Sunday, June 3, 2012

The Top 10 Must Have Hip Hop Club Tracks

Every successful DJ knows that you have to play tracks for the ladies, and you should play something fun to get 'em out on the dance floor. There's little doubt that this list of the top ten must have hip hop club tracks will do just that.

10. Ice Cube - You Can Do It (1999). A killer cut from the Next Friday soundtrack with a beat that knocks and some of Cube's all-time best verses. Price of Vinyl: $10.00

9. Wreckx-N-Effect - Rump Shaker (1992). Here's a can't miss dance-floor packing jam, produced by Teddy Riley back when he was trying to rap. Price of Vinyl: $5.00

8. Juvenile feat. Mannie Fresh and Lil' Wayne - Back That Azz Up (1999). Whether it's called rump, back, ass, apple bottom or whatever, the female butt is certainly a subject of many hip hop tracks, for better or worse. Just ask Sir Mix-A-Lot, who is probably still getting paid from Baby Got Back. Price of Vinyl: $4.00

7. Naughty By Nature - O.P.P. (1992). One of the classic old school hip hop tracks, and doesn't split your ears like that House Of Pain track. A fun party track. Check out this very well done live version. Price of Vinyl: $6.00

6. Ol' Dirty Bastard - Got Your Money (1999). The '99 sure produced some great hip hop hits, and here's another one from the late great ODB. Guaranteed to move the crowd. Price of Vinyl: $10.00

5. Notorious B.I.G. feat. Mase and Puff Daddy - Mo Money, Mo Problems (1997). With three tracks arguably in the top ten, Biggie always comes strong. This track was selected because it's upbeat and fun, and everyone knows the lyrics. The Diana Ross sample doesn't hurt either. You'll have half the dance floor rapping these classic verses. Price of Vinyl: $10.00

4. Dr. Dre feat. Snoop Dogg, Kurupt, and Nate Dogg - The Next Episode (1999). Wow, was this song from 1999 too? Here's a tip - just buy everything from 1999 and you can't go wrong. People love this track every time in comes on in the club. Price of Vinyl: $8.00

3. Eminem - Without Me (2002). Another masterful Dr. Dre production. Even if you don't like Eminem's hard-edged style, you gotta love that beat. Play it at the club, and you're sure to have half the room reciting verses. Price of Vinyl: $5.00

2. 50 Cent - In Da Club (2003). Guess what? Another Dr. Dre production. This track is still played at almost every party almost a decade after it came out. Price of Vinyl: $5.00

1. Montell Jordan - This Is How We Do It (1994). Why is it #1? This track was an instant classic from day one. Incredible booming bass and fun lyrics that everyone knows. If you guys don't like this pick, you will after you see half the honeys in the room shaking their asses to it! This track really makes you wanna get your drink on and have some fun. Price of Vinyl: $5.00

Honorable mention: Usher - Yeah, Fat Joe - What's Luv and Lean Back, Nelly - Hot In Herre and Ride With Me, Outkast - Rosa Parks, Sir Mix-A-Lot - Baby Got Back, Big Punisher - Still Not A Player.

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