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He also frequently wears wears wigs of various styles, showing he's a true style chameleon. 

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8. Cee-Lo Green, who frequently wears long tunics and gowns, posed with his Gnarls Barkley bandmate Danger Mouse in a wedding dress. Although well-known for his bold red carpet looks, Green struggled with his body confidence. 

"My body was too short, my head was too big, I was strange and dressed different, so I would get picked on," Green said in his memoir "Everybody's Brother," according to Daily Mail. Despite struggling with his body image, Green channels that into showstopping looks rather than hiding his body. 

At the 2017 Grammys, Cee-Lo took his look to another level with an all gold floor-length coat, gloves, and matching mask, which was one of the most talked-about looks that night.

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Whether it be onstage, on the red carpet, or in ad campaigns, these rappers aren't afraid to express themselves. 

In an industry that usually profits off traditional tropes of masculinity, it's inspiring to see artists who thrive through their personal, nonconforming style.