A look at the latest from the genre in the top half of the list
Miley Cyrus joins will.i.ama��s bass thumping beats in this one that is all about having a good time. Their third collaboration also features rappers Wiz Khalifa and French Montana as it heads straight into your groovy playlist for the month.
Hip hop goes old-school with this one by Trey Songz that has a low tempo. Loungy with a catchy tune and lyrics, ita��s a pleasant break from the electro beats that dominate the countdown.
I Luh Ya Papi
J Loa��s lead single from her eighth studio album is clearly her answer to the objectification of women as is evident in her video filled with hunky, half-naked men and a guest appearance by French Montana. She raps through a major part of this upbeat, happy tune.
With the Indie sound of Nate Ruessa�� vocals, Marshall Mathers aka Eminem talks about the ebbs and flows of family and more specifically about his estranged relationship with his mother. Not as explicit as his other lyrics and a lot less angsty, this one talks about forgiveness and acceptance in a soft, soothing tune.
Wild Wild Love
Pitbull takes hip hop back into the club with his Midas touch once again. Broken into two halves with a spoken interlude, the song moves from the Playboy Mansion to Miami and revolves around certain questionable motives, well masked in a tune that goes easy on the electro and high on a pop-synth sound.
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