Your Go-To Summer Rap Playlist
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We all know the best songs get released in the summer, and this year is no different. As someone who can really only stand rap and hip hop music anymore, I pride myself in always having the latest tracks on my phone at all times. Here are the hottest tracks of this current time in summer, according to me and the "Browse" section of Spotify.


1. Priorities // Lil Yachty

2. Everyday We Lit // YFN Lucci, PnB Rock, Lil Yachty, Wiz Khalifa

3. Look At Me! // Xxtentaction

4. Congratulations // Post Malone, Quavo

5. Slippery // Migos, Gucci Mane

6. XO TOUR Llif3 // Lil Uzi Vert

7. iSpy // Kyle, Lil Yachty

8. Tunnel Vision // Kodak Black

9. Location // Khalid

10. HUMBLE. // Kendrick Lamar

11. DNA. // Kendrick Lamar

12. Both // Gucci Mane, Drake, Lil Wayne

13. Mask Off // Future

14.Unforgettable // French Montana, Swae Lee 15. Gyalchester // Drake

16. Passionfruit // Drake

17. I'm The One // DJ Khaled, Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance The Rapper, Lil Wayne

18. Redbone // Childish Gambino

19. Drowning // A Boogie Wit da Hoodie, Kodak Black

20. do re mi // Blackbear

21. Free Smoke // Drake

22. PRBLMS // 6LACK

23. Shining // Dj Khaled, Beyonce, Jay Z

24. Rolex // Ayo & Teo

25. All Night // Chance The Rapper, Knox Fortune


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