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Five Swag Rappers Who Should Crash the Sucker Free Awards

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We just got off the phone with our bookie.

Chasing that Sucker Free paper, Crossfade dropped a fat stack on a four category parlay -- Rookie of the Year, Best Crew, Song of the Year, and Who's Got Next -- and $500 in side bets.

Tyler, The Creator, Odd Future, Meek Mill's "Ima Boss," and Mac Miller are all locks. But who'll crash the Sucker Free Awards this Friday at LIV is anyone's guess. With a ton of skrilla on the line, we're hoping some of our hip-hop homies pull through and show up uninvited.

Check out Crossfade's swag rapper wish list after the cut.

5. Mr. Muthafuckin' eXquire

Homeboy needs to roll up to LIV "with three bitches in an MPV" and "half a gallon of Georgie Porgie" and accept the "Who's Got Next" award. Oh, he's not nominated. Too bad. He wins.

4. Fiend

The former No Limit Records rapper dropped five mixtapes in 2011; easily the best resurgence by a New Orleans MC this year. Rocking a tuxedo, tennis shoes, and straight stinkin' like that sticky-icky-icky, we're hoping Fiend crashes Weezy's performance and show's what a real NoLa rapper should sound like.

3. 2 Chainz (formerly Tity Boi)

Cocaine on his knuckles? This dude's hardcore. Download his motherfuckin' mixtape.

2. Chip$

Wouldn't it be great if Chip$ hotboxed the Sucker Free awards, Detroit-style, just like he did at the Das Racist show last month? Speaking of Das Racist...

1. Das Racist

Who's that? Brooown!

Sucker Free Awards. Friday, November 11. LIV, 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Win free tickets by visiting onsetproductions.com and filling out the online contest application. Applicants must be 21 years old and live in the greater Miami/South Florida area.

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