What is the saddest rap ever?
This is our round-up of the most depressing rap songs.
- Nas “Dance” (2002)
- Organized Konfusion “Stray Bullet” (1994)
- Cage “Ballad of Worms” (2002)
- Bone Thugs-n-Harmony “Tha Crossroads” (1996)
- Cam’ron “D Rugs” (1998)
- Jedi Mind Tricks f/ R.A. the Rugged Man “Uncommon Valor: A Vietnam Story” (2006)
Which rapper makes love songs?
Top 10 Best Hip-Hop Love Songs
- “Love”—Kendrick Lamar (featuring Zacari)
- “Bound 2”—Kanye West (featuring Charlie Wilson)
- “I’ll Be There for You/You’re All I Need to Get By”—Method Man (featuring Mary J.
- “The Light”—Common.
- “Best I Ever Had”—Drake.
- “I Need Love”—LL Cool J.
- “21 Questions”—50 Cent (featuring Nate Dogg)
Are there any rap songs that talk about love?
Of course, rap has opened up enough to speak of loving someone else. LL Cool J did so in 1984’s “I Need Love,” when he spoke in a fragile voice about being a lonely superstar on the road. That lent itself to parody, though: How does one get so soft after talking so tough on their debut?
Who are some sad love songs to listen to?
In fact, when we asked the Glamour staff to share their favorite sad love songs we received a full list that included everything from crooners like Frank Sinatra to mid-aughts indie rockers Death Cab for Cutie to pop superstars like Taylor Swift and Beyoncé.
Are there any rap songs that are for women?
I’m a woman and I love rap songs. A lot. My entire aptly-titled “Bump & Grind” playlist consists of hyper-sexualized tunes with lyrics so vulgar that they would even cause Lil Wayne to blush.
Are there any love songs in hip hop?
You’re about to be hit with rap lyrics about love and serious emotion disguised with mumbling, swearing, and a heavy dose of “oh shit Mom’s coming turn it down” vibes. These are our picks for 10 hip hop love songs that are surprisingly romantic AF.