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Lists are always a great way to rile up folks in both a positive and negative way. Obviously no one’s list will be the same as the next man, so it always confused me why some people get extremely angry when another person’s doesn’t quite match up.
With all that said, has listed what they believe to be the top 250 hip hop songs of the 90’s, giving the top spot to Dr. Dre’s Nuthin’ But A G Thang (shouts to for getting that info).
The complete list can be found in the special edition issue that hits stands on May 24th. I’m sure Dr. Dre being number one will already get y’all going in the c-section, but let’s spice it up a bit.
List off you’re personal Top 10 tracks from 1990-1999.
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Kanye's braggart rhymes, Jay-Z's strong presence, 's unique delivery, and T.I.'s multi-syllabic flow make this a quadruple whammy of star power. T.I.'s star-stuffed single instantly became an inescapable radio hit, club banger, and summer staple in 2008. To crown it all, a heavily pregnant M.I.A.
joined the boys onstage for a Grammy performance on her due date. Top that. Continue Reading Below Much was made about the growing purchasing power of white hip-hop fans. On the 9th Wonder-laced "And This Is For...," Murs imbues the topic with the insight, bite, and nuance it truly deserved.
"Good music transcends all physical limits," Murs rhymed atop 9th's deft interpretation of "You're Winning" by Crackin'. Darkness permeates "Dance with the Devil" from start to finish, as Immortal Technique tells an elaborate tale of a man named Billy. Billy's hunger for social acceptance drove him to commit all sorts of atrocities.
The song's hazed-out jazzy vibe, coupled with Tech's psychopathic recital, is incredibly chilling. North Carolina MC Phonte teamed up with Dutch beatsmith Nicolay on 2004's Connected. Where most rappers tend to approach their side gigs lightly, Tay attacked every beat on Connected as if his career depended on it. One of his most memorable performances arrived on the Darrien Brockington-aided gem "All That You Are." Devin is known for propagating green gospel. Usually, when he does so, it's because he has trouble on his mind.
When he's down and out, his doobie is all he has. But when you take away his refuge, it's like stealing a fat kid's lunch. Luckily for us, some mean bastard took his doobie away and Devin lived to tell the beautiful tale of "Doobie Ashtray" possible. Aside from Hurricane Katrina relief efforts, no other event garnered hip-hop support like the 2008 presidential election. Nas and a bunch of others made something of a contest out of documenting the historic election.
"Black President" took Pac's skepticism ("we ain't ready to see a black president") and turned it into a positive assertion of progress in U.S. politics. Oh man, the good ol' days when Timbaland was cranking out club knockers every other Tuesday. Jiggaman and UGK teamed up to give us this sure-shot in the summer of 2000. And if you happened to be a UGK fan back then, you probably recall doing backflips as soon as you heard Bun go, "It's the big southern rappin' pimp Presario." "All I Do Is Think of You" is a favorite among Jackson 5 fans.
The ballad, which appears on Jackson 5's Moving Violation, is also one of the group's most sampled tunes. A slightly faster, albeit equally melancholic, version of the song is the framework for Dilla's "Time: Donut of the Heart," off his critically-acclaimed 2006 album, Donuts. The Roots later used the same track as for the album closer, "Can't Stop This" on 2007's Game Theory.
Jay Electronica is no ordinary rapper. And "Eternal Sunshine (The Pledge)" is no ordinary rap song. Jay flips the theme music from Eternal Sunshine into a gorgeous hip-hop gem. Powerfully plumbed with acoustic guitar, though the production is lo-fi. Its simplicity only accentuates the sound of Jay’s heartbreaking. No hip-hop song in recent memory captured so perfectly the sentiment of despair and the possibility of hope.
Andre 3000 and Big Boi, in their creative ebullience, dazzled with 2000's Stankonia. Arguably their best LP, Stankonia, scored 5 mics in The Source and spawned three of the year's most popular songs: the ferocious "B.O.B.," the swaggerlicious "So Fresh, So Clean," and this here baby-mama-drama anthem "Ms. Jackson." Eminem's songwriting prowess is part of what made him one of the premier MCs of the 2000s.
"Lose Yourself" has the double gift of being both an inspirational speech and an instructional manual. Em instructs you to "lose yourself in the moment," while the beat motivates you to move your feet.
Perfect for a mid-tempo workout session. Missy quickly became a favorite in the 2000s on the strength of her progressive production and innovative videos. "Get Ur Freak On" is a testament to her array of artistic strengths. It combines disparate elements that have no business being in the same pot together: Indian strings, tribal drums, Chinese gibberish.
The result is a cohesive gem that sent ripples across the airwaves. “Exhibit C” embodies everything people admire about Jay Electronica—a combo of compelling confessionals and convincing boasts, delivered in a charismatic manner.
Jay’s imagery is impressive. But it’s only one part of the equation. The other part comes from Just Blaze’s musically rich soundboard. A dense soundscape of shimmering piano licks over a classic breakbeat and thumping bass is the recipe for an instant banger. Hey hip-hop, your future is in safe hands.
How many artists can claim to have placed their hood on the map with just one single? The H-Town triumvirate of Mike, Slim, and Paul should be somewhere near the top of that list for spearheading Houston's momentary chokehold on hip-hop.
Loud and languorous, "Still Tippin'" captured the essence of southern hospitality in 2004. Outkast and Raekwon hadn’t collaborated since Aquemini and this track – with an amazing closing verse from Andre –showed us why they needed to do it again.
Though dropped some memorable lines here, you'll remember 3K's verse even after "Royal Rush" has pumped out its last note. Then you hit the repeat button. Two revered groups merge forces for the first time and yield a pulverizing hip-hop moment. From the goofy concept to the way the beat is tailor-made to suit each artist, "Int'l Players Anthem" is flawless.
It doesn't matter if you're a backpacker, a purist, or a southern rap aficionado, this is one anthem you won't forget anytime soon. They couldn't have foreseen the emergence of Vuvuzelas or Octomom's prominence, but they had everything else covered on "B.O.B. (Bombs over Baghdad)" The gulf war, political imbalance, and global warming never sounded so good.
A frenetic drum blast supplies the backdrop while the chorus gets its riveting effect from a group of children now old enough to enlist in the military. OutKast used the eerily prescient "B.O.B." as a missile metaphor to challenge their peers to go hard or go home: "Don't pull the thang out, unless you plan to bang."
*Check out my website* http://coxxx452.wix.com/markoswalt Welcome back to an early video release this week. Will be traveling al day tomorrow so figured might as well start this series earlier than later. This is the official series looking at the Top 50 Most Popular Hip-hop songs of each decade. This list was made by using The songs Billboard Hot 100 success, RATHER then using the Hot hip-hop/R&B chart as that has many skewed rankings and I don't think justifies the songs rank as well.
The songs included are any songs that include Hip-Hop as one of their two main genres. Some songs may be a little more of a Pop style, others may have more of an R&B style, but all songs fall under the categroy of a hip-hop song.
If they did not they were not inlcuded in the list. Any other questions of comments feel free to post below. Next week will be the Top 50 Most Popular Hip-hop Songs of the 00's. Enjoy & Subscribe!
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