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50 Best Summer Rap Songs of the 2000s


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Best Summer Rap Songs of 2003
50 Best Summer Rap Songs of the 2000s

5. Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz - "Get Low"
The sinfully infectious bassline alone was enough to fill a sweltering dance floor in 100-degree weather.

4. Bone Crusher ft. Killer Mike & T.I. - "Never Scared"
Menacing lyrics by Bone Crusher plus equally forceful cameos by T.I. and Killer Mike.

3. OutKast - "Hey Ya"
One mindless phrase repeated over and over and over and over until it becomes irresistible. Heyyyy ya!

2. Joe Budden - "Pump It Up"
The sinfully infectious Just Blaze beat meets Joey's airtight flow. "Pump It Up" is known to fill a sweltering dance floor, even in 100-degree weather.

1. 50 Cent - "In da Club"
50 struck gold with this Dr. Dre concoction from his debut album, Get Rich or Die Tryin'. "In da Club" sat atop every chart in every country and scored a few Grammy nods for Fif. Not to mention that everyone went around chanting "Go shawty, it's your birthday" regardless of what day or month it was.

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