The Top 10 Rap Songs White People Love

I’m not going to front. As anyone who’s read the Music section of my MySpace page can attest, these rap songs are my hip-hop bread and butter. White bread, that is.

The Top 10 Rap Songs White People Love

Given that, it will surprise exactly no one that I performed “It Takes Two” at karaoke a few nights ago, or that I wrote some quote-unquote erotic fanfic about “Bust A Move” on Weak Nights.

As spot-on as some of these selections (and honorable mentions) are, I would gladly trade “Whoomp (There It Is)” — a song I knew barely qualified as music even when I was in high school — and “Hip Hop Hooray” for Neneh Cherry and her Buffalo Stance. Where is the love, white rap enthusiasts?

And I would love to listen to “Hey Ya”, but it’s just a little too …you know.

By Tim

An animator, video producer, Lego artist, and author—I am moderately skilled at a lot of different things.

4 replies on “The Top 10 Rap Songs White People Love”

The best thing about that list is all the defensive white people leaving comments. Whitey sure is touchy.

This won’t help the stereotype of whitey being one uptight mofo. I’ve been following the comments since then and they only get worse. Apparently top ten lists = racism.

and then of course the (sort of) delicious irony is that all it takes is a silly ton ten list to bring the REAL racism/ts out – as a certified White Person, it’s an odd feeling to be repeatedly called a ‘nigger’

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