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Hip Hop Songs

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The Monster by Eminem Featuring Rihanna
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Paranoid by Ty Dolla $ign Featuring B.o.B
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Na Na by Trey Songz
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Loyal by Chris Brown Featuring Lil Wayne & French Montana
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Talk Dirty by Jason Derulo Featuring 2 Chainz
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Drunk in Love by Beyonce featuring Jay-Z
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Collard Greens by Schoolboy Q Ft. Kendrick Lamar
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Rap God by Eminem
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V.S.O.P by K.Michelle
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Survival by Eminem
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It Won’t Stop by Sevyn Streeter Ft Chris Brown
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My Hitta by YG featuring. Young Jeezy and Rich Quan
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White Walls by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Featuring ScHoolboy Q & Hollis
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Pound Cake/Paris Music Motion 2 by Drake ft Jay Z
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Show Me by Kid Ink Featuring Chris Brown
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Lolly by Maejor Ali ft Juicy J And Justin Beiber
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Wu-Tang Forever By Drake
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I Do It by 2 Chainz ft Drake and Lil Wayne
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Honest by Future
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23 by Mike Will Made It Featuring Miley Cyrus, Wiz Khalifa & Juicy J
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All Of Me by John Legend
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Act Right by Yo Gotti Featuring Jeezy & YG
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Versace by Migos ft. Drake
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I luv This Sh*t by August Alsina Ft. Trinidad James
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Berzerk By Eminem
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Bounce It by Juicy J Featuring Wale And Trey Songz
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Helluva Night by Ludacris
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Gas Pedal by Sage the Gemini Feat Imasu
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Love More by Chris Brown feat Nicki Minaj
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Hold on, We’re going Home by Drake feat. Majid Jordan
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Type of Way by Rich Homie Quan
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Red Nose by Sage the Gemini
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Picasso Baby by Jay-Z
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Tom Ford by Jay-Z
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Part II (On the Run) by Jay-Z featuring Beyonce
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Oceans by Jay-Z featuring Frank Ocean
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Holy Grail by Jay-Z featuring Justin Timberlake
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Crown by Jay-Z
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F*ck With Me You Know I Got It by Jay-Z featuring Rick Ross
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I’m Out By Ciara featuring Nicki Minaj
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Feds Watching by 2 Chainz featuring Pharell
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Without Me by Fantasia featuring Kelly Rowland and Missy Elliot
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Love Hate Thing by Wale featuring Sam Dew
44.
Don’t Think They Know by Chris Brown featuring Aaliyah
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Beware by Big Sean featuring Jhene Aiko and Lil Wayne
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Crooked Smile by J. Cole featuring TLC
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New Slaves by Kanye West
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Blood on the Leaves by Kanye West
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Black Skinhead by Kanye West
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Ain’t Worried About Nothin by French Montana
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Bubble B*tt by Major Lazer featuring Bruno Mars, Tyga, and Mystic
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We Own It by 2 Chainz & Wiz Khalifa
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Wit Me by T.I. featuring Lil Wayne
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Headband by B.o.B. featuring 2 Chainz
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Work by A$AP Ferg
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#Beautiful by Mariah Carey feat. Miguel
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Tapout by Rich Gang featuring Birdman, Lil Wayne, Future, Mack Maine and Nicki Minaj
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No New Friends by DJ Khaled feat. Drake, Rick Ross, MMG Boss, and Lil Wayne
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Memories Back Then by Hustle Gang
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How Many Drinks by Miguel
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Ready by Fabolous feat. Chris Brown
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U.O.E.N.O by Rocko Feat. Rick Ross & Future
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I Hit It First by Ray J feat. Bobby Brackins
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Fine China by Chris Brown
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High School by Nicki Minaj
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Rich as F**k by Lil Wayne featuring 2 Chainz
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Molly by Tyga featuring Wiz Khalifa, Mally Mall, and Cedric Gervais
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So Many Girls by DJ Drama featuring Wale, Tyga, and Roscoe Dash
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Freaks by French Montana Featuring Nicki Minaj
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Show Out by Juicy J
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Kisses Down Low by Kelly Rowland
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We Still in This B*tch by B.o.B. featuring T.I. and Juicy J
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Power Trip by J. Cole Featuring Miguel
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Bad by Wale featuring Tiara Thomas
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Celebration featuring Chris Brown, Tyga, Wiz Khalifa, and Lil Wayne
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Wild for the Night by A$AP Rocky
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Bad A** by Kid Ink
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B****, Don’t Kill My Vibe by Kendrick Lamar
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Rest of My Life by Ludacris featuring Usher and David Guetta
80.
Battle Scars by Guy Sebastian featuring Lupe Fiasco
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Remember You by Wiz Khalifa featuring The Weeknd
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Who Booty by Jonn Hart
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Neva End by Future
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Guap by Big Sean
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Dope by Tyga featuring Rick Ross
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All Gold Everything by Trinidad James
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Ball by T.I. featuring Lil Wayne
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Wicked Games by The Weeknd
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Pour It Up by Rihanna
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Love Me by Lil Wayne featuring Drake and Future
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Poetic Justice by Kendrick Lamar featuring Drake
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Suit & Tie by Justin Timberlake featuring Jay-Z
93.
Adorn By Miguel
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Clique By Big Sean, Jay-Z and Kanye West
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I’m Different by 2 Chainz
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Swimming Pools (Drank) By Kendrick Lamar
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F**kin Problems by A$AP Rocky
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Thrift Shop by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Wanz
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Girl on Fire By Alicia Keys ft. Nicki Minaj
100.
Thinkin Bout You By Frank Ocean
101.
Bandz A Make Her Dance By Juicy J ft. 2 Chainz & Lil Wayne
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Diamonds By Rihanna

