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Lil' Wayne named 'top foul-mouthed artist'

18 December 2015, 14:00

Abuja - Lil' Wayne has been named the top "foul-mouthed" artist.

Digital music streaming service Deezer has identified several offensive terms in the Lollipop hitmaker's songs after analysing its catalogue of more than 35 million tracks through its 'Lyrics' function - and he has two tunes in the top 10.

Wayne's hit Beat the S**t helped him to the top spot with its 188 curse words, but he was closely followed by fellow rapper Snoop Dogg.
Jay Z finished in the medal places in third, while late rapper 2Pac was fourth.

Eminem, Busta Rhymes and 50 Cent also make the top 10, as does Ice Cub whose group N.W.A are responsible for songs such as F**k tha Police, which Cube wrote with MC Ren.

Following Deezer's research the top 10 list of foul-mouthed artists is as follows:

1. Lil Wayne
2. Snoop Dogg
3. Jay Z
4. 2Pac
5. DMX
6. Eminem
7. Rick Ross
8. Busta Rhymes
9. 50 Cent
10. Ice Cube

The top ten list of albums:

1. Mickey Avalon, Mickey Avalon - 3,094 curse words
2. All Eyez on Me (Dual Disc), 2Pac - 1,091 curse words
3. Until the End of Time, 2Pac - 800 curse words
4. Turn Up Why Turn Down, DJ Dallas Green - 779 curse words
5. All Eyes on Me, 2Pac - 752 curse words
6. R U Still Down? (Remember Me), 2Pac - 740 curse words
7. I Am Not a Human Being (Deluxe Edition), Lil Wayne - 722 curse words
8. Still Smokin and Leaned Out, Lil Wayne - 700 curse words
9. Anarchy, Busta Rhymes - 677 curse words
10. Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf, Game - 675 words 

- BangShowBiz

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