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He always recognized his greatness before anyone else. When DMX arrived on the scene, it was a scorched earth moment for hip hop. It was a song still knee-deep in the hardcore hip hop genre that came with the kind of hook that turns rappers into superstars.
From that point on, mainstream hip hop had a new top dog and one with a serious bite. The concept of framing hip hop as a woman was pure genius, a technique that would be copied time and time again but never to greater heights. Method Man feat. Method Man had the most star potential out of the Wu-Tang Clan in part because of his softer side. Though, Roxanne Shante certainly holds her own, recording the entire thing in one astonishing take.
The song would prove a landmark for rap music, paving the way for women to become forces on the mic. For years, T. Getty Images for BET. Jay-Z feat. Then you have the scene-stealing guest verses from Pimp C and Bun B that brought the Southern rap pioneers into the mainstream. A handful of years before Dr. The origins of alternative hip hop begin here. But the song and its abstract style caught on. Its off-kilter style would prove a huge influence on future rap acts like Beastie Boys, El-P, Cypress Hill and numerous others, further proving rap had no limitations.
The beat from Jahlil Beats is insane, while Bobby Shmurda drops the kind of lines that invade your brain for weeks. Yet, even if LL Cool J felt like he had nothing to prove at the start of the s, the man came out swinging. It was scorched earth time for LL. What Does It Mean? And Schoolly D did it all with a smooth flow dripped in a swagger that would become the inspiration for the future work of Ice T, Scarface, The D.
You know it. Your mother knows it. Even your grandmother has probably danced to it. During a year that included landmark albums and tracks from the likes of Eric B. Craig Mack feat. But the remix takes things even further. Once The Notorious B. Credit to Timbaland for the bonkers beat that was the talk of the hip hop world in For any other artist, hocking a loogie in the middle of a song might seem like an absurd gesture. The track marks the peak of the early s underground and indie rap.
Junior M. Some would say Junior M. Kim could hold her own with Biggie because she knew him better than anyone else. The Beastie Boys are less the focal point and more a trio of engaging hypemen able to keep the party going. Lauryn was just as good a rapper as she was a singer. The genius of Hill was her ability to merge the genres unlike anyone else. Every great mafioso album needs a great crime caper of a song. The rhymes come in at a rapid pace.
Black Star feat. The two lyricists found themselves in a genre now ruled by materialism. Thus, for six minutes, Talib and Mos, along with Common, push all the bling and shiny suits to the side. But it was more than that. It was hip hop on a higher level. More importantly, Rakim reaches lyrical perfection by combining speed with flare. Diehard MF Doom fans could spend weeks maybe months deciding on his greatest song.
The song is the embodiment of what Doom represented in his adherence to wordplay over everything. Rakim gets a lot of credit for moving rap into its lyrical era. But Big Daddy Kane deserves an equal amount of credit. Kane could go slow or super fast. He finds a middle ground on his signature tune. But how could they know what they had? Both versus feature Lamar rapping in a different tone than he does on the rest of the album.
West Coast to the fullest. Quick, rank the 10 greatest emcees of all time. Good luck with that. Not true. But clearly, he had a lot more to say. Without Ice Cube, N. Game over. Dre beat to end all Dr. Dre beats. Fiddy may have had an endless number of beefs in the early s.
The bulletproof vest he wore was merely a symbol of how unstoppable he was. But Grandmaster Flash had nothing to do with it. The track was very much rooted in the s given its party themes and disco-influenced sound. But it pointed towards a new direction subject matter-wise for hip hop. The result is, perhaps, the most Atlanta song ever comparable to the way New Orleans musicians would transfer the vibe of their city on wax during the s and s.
And no one did that better one than Outkast. Thus, the group stopped performing it. De La Soul Getty Images. Few emcees and producers, if any, were doing something this one-of-a-kind on either coast. The track kicks off from the perspective of the main character B-Rabbit. Eventually, things shift into Eminem rapping from his perspective. Over an epic beat driven by a guitar line, Eminem describes the mentality of an emcee better than anyone ever had.
