Beards are very much in fashion in this day and age, and rappers are just as likely as anyone to be adding facial hair to their look.
Here are some rappers who have impressively trendy beard game.
They have beards of a variety of different styles, so you should be able to get some great inspiration to help you up your own beard game.
The Miami born rapper has been rocking the beard game since he was a teenager.
He is known for his trademark mustache and large beard combo that is made up of several colors.
The rapper has been seen sporting this look on various occasions including at the BET Hip Hop Awards in 2015 is also featured in his music videos such as “Bartender” off his album Port of Miami 2.
This Brooklyn based artist has been growing out his beard for years.
His beard is usually worn long and unkempt, but it can also be trimmed into a more traditional shape.
He has been seen wearing this look during his live shows and even on his recent tour bus ad campaign.
The Queens native rapper has been maintaining his facial hair for over 10 years now.
He started growing it out when he was 18 years old and has continued to keep it going ever since. As a result, he is now the proud owner of a huge, full-length, bushy beard.
He has been seen sporting this style on numerous occasions including on his cover art for his latest album Blue Chips World Order.
This iconic old-school rapper from Los Angeles has been rocking his trademark goatee for many years now. He first grew out his beard back in 1996.
Since then, he has usually kept it around the same length. It is often messy and unkempt, but it does have an edgy and rugged appeal.
This legendary Wu-Tang Clan member has been rocking the beard since he was a teenager and continues to do so today.
He has been seen rocking this style in multiple interviews and music video appearances.
Raekwon’s personal style of beard is typically close to the skin, but covers the whole lower half of his face.
This New York City based rapper has been growing out his beard for many years.
Unlike his fellow Wu-Tang Clan member Raekwon, Method Man’s signature beard style is a carefully trimmed goatee.
He has been seen in several music videos sporting this look including “I’ll Fly Away” off his album Tical 2000.
This Florida based rapper has been rocking the bearded look for many years now.
This includes both short and longer beards, but he’s usually seen with a meticulously kept, short one.
He has been seen covering his face with a scarf or bandana while sporting this look.
This Chicago based rapper has been rocking a beard for many years now and continues to do so.
He has been seen on several occasions sporting this look including on his cover art and music videos.
For the Black Thought look, you’ll need a pretty long beard without much in the way of trimming.
This California-based rapper has been rocking this beard for a few years now. He has been seen growing out his beard on multiple occasions including on his Instagram page.
The style of his beards ranges from short and neatly trimmed to longer and more unkempt.
This Grammy Award-winning musician has been rocking the beard almost his entire life. He started growing out his beard when he was just 15 years old.
He has been seen frequently sporting this look on stage and in interviews. He likes his beard unkempt and rough.
Facial hair is an essential part of this Canadian rapper’s look, and he’s one of the most famous rappers to rock the beard.
He has been seen doing this on multiple occasions including on the cover art for his album Views.
This hip-hop legend from Compton has been rocking the beard throughout his career.
He has been seen doing so in multiple music videos including “King Kunta” off his album To Pimp A Butterfly.
While he often lets his beard remain unkempt, he usually keeps it to his chin and sideburns with a small mustache, and it fits his sense of style.
This rapper from Louisiana has been rocking the beard in various forms for many years now. From full beards to goatees, he has tried them all.
In 2015, he had surgery to remove a large portion of his upper lip which led him to shave off his beard for a time. He has also been known to wear hats while sporting this style.
This Atlanta-based rapper has had a beard as part of his hip-hop style since he was 16 years old.
He has worn this style on multiple occasions including on music videos like “Danny Glover” off his 2016 mixtape Beautiful Thugger Girls.
This rapper from Houston has been rocking the beard for as long as he can remember.
He has been seen wearing this style on numerous occasions including on his cover art for his debut studio album Pluto.
Future’s beard is usually kept tastefully short.
So, there you have it – 15 incredible rappers, all with a different style of beard for you to admire and try out.
Of course, some of these rappers are famous for having different styles of the beard at different times, so that gives you even more opportunities to try something new!