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5 July 2017, 14:56
The Best Hip-Hop Songs Of 2017 So Far
Get ready for the ultimate Hip-Hop playlist, filled with massive songs from the likes of Kanye West, J. Cole, Big Sean and more.
If you thought 2016 was a huge year for Hip-Hop, you won't believe what's in store for 2017.
With huge releases from the likes of Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Big Sean and more, this year is set to be a big one for the genre.
Drake has already unleashed his playlist project 'More Life' and there are more exciting things to come.
Check out the freshest Hip-Hop songs to drop in 2017.
(Warning: Some of these tracks contain strong language that some people may find offensive.)
"Yo Pierre, you wanna come out here?" An absolutely huge tune for 2017, now with a trippy video featruring A$AP Rocky.
The Drake vocals finally came in! DJ Khaled's new song is taken from his star-studded tenth album 'Grateful'.
Meek Mill warmed up for the release of his album 'Wins And Losses' with a smooth single alongside Chris Brown and Ty Dolla Sign.
Despite facing criticism for his style of 'mumble' rapping, rising rapper Lil Uzi Vert dropped a hit!
K. Dot is making heads turn for all the right reasons with his latest offering. 'DNA.' is honest and lyrical, and has an epic music video to match.
MGK teams up with Quavo and Ty for his latest single off his forthcoming album, 'Bloom'.
Kendrick Lamar warmed up for his fourth studio album will hard-hitting track 'Humble'. The epic visuals reference music videos from other artists including Beyonce, Migos, DJ Khaled and more.
Nicki Minaj finally fired back at Remy Ma with this long-awaited Young Money collaboration.
2 Chainz dropped this laid-back, star-studded hit in preparation for the release of Pretty Girls Like Trap Music, his first project of 2017.
Following a series of back-and-forth subliminal disses with Nicki Minaj, Remy Ma unleashed a vicious diss track that set Hip-Hop alight.
Following the 2017 Grammy Awards, DJ Khaled released a huge collaboration with Beyonce and Jay Z.
Desiigner made his return to Hip-Hop with the triumphant-sounding 'Outlet'. This is huge!
Taken from his fourth studio album 'I Decided', Big Sean got very introspective over a moody instrumental.
Following the success of his fourth studio album '4 Your Eyez Only', J. Cole surprised fans with an introspective song addressing President Obama, police brutality and more.