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Rolling Stone's 50 Greatest Hip-Hop Songs Of All Time

"Editor's note: To make this list, Rolling Stone asked 33 artists and experts – from Rick Rubin to Busta Rhymes – to choose their favorite hip-hop tracks, then crunched the numbers"

1. The Message – Grandmaster Flash, 1982
2. Rappers Delight – The Sugarhill Gang, 1979
3. Planet Rock – Afrika Bambaataa & The Soul Sonic Force, 1982
4. Sucker M.C’s – Run-D.M.C, 1982
5. Mind Playing Tricks On Me – Geto Boys, 1991
6. Nuthin’ But a ‘G’ Thang – Dre.Dre & Snoop Dogg, 1992
7. Fight The Power – Public Enemy, 1990
8. Juicy – Notorious B.I.G, 1994
9. Straight Outta Compton – N.W.A, 1988
10. Paid In Full – Eric B & Rakim, 1987
11. C.R.E.A.M – Wu Tang Clan, 1993
12. They Reminisce Over You (T.R.O.Y) – Pete Rock and C.L Smooth, 1992
13. La Di Da Di – Doug E. Fresh and the Get Fresh Crew, 1985
14. Rebel Without A Pause – Public Enemy, 1988
15. Fuck Tha Police – N.W.A, 1988
16. Big Pimpin’ – Jay-Z, 1999
17. Peter Piper – Run D.M.C, 1986
18. Dear Mama – Tupac, 1995
19. Paul Revere – Beastie Boys, 1986
20. In Da Club – 50 Cent, 2003
21. Rock The Bells – LL Cool J, 1985
22. Strictly Business – EPMD, 1988
23. I Know You Got Soul – Eric B. and Rakim, 1987
24. It Takes Two – Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock, 1988
25. Ain’t No Half Steppin’ – Big Daddy Kane, 1988
26. Scenario – A Tribe Called Quest, 1991
27. Flava in Ya Ear (Remix) – Craig Mack, Rampage, the Notorious B.I.G., LL Cool J, Busta Rhymes, 1994
28. Lose Yourself – Eminem, 2002
29. Mama Said Knock You Out – LL Cool J, 1990
30. Hypnotize – Notorious B.I.G., 1997
31. N.Y. State Of Mind – Nas, 1994
32. Jesus Walks – Kanye West, 2004
33. 99 Problems – Jay-Z, 2003
34. P.S.K. What Does It Mean? – Schoolly D, 1985
35. Shook Ones Part II – Mobb Deep, 1995
36. Rosa Parks – Outkast, 1998
37. It Was A Good Day – Ice Cube, 1992
38. Get Ur Freak On – Missy Elliot, 2001
39. My Name Is – Eminem, 1999
40. The Breaks – Kurtis Blow, 1980
41. California Love – Tupac and Dr.Dre, 1995
42. South Bronx – Boogie Down Productions, 1987
43. Top Billin’ – Audio Two, 1988
44. Me, Myself and I – De La Soul, 1989
45. Lost Ones – Lauryn Hill, 1988
46. Push It – Salt-N-Pepa, 1986
47. That’s the Joint – Funk 4+1, 1980
48. The Symphony – Marley Marl, 1988
49. Adventures of Grandmaster Flash on the Wheels Of Steel – Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, 1981
50. B.O.B – Outkast, 2000

http://www.rollingstone.com/music/li...-time-20121205


























 

December 2012 issues.


I created a playlist on Spotify some weeks ago. http://open.spotify.com/user/1129291...LfhAEOGVxNjtig

they could've listed the best hip hop tracks from each decade instead. rap is not like rock n roll which can be compared over decades. fans are typically fickle and hip hop relys heavly on technological changes to remain always relivant.

but i have to say if they did, then "Rebel Without a Pause" should be no.1 of the 80's. that track slays even today. throw in some passages from "Terminator X" and you got a winner. ooh, what about "Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos"?

haven't been into hip hop for some time now( like the past five months or so) butt, that list sucks. why do they always have to be well-known singles?

i know Geto Boys, Wu tang and Outkast have all got better tracks then that. jeez.

rolling stone....lol. can't live with it and can't live without it.
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