10 Best Hip Hop Club Songs
If you're looking to find the 10 best hip hop club songs, then look no further than these ten jammin' selections. The following 10 hip hop club songs pack all the punch and ear candy the club scene could ask for. We have hip hop legends like Tupac Shakur, Foxy Brown, Jay-Z, Ciara, Will Smith, LL Cool J, and Aaliyah, just to name a few, to thank for these wonderful classics that still hold up today, sounding just as good as back when they were originally released.
- "All About U" by 2Pac featuring Nate Dogg, Dru Down, and Outlawz. Released off of one of the greatest hip hop albums in music history, "All Eyez On Me," Tupac Shakur's "All About U" samples Cameo's "Juicy Fruit," giving us a new spin on the popular sample. Tupac proves he's got what it takes to set the club scene off with this song.
- "1, 2 Step" by Ciara featuring Missy Elliott. This hot hip hop club commodity, Ciara's "1, 2 Step" with Missy Elliott, is an electrifying throwback to the 1980s era of electro music production from which it was heavily inspired by. Ciara describes the rhythm of the song while demanding club-goers to gather on the dance floor.
- "Been Around The World (Bad Boy Remix)" by Puff Daddy featuring Mase and Carl Thomas. The remix to the original radio smash hit, "Been Around The World," proves to be just as good as its original counterpart, injecting enough flare and finesse to set the dance floor of any club on fire.
- "I'll Be" by Foxy Brown featuring Jay-Z. This hip hop club song is notoriously known to be Foxy Brown and Jay-Z's highest charting single period. Featuring a sample from the 80s classic, "I'll Be Good" by Rene & Angela, Foxy Brown's "I'll Be" quickly became a smash hit upon initial release and it continues to please club-goers to this day.
- "Only You (Bad Boy Remix)" by 112 featuring Mase and The Notorious B.I.G. 112's remix to their popular break-out debut "Only You" features a more prominent bass and rhythm that spells business when it comes to doing its job on the dance floor. And that it does very, very well.
- "Last Night" by Diddy featuring Keyshia Cole. If you love the 80s, then you are going to love Diddy's "Last Night" with Keyshia Cole without a doubt. This Hip Hop club song features a nostalgic 80s stylized beat and rhythm and contains quite a few catchy hooks to it. The song samples Prince's "Erotic City."
- "Breathe and Stop" by Q-Tip. Rapper Q-Tip followed up his "Vivrant Thang" success with another club-worthy smash hit, "Breathe and Stop," a hip hop club song that has just the right amount of funk and spice in it's jumpy and electric tempo to give club-goers a run for their money.
- "Gettin' Jiggy Wit' It" by Will Smith. Having won a Grammy Award for Best Rap Solo Performance and having spent over three weeks on the Hot 100 Billboard Chart, Will Smith's "Gettin' Jiggy Wit' It" was born and bred for the Hip Hop club scene. You simply can't have a party without a record-breaking song like this.
- "Back and Forth" by Aaliyah. In her first breakout debut single, Aaliyah shows her abilities to set the club scene on fire with "Back and Forth," a cool, smooth, and funky Hip Hop/R&B song that centers around a teenage girl's desire to celebrate and party with her friends during one weekend.
- "Phenomenon" by LL Cool J. Inspired by the sample of the 1970s classic, "Who Is He And What Is He To You" by Creative Source, LL Cool J's "Phenomenon" is a true hip hop club banger that gets down and busy right from the get go, encouraging the freak in everyone to come out and play.