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50 Great Rap Songs From 2013

Good music is not defined by popularity or record sales. Music evokes a feeling or mood and is measured by your individual senses. Any web site, magazine, or blogger announcing the “top songs” or “best albums” of the year is devaluing your opinion and your intelligence. Since I could not listen to every song released in 2013, the list below includes 50 of TheBeeShine’s favorite rap songs of 2013 that I did get a chance to hear. These are individually hand-picked songs that have been in rotation due to their replay value. Enjoy!

1. Alyssa Marie – “Hold On Tight” produced by BeatBlocked Productions
2. Amir Taron & Mute Sweetenberg – “Alcoholism & Afrocentricity” produced by Mute Sweetenberg
3. Big Noyd, Large Professor, & Kool G Rap – “Naturally Born” produced by Ayatollah
4. Black Milk – “Sunday’s Best / Monday’s Worst” produced by Black Milk
5. CZARFACE (Inspectah Deck, 7L, & Esoteric) – “Air Em Out” produced by 7L
6. Deltron 3030 – “City Rising From The Ashes” produced by Dan The Automator
7. Desdamona – “Mr. Pretender” produced by Big Jess
8. DJ Skizz, Big Twins, Craig G, Cormega, & Nature – “QB All-Stars” produced by DJ Skizz
9. DJ Skizz, Shabaam Sahdeeq & Rah Digga – “Let Em Know” produced by DJ Skizz
10. Endemic, Tragedy Khadafi, Ruste Juxx, & Afu-Ra – “High Society” produced by Endemic
11. ESH & ARC – “Hertz Donut” produced by The Arcitype
12. evitaN & Sadat X – “3 Kings” produced by Will Tell
13. Hollohan – “It’s All Behind Me” produced by Solid Mas
14. ILL BILL & A-Trak – “Acceptance Speech” produced by Junior Makhno
15. J-Zone – “Gadget Ho” produced by J-Zone
16. KAMALA (DJ Ready Cee, El Gant, & Parakhan) – “Modelo Music” produced by DJ Ready Cee
17. King Jus & Fresh Kils – “Tru Believer” produced by Fresh Kils
18. King Malachi – “Don’t Stop The Music” produced by Eric Haywood
19. Knox – “Thoughts For The Mind” produced by Big Jess
20. Kon Boogie & Ashley Mischief – “Drifting” produced by Somatic
21. Koncept & DeeJay Element – “Oh Baby” produced by DeeJay Element
22. Kosha Dillz & Rapper Big Pooh – “West Coast Flavor” produced by Matty Trump
23. Kung Fu Vampire – “Love Bites” produced by TunnA Beats
24. Marco Polo & Breeze Brewin – “Parental Discretion” produced by Marco Polo
25. Marco Polo, Talib Kweli, & DJ Premier – “G.U.R.U.” produced by Marco Polo
26. Mic Beatz, JoJo Pellegrino, & P.Stew – “My World” produced by Joe Josh
27. N.O.R.E. & Large Professor – “Built Pyramids” produced by Large Professor
28. Necro & Kool G Rap – “Heart Attack” produced by Necro
29. Neek The Exotic & Satchel Page – “One Speed All Out” produced by The Audible Doctor
30. Nems – “(Unwanted) Freedom” produced by Busy
31. Oddisee – “Own Appeal” produced by Oddisee
32. Phene – “Square One” produced by Marc Johnson
33. Q-Unique & ILL BILL – “Listen To The Words” produced by Q-Unique & Scott Stallone
34. R.A. The Rugged Man – “Legends Never Die (Daddy’s Halo)” produced by Mr. Green
35. Rich Quick – “Travelin’ Man” produced by Stress & Chuck Treece
36. Rizzo – “Get Up Get Out” produced by The Audible Doctor
37. Sean Price, Billy Danze, & Maffew Ragazino – “Land Of The Crooks” produced by M-Phazes
38. ShoreShot – “Sho Love” produced by Eric Wald
39. Skrewtape & Voss – “Fuck Your Feelings” produced by YFame
40. Spit Gemz – “El Estudiante” produced by Ice Rocks
41. Statik Selektah, Lil Fame, & N.O.R.E. – “East Coast” produced by Statik Selektah
42. Statik Selektah, Raekwon, Joey Bada$$, & Black Thought – “Bird’s Eye View” produced by Statik Selektah
43. Styles P & Jadakiss – “Red Eye” produced by Scram Jones
44. Tech N9ne, Wrekonize, Twisted Insane, & Snow Tha Product – “So Dope” produced by Shane Eli & Jon Pakfar
45. The Wrist – “Public Urination” produced by The Wrist
46. Tony Touch & D-Stroy – “Touch & D-Stroy” produced by DJ Premier
47. Tony Touch, Action Bronson, & Kool G Rap – “It’s A Queens Thing” produced by Statik Selektah
48. Tricky P – “Right Here” produced by Solid Mas
49. Ugly Heroes (Apollo Brown, Verbal Kent, & Red Pill) – “Desperate” produced by Apollo Brown
50. Voss – “Mr. Freeze” produced by Ask?

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