Rappers have a long history of getting into the trouble with the law. For most of them, this typically ends with doing hard time, a result that can hurt the momentum of their career. But being behind bars can't stop the hungriest of rappers from doing what they were born to do, even if it means delivering rhymes over the phone.

Rapping freestyles through the wire is nothing new, with MCs like Mac Dre to Lil Wayne dropping bars for public consumption. Even a select few, like Sacramento rapper X-Raided, have recorded entire projects over the phone. Pretty wild. As a refresher, let's go down memory lane and take a look at A History of Freestyles From Jail

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