Be prepared for a boatload of coal to come flying down your chimney after hearing this one. RA takes shots at Santa Claus and even claims he got down and dirty with Mrs. Claus. It’s clear that these guys don’t like the traditions and consumerism that Christmas brings, but at least they wish Jesus a happy birthday in the
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Jam out with your boy Jay Verma rockin the piano on this instrumental cover of “Santa Baby”. It’s pretty short, so if you have ADHD, this is the song for you.
Get in the Christmas spirit with this 15-track playlist from Alex Julian over at 8tracks. It’s a diverse selection ranging from old school hip-hop to modern tracks by Kanye and Ludacris.
Looking for a happy-go-lucky Christmas hip-hop instrumental? Latvian producer K.M.Beats has it on lock. “Snowflake” stays upbeat throughout the entire 3 minutes, and a few nicely placed “ho ho ho”s from Santa Claus make the song distinctly Christmas. Christmas Relevance Naughty or Nice? Santa’s Score Follow K.M. Beats on social media: Soundclick – http://www.KMBeats.com Facebook Fanpage –
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.
Back in 2005, TV host Craig Ferguson brought out RZA to perform a hip-hop version of the Christmas carol “Deck The Halls”. RZA does a little beatboxing, while Craig Ferguson plays the stereotypical embarrassing white guy… you’ll see what I mean. Christmas Relevance Naughty or Nice? Santa’s Score RZA on Twitter Craig Ferguson on Twitter The Late
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
“Oh, you didn’t know Christmas went hip hop? Check the clock, and let the jingle bells rock” Here’s another cut off the 1987 Christmas Rap compilation released by Profile Records. “Let The Jingle Bells Rock” is an original track by Sweet Tee, a female rapper from Queens most known for her 1988 debut album It’s Tee
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