Top 100 - The Worst Rap Songs Of 2017 - Urban-Vibes.co.uk
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Worst Hip-Hop Songs 2017 / Worst Rap Songs 2017 / Best Hip-Hop songs 2017
Picking the worst songs of the year is serious business. It’s like I always say: Saying something is the best is a matter of opinion, but declaring something the worst requires evidence. You can’t just go with the songs that you’re sick of hearing or find mildly irritating. You must dig through all the garbage released in a given year and determine what is demonstrably terrible. These songs must clear rooms, ruin days, and cause physical discomfort. And it takes hard work, patience, fortitude, and partial deafness to help withstand the steady onslaught of bad you must endure to find those songs.
But I’ve done it! These are the worst songs of 2017, ranked in order from infuriatingly insipid to awful ear-poisoning.
2017 also introduced us to Lil Pump, who recently broke the record for shortest song on the Billboard Top 10 with his single "Gucci Gang." The song went on to peak at No. 3, which is fairly impressive considering its short duration. Shortly before Pump came Ski Mask The Slump God, 2017 XXL Freshman XXXTentacion and Trippie Redd, all of who have become viral hip-hop sensations over the past year for their crafty, unhinged lyrics and visually appealing, somewhat eerie videos. Millions drew to them, and still do; others are not as impressed.
For those not riding the new wave, rap front runners JAY-Z and Kendrick Lamar came through in the clutch with their deliveries of 4:44 and DAMN., respectively. The albums provided lyrical heat and production hip-hop fans, old and new, can appreciate for decades on end. Their new albums were given over a handful of nominations for the 2018 Grammy Awards, with JAY-Z's project up for Album of the Year.
Then, of course, 2017 is the year Cardi B rose from Love & Hip Hop fame to No. 1 on the Billboard charts for her catchy summer banger "Bodak Yellow." Everyone from Janet Jackson to middle school teachers have pledged their allegiance to Bardi Gang, proving the Bronx rapper is a force to be reckoned with.
Hip-hop has been vastly acknowledged this year from all corners of the entertainment industry. Between that and the number of hits released from acts like Migos, DJ Khaled and A$AP Ferg, rap has become the most consumed genre in the U.S.
We've Milly Rocked in New York with Playboi Carti, created our own renditions of Future's "Mask Off" instrumental and counted millions with 21 Savage all year long.
Behold: Top 100 - The Worst Hip-Hop Songs Of 2017
Artists mentioned in this video: Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, Drake, Quality Control, Quavo, Migos, Lil Yachty, Lil U. Vert, Lanze, Dj Khaled, Chance The Rapper, French Montana, Playboi Carti, Ayo & Teo, Post Malone, 21 Savage, Kodak Black, IceJJFish, Raw Dizzy, Yo Gotti, Cardi B, Fetty Wap, Famous Dex, Kap G, 2Chainz, TY Dolla $ign, Trey Songz, Young Thug, Future, Chris Brown, Y2DA, Lil Durk, Troy Ave, Macklemore, Trinidad James, Young M.A, Rileydatboss, Jose Guapo, Youngboy, Baka Not Ice, Gucci Mane, Lonzo Ball, Marshmello, Lil Skies, Landon Cube, Lil Xan, PNB Rock, A Boogie With Da Hoodie, Rich The Kid, Swae Lee, Nipsey Hustle, Plies, Logan Paul, Ricegum, G-Eazy, A$AP Rocky, Juicy J, Belly, Smokepurpp, Souljah Boy, YBN Nahmir, Lil Jon, Future, Trippie Redd, Gudda Gudda, Hoodybaby, MadeInTYO, SCARLXRD, $.Boy$, Jake Paul, Forever Anti Pop, Chris King, Kyle, 6ix9ine, Rae Sremmurd, Bebe Rexha, Iggy Azalea, Lil Debbie, V-Nasty, Kyyngg, Lil Pump
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