36. Peedi Crakk
From: Philadelphia, PA
Signature Song: Peedi Crakk f/ Beanie Sigel, Freeway & Young Chris "One for Peedi Crakk" (2003)
Philly spitter Peedi Crakk came in the game during the height of Roc-A-Fella and State Property's reign in the early 2000s, making his mark murdering mixtape cuts with his Chain Gang brethren, and appearing on Jay-Z's Blueprint 2. His undeniable solo slammer "One For Peedi Crakk" showcased his high-energy, staccato-style street skills, and he stole the show on Freeway's "Flipside," a song that still rings off in the club.
Unfortunately, Peedi's solo project never came out, which led to him throwing some shots at Hov on wax. Then he got locked up, putting his career on hold indefinitely. In 2012, he's a free man again, and still the same dangerous MC he always was, with a fiery flow that just needs the right packaging. Here's hoping he can actually release an album titled Camel Face Hunting Season.