Gotta have the beat when you’re behind the wheel, right? Especially if you’re road trippin’ with your posse. What up!?
Ok, some people might consider us kinda square. But we know one thing for sure: this beat-heavy musical genre is totally crack when it’s knocking through the sound system of a vehicle from Mullinax Ford.
So crank up the bass and check out this playlist:
In Da Club – 50 Cent
A hip hop classic with a monster beat, this single was 50 Cent’s breakout hit from his debut studio album. No wonder you can find him in the club, bottle full of bub'.
Gold Digger – Kanye West ft. Jamie Foxx
A bouncy pop-rap about the complications of modern relationships. She may not be a gold digger but watch out if she’s spending your child support money on liposuction. Just sayin’.
Empire State of Mind – Jay-Z ft. Alicia Keys
A generation’s anthem to New York. The city might be a gritty concrete jungle, but it’s where lights are bright and dreams are made.
Bodak Yellow – Cardi B
The first song by a female rapper to go diamond. In this minimal yet catchy rap, Cardi chronicles how she rose from exotic dancer to star. Can’t argue with that.
Lose Yourself – Eminem
You might remember this pounding, aggressive track from the movie 8 Mile, about a rapper’s fight to gain respect. Lose yourself in the music. You only get one shot. Don’t blow it.
All of the Lights – Kanye West ft. Rihanna
Lyrics about hardship and troubles at home are universal on their own and also as a metaphor for the artist’s celebration of – and struggles with – fame. Talk about a perfect song for driving at night.
DNA – Kendrick Lamar
Loyalty, royalty, poison, power, pain. Assuming you can keep up with the intricate, fast-paced lyrics on this one, make sure you aren’t tapping too heavy on the accelerator.
Blessings – Chance The Rapper ft. Ty Dolla $ign, Raury & BJ The Chicago Kid
Proof that rap/hip hop can exist harmoniously with spiritual themes. The praises go up and the blessings come down as Chance reflects on the connection between devotion, divine favor, success and happiness.
Jumpman – Drake and Future
Makes you wanna move. Maybe play this on your way to the club. Woo! Them boys up to something.
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