Saturday, March 2, 2013

Top 100 Rap Songs Of All-Time

Popular top rap songs have revolutionized music sending messages with unique beats. The top 100 rap songs are still enjoyed to this day by many.
Listing the top 100 rap songs throughout history:
100) Biz Markie: "Just A Friend"
99) Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz: "Get Low"
98) Warren G ft. Nate Dogg: "Regulate"
97) Eve: "Who's that Girl"
96) DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince: "Parents Just Don't Understand"
95) L'Trimm: "Cars With The Boom"
94) Master P: "Make 'Em Say Ugh"
93) N.E.R.D.: "Lapdance"
92) Yo-Yo: "Can't Play with my Yo-Yo"
91) Chamillionaire: "Ridin'"
90) Pete Rock & CL Smooth: "They Reminisce Over You (T.R.O.Y) "
89) Cam'ron: "Oh Boy"
88) Jungle Brothers: "What U Waitin' 43
87) Wyclef Jean: "We Tryin' to Stay Alive"
86) Heavy D. and the Boyz: "Now That We Found Love"
85) Black Star: "Definition"
84) UTFO: "Roxanne Roxanne"
83) 2 Live Crew: "Me So Horny"
82) Chubb Rock: "Treat 'Em Right"
81) PM Dawn: "Set Adrift On Memory Bliss"
80) Three 6 Mafia: "Hard Out Here For A Pimp"
79) DMX: "Ruff Ryders' Anthem (Stop Drop) "
78) Arrested Development: "Tennessee"
77) Cold Crush Brothers: "Cold Crush Bros. at the Dixie"
76) Big Punisher: "Still Not A Player"
75) Lil' Kim: "Crush on You"
74) EPMD: "You Gots To Chill"
73) Black Sheep: "The Choice Is Yours"
72) J.J. Fad: "Supersonic"
71) Whodini: "Freaks Come Out at Night"
70) 3(rd) Bass: "Pop Goes the Weasel"
69) Common: "I Used to Love H.E.R."
68) T.I.: "What You Know"
67) Mase: "Feel So Good"
66) House Of Pain: "Jump Around"
65) Spoonie Gee and The Treacherous Three: "Love Rap"
64) The Roots: "What they Do"
63) Kid 'n Play: "Rollin' With Kid N Play"
62) Digable Planets: "Rebirth of Slick"
61) Slick Rick: "Children's Story"
60) L.L. Cool J: "I Need Love"
59) Ol' Dirty Bastard: "Shimmy Shimmy Ya"
58) Ludacris ft. Shawna: "What's Your Fantasy"
57) Big Daddy Kane: "I Get the Job Done"
56) Busta Rhymes: "Woo-Ha! Got You All In Check"
55) Terror Squad ft/ Fat Joe and Remy: "Lean Back"
54) MC Lyte: "Cha Cha Cha"
53) Lox: "Money, Power, Respect"
52) Foxy Brown: "I'll Be"
51) Doug E. Fresh & the Get Fresh Crew: "The Show"
50) Lil' Wayne: "Tha Block Is Hot"
49) Boogie Down Productions: "My Philosophy"
48) Nas: "One Love"
47) Young MC: "Bust A Move"
46) De La Soul: "Me, Myself, And I"
45) Geto Boys: "Mind Playing Tricks On Me"
44) Method Man: "I'll Be There For You/You're All I Need to Get By"
43) Game, The ft. 50 Cent: "Hate It or Love It"
42) Roxanne Shante: "Roxanne's Revenge"
41) Funky 4 + 1 - "That's the Joint"
40) Run-DMC: "It's Like That"
39) Tone-Loc: "Wild Thing"
38) Coolio: "Gangsta's Paradise"
37) Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock: "It Takes Two"
36) Nelly: "Hot In Herre"
35) Queen Latifah: "Ladies First"
34) Cypress Hill: "Insane In The Brain"
33) Bone Thugs-N-Harmony: "Tha Crossroads"
32) Puff Daddy & The Family: "It's All About The Benjamins"
31) Kool Moe Dee: "How Ya Like Me Now"
30) Tribe Called Quest: "Check the Rhime"
29) Digital Underground: "The Humpty Dance"
28) Ice Cube: "It Was A Good Day"
27) Beastie Boys: "Hold it Now, Hit it"
26) MC Hammer: "U Can't Touch This"
25) Fugees: "Killing Me Softly"
24) Eric B and Rakim: "Paid in Full"
23) Outkast: "B.O.B."
22) Naughty By Nature: "OPP"
21) Afrika Bambaataa & Soul Sonic Force: "Planet Rock"
20) Kanye West: "Gold Digger"
19) Ice T: "Colors"
18) 50 Cent: "In Da Club"
17) Sir Mix-A-Lot: "Baby Got Back"
16) Missy Elliott: "Get Ur Freak On"
15) Eminem: "Stan"
14) Tupac: "I Get Around"
13) Wu-Tang Clan: "C.R.E.A.M."
12) L.L. Cool J: "I Can't Live Without My Radio"
11) Jay-Z: "Hard Knock Life"
10) Kurtis Blow: "The Breaks"
9) Salt-N-Pepa: "Push It"
8) Snoop Doggy Dogg: "Gin and Juice"
7) Notorious B.I.G.: "Juicy"
6) N.W.A.: "Straight Outta Compton"
5) Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five: "The Message"
4) Run-DMC: "Walk This Way"
3) Dr. Dre; "Nuthin But A 'G' Thang"
2) Sugarhill Gang: "Rapper's Delight"
1) Public Enemy: "Fight The Power"
The 1st song sent a strong message about racism that attracted listeners; some lyrics may have caused controversy. Many fans believe that Rapper's Delight is a song that is "true" and classic. The 3rd song on the list is an old school rap song that many fans believe sets a high standard for rap artists trying to be successful; there's just no match. The 4th top song successfully merged 2 of the most popular genres: rock and rap. The 5th of top rap songs is another classic that just doesn't compare. This list sets high standards for emerging rap artists.

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