed to YoungBoy’s Never Broke Again and Atlantic Records. His album Mr. Crawford, was released in April 2022, peaking at number 8 on the Billboard 200 chart.

Follow on Instagram: @No Cap and watch on Youtube: No Cap

3. Yung Bleu aka Bleu Vandross of Mobile, Alabama is best known for his 2020 single “You’re Mines Still” featuring Drake.

Follow on Instagram: @Yung Bleu and watch on Youtube: Yung Bleu

4. OMB Peezy of Mobile, Alabama is based in Sacramento, California and signed to veteran rapper E-40’s independent record label, Sick Wid It Records.

Follow on Instagram: @OMB Peezy and watch on Youtube: OMB Peezy

5. Rubberband OG of Montgomery, Alabama is known for his single “60 Ball” and affiliation with Think It’s A Game Ent.

Follow on Instagram: @Rubberband OG and watch on Youtube: Rubberband OG

6. Big Yavo of Birmingham, Alabama is known for his singles “Him” and “Put That Shit On”.

Follow on Instagram: @BigYavo and watch on Youtube: Big Yavo

7. Lil Bam of Birmingham, Alabama rose to fame after the release of his 2019 single “Julio.” His most known single, “Hot Boy” pays homage to the legendary group Goodie Mob by sampling the classic “Cell Therapy.” It was featured on the series Bel-Air.

Follow on Instagram: @Lil Bam and watch on Youtube: Lil Bam

8. Translee of Huntsville, Alabama is know for his 2016 track, “Lost in the Sauce” and being taken in by T.I. to be apart of The Hustle Gang.

Follow on Instagram: @Translee and watch on Youtube: Translee

9. CHIKA of Montgomery, Alabama is know for a few viral videos before signing a record deal. was included in XXL‘s 2020 Freshman Class and was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best New Artist.

Follow on Instagram: @CHIKA and watch on Youtube: CHIKA

10. TLE Cinco of Bessemer, Alabama is known for his trap anthems and being signed by 300 Entertainment, home of Young Thug and Shy Glizzy.

Follow on Instagram: @TLE Cinco and watch on Youtube: TLE Cinco

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