The 10 Best Fictional Musicians


Movie: Hustle & Flow

Top Song: Whoops That Trick

Best Lyric: “I got a snow bunny, and a black girl too. You pay the right price and they’ll both do you.”

Easily the greatest all-around fictional rapper of all-time, Djay hails from Memphis and truly shows us why ‘pimpin’ ain’t easy’. He has a couple of the best producers in the South and you may know him from ‘Whoop That Trick’ or ‘Hustle & Flow (Keep Hustlin’)’ or even the time he beat the hell out of Skinny Black.


Dewey Cox

Movie: Walk Hard

Top Song: Walk Hard

Best Lyric: “You know when I was a boy, folks used to say to me ‘slow down Dewey, don’t walk so hard.’ And I used to tell them, ‘Life’s a race and I’m in it to win it and I’ll walk as damn hard as I please’.”

Johnny Cash ain’t got nothin’ on Dewey Cox. Despite his downward spiral when dabbling with marijuana, Cox is a the best fictional country rock star. Played by John C. Reilly, Cox is the man!



Movie: CB4

Top Song: Straight Outta Locash

Best Lyric: “I tied your mom to a mother fucking train track. Slider her on her back, gave her some crack. It’s 10 o’clock, do you know where you moms is at?”

No group is more ratchet than the guys from CB4. Comprised of Gusto, Dead Mike and Stab Master Arson CB4 is known for their West-Coast gangster raps, with clear N.W.A. influences. They hail straight out of Locash and are a means to be reckoned with.



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