Top Ten Rap Songs of 2014

Although 2014 may have been a down year album-wise, it no doubt produced some great tracks. Here’s the best of what’s been put out.


10. Dehydration – Mick Jenkins

The top track off a strong project, Jenkins keeps listeners thirsty for more with a hard-hitting flow.

9. We Dem Boyz – Wiz Khalifa

Simply put, those boys are us. We are Dem Boyz.

8. Who Do You Love (feat. Drake) – YG

The highlight of YG and DJ Mustard’s industry take over, this club banger will keep heads bumping for years to come.

7.Down On My Luck – Vic Mensa

Yung Innanet keeps the sonic innovation coming by seamlessly blending dance music and rap.

6. Sunday Candy – The Social Experiment and Chance The Rapper

This feel-good, gospel like track will boost your spirits and make you want to call your grandma more often.

5. No Role Modelz – J. Cole

R.I.P. Uncle Phil. Big ups to Aunt Viv.

4. We Made It (Remix) [feat. Jay-Z] – Jay Electronica

Jay Electronica keeps antagonizing fans by releasing dope tracks… at an incredibly slow rate. Give us an album already.

3. i – Kendrick Lamar

Compton’s “good kid” proved once again that trends and industry pressures mean nothing to him.

2.Shot You Down (feat. Schoolboy Q and Jay Rock) – Isaiah Rashad

The fledgling Chattanooga MC and his TDE pals delivered a posse track for the ages.

1. Mt. Olympus – Big K.R.I.T.

The Mississippi royal spits frustration, aggression, and anger into a ball of hot, lyrical fire, culminating in this years best track.