My Top 10 Explicit Hip-Hop Songs

It started with the browse option on Spotify, which led me to “Get Turnt.” “Get Turnt” changed my life. Or, more accurately, introduced me to some really catchy hip-hop songs and a sh@t ton of new slang terms. Just ask me what “bandz” are. Or what the other meaning of “grillin'” is.

If you’re easily offended, then I guess you shouldn’t listen to these songs. Fair warning: each and every one is explicit with a capital E. And explicitly awesome.

So here goes:

10.) “That’s My Best Friend” by Tokyo Vanity. Favorite line: My bestie’s f’gonna twerk. 


 9.) “Gold Digger” by Kanye West. Favorite line: 18 years, 18 years/ She got one of your kids, got you for 18 years. 

 8.) “My N@gg@” by YG. Best lyric: It was me and my n@gg@, trippin’ on a half a b/ Then we used to hit a mall and buy everything we see. 

 7.) “Come Get Her” by Rae Sremmurd. Favorite line: I’ve been sippin’ on Patrón and wine/ I’m just tryna have a good f@ck@n’ time. 

 6.) “I Get Around” by 2Pac. Best line: And I’ll be there in a jiffy/Don’t be picky, just be happy with this quickie. 


5.) “Ten Crack Commandments” by the Notorious B.I.G. Best lyrics: I’ve been in this game for years, it’s made me an animal/ There’s rules to this sh@t, I wrote me a manual. 

4.) “679” by Fetty Wap. Best rhyme: I’m like, yeah, she’s fine/ Wonder when she’ll be mine/ When she walks past, I press rewind/ To see that a@@ one more time. 

 3.) “Blow the Whistle” by Too $hort. Best rhyme: Your mind is gone/ Your brain is blazed/ You’ve been wide awake for the last 3 days/ Poppin’ pills/ It goes down for real. 

2.) “Don’t Tell ‘Em” by Jeremih. Favorite line: Girl you know I’m from Chicago/ I like the full Bobby Brown with it. 


(and, you’ve been waiting for it…drumroll, drumroll, drumroll…)

1.) “I Don’t F@ck with You” by Big Sean. Best line: I heard you got a new man, I see you takin’ a pic/ Then you post it up, thinking it’s making me sick/ Brr, Brr/ I see you calling, I be makin’ it quick. 

There they are. If you weren’t at least mildly offended by one of these songs, then inundate yourself with Kenny G for a month before listening again. Or try playing “Get Turnt” for your grandma.

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