The bigger they are, the harder they fall, and no one sits higher than a rapper at the top of his (or her) game. But what might seem like an endless joyride can come crashing down at any time, due to label issues or changing tastes, even something as trivial as a dumb outfit.

While these acts may be gone, they will never be forgotten; we celebrate their peaks and, when it comes to valleys, we reminisce over them. ItsTheReal’s Eric and Jeff Rosenthal picked up all of the broken pieces for our list of The 30 Worst Fall-Offs in Rap History.

Written by Eric Rosenthal and Jeff Rosenthal (@ItsTheReal)

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