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Dec 25, Power remix to "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" gives the original a run for its money. Check out the top 20 Christmas rap songs, in no particular order. 1. Kanye West, Cam'Ron, Jim Jones, Vado, Pusha T, Musiq Soulchild, CyHi Da Prynce, Teyana Taylor and Big Sean, "Christmas in Harlem". Dec 22, Year after year, the holidays are heralded by the dozen or so songs you hear on loop for a month straight. And naturally, musicians have stepped up to the plate, offering their own spin on the Christmas classics to (somewhat) switch it up. But when rappers do the same, it becomes something else entirely. Dec 13, Christmas rap songs are one of the most unique traditions in America because the street life from which they were carved couldn't be more at odds with the hot cocoa-drenched, all-American archetypes many of us have been white-fenced into. Christmas rap often subverts popular holiday customs and.
Dec 5, From Run-D.M.C. to DMX, hip hop artists have been celebrating Dec. 25 for over 30 years. Here's a playlist of the best. Christmas Rap Classics. By Holiday Rappers. • 11 songs. Play on Spotify. 1 . Carol of da Bellz - Ying Yang Twins. 2. Ludacrismas - Ludacris. 3. Santa's Beat Box - Cut Master D.C.. 4. Santa Baby - The Christmas All-Stars, Joseph Simmons, Salt-N-Pepa, Onyx, Snoop Dogg, Diddy , Keith. Dec 4, Yet there seems to be a paucity. It can be hard to a find hip-hop Christmas songs and even more difficult to find a good one. But never fear; I got you. Just in case you have a need for Christmas hip-hop, I present to you the 10 best hip-hop songs to put you in a festive mood, ranked, because Merry Christmas.
Dec 23, So even if “White Christmas” is the most successful holiday song to date, there's nothing that says any of these following rap songs are incapable of connecting with listeners the same way Mr. Crosby's iconic classic does. Because as life has proven, there is much more to Christmas than just glistening tree. I bought this for the Run DMC song, 'Christmas In Hollis'. Did not grow up listening to a lot of rap. More of a hard rock / heavy metal listener, though I do like a lot of different genres. The other eight tracks didn't really have a christmas sound to them (even ICP used jingle bells for their questionable but funny stuff), but I only.