Tuesday, July 9, 2013
10 hip-hop musicians you should follow on Vine
Including Erykah Badu, Mac Miller, and Snoop Dogg.
Six-second video sharing through Vine is the latest craze to sweep the masses. But while there’s debate over whether or not Vine is here to stay or being replaced by Instagram, here are the top 10 artists creating something really unique on their vine accounts.
1. Erykah Badu — This artist’s vines are just as strange as you’d expect. She raps. She beatboxes. She even recreates her own karate film in the span of six seconds.
2. Mac Miller — The rapper joined Vine while he was at the doctor’s office, and it has been a thrill ride ever since. His Vines have even included contained explosions.
3. Maisie Williams — OK, so Maisie Williams doesn’t classify as a musical artist, but the Game of Thrones actress is the Queen of Vine. She’s witty, hilarious, and shows off her mad dancing skills. She’s definitely a must follow.
4. A-Trak — If you ever wanted to know what life was like on the road as a touring DJ, look no further than A-Trak’s vine account.
5. Snoop Dogg — Snoop’s Vines are combinations of him relaxing, partying, or smoking weed. But then again, what did you expect?
6. Soulja Boy — Soulja Boy’s Vine account shows the world how young rap stars spend their downtime. And it looks like it’s a constant party.
7. Kreayshawn — It’s almost a proven fact that the Internet loves cats, which is why Kreayshawn’s Vine account is so popular … and entertaining.
8. RiFF RaFF — RiFF RaFF and his various alter egos provide for nonstop entertainment. It’s easy to see why he’s been deemed the King of Vine.
9. Tyler, the Creator — His Vine account is a pure, unadulterated look into the life of the young artist. He holds nothing back in his zany, creative antics.
10. Wiz Kalifa — Wiz Khalifa is one of the few Vine users that posts every day, making a follow definitely worth it.
Pegasus News Content partner - soso Active