HipHop is a competitive sport and will always spark Debate amongst its followers. This Year has been quite a very competitive Year for the Industry as we have witnessed Quite a Number Well re-defined Rap songs. Below is a list of Top 10 Rap songs released this year in No Particular order;
Tiye-P – Wrap Up (2016)
Mwana Wa Nyirenda displays some heavy Story-telling prowess on this Continued “Wrap Up” annual Sequel. With enough Punchlines, Wordplay and Metaphors, Tiye-P skillfully takes us down the memory lane of Last’s Year Top national Headlines Both in Politics and Entertainment
Alpha Romeo ft F-Jay– The Greatest Song
This song is taken off Alpha Romeo’s “Nothing Has Changed” Album released last year. However, the song was put out as a single for free download this year and suits rightly on this list. The song draws some bigger inspiration and is embedded with much poetry in it. Possibly it is Alpha Romeo’s Greatest song at them moment.
King Dizzo came back this Year with Enough Punchlines and Metaphors on this BW2 intro song called “Vagwada”. As he brags why he proclaims himself “King Dizzo” the Emcee makes sure he doesn’t forget the elements of the Art which brought him this far (HipHop).
The Rap Guru returns to prove those who thought his rap career was over wrong on this Mzengaman Produced HipHop banger. With Hustle and Inspiration being the main theme of the song, Stevo Proves to the HipHop community why he might be the Dopest Metaphor deliverer in the mainstream at the moment.
Chef 187– Good Teacher Bad Kasikulu
Taken From his third studio album, GTBK continues to make Noise across the country with the Music Video doing just fine on Trace TV. The Tony Breezy produced Trap song is conceptualized on relating past experiences to making wise future decisions. Its not only the concept which lands the song on this list but also the HipHop elements Chef 187 managed to deliver on this joint such as “Poetry”.
Pilato is arguably the Most Poetic emcee in the rap game at the moment. 420 is just another hardcore rap song by Pilato where he spits nothing but the truth on many life-related issues.
Camstar ft Elisha– Let them Talk
“Let them Talk” is just another HipHop classic taken from the emcee’s latest album titled “Good Intention, Bad Decisions”. With an exceptional chorus from singer “Elisha’’, Camstar spits from his Heart on this Joint. With songs like this one on his album, its safe to recommend “Good Intentions Bad Decisions” to every HipHop Head.
KB ft Macky 2, Crisis, Neo, Bobby East & Four 4– My Dairy Part 4
The fourth part of K-Amy Boss’s “Dairy sequel” is nothing but the biggest collaboration in the rap game this year so far. Its not only the names on this Joint that make it a classic but the Concept and content. The Poetry in this song is right on point leaving everyone buzzing. The debate still goes one about who killed it.
E-Jay– Zed Rap High School
New comers are on the verge of bringing out the Missing “Real HipHop” in the game and E-jay is just one of them. The rapper displays unheard creativity on this Joint. Search on our blog to download.
Lj Mojo– Moko Moko
After making waves with “Mutale No” LJ Mojo makes a comeback with this HipHop wake up call dubbed “Moko Moko”. With his sick raping style, delivery and aggression, LJ Mojo takes shots at several mainstream rappers he believes to have traded the game and apparently letting HipHop die. Take a listen and you will agree why it has been trending since its release.
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NB: This article doesn’t consider songs put released in an album for sale but those for free download either through a music video or audio.