With the brash title to his 1992 solo debut, MC Ren proved he still had attitude even after N.W.A. broke up. We don't know if he was addressing his departed bandmates, white America, or folks who doubted he would succeed on his own with the title, but you have to admire any artist who names their album in a way that pretty much guarantees retailers and radio stations are going to shun it. Plus, we miss Z's randomly replacing S's on every other rap song and album title back in the day.
35. MC Ren, Kizz My Black Azz (1992)