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  1. Listen to The 100 Greatest Hip-Hop Songs of All Time by Rolling Stone on Apple Music. Stream songs including "The Message", "Rapper's Delight" and more.

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    • Run the Jewels – Ooh La La (feat. DJ Premier and Greg Nice) Even in the middle of a pandemic, Run the Jewels knows how to throw one hell of a party. The explosive, energetic hit that is “Ooh La La” has a celebratory creativity, one that makes you wanna drop everything and dance.
    • Busta Rhymes – Look Over Your Shoulder (feat. Kendrick Lamar) Looking back on a legendary career, Busta Rhymes brings out his bars for one more bop. “Look Over Your Shoulder” is a grand, gorgeous song featuring both Busta Rhyme’s and Kendrick Lamar’s tongue-tying talent.
    • Freddie Gibbs & The Alchemist – Something to Rap About (feat. Tyler, the Creator) Freddie Gibbs and Tyler, the Creator don’t even need a topic in order to torch the competition.
    • Westside Gunn & Joey Bada$$ – 327 (feat. Tyler, the Creator & Billie Essco) There’s nobody in the game right now quite like Westside Gunn. Another Griselda great, his sharp, scratchy voice cuts across beats in a weirdly soothing manner, making songs like “327” a simple pleasure to enjoy.
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    • Nas - Illmatic. View at Amazon. Year: 1994. Despite being home to groups like Wu-Tang Clan and A Tribe Called Quest, New York appeared distinctly second best to the sounds emanating from California in 1994.
    • Kendrick Lamar - To Pimp A Butterfly. £17.99. Buy now from Amazon. Kendrick Lamar is up there with the greatest rappers of all time. The speed he can spout his lyrics is unparalleled, as is the clarity with which you hear them.
    • Notorious BIG - Ready To Die. View at Amazon. Year: 1994. It’s a shame that today The Notorious B.I.G. is known as much for his role in the unfortunate East Coast/West Coast rap wars of the mid-Nineties.
    • Dr Dre - The Chronic. View at Amazon. Year: 1992. Not to be outdone by his former protégé Ice Cube, Dr. Dre didn’t take long to release another landmark album by an N.W.A.
    • The Notorious BIG- Ready to Die (1994) Around the years ’87-’88, a young crack dealer named Christopher Wallace began entertaining local passersby by rapping into a beat-up amp on the street corners around Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.
    • Nas- Illmatic (1994) Five months prior to Ready to Die, this 20-year-old Queensbridge native paired with producers Large Professor, DJ Premier, Pete Rock, and Q-Tip and burst onto the scene with what would be his masterpiece.
    • Dr. Dre- The Chronic (1992) Fresh off of his split with supergroup NWA, Dre took it solo and ended up creating perhaps the best produced rap album of all time.
    • Jay-Z – Reasonable Doubt (1996) In 1996, Jay-Z blew audiences away with his debut effort and first release on label Roc-A-Fella records. Sean Carter had been known as “Jazzy”, a nickname that developed into his stage name Jay-Z as an homage to his musical mentor Jaz-O and to the J-Z subway lines that stop by Marcy Avenue.
  4. Dec 05, 2012 · The 50 Greatest Hip-Hop Songs of All Time Jay Z, Eminem, Tupac, Biggie and more By Rolling Stone Getty (3) Looking for the full list of the 100 greatest hip-hop songs of all time? Check it out...

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