The troubling child abuse allegations against Afrika Bambaataa rightfully discredit his status as a legend and remove any celebration of his legacy. But N. The jaw-dropping title and slogan remain unfortunately a rallying cry to this day. It also proved they were one of the best. The fact that a hip hop track in could hold its own against the barrage of disco tunes is jaw-dropping in retrospect. It was the moment Jay realized the rap game had reached a new lyrical level.
The rest of us would come to the realization a short time later. But B. Getty Images. Black Sheep may go down as a one-hit-wonder. But that one hit was, arguably, the greatest single achievement of the highly celebrated Native Tongues crew. Warren G feat. It makes a violent mugging and drive-by somehow seem pretty chill. It proves no one, save for Dr. Dre, was better at the G-funk sound than Warren G. And, most importantly, it cements Nate Dogg as the greatest hook man in rap history. Snoop Doggy Dogg and Dr.
Doug E. Two songs impossible to separate in their interplay with each other and their impact on rap music. The A-side of Doug E. Fresh beatboxing. But it became a mainstay on dancefloors in the s, merging elements of disco and the new sound that was hip hop. And you can still feel the allure of the bassline and funky guitar riffs today. But when it comes to singing and rapping out of any region, Bone Thugs wins out. But no rap act was pushing harmonies out of their mouths like Bone.
Think about that for a second, especially in the context that producer Prince Paul was doing all this pre De La Soul brought hip hop there. Genuine love songs in hip hop are hard to come by. So much so that many insist it was the first song of the genre.
Of course, Ice T would reveal he was influenced by Schoolly D more on that in a bit. From the beginning, hip hop was about storytelling. But no one took that more literal than Slick Rick. From a style standpoint, no one ruled over early s hip hop quite like The Diplomats. They found a unique niche in every aspect of the culture. The Just Blaze beat explodes out of your speakers, dripping with swagger and sentiment thanks to its luscious soul sample.
Cam'ron of The Diplomats Getty Images. Eazy-E was never the greatest rapper, but the group knew charisma was everything. The abnormal, yet catchy drumbeat would change the scope of what could be done on a drum machine and, thus, in hip hop. Welcome to the era of SoundCloud rap. The combination of low-fi production and emotive lyrics and themes makes it relatable to a younger generation craving something affective.
Lil Uzi Vert turns into an Alien-like character willing to spill his guts out on a musical masterpiece perfect for the streaming age. The Pharcyde was a West Coast hip hop group that arrived during the peak of gangsta rap. But the members were more comedians than gangsters.
But none of that would have mattered had it not been a song for the ages. He had numerous backers, including Puff Daddy. Jay Electronica Getty Images. Of course, what would a celebration be without the icing on the cake? Following his show-stealing performances on Dr.
And, boy, did he capitalize on it. Anyone familiar with M. The style was just so aggressive. But the hook is the real game-changer. The song was essential in establishing Beastie Boys as characters and the mythology that would stick with them for nearly three decades. Cypress Hill gets a lot of credit for becoming the first Latin hip hop group to make it into the mainstream and rightfully so.
Salt-N-Pepa become the first female rap act to go gold and platinum, the group established a new blueprint for pop rap. Eminem can rap as fast as he wants these days. Tribe Called Quest feat. You can feel it in their exchanges, passing the mic back and forth as if they were kindred spirits. The minimalistic production, style, harder rhymes and storytelling were all game-changers, moving rap out of its ancient ways.
But it was perfect for the statement that needed to be made. That beat. My god. The song comes without many of the bells and whistles the Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo had put forth on their previous hits. But it was the star-making moment for both LL and producer Rick Rubin. This battle between two boroughs was now a war and there was a clear winner. Jay-Z brings the concept and swagger, weaving together a tale with an edgy catchphrase tailor-made for T-shirts.
