1. Zico (I’ll count him as a non underground rapper for this thread as he debuted in Block B, an idol group. Pretty self explanatory if you ask me) 2. RM (Top-botch wordplay and lyricism as far as translations go, versatile tonality and rhythm) 3. Bobby (Humorously creative lyricism, versatile tone and flow, vocal presence is outstanding) 4. Joohoney (Impressive rhyming and presence, stable tone and creative lyrics) 5. GD/T.O.P (Can’t really tell who is better between them. T.O.P has a great tone and flows, GD has great vocal presence, lyricism and experimental flows) 6. Song Minho (Impressive vocal presence, stable tone and flow, experimental) 7. Changbin/Han (Tie. Changbin’s vocal tone is unique and stable, raps are dynamic and experimental, amazing lyricism and outstanding vocalization. Han is versatile, impressively so. Great vocal presence. Impressive freestyle) 8. BI/I.M/Suga (B.I had great experimental flows and production, I.M has great vocal presence and tonality. Suga is incredibly skillful in lyricism and wordplay. Excellent beat production for B.I and Suga) 9. J-Hope/Mark (J-hope’s vocal presence is really impressive, probably the best in this list. Mark is versatile and has good lyricism) 10. Zelo/Yongguk(?)/Ravi/Hwiyoung (Good tonal control for all) Extra Mentions. Hongjoong (Tone) Hyunjin (Rhythmical Complexity) Taeyong (Unique Diction) Sunwoo (Tone) I am open to criticism but no fan wars please! Vocal Presence = Vocalization Technique A rapper with bad vocalization means that the rap comes out muffled and not clear. It’s being able to project your voice efficiently without causing damage to you vocal chords.