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Celestial Cyphers: These 9 Libra Rappers Are Tipping the Scales in the Hip-Hop World

These nine talented Libra rappers bring a harmonious blend of intellect and charisma to the hip-hop scene — read on for more!


Oct. 23 2023, Published 11:40 a.m. ET

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From their captivating lyrical finesse to their charismatic stage presence, Libra rappers dominate the hip-hop world with their unique style and artistic flair.

Libras are known to have a keen eye for detail and typically excel in careers related to fashion, design, and of course, music. This makes sense given the sixth sign in the zodiac represents balance and harmony.

Although Libra season only comes around once a year, the nine rappers below have made an indelible mark on the music industry that will never fade. They share two things: a zodiac sign and a knack for crafting hits that resonate with fans across the globe.

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Join us on a journey through the sounds and stories of these talented recording artists as we explore what makes them stand out in the rap game. Keep scrolling for details!

T.I. "Tip" Harris (Sept. 25)

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Born Sept. 25, 1980, Tip is best known for his unique sense of style, charisma, and dynamic stage presence. In fact, the Atlanta rapper can be credited for making trap music mainstream.

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The self-described King of the South is celebrated both on and off the stage. In October of 2023, he was honored with the Fashion Icon award during Atlanta Fashion Week.

Lil Wayne (Sept. 27)

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On Sept. 27, 1982, a star was born.

Dwayne Michael Carter Jr., who most of us know as Weezy F. Baby, has long established himself as a pillar in the rap game.

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He found fame as a teen when he inked a deal with Cash Money Records. The rapper has been applauded for popular projects including but not limited to Tha Carter, Tha Carter II, and Tha Carter III.

With a unique sound, laid-back aesthetic, and skater-boy vibe, the 41-year-old has influenced many up-and-coming rappers like Lil Uzi Vert, Travis Scott, and Young Thug.

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Young Jeezy (Sept. 28)

Much like T.I., Jay Wayne Jenkins (better known as Jeezy) is also known for pioneering and popularizing trap music.

Born on Sept. 28, 1977, his serene demeanor and triumphant mindset embody all of the Libra vibes.

A$AP Rocky (Oct. 3)

A$AP Rocky, also known as Flacko, was born on Oct. 3, 1988. He shot to stardom in 2011 with the release of Live.Love.A$AP. His innovative approach to rhyme and unique sense of style has solidified his role as a cultural influencer in contemporary hip-hop.

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Cardi B (Oct. 11)

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Born on Oct. 11, 1992, Cardi B's rise to fame began when she joined the cast of VH1's Love & Hip Hop: New York. Later, she shocked the world with the chart-topper "Bodak Yellow."

That moment in music history established Cardi as a monumental talent in the rap game. The single earned a RIAA Diamond certification and has sold more than 10 million copies to date.

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In the years since then, the New York native's vibrant personality, sharp fashion sense, and impeccable flow have all contributed to her status as a cultural icon and an influential voice in the industry.

Eminem (Oct.17)

Among the names on this list, Eminem (born October 17, 1972) stands out as one of the more reserved artists. However, his explosive stage presence combined with his impeccable lyrical talents has led to a successful career spanning nearly three decades.

With 11 critically acclaimed albums, he has secured his place among the greats in the world of hip-hop.

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Snoop Dogg (Oct. 20)

An iconic Libra in his own right, Snoop Dogg was born on Oct. 20, 1971. His discography includes 20 solo studio albums, the first of which was released in 1993.

Songs like "Drop It Like It's Hot" and "Nuthin' But a G Thang" solidified his legacy and the legendary West Coast rhymer is still dropping hits to this day.

Beyond music, Snoop is a cultural and style icon who will forever be known as one of hip-hop's greatest.

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Doja Cat (Oct. 21)

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Doja Cat (born October 21, 1995) is renowned for her genre-blending music, ever-evolving look, and captivating stage presence.

In true Libra fashion, the "Pain the Town Red" rhymer's work showcases her deep appreciation for exploration and self-expression. While her work hasn't always rubbed fans the right way, she continues to establish herself as a force to be reckoned with.

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21 Savage (Oct. 22)

Born on Oct. 22, 1992, 21 Savage is best known for his keen sense of style, storytelling, and rags-to-riches story.

In 2016, the Brit partnered with Metro Boomin for the release of Savage Mode and he's been topping charts ever since.

Earning 11 platinum-certified singles for tracks like “Bank Account,” “A Lot," “X," “No Heart," and, “Runnin," the rapper has cemented his position in the industry as a true talent.

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