Favorite Rap/Hip-hop songs!

Dizzy

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Vault101 said:
theres too many


and I havnt even gotten to macklemore and ryan lewis.....when most rappers try and rap about somthing "deep" they often come across as fake and insincere...but this guy gives me chills

Bro... Your name.. Played fallout 3 today.
Anyways, Most rappers think something deep is rapping about alcohol drugs & women, and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis.. Same Love.
AND Not to forget, Thrift Shop, loved it before it was popular.
 

Lt._nefarious

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Bo Burnham - Oh Bo


There really is a lack of Bo in this thread... I aim to fix that.

And of course Natalie's Rap by the Lonely Island and... Natalie Portman, I guess...

 

Alternative

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Bout to drop some Aussie rap into this thread


Now the most hardcore rap ive ever heard, this is mind blowing.

 

Vault101

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Dizzy said:
Anyways, Most rappers think something deep is rapping about alcohol drugs & women, and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis.. Same Love.
AND Not to forget, Thrift Shop, loved it before it was popular.
being sincere is more like "MY HOMIE DUN GOT SHOT WHILE WE WERE DOIN GANGSTA SHIT AN IMA REAL UPSET"
 

Dizzy

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Vault101 said:
Dizzy said:
Anyways, Most rappers think something deep is rapping about alcohol drugs & women, and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis.. Same Love.
AND Not to forget, Thrift Shop, loved it before it was popular.
being sincere is more like "MY HOMIE DUN GOT SHOT WHILE WE WERE DOIN GANGSTA SHIT AN IMA REAL UPSET"
Thats right, Dope by Tyga IS Dope, and Started From The Bottom By Drake is Good too

I'ma Coke Boy/remix By Chinx Drugz is good.
 

Harlemura

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Does the Anarchy Reigns soundtrack count as rap and/or hip-hop?
Because if it does, then one of these two songs.
I don't really like any rap or hip-hop, so I don't know why I like this game's music so much. Well, probably because it's a different genre, but it's close enough.
 

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Eminem - Without Me
Naughty by Nature - Pin the Tail on the Donkey
Beastie Boys - Sureshot
Nas - It Ain't Hard to Tell
Wreck-n-effect - Rumpshaker
 

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I don't listen to a ton, but when I do...

 

bigwon

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Anjovi - Hard to Say
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XpdmXBqeM0s

Blackalicious - Rock the Spot
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7nZhGxZU6m4

Ill Bill - Cult Assassin
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IoKAFdXX4VQ

Madvillain - All Caps
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewc1hixzYPY

Wutang - 4th Chamber
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i1xkw-XUeGw
 

Last Hugh Alive

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My friend got my into a few new rappers lately since I've fallen out of hip hop the last couple of years. This guy is my new favourite.


First track is more intelligent, the second just makes me wanna get up and break something.
 

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Ahri said:
The first few that come to mind:

Vinnie Paz - End Of Days
Tupac - California Love
Eminem - Forgot About Dre
Thats probably my least favorite Eminem song, but at least it is Eminem. And for that, I have no complaints.

OT: For some reason, none of these videos are showing up for me. But from what I can tell, theres been no mention of Deuce.

-America

-Help Me

-Story of a Snitch

You're all welcome.
 

Vault101

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Last Hugh Alive said:
My friend got my into a few new rappers lately since I've fallen out of hip hop the last couple of years. This guy is my new favourite.


First track is more intelligent, the second just makes me wanna get up and break something.
I know not the demographic for hip hop, but I love I'll mind of hopsin 5 for saying what really needs to be said
 

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My main man Vanilla Ice, yo he's cooking MCs like a pound of bacon.
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But for real, Gnarls Barkley.