Spotify reveals top 50 iconic hip-hop beats.

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Spotify reveals top 50 iconic hip-hop beats

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  • Dr. Dre

  • American artist, recording producer, entrepreneur and businessman

Dr Dre Mobb Deep and The Clipse are the top three artists on Spotify’s top 3.

Spotify has released a list which they think are the 50 most popular hip-hop songs ever recorded in honour of the 50th anniversary of the celebration for the music genre created in the Bronx to be commemorated later in the year.

The list contains several of the best and most famous hip-hop hits of all time and songs from various periods and eras. The track with the highest popularity in the list, according to posts on social media through RapCaviar, the most famous beat is Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg’s “Still D.R.E.” Mobb Deep’s “Shook Ones Pt. II” is ranked number one. 2. At the same time, “The Clipse’s “Grindin'” is in the third position.

In the top 10 are Other top 10 tracks include”The Notorious B.I.G.’s “Who Did You Shot Ya”,” Lil Wayne’s “A Milli,” Kanye West’s “Power,” Puff Daddy’s “It’s All About the Benjamins (Remix),” Mike Jones’ “Still Trippin’,” Travis Scott and Drake’s “SICKO MODE” and Ms. Elliott’s “Get Your Freak On.”


The editorial team at Spotify created and updated the playlist. Its quality was a factor in the playlist’s choices and their sequencing, as well as the worth of replay, production value influence, and overall influence. The playlist will continue to be released by releasing hip-hop playlists through August. 11th, the anniversary of the birth of hip-hop.

Spotify reveals top 50 iconic hip-hop beats.
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Spotify’s 50 Greatest Hip-Hop Beats All Time complete list:

  1. Still Dre” – Dr. Dre (featuring Snoop Dogg_

  2. Shook Ones, Pt. II” – Mobb Deep

  3. Grindin‘” – The Clipse

  4. Who Shot Ya?” – The Notorious B.I.G

  5. A Milli” – Lil Wayne

  6. Power” – Kanye West

  7. It’s All About the Benjamins (Remix)” – Puff Daddy & The Family

  8. Still Tippin‘” – Mike Jones (featuring Paul Wall and Slim Thug)

  9. SICKO MODE” – Travis Scott (featuring Drake)

  10. Get Ur Freak On” – Missy Elliott

  11. C.R.E.A.M.” – Wu-Tang Clan

  12. Nuthin’ B a ‘G’ Thang” – Dr. Dre (featuring Snoop Dogg)

  13. The Message” – Grandmaster Flash & The Furious 5

  14. N***** in Paris” Jay-Z and Kanye West

  15. We Gonna Make It” – Jadakiss (featuring Styles P)

  16. Throw Some D’s” – Rich Boy (featuring Polow da Don)

  17. Big Pimpin’” – Jay-Z (featuring UGK)

  18. The Choice Is Yours (Revisited) – Black Sheep

  19. Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See” – Busta Rhymes

  20. I Got 5 On It” – The Luniz (featuring Michael Marshall)

  21. Flava In Ya Ear” – Craig Mark

  22. Dipset Anthem” – The Diplomats

  23. They Reminisce Over You” – Pete Rock & CL Smooth

  24. Some Cut” – Trillville

  25. Luchini AKA This Is it” – Camp Lo

  26. NY State of Mind” – Nas

  27. Runnin’” – The Pharcyde

  28. Liquid Swords” – GZA

  29. Dreams and Nightmares” – Meek Mill

  30. Knuck If You Buck” – Crime Mob (featuring Lil Scrappy)

  31. Ambitionz Az A Ridah” – 2Pac

  32. Children’s Story” – Slick Rick

  33. Mass Appeal” – Gang Starr

  34. Mask Off” – Future

  35. B.M.F. (Blowin Money Fast) – Rick Ross (featuring Styles P)

  36. Ruff Ryders’ Anthem” – DMX

  37. Electric Relaxation” – A Tribe Called Quest

  38. Whoa” – Black Rob

  39. I’m Bout It, Bout It” – TRU

  40. March Madness” – Future

  41. My Hitta” – YG (featuring Jeezy and Rich Homie Quan)

  42. Ha” – Juvenile

  43. m.A.A.d city” Kendrick Lamar (featuring MC Eiht)

  44. They Know (Dey Know)” – Shawty Lo

  45. Down 4 My N****z” C-Murder (featuring Magic and Snoop Dogg)

  46. Cell Therapy” – Goodie Mob

  47. 93’ Til Infinity” – Souls of Mischief

  48. Paid In Full” – Eric B and Rakim (featuring Marley Marl_

  49. Ridin Spinners” – Three 6 Mafia (featuring Lil’ Flip)

  50. I Don’t Like” – Chief Keef ft. Lil Reese

The article delves into Spotify’s list of the 50 most influential hip-hop tracks, celebrating the genre’s 50th anniversary. Dr. Dre, Mobb Deep, and The Clipse top the charts with “Still D.R.E.,” “Shook Ones Pt. II,” and “Grindin'”, respectively. Spotify’s editorial team crafted the playlist based on production, influence, and replay value. This commemorative playlist honours hip-hop’s legacy, offering a diverse and iconic collection of beats that shaped the genre’s evolution.

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