The 90s was the golden age for hip hop music and an incredible era for the rappers to introduce their excellent work to everyone in the world. We bring you the top 5 best hip hop songs from the 90s by some incredible artists!
1. California Love by 2Pac
This song was released in the year 1995 right after Tupac was released from jail. California Love is a celebration of everything about California with the groovy tune and 2Pac’s mesmerizing vocal.
Out on bail, fresh out of jail, California dreaming
Soon as I step on the scene, I’m hearing hoochies screaming
Fiending for money and alcohol
The life of a Westside player where cowards die and the strong ball
2. Gin and Juice by Snoop Dogg
This song by Snoop Dogg received a Grammy nomination, and it was this song that rose Snoop to fame. Gin and Juice see him in a happy zone of a party around weed, women, and booze.
May I, kick a little something for the G’s
And, make a few ends as I breeze, through
Two in the morning and the party’s still jumping
‘Cause my momma ain’t home
3. Hypnotize by The Notorious Big
It’s a song featuring the galore of talent of The Notorious Big. To date, it’s been loved and played by people at parties all across the globe.
Biggie Biggie Biggie can’t you see
Sometimes your words just hypnotize me
And I just love your flashy ways
Guess that’s why they broke, and you’re so paid (uh)
Biggie Biggie Biggie (uh-huh) can’t you see (uh)
Sometimes your words just hypnotize me (hip to)
4. In Da Club by 50 Cent
One of the best rap song out there by 50 Cent which hits Number One after it’s debut. 50 Cent is an absolute rockstar with his genius music.
Go shorty, it’s your birthday
We gon’ party like it’s your birthday
And we gon’ sip Bacardi like it’s your birthday
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5. Rebirth of Slick by Digable Planets
A mesmerize and soulful rap song with a touch of jazz which proved that rap song could be laidback and lo-fi music also. This song earned a Grammy as well.
We like the breeze flow straight out of our lids
Then they got moved by these hard-rock Brooklyn kids
Us floor rush when the DJ’s booming classics
You, dig the crew on the fattest hip-hop records
He touch the kinks and sinks into the sounds
She frequents the fattest joints caught underground