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7 17 Issue 73 / 2015 TECHNOLOGY The besT rapper apps 1. Drizzy Let Drake do the talking for you. This handy app makes sure you can respond perfectly to any situation by working Drake lyrics into your messages. It works as an extra keyboard, similar to the emoji board. You can search by album and track to find the lyric you want, or you can explore the categories "Exes", "Feels", "Hustle", "Hate", and "Random". The app also lets you share Spotify links, so you can let the recipient know exactly which track your quoting. 2. snoopify Decorate your photos with Snoop-inspired graphics, stickers and phrases, from classic weed-smoking Snoop Doggy Dogg to rasta king Snoop Lion. Sticker packs include "7 Days of Funk" (headphones, sunglasses), "Riff Raff" (gold bars, snake pendant and watch), and "Sticky Icky" (hair net, stripper, eye drops). There's even a Golden Jay sticker – a blunt wrapped in gold paper – that costs $99.99. Get yourself some cash money stickers and turn yourself into a G-thang. 3. Drake shake A second entry for Drake, the man is like catnip to app developers! This one allows you to get Drake in your life in a more intimate way – simply open the app, shake your phone, and he appears in your photos! 4. baseDmoji Sometimes it can be hard to truly express yourself with the standard emoji keyboard. Enter Lil B. His Basedmoji app allows you to add Lil B themed stickers into your messages. As it says in the app store description, "have fun with your friends and family and celebrate the life of Lil B!" Where would we be without rapper themed apps? They enable us to pimp our photos, add flow to our messages and live a hip-hop lifestyle. We celebrate this small but vitally important sector of the app market in the hope that it continues to grow. 5. Drake Vs LiL Wayne Their joint tour may be over, but we had to include an honourable mention for the sick Streetfighter concept of this app. Created especially for the shows, this app allowed you to play along with the performances by giving power-ups to your favourite and boosting either Drake's or Lil Wayne's live power-meter.

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