Rank #1: EP 100: Tee Grizzley
Tee Grizzley's has a new lease on life. Less than a year ago, the Detroit upstart was serving hard time on robbery charges.
Rank #2: EP 99: Kid Capri
DJ Kid Capri is still one of the most sought after names in hip-hop.
Rank #3: EP 98: Bink
Bink's got the hot hand. Recently, the Virginia producer supplied the heat to Rick Ross' new album, Rather You Than Me
Rank #4: EP 97: Run The Jewels
Political rap has a new face. Last December, Run The Jewels, composed of Killer Mike and producer El-P, returned with their the third installment of their self titled LP.
Rank #5: EP 96: PnB Rock
Although PnB Rock's one of the game's rising stars, he's already experienced the trappings of success.
Rank #6: EP 95: Stephen Hill
If revolution won't be televised, Stephen Hill, BET's President of Program, is rewriting the rules.
Rank #7: EP 94: Nick Grant
Nick Grant's a student of the game. Influenced by hip-hop's greats, the South Carolina fire-spitter proves his self worth on on his debut release, Return Of The Cool.
Rank #8: EP 93: Troy Carter
Troy Carter is a business, man. After years of working behind the scenes for Bad Boy and Ruff Ryders, Mr. Carter is now the Global Head of Creator Services at Spotify.
Rank #9: EP 92: 6LACK
Despite being one of the game's most enigmatic rookies, 6lack is rather forthcoming.
Rank #10: EP 91: BJ The Chicago Kid
BJ The Chicago kid is all grown up. Recently, the Illinois native performed the national anthem at President Barack Obama's farewell gathering.