10 Best Party Rap Songs

You're getting ready to plan your party, all your friends love rap and right now you're probably asking yourself "What are the 10 Best Party Rap Songs" around.  Well, we're here to help you out.  Make sure to play these 10 songs and your party will what everyone's talking about on Monday.

10. "California Love" by Tupac features Dr. Dre and is one of Tupac's most successful songs.  It reached #1 and stayed there for two weeks.  This was Tupac's comeback single after being released from prison in 1995 and it's popularity has continued even after Tupac's death.

9. "Forget About Dre" by Dr. Dre features Eminem and reached #25 on the Billboard Hot 100.  The song is about Dr. Dre's return to hip-hop and the influence he had on the hip-hop scene and is also one of the fastest rap songs in play today. 

8. "In Da Club" by 50 Cent was his first #1 hit and was considered one of the most popular songs of 2003.  The video for the song won the Best New Artist and Best Rap Video at the MTV Music Video Awards in 2003.

7. "Hot in Herre" by Nelly was his first #1 hit and uses the hook from the hit "Bustin Loose".  It has the memorable line "It's gettin' hot in here, So take off all your clothes" which was the basis of the music video for the song.

6. "My Band" by D12 makes fun of the misconception that Eminem is the lead singer of D12.  The song reached the #6 spot in the US and is the highest rated songs by D12.

5. "Gangsta Love" by Snoop Dog features The-Dream and is on Snoop's 10th album.  It reached the #5 spot on US Billboard's Rap Songs.  The video shows Snoop Dog as a vampire riding in a Cadillac Low Rider.

4. "Jump Around" is by House of Pain but some people have confused it for a Cypress Hill song because DJ Muggs of Cypress Hill is featured on the song.  The song reached the #3 spot in 1992.  It's a great song for those that can't dance because all you have to do is "Jump Around".

3. "Get Low" by Flo Rida features T-Pain and was also featured on the movie "Step Up 2:  The Streets".  The song was #1 on Billboard Hot 100 for ten weeks and in the top ten for a total of 23 weeks.

2. "Crank That" by Soulja Boy Tell 'Em, also known as just Soulja Boy, spent eight weeks at #1.  If you're a University of Miami fan then you've probably heard this song a few times as they play this song at their home games.

1. "(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party)" was one the first single released by the Beastie Boys and is actually their least favorite song and they haven't play it live since 1987.  Even though the group was trying to send a message to their listeners most of their fans didn't understand and believe that it's a song condoning all the things you shouldn't do while underage.

Now you're ready to "Jump Around", "Get Low", and if you're lucky your party goers will be yelling that it's gettin' "Hot in Herre".  So, make sure you have these songs and "Crank That" music up.

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