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Popular female rap songs 2015

After riding a tumultuous conceptual downturn in , hip-hop rediscovered and redefined its creative headspace. With now in our rearview mirror, let's look back and reflect on the year's best rap songs. So forgive him for getting carried away on the jubilant "All I Know. The reward for hustlin' hard every day? Skepta is a pivotal player in the UK's grime scene. Idris Elba is a natural badman. Put the two together and you get an epic combo. Warm and fuzzy, yes. And not a single drum loop out of place. Staples shows confidence next to a veteran technician.
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Dot's "Alright" or the turn-up "March Madness". No one would accuse "Flex" of being a lyrical marvel, but Quan's upbeat crooning on the hook made this song a playlist staple over the summer, effortlessly rising to No. Any civilian on their worst behavior got down to the pill-popping and blowing-money-fast record, which recently went platinum. Big Sean , "Blessings" featuring Drake One of Drake's continuous achievements is his effortless ability to coin new cultural catchphrases with almost every song he releases. With braggadocious bars and CN Tower-sized confidence, Drake is never not working on excellence, especially as the man of his city, and perhaps, the whole rap game. Drake's self-reflection even landed punk and instrumental covers from Toronto rock group Dilly Dally and the Toronto Symphony, obviously by-products of hashtag winning. Future, "March Madness" There is a duality in Future's existence that is both blindly self-destructive and fully self-aware, a sense of glamour and despair, simultaneously victorious and ruinous. He tends to stand at the top of the Atlanta hip-hop food chain while conversing with the devil and celebrating and damning his achievements and what they've done to him. We gon' be alright. Dot captured from the frontlines with "Alright.

Cardi B is also the first female rapper to rule the Hot at all since Iggy Azalea, whose own debut hit "Fancy," featuring Charli XCX, reigned for seven weeks in To celebrate Cardi B's achievement, we've ranked the all-time top 25 Hot rap hits by female artists in lead roles. Our list takes us through the progression of the genre, featuring hits from the '80s, '90s, '00s and '10s, going as far back as Salt-N-Pepa's breakthrough in Also notable: "Bodak Yellow" is already a strong enough chart performer to make the all-time tally. Here are the top 25 biggest rap songs by female artists in the Hot 's history, from No. Fyne feat. Chill, No. Ludacris, No. Gwen Stefani, No. Songs are ranked based on an inverse point system, with weeks at No.

Dot's "Alright" or the turn-up "March Madness". No one would accuse "Flex" of being a lyrical marvel, but Quan's upbeat crooning on the hook made this song a playlist staple over the summer, effortlessly rising to No. Any civilian on their worst behavior got down to the pill-popping and blowing-money-fast record, which recently went platinum. Big Sean , "Blessings" featuring Drake One of Drake's continuous achievements is his effortless ability to coin new cultural catchphrases with almost every song he releases.

With braggadocious bars and CN Tower-sized confidence, Drake is never not working on excellence, especially as the man of his city, and perhaps, the whole rap game. Drake's self-reflection even landed punk and instrumental covers from Toronto rock group Dilly Dally and the Toronto Symphony, obviously by-products of hashtag winning.

Future, "March Madness" There is a duality in Future's existence that is both blindly self-destructive and fully self-aware, a sense of glamour and despair, simultaneously victorious and ruinous. He tends to stand at the top of the Atlanta hip-hop food chain while conversing with the devil and celebrating and damning his achievements and what they've done to him. We gon' be alright. Dot captured from the frontlines with "Alright. The Biz premium subscriber content has moved to Billboard.

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