Rap Sheet, the second largest hip hop publication was founded in 1992 to report on rap music, hip hop culture and the business of music for rap.

Rap Sheet broke artists from the underground who would go in to become the top artists in the business, including Snoop Dogg, Wu-Tang, Outkast, Common and The Roots.

Rap Sheet was the first of many areas: First Hip Hop Newspaper, First Black Owned, first magazine in the internet and first to establish its own music conference.

Rap Sheet forged relationships with the artists like no other publication, featuring Chuck D and KRS One as Contributing Editors.

Rap Sheet has been continuously on the web since 1994. This is the latest version.