About Hip Hop Songs

 

Hip hop music is one of the most popular genre these days. Numerous top hits and top recording artists belong to this type of genre. In reality, it can be difficult to imagine the music industry without it. Not surprisingly, it is encompassing generations. As it was in the past years, this type of music is still one of the most appreciated, inspirational, and interesting presently. It is also interesting how it has evolved through the years.

Hip hop music started in New York City during the 1970s. The popularity of block parties among African Americans living in the Bronx paved the way for this type of genre, which initially featured a combination of soul and funk music. Amid positive reaction, DJs began isolation of percussive breaks especially of popular tracks, just like what is done in Jamaican club music.

In its early stage, this type of music served as an outlet and a mouthpiece for young people, particularly those in low-economic venues. It was used to reflect the economic, social, and political realities of the times. Turntable techniques in music remixing then became the vogue.

Rapping became popular, paving the way for emergence of hip hop culture. Obviously, speaking lyrically this type of music has always been identified with African-American music. It served as among the main pillars that put up the social environment wherein most early hip hop songs had been created.

Diversification came in the 1980s, when more complex styles made it evolve. Old school during the time started getting into heavy usage of drum machines, which up to this day can still be heard. Lyrical content also changed when metaphorical lyrics were introduced backed by multi-layered instrumentals. At the same time, electro music was infused into what was termed as the hip hop movement.

The middle of 1980s to the start of the 1990s became the golden age of this genre. During this period, it emerged as mainstream. This type of music started to be identified for quality, diversity, innovation, and influence. Jazz influence merged with themes of political militancy and Afrocentrism. It seemed that each single from various artists helped reinvent this genre.

By the middle of the 1990s, this type of music rose to become the best seller. Music critics, fans, and listeners showed how much they like and love this music, giving inspiration to more artists. Without a doubt, this type of music grew to become the most exciting that time in modern pop music.

Its popularity continued from then on. In the 2000s, its influences found its way into mainstream pop. It spread like wildfire and conquered most music charts around the world. Up to this day, hip hop songs are among the most liked, loved, and patronized tracks. That is why it is just appropriate to have a list of hits that focuses on this type of genre. It is not surprising that many of the top sellers and most popular recording artists today are involved in this music category.