Hot Rap Songs can also be known as Hot Rap Tracks and Hot Rap Singles. It is released weekly in the United States by Billboard. In the earlier time, rap was exploded on to the American music scene. The musicians of West Africa were telling their stories rhythmically, with the beat of a drum for accompaniment. Initially Rap songs were played only for the pain, miseries and frustration suffered by the people. There is no denying fact that Africans and African-Americans have been wronged through time. Rapping music first gained popularity in the U.S. in the 1970s. It was a kind of street art, especially among African American youngsters.

Top 10 Rap Songs 2016

Rapping involves the speaking or chanting of rhyming lyrics, often set to a beat. Rap songs is considered as the most sophisticated styles of poetry. The rhyming created by rappers often tackles with the challenging subjects such as sex, violence and socio-political issues of a society.

Top 10 Hot Rap Songs 2016 List

  1. Panda by Desiigner
  2. Too Good by Drake ft. Rihanna
  3. One Dance by Drake ft. Wizkid & Kyla
  4. Wicked by Future
  5. One Night by Lil Yachty
  6. Don’t Mind by Kent Jones
  7. Watch Me by Silento
  8. For Free by DJ Khaled ft. Drake
  9. Broccoli by D.R.A.M. ft. Lil Yachty
  10. Uber Everywhere by Madein TYO

Rap music is explained as food for the soul. Well, the meaning of Rap is different to different people and is considered as a particular lifestyle. The beauty of rap songs is the fact of relating oneself with the society. Rap music sounds aggressive and based on the miserable circumstances. Well, it is fact that music inspires people and gives light in their troubled period. Similarly, rapping about champagne, cars and partying is very much in trend. In this case rap songs creates feel-good factor.

Best Rap Songs – New Rap Music 2016

  • Pop Style by Drake ft. The Throne
  • Look Alive by Rae Sremmurd
  • Feeling Myself by Nicki Minaj ft. Beyonce
  • L.A.LOVE (LA LA) by Fergie
  • The Matrimony by Wale ft. Usher
  • 2 Phones by Kevin Gates
  • Hot Boy by Bobby Shmurda
  • I’m the Man by 50 Cent ft. Chris Brown
  • Money Longer by Lil Uzi Vert
  • Holy Key by DJ Khaled ft. Kendrick Lamar & Big Sean
  • Really Really by Kevin Gates
  • THat Part by ScHoolboy Q ft. Kanye West
  • Be Real by Kid Ink ft. DeJ Loaf
  • Sexy Can I by Ray J ft. Yung Berg
  • Beg for it by Iggy Azalea ft. M0
  • Wake Up by Fetty Wap
  • Truffle Butter by Nicki Minaj ft. Lil Wayne
  • Time to our Lives by Pitbull & Ne-Yo
  • My PYT by Wale
  • No Shopping by French Montana ft. Drake
  • All Eyes on you by Meek Mill ft. Chris Brown
  • Famous by Kanye West
  • Caroline by Amine
  • Apparently by J. Cole
  • Back On Road by Gucci Mane & Drake
  • Go Flex by Post Malone

By the 1990s, rap matured from an old-school-style to the new school style, i.e. it is transformed from the relatively simple lyrics to a louder music with more complex lyrics. We have obtained that there has been a huge transition of rap music to hip-hop. However, rap music has always depicted and expressed the circumstances facing different societies. Therefore Rap Songs is a great way of speaking up against the wrong things that are prevailing in our society.

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