The Best Rappers with Blue Hair (Visual Gallery)

Written By Bakes

Avid writer on Men's Hair, Grooming, and Lifestyle!

Gone are the days of the “traditional hip hop look” whatever that even means, times have evolved and so has the idea of the typical rappers appearance, evident by our list of rappers with blue hair.

In the ever-evolving world of hip-hop, artists are continuously pushing the boundaries of style and self-expression. One daring trend that has captivated audiences and cemented itself as a symbol of artistic individuality is blue hair.

Rappers with Blue Hair (Visual Gallery)


Alongside his thought-provoking lyrics and emotional melodies, his striking blue hair became one of his most recognizable trademarks.

Rappers with Blue dreadlocks

He effortlessly blended raw vulnerability with aggressive delivery, touching the hearts of millions of fans worldwide.

Sadly, XXXTentacion‘s life was cut short in 2018, but his legacy continues to inspire a new generation of artists.

NLE Choppa

NLE Choppa burst into the scene with his energetic performances and contagious charisma.

Blue Tips

The young rapper from Memphis gained rapid fame for his unique flow and penchant for blue hair.

His bold choice of color reflects his willingness to be different and unapologetically himself.

Beyond his vibrant style, NLE Choppa is also an advocate for mental and physical wellness, encouraging his followers to embrace a positive lifestyle.

Lil Uzi Vert

Lil Uzi Verts Dreads have been dyed every colour under the sun. They add an extra element of visual flair to his already engaging stage presence, making him an unforgettable presence in the hip-hop world.

Blue Dreads

Hes no stranger to experimenting with his appearance, and his blue hair is just one of many extravagant style choices he’s made.

The Philadelphia rapper has been at the forefront of the trap and emo rap genres, delivering infectious hooks and captivating performances.

Chris Brown

In our Chris Brown Hair editorial we covered the various hairstyles and colours worn by the artist throughout the years which we quote below

“we get to see Chris bleach his hair to further express himself. Some of these we love i.e., the blonde and some of them were not too sure about i.e., the multi coloured dye.

Chris can be seen getting creative with the blue dye. Sometimes its half blue and half pink, sometimes its his entire head or just the front.

He continually evolves, experimenting with different sounds and aesthetics, and his bold hair choices reflect this.

Juice Wrld

Juice Wrld Dreads were distinctive and bold, When combined with the vivid blue color, it became an even more expressive and artistic statement

Prior to his death Juice Wrld’s blue-dyed hair became an emblem of his creativity and authenticity.

Whilst the significant loss to the world of hip-hop meant we would no longer see these styles from the rapper we can see the influence its left behind.

Latto (Wig)

In a society and culture where natural hair colors like black, brown, and blonde are more prevalent, seeing Latto with vivid blue wigs immediately captures attention.

It signals a sense of boldness and confidence. It shows she’s a woman not afraid to break away from societal norms and express herself in a visually striking manner.

In addition to this it challenges preconceived notions of what is considered attractive.

Remy Ma (Wig)

Within a male dominated industry women tend to be much creative with their hair and fashion choices which explains Remy’s Blue Wig!

Rappers with Blue Hair and Wigs

In hip hop lyrics alone aren’t going to garner you attention, your likeness and images plays an important part too!

Remy Ma’s blue hair serves as a statement of her artistic fearlessness, and she continues to leave an enduring impact on the hip-hop community.

Its no different to Lil Kim in the 90s having her hair pieces in various colours, I mean the fact were still talking about it today shows how influencial the moment was.

Final Words

In conclusion, rappers with blue hair have brought a fresh and daring approach to the hip-hop scene.

Blue hair has become a powerful symbol of artistic freedom but more importantly its an indicator that the traditional hip hop image no longer exists, those days are done.

As the hip-hop world continues to evolve, these daring artists will undoubtedly inspire future generations to embrace their true selves and push the boundaries of creative expression.

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