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25 Best Rap Songs, 2010.

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  • Big Pokey, “Keep On Pushin” (freestyle over Bun B’s “Pushin”)
  • Big Remo ft. David Banner, “Wonderbread”
  • Bun B, “Let Em’ Know”
  • Cali Swag District, “Teach Me How To Dougie”
  • Curren$y, “King Kong”
  • DB49 ft. G-Mane, “Can’t See”
  • Diddy-Dirty Money, “Someone To Love Me”
  • The Diplomats, “Salute”
  • Droop-E ft. 1st Place & Work Dirty, “Hungry”
  • E-40, “Back In Business”
  • Fabo, “Put Some Gik”
  • G-Side ft. Chris Lee, “Money In The Sky”
  • Gucci Mane, “Dats My Life”
  • Lil B, “The Age Of Information”
  • Lil Wayne, “I’m Single”
  • Little Brother, “Tigallo For Dolo”
  • Los, “Stand The Rain”
  • Mullyman, “MULLY!”
  • Rich Boy ft. Yelawolf, “Go Crazy”
  • Roscoe Dash ft. Soulja Boy, “All The Way Turnt Up”
  • Soulja Boy, “First Day Of School”
  • ST 2 Lettaz, “It’s Ova” (freestyle over Drake’s “Over”)
  • Starlito, “Tired Of Being Tired”
  • Yelawolf ft. Rittz, “Box Chevy”
  • Z.O.M.E, “Mars Ball”

Written by Brandon

December 24th, 2010 at 4:17 am

Posted in 2010, Lists

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  1. Dig seeing that “Tigallo For Dolo” on your list, they were over looked this year.

    Will J.

    24 Dec 10 at 6:40 am

  2. This list makes me so fucking happy.

    I’m Single, Box Chevy, Tigallo for Dolo, Teach Me How to Dougie have been what i’ve been blasting all year. I don’t know what i’d substract (although there are a bunch of songs on the list i’ve never even heard) but I’d find room for

    Kendrick Lamar – Ignorance is Bliss or SOMETHING off overly dedicated.

    Gucci Mane – Lemonade

    Yelawolf – Daddy’s Lambo

    Waka Flocka – No Hands

    Anyway, thanks for the list and I’m definitely going to dig through the songs I haven’t heard yet.

    Akin

    25 Dec 10 at 5:54 am

  3. Will J.-
    That LB album was pretty slept on, which is a shame. Could’ve added “Revenge” and “24″ off ‘Leftback’ to this list too..

    Akin-
    Tried to do a one rapper/group rule, though G-Side and ST made it separately. “Lemonade” and “No Hands” (along with “Dougie” and “Turnt Up”) were songs it was just always exciting to hear out in public on the radio or in a bar or out of someone’s car.

    Yela, I could’ve added, “Billy Crystal,” “That’s What We On Now” and “Looking For Alien Love” and “Love Is Not Enough,” ha…

    Brandon

    25 Dec 10 at 5:37 pm

  4. I find your lack of Juiceman disturbing

    Marcus

    26 Dec 10 at 3:38 am

  5. I wish my local radio played “I’m Single” more, because I forgot about No Ceilings a while ago, and I know that is has been played more on northern stations. In place of the Juiceman, I am more surprised by the lack of Kanye.

    AAAAAAHHHHHHH

    26 Dec 10 at 2:45 pm

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