He was a business, man. Puff Daddy feat. Puff delivers his most iconic verse written by Jadakiss to open things while The Lox does what The Lox does. Rumble with the Bee, indeed. Ice Cube Getty Images. Yet, what may have gotten lost in enjoying all the singles was just how much Missy and her production partner Timbaland were stripping rap back down before building it into something refreshing for a new era.
Geto Boys and other Southern rappers had been lurking in the underground for a few years. When you think about horrorcore, you think of something much more menacing. The production comes first. His words come loaded with emotion and imagery as he tells an emotional story that transports you better days. By most measures, had a song began with so many piano notes in the s, rap fans would immediately turn it off.
But in , West was setting the tone for a different decade in all forms of music. The layered production, which will call progressive rap, is astonishing on multiple levels. No other artist in hip hop could pull this off. In picking himself apart, West becomes even more relatable than he was early in his career. Hip hop was born in New York, but it had taken a hit in the nears leading up to New York rappers were playing catchup.
Enter the Wu-Tang Clan. Wu-Tang Clan had introduced the world to hardcore hip hop that managed to have just enough pop appeal for the masses. When hip hop began, it borrowed a lot from dance music. It makes sense. The beat glides and Rakim delivers a seismic lyrical performance that makes for some great one-liners to be sampled.
English electronic duo Coldcut would create a remix of the song that would turn heads in Europe, making rap a force for the first time overseas. That makes sense. Prodigy of Mobb Deep Getty Images. The South more specifically Atlanta would have a lot to say in hip hop. But no one shaped more trends and delivered more amazing music than Outkast.
But unlike just about every great song in hip-hop history, no one ever attempted to copy it. How could they? Before it, hip hop almost felt like an extension of disco in its unwavering commitment to party jams. And like a fine painting, its value only goes up with age.
Rarely does a politically charged song of this uncompromising become such a universal anthem. After all the pain and heartache, hope remains…God willing. And what made it resonate so much over the years is that going from rags to riches is what hip hop became about in its golden era of the s.
But that soulful feel, combined with B. Dre had toyed with elements of the G-funk sound on N. In the year-old, Dre had the star that could drive his new vehicle and it was one heck of a ride. The greatest producer and lyricist in rap history joining forces on, arguably, the greatest hip hop album of all time. The beat alone is so amazing it might seem daunting for your average emcee.
British singer-songwriter Lianne La Havas would be forgiven for simply coasting on her rich voice and its impossibly slow vibrato. While her earlier releases were sometimes marked by nearly impenetrable abstractions, KiCK i feels just accessible enough to draw listeners into its maelstrom of chaos. Her spare sound palette is in service of an insatiate self-analysis on fame, addiction, and feeling unrooted in life.
As with all must-see serialized dramas, the guest stars are just as impressive as the main cast. Enter Pharrell, reciting a mantra about the circular clutches of modern capitalism in the laconic tone he once used to brag about his Gandalf hat ; enter Zack de la Rocha, erstwhile Rage Against the Machine frontman, incendiary and conspiratorial about wanting to rip those systems apart. Take direction at your own risk, but nobody can doubt their commitment.
Rage can be a powerful force for good when focused, but taming it is often difficult. On one level, the song is about letting loose with the feelings you keep pent up inside. From there, the turns it takes are so quietly strange, and strangely moving, that any further discussion of its lyrics might require a spoiler alert.
Against a spare acoustic guitar backdrop, in his own increasingly fatherly baritone, Bill Callahan tells a faintly supernatural story of parents and children, life and death, and the profound closeness and distance that can coexist between people. A decade ago, the New Orleans native Jay Electronica enchanted with a series of cryptic dispatches, then vanished in a cloud of smoke and British tabloids. This year saw the release of not only his long-lost debut—precipitated by a targeted leak—but also a replacement record, a restart of sorts, which paired him with Jay-Z.
