“Carol of the Bells” is one of the most highly used songs for hip-hop Christmas songs, and SofaSoundBeats keeps the ball rolling with this one. This beat is heavily watermarked which makes it (significantly) less enjoyable. I normally avoid posting music with watermarks, but I’ll give this one a pass this time: the song’s name is
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It’s hard to get a Christmas mash-up wrong. Take 2 classic jams, mash them together, use a drum machine to match a hip-hop beat, and boom: instant hip-hop Christmas jam. Okay, maybe we’re over-simplifying it, but the concept is solid.
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
The seasoned LA rap vet wishes a Merry X-Murs to you and yours. Just released about a week ago, “Christmas Rules Everything Around Me” is a trap-style Christmas rap produced by Curtiss King. Fueled off a “Carol of the Bells” sample, it’s not a cheerful instrumental but then again, the song itself isn’t the most
Closing out the Ying Yang Twins’ 2008 Christmas album is “Carol Of Da Bellz”, a crunk/club version of the classic tune. The song has a jam of an instrumental, but the lyrics aren’t very Christmas relevant. The Twins rap about sippin on various alcoholic beverages and hitting the club during Christmas season. In Ying Yang
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