Top 10 Rap Songs With Terrible PremisesAs rap evolved from the lowest of the low, it's surprising to see that it was actually the most popular genre of the 2000s. Fueled by albums like 'The Marshall Mathers LP' and 'Graduation', rap deserved it's spot as the most popular genre of the 2000s.
But it lost quality greatly within the decade. With albums like 'Souljaboytellem(dot)com' and 'Encore', it's safe to say that they're trash compared to 'Illmatic' and 'The Chronic'. And the decline in quality is still going on.
Today, we are going to be taking a look at rap songs with the absolute worst premises.
If these songs have terrible premises they should just vacate them. HAW!
This is definitely the male version of Stupid Hoe, the worst rap song ever made. FCAK is abysmal. -3/5. Ohh...this is not Eminem.
Tyga, in this song, is BRAGGING about his "destruction" of Kylie Jenner, who was just under the age of consent in California when this song was released.
Tyga is a pedophile. Or was, since Kylie is of consent now.
Doesn't make what he did correct, however.
The premise of this song is Eminem dissing Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog. Here's the worst part about it, however.
TRIUMPH IS A PUPPET.
It's just so pathetic to see someone like Eminem stooping to the level as to need to insult an inanimate object. Combined with the disgusting lyrics and annoying accent; this is my least favorite Eminem song.
Not to mention a lyric involving Eminem perving on Hillary Duff (who was 16 years old when this song was written).
This counts cause Tyga's in it.
This song is literally about not knowing. Barring Rick Ross' date-rape line, it's an incredibly boring concept to begin with, and a boring song in hindsight.
As much as I respect Weezy, I cannot like this song's premise. It's essentially about Lil Wayne claiming that a woman wants to lick his "lollipop".
People need to stop with these stupid ass dance move songs. Like seriously, the least you can do is make a better rhythm for the song and some decent lyrics but come on what the hell is the problem? Maybe some taste in dance moves, but in creating good music, no.
This is a clone of Crank That. Except Crank That has more class than this piece of trash.
I love how this song is about not flexing when all they do is flex throughout the entire song. The premise is boring on its own, but they contradict it so bad.
This song doesn't even have a premise. They keep changing what it's about over and over and over again.
Even though I don't think this song is terrible, it's not good.
The premise, however, is about Eminem claiming his stepfather molested him as a child.
... why? Just why?
"These ho's ain't loyal."