The latter, A Written Testimony , often grapples with the pressure that drove Electronica from the spotlight. Perreo, as a genre, dance, and movement, has always been about power. No man is a whole movement. Not since Fela Kuti has one artist blended the contradictions, agonies, and triumphs of the continent with so much muscle. In , the 45th president all but ruined the word, but now with the end of his reign, pussy can spend the rest of the s reclaiming its identity.
Doja Cat]. Porridge Radio frontwoman Dana Margolin sings as if her insides are aflame, delivering lines with nearly feral bravado. The music illustrates the Sisyphean task of feeling better: Each time it reaches some measure of calm, the noise comes roaring back. The result feels slightly apocalyptic, weirdly funny, and right on time.
Not even in Michigan, the current rap capital of darkly funny shit talking, will you find anyone thinking more unholy thoughts than Packman. Sada Baby]. Steady yet anxious congas, a gentle flute, and bright keys meld into an affectingly soulful plea for a kinder world. The song is a groggy anthem for those days when counting the spots on your ceiling can feel like too much work. The moody bassline delivers a melody to curl up in and brood, while the uptempo beat towards the end is a reminder that even loneliness ends.
The unrelenting drums are a perfect match for the field recordings of glacial melt that Owens sprinkles in for ambience and texture, her shuffling hi-hats pinging across the tundra. Thundercat has Dragon Ball Z tattoos all over his body.
On the track, the L. The goal is out of sight, the means absurd. With the touring industry stalled in , it seemed like every rapper on Earth tried to make up for the loss with their very own digital deluxe reissue, padding out recent albums with extra tracks. For the most part, though, quality lacked. Only one artist made his album better with its deluxe edition: Lil Baby, who added a number of great songs to My Turn.
Baby plays the elder statesman on the quietly menacing track, rapping more ferociously than usual while letting Dugg take the lead. Take chances, live life, and dance as much as possible. Earl Sweatshirt and Maxo have both made their homes in the rain-blurred realm where raps feel like unspoken thoughts, where beats resemble humming machinery a block away—a world of smudged loops, two or three notes long, punctured by diaristic jottings that flash like lightning.
In another year, its layered guitar work and massive drums would have prompted massive pits and reckless stage dives at outdoor music festivals. Hopefully, for Dogleg, that future involves kids doing literal backflips into much bigger crowds. All you can do is bask in the power of Flo Milli shit. She has a rare ability to connect the fragmented images passing by the window to what she feels inside: She shows us funnel clouds dropping from the sky, a slaughterhouse, and a shopping mall, and turns each into a signpost for her own confusion.
As the song builds, despair is tempered by a burst of energy that hints at survival. Pop music loves to memorialize doomed romances and terrible exes; the genre offers considerably less for failed friendships. It serves as the grand finale to an especially intimate folk song, hinting at the virtuosic talent he often keeps behind the scenes.
Set to walls of guitar and synth hooks, his lyrics contain a nod to the music that inspired him as a Black teenager interested in punk and indie, and to the unfulfilling jobs he worked for years to pay the bills before quitting to focus on performing and producing. Not any more than someone who manages to make jeans and a T-shirt look beautiful. And it only takes her a minute.
One thing nine months more or less alone reveals is whom to miss and whom to let go. Always ahead of his time, Shamir wrote an anthem for figuring this out before lockdown; lucky for us, he released it just as the loneliness really set in. In a year defined by dancing on your own, Shamir made it sound like self-actualization. The real magic is the winking humility of the image in the mirror: a woman criticized endlessly for being too rich and too gauche who knows that living well is still the best revenge.
So too will she. Like a gentle river, time passing slowly is better than it not passing at all. Lil Uzi Vert just beamed down in a pair of Balenciaga jeans that cost more than your biweekly paycheck before taxes , and he is ready to rap. But time and time again, his efforts to rendezvous with his digital paramour are interrupted by real-life obstacles, from locked hotel rooms to the awkwardness of online intimacy.
