Hip-hop artists have been stuntin' poetically on wax since the art was first introduced — money, cash, girls, and clothes have always been a must to be a respected emcee. Things have changed immensely since the '80s from production, rhyme schemes, and the brands that rappers have been boasting about decades ago. Before rappers like Wale and Kanye came along rapping about their fresh Nike Airs, some of the greatest in the game were just as amped about their adidas Superstars. Hit the jump to check out 25 Outdated Sneaker References in Rap and let us know which bar is the best.
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