Top Ten Songs with the Word "Boss" in the TitleMartin_Canine If you are wondering why Kollegah seems to be the dominating artist on the list... 'cause he's the boss.
The Top Ten
The big showdown between Tenacious D and the Satan is not only really funny ("we've been through so much sh t / Deactivated lasers with my d ck"), it also musically stands out of their discography, having a very powerful ending part. - Martin_Canine
"Bossaura" is probably the most complexly rhymed of all Kollegah's songs, and is one of the most famous examples of his lyrical and technical skills. Kollegah constantly raps throughout the 6 minute duration without any chorus. The album "Bossaura" is his weakest of all, but ironically the title track is one of his greatest songs. - Martin_Canine
I never got why Favorite and Kollegah work together so well. Favorite is crass, loud and deranged, he's the "Harlequin". Kollegah is laid back, menacing and thuggish, he's the "Boss". Now thinking about it they are a bit like the villains in the buddy comedy "Nothing to Lose". One ruthlessly punching the living hell out of a victim, the other one laughing manically at this and jokes around. - Martin_Canine
Next to "Kuck auf die Goldkette", this is Kollegah's best known song, something like a signature song. It has a poppy rap-along chorus, an easily recognizable beat and Kollegah delivers some of his most megalomanic lines on here. - Martin_Canine
"You want to be a (n-word)? It doesn't take much / Just a flamethrower and you look just like Seal"
-Favorite, 2007 - Martin_Canine
What is very interesting is that Kollegah uses an ABAB rhyme structure, which is very unusual in the hip hop genre. I just feel the beat with sentimental strings was more suited for one of his handful of deeper tracks, instead of a brag rap song. - Martin_Canine
This song is a style parody of Kollegah. What, you expected a song with the word "Boss" in the title not to be in any way related to Kollegah?
Julien copied Kollegah's flow, rhyme structure and word play (the beat resembles that of "Rotlichtmassaker"), but instead of bragging about being a masculine pimp, he brags about being a feminine make up artist. It's very funny when you know Kollegah's style very well, and the parody has many references to Kollegah songs. - Martin_Canine
They usually aren't exactly my humor, but one thing I almost always find funny is when you act all tough and butch by bragging about ridiculous crap. - Martin_Canine
I have no idea what happened to Kollegah's voice during the mixing and mastering, but what I can say that it is much fun hearing the Boss rap over such a trashy eurodance-ish beat. - Martin_Canine
"Alphagene" is one of Kollegah's most acclaimed albums and if it was only about his rapping I couldn't agree more, but gosh, those beats are... underwhelming. - Martin_Canine