If you are a lover of rap music and want to customize your phone with special ring tones, this list of the 10 best rap ring tones is for you! With rap and hip hop flooding the cultural landscape in the 1980’s and rising to popularity in the 1990’s, rap and hip hop have ever since been a part of the social vocabulary seeping into virtually every aspect of life. From radio saturation to fashion, rap is everywhere, including on your phone in the form of rap ring tones.
- "Drop The World." “Drop the World” is a tune from Lil Wayne and features Eminem. Drop the World is an aggressive song with a strong base line, which makes it certainly one of the best rap ring tones around!
- "Low." From rapper Flo Rida and featuring T-Pain, “Low” was featured on Flo Rida’s 2008 album “Mail on Sunday.” Becoming a hugely popular summer hit in 2008, "Low" is a constant club and party favorite, making it one of the best rap ring tones.
- "I Wanna Rock." From one of the masters of rap, Snoop Dogg, "I Wanna Rock" is a stand out from his 2009 smash hit album, "Malice in Wonderland." The old school rhyming style and the sample of Rob Base and DJ EZ Rock’s “It Takes Two” makes this not just a catchy tune, but one of the best rap ring tones.
- "Heartless." This smash hit from controversial rapper Kanye West easily makes the list of the best rap ring tones. The catchy baseline beat and the easily culled snippets of the song make it work perfectly as a ring tone.
- "Live Your Life." “Live Your Life” is one of the most popular songs off of T.I.’s 2008 hit album, "Paper Trail." The song features Rihanna in one of the catchiest hooks of any rap tune out there. With life affirming lyrics that take a refreshing step away from the more aggressive rap, “Live Your Life” translates well into a rap ring tone.
- "I’m So Hood." From rapper DJ Khaled features some of rap’s biggest superstars, including: Young Jeezy, Ludacris, Busta Rhymes, Big Boi, Lil Wayne, Fat Joe, Birdman and Rick Ross. The all-star line up makes this one of the best rap ring tones around.
- "Changes." The classic rap tune by Tupac Shakur makes one of the best rap ring tones due to it’s old school rap vibe and the catchy sampling of Bruce Hornsby’s “The Way it Is.”
- "The Real Slim Shady." Featuring the hugely popular lyric “My bum is on your lips, my bum is on your lips, and if I’m lucky you might just give it a little kiss.” The Real Slim Shady was a stand out of Eminem’s hit 2002 album "The Marshall Mathers LP."
"In da Club." Off of 50 Cent’s hit 2003 album, Get Rich or Die Tryin’ comes “In da Club." Becoming one of the most popular club songs upon it’s release it also becomes one of the best rap ring tones.
- "Hard Knock Life." Jay-Z’s tune that is described as the "Ghetto Anthem" is one of the most popular songs off of the 1998 album, Vol. 2…Hard Knock Life. Featuring a clever sample of “It’s a Hard Knock Life” from the musical Annie, this song will forever be one of rap’s finest crafted tunes.
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