2018 Best Hip-Hop Songs So Far
Listen to the ultimate Hip-Hop playlist with huge tracks from the likes of Drake, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, Cardi B and more.
2017 was a huge year for Hip-Hop, but rest assured 2018 is going to be even bigger.
With chart-topping releases from some of the most prominent names in the genre, artists including Drake, Eminem, Cardi B, Kendrick Lamar and more are all making big moves this year.
Check out the biggest Hip-Hop songs to drop in 2018 so far.
(Warning: Some of these tracks contain strong language that some people may find offensive.)
Drake – ‘Emotionless’
Tyga Feat. Offset – ‘Taste’
Pusha T – ‘The Story Of Adidon’
Push fired back at Drizzy’s vicious barbs with yet another diss track, which claims Drizzy has a secret child before taking shots at his producer, who suffers from multiple sclerosis.
Drake – ‘Duppy Freestyle’
YG Feat. 2 Chainz, Bg Sean & Nicki Minaj – ‘Big Bank’
YG links up with a trio of Hip-Hop’s finest his latest banger. It’s fair to say every player brings the fire.
Pusha T Feat. Kanye West – ‘What Would Meek Do?’
Pusha T kicked off GOOD Music’s summer of new music with his impressive album ‘DAYTONA’. His collaboration with Kanye West is a standout from the seven-track LP.
Kanye West Feat. T.I. – ‘Ye Vs. The People’
In the wake of his highly publicised Twitter resurgence, Kanye dropped a surprise politically-charged track featuring T.I. exploring his controversial views.
J. Cole – ‘ATM’
Just a taster of his latest album ‘KOD’, Cole’s money-oriented banger serves as the perfect satirical look at the dollar-driving ambition of today’s Hip-Hop artists.
Nicki Minaj – ‘Chun Li’
Miss Minaj generated a whole load of buzz after dropping two surprise singles ahead of her forthcoming album, with the fiery ‘Chun-Li’ taking the lead.
Cardi B Feat. Bad Bunny & J Balvin – ‘I Like It’
Drake – ‘Nice For What’
BlocBoy JB Feat. 21 Savage – ‘Rover 2.0’
Fresh from his giant collaboration with Drake on ‘Look Alive’, Memphis rapper BlocBoy JB joins forces with 21 for another heavy Hip-Hop hitter.
Rich The Kid – ‘Dead Friends’
A month after teasing it, Rich The Kid has unleashed ‘Dead Friends’, a diss track aimed at Lil Uzi Vert which features production from DJ Mustard.
Lil Dicky Feat. Chris Brown – ‘Freaky Friday’
DJ Khaled Feat. Jay Z, B and Future – ‘Top Off’
The super producer has done it again! Khaled enlisted the help of Hip-Hop power couple Bey – under her new alter ego, ‘B’ – and Jay alongside Future to take on the energetic track.
Chris Brown & Joyner Lucas – ‘Stranger Things’
Migos Feat. Drake – ‘Walk It Like I Talk It’
BlocBoy JB & Drake – ‘Look Alive’
Migos – ‘Supastars’
The Atlanta trio are back with a new trap-infused banger that sees Quavo, Offset and Takeoff flex over a bright, spacey beat.
Drake – ‘God’s Plan’
Drake – ‘Diplomatic Immunity’
Drizzy is getting into it on his latest autobiographical effort, which sees him reference Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez, her boo A. Rod and long-time rival Joe Budden.
Eminem Feat. 2 Chainz & Phresher – ‘Chloraseptic (Remix)’
Slims Shady brings the fire in this savage rework of his ‘Revival’ hit.
Cardi B Feat. 21 Savage – ‘Bartier Cardi’
Bardi’s sophomore single has got people talking for all the right reasons. Hip-Hop’s current leading lady is taking this year by storm!
Jay Rock Feat. Kendrick Lamar, Future & James Blake – ‘King’s Dead’
This star-studded line up have delivered a powerful, high-energy banger taken from the Kung Fu Kenny-produced ‘Black Panther’ soundtrack.
Quavo & Nicki Minaj – ‘She For Keeps’
Quality Control teammates Quavo and Nicki have linked up a loved-up tune, with a throwback-inpsired video to boot.
Black Eyed Peas – ‘Street Livin’
The Peas are back (minus Fergie) with a socially-conscious new single with an inspirational message.