Best Rap Songs

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421 The 4th Branch - Immortal Technique

Best example of powerful lyrics introduced with a great flow.

422 Sure Shot - Beastie Boys
423 Go Get It - T.I.

I like should have posted the lyrics

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424 Furthest Thing - Drake
425 Epic - Faith No More V 1 Comment
426 Same Drugs - Chance the Rapper
427 All My Life - Blade Icewood

Some of the best Detroit rap you will ever listen to! Blade Icewood (Darnell Quincy Lindsay, March 14, 1977 - April 19, 2005) loving memory .... this man was bout to blow up in this industry . . . Icewood and The street Lordz' - A platinum masterpiece including Juvenile, Beanie Sigel and Baby aka Birdman . . . the original Cheddar Boyz! Icewood would have topped charts all over the country if he could have proceeded his rap career! Your crazy if you don't like this mans work!!!

428 Growing Pains (Do It Again Remix) - Ludacris ft. Scarface
429 It's Alive - Tech N9ne

Very underrated song and started a lot of kids loving hip-hop. Great lyrics and definitely not conforming to mainstream

430 Don't Waste Your Life - Lecrae

Should be ranked higher

Game changer right here.

431 My Life - 50 Cent V 1 Comment
432 See You Again - Wiz Khalifia

This should at least be at number 11.

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433 A Little More Love - Machine Gun Kelly
434 Unforgivable Youth - Lupe Fiasco
435 So Far... - Eminem
436 Doo Wop (that Thing) - Lauryn Hill
437 I'm on a Boat - The Lonely Island V 1 Comment
438 Let Me Blow Ya Mind - Eve

Huh? Really? This song is ion the same list w the message? Can anybody put a song on this list? How does this work? B/c I have a couple of serious suggestions because old school rap is considered the "golden era" for a reason It was a high-traffic era of new and ground- breaking sounds. The artists were so creative and very few of them sounded alike. It was a time of some immaturity too b/cog that west coast-east coast battling which allowed for a lot of artists from other parts of the country being ignored. There was one group who really did brak the mold and step out into the spotlight...bone thugs n harmony made their own lane in era. They were the first rap group to win a Grammy although fresh prince won one before but it's a debate whether fresh prince was a group. I don't know. Anyway. Much love to bone and black sheep!

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439 The Bridge is Over - Boogie Down Production
440 Deepthroat - Cupcakke
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