Category: Songs

Odd Future – “F*** This Christmas”

If you are in a pissed off mood for whatever reason and have no desire to cheer up, this song is for you. Hell, Odd Future in general is probably a good look if that’s how you’re feeling.

Damani & Chris Starr – “A Gift That Keeps On Giving”

The gift that keeps on giving… is love! Chill out to this smooth R&B track, featured on Snoop Dogg’s Christmas In Tha Dogghouse album.

Twiztid – “Waiting On Christmas Gifts” (based on Snoop Dogg’s “Gin & Juice”)

Snoop Dogg’s “Gin & Juice” is a classic hip-hop track that will never get old. You already knew that though. Twiztid use this to their advantage, using the instrumental as the backdrop for this song about waiting for Santa on Christmas Eve.

Black Spade – “Dis Christmas (W/O U)”

Here at Hip Hop Santa, there is a lot of familiarity with the classic Christmas songs. “Jingle Bells”, “Last Christmas”, and “Wonderful Christmas Time” are sampled like nobody’s business. It’s very refreshing when an artist creates an original song that captures the Christmas spirit without resorting to jingle bells as the primary instrument.

Lehtmojoe – “Christmas In Da Club” (Paul McCartney x 50 Cent)

You thought Lehtmojoe only had one Christmas mash-up track? You must be trippin.

Mac Lethal – “Santa Raps SO Fast!!!”

Mac Lethal is back at it again with yet another installation of his “fast rap” series. This time, he claims a NEW WORLD RECORD!!! See for yourself if he can back up his claim, or if he should dejectedly go climbing back up the chimney.

LehtMoJoe – “Christmas Swag” (Paul McCartney vs. Soulja Boy)

Ready for some next level sh**?!? Dallas-based DJ LehtMoJoe crafted a perfect mash-up of Paul McCartney’s “Wonderful Christmas Time” and Soulja Boy’s “Pretty Boy Swag”. Who knew that these two legends were meant from each other in the mash-up hall of fame?

White Lightning, P’Zilla, and Chinchilla – “Ho! Ho! Ho! (It Looks Like Snow)”

Chances are you haven’t heard of White Lightning, P-Zilla, or Chinchilla until now. It’s okay, neither did we. Just know that your mind is about to be blown with one of the best Christmas rap songs in the history of Christmas rap songs.

Spyder-D – “Ghetto Santa”

Another cut off the 1987 Christmas Rap compilation, “Ghetto Santa” is a no frills Christmas rap song. With Spyder-D and DJ Doc on production, the instrumental is a hip-hop version of “Jingle Bells” with sleigh bells layered on to give it a distinctive Christmas vibe.

Ghostface Killah – “Ghostface X-Mas”

Wu-Tang celebrates Christmas too! Released in 2008, this single features Tony Starks himself dropping a few Christmas-related verses over a hip-hop “Carol of the Bells” instrumental. Surprisingly, the song is G-rated for the most part. There is the occasional reference to Hennessey mixed with egg nog (yum) and a particular illegal plant, but this is standard Shaolin fare. You tell