They say it’s ok if you aren’t a dancer as long as it’s hip-hop music. Because hip-hop dance doesn’t require choreographed moves. You can just let your body loose and groove on the beats. While it’s a challenge to memorise the lyrics of a hip-hop song, it’s the music which becomes addictive. Let’s look at some of the songs which will make sway:
The video of the song is primarily black and white. This song is about glamorising the city of New York, with Jay-Z and Alicia Keys seen performing at different locations in New York.
Snoop Dogg was already an established name in the international music industry. But it was his debut in Bollywood with Singh is Kinng that won him a pan India appeal.
If you thought a hip-hop song couldn’t be emotional, well you are in for a surprise. The song was well-received for its lyrical and production value. This song was part of Drake’s second studio album, Take Care.
This song cements Eminem’s reputation as a legend in the hip hop circuit. After all, Lose Yourself was the first hip-hop song to ever win a Grammy for Best Original Song in 2003.
Tupac was considered one of the greatest rappers of all time. Changes was released after Tupac was shot dead in 1996. An interesting fact about this song was that the last verse of the song refers to Tupac’s premonition about being shot to death. Goosebumps, right?