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Monday, December 30, 2019

Top 5 Hip-Hop Songs To Get The Party Started


Are you searching for that right song to help you kick the party off right? Or what about that dull boring bar no-one is having fun in? Fans Favorites will help you find that right song that make everyone want to get up and have fun.

With dope hip hop songs from the past and present-day hip hop hits, it's hard to choose that right song for the right crowd. It's ok! these songs selected should be perfect for every college party out there! Below we will look at the Top Five tracks which are guaranteed to kick-start any party, in any city, or any event.


Also See: Top 5 Best Classic R&B Love Songs

1. Cupid - Cupid Shuffle

"Cupid Shuffle" is a song by Cupid from his 2007 studio album Time for a Change. It has spawned a popular line dance and has drawn comparisons to DJ Casper's "Cha Cha Slide."



2. Mr C The Slide Man - Cha-Cha Slide

"Cha Cha Slide" is a song by American artist DJ Casper, also known as Mr. C The Slide Man. The song was released as a single in August 2000, and spent five weeks on the chart of Billboard Hot 100.



3. Blanco Brown - The Git Up

"The Git Up" is a song by American singer, songwriter and record producer Blanco Brown, released as his debut single on May 3, 2019. It has been described as the "sequel" to Lil Nas X's "Old Town Road" and the "next viral country rap song".



4. Cali Swag District - Teach Me How To Dougie

"Teach Me How to Dougie" is a song recorded by American hip hop group Cali Swag District featuring hook vocals from Fairburn–based rapper Future and Canadian–Nigerian actress Oluniké Adeliyi. It was produced by Runway Star for Cali Swag District's debut studio album, The Kickback.



5. Usher - Yeah

"Yeah!" is a song by American singer Usher. The song is co-written by Sean Garrett, Patrick J. Que Smith, Robert McDowell, LRoc, Ludacris, and Lil Jon, who also produced the song. It also features guest vocals from Lil Jon and Ludacris, with the former also producing the song as well as incorporating crunk and R&B—which he coined as crunk&B—in the song's production.



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