Over beachy guitar riffs and bouncy hand claps, singer-bassist Emily Kempf expresses a desire to detach herself from the limitations of relationships, painting separation as a bittersweet opportunity for growth. The difference between independence and loneliness, Dehd suggest, is your relationship with yourself. Even this stylish opportunist has still got some charisma left.
Lil Durk]. You might consider this as kind of like one of those pop-punk covers of turn-of-the-millennium hits gone spectacularly right. But as the barbed guitar riffs and methodical bass plucks give way to a chorus made for a hot-pink dressing room montage scene played at 1. Tamara Lindeman sketches out a villain—the titular thief, silent and cool—before lifting the veil on larger forces at work: laws, banks, a rotten system that forces people to act in their own self-interest.
By the time "Robber" reaches its urgent climax, Lindeman has transformed a personal reckoning with societal failures into a reflective prompt for the listener. Can you blame yourself for ruthlessness if you were never given a choice? While she luxuriates in the heady, horny stuff of the verses—of perfect symmetry and blown candles—the beat throbs with lockstep control, less feeling love than meaning business.
Bounding along atop a turbo-charged filter-house template, the song gleefully reanimates the ghosts of French touch and harkens back to the days when house producers regularly and rightfully landed in the Top Jazmine Sullivan has a gift for eulogizing relationships that are beyond saving, and even beyond possibility.
The vocal melody encompasses a range you could find under one hand on the piano, just a few notes, while her fingerpicking works its familiar, comforting magic. There were so very few reasons to break out in ecstatic dance this year, but Jayda G offered a sublime exception. Dry, papery beats, synchronized claps, and muffled chit-chat lend the atmosphere of a packed, pulsing nightclub—and the molasses-slow breakdown offers one of the best beat-drop payoffs of the year.
After months of inertia, Jayda G brought the dancefloor to us. Some might find it crass to describe death in the same words as a wiped hard drive, but, well, this is still Grimes. It opens with percussion that sounds like a rapping at the door, a wake-up call. After a raft of heavy breaths, barking dogs, and a pounding-heart bassline that convey the frazzled yet determined energy of finding your footing, the song ends with a twinkling flourish of keys—a playful ta-da underscoring the realization that a broken lock is just the beginning.
Their rich, fluttering harmonies pirouette over trap snares, finger snaps, and wobbling bass, all the while painting a portrait of a perfectly unbothered night out with friends. Meghan Remy wears the perfectionist swagger of American pop like a disguise. Her stylistic shifts might seem willfully evasive, but as she puts it on "4 American Dollars," "It's not personal, it's business.
Girls, which revels in the sounds of hard-fought freedom—gospel, blues, Springsteen—utilizing their easy familiarity as a Trojan horse for materialist critique. Inverting a quote from Martin Luther King Jr. Listen: U. If asked to pinpoint the primary emotional experience of quarantine, you might go with listlessness, or fatigue. But neither quite nails it.
Sophia Allison of Soccer Mommy nailed our constant recursion, atrophy, isolation, gall, and grief back in the early spring. Then it floats back down and alights on these days , the great borderless period of time in which we find ourselves. Following detours into Tony Bennett-style crooning , lightly country-fried rock , and Oscar-winning melodrama , Lady Gaga made her ferocious return to the club with the all-bangers-no-ballads Chromatica.
No tears left to cry? It begins like a faithful car being jump-started to make the last leg of a long trip; a spark of life followed by relief. But it also wears a graceful disguise. On her debut album Stranger in the Alps, Phoebe Bridgers stopped analyzing her dreams. When you are swallowed into the pitch black of your misery, who do you reach for? Eventually, he emerges from the wreckage into a clearing, holding still in the soft glow of the final minutes. The most pristine love, he suggests, is found as a whisper back in the dead of the night.
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