Top 5 Raps of All Time

Almost any rap supporter has this discussion… and it’s almost certainly turned into a full-fledged argument. “Who helps make the list of best raps of all time?” is the question. Everyone has an opinion, and most are based on popularity rather than ability.

This list is unconcerned with who is famous. It doesn’t reward those who claim to be the greatest. We’re interested in pure technical skill levels, whether they’re on a big label or independent label. They must also have a long track record to demonstrate consistency.

That means we’re looking at advanced rhymes, multi-syllabic wordplay, preserving the lyrics reasonable while navigating these technical details, and being genuine in our messaging.

Let’s get started with the top 5 best raps of all time!

1. Lose Yourself – Eminem

The best rap song ever. Every lyric and word counts, and none is wasted. The beat is catchy, and the music is well produced. Eminem switches from the 3rd person to the 1st person point of view.

It’s Eminem! The best thing about this guy is his attitude of bringing out the raw truth through his songs. Stan touches my heart because it brings out the fragility of life. It makes us look past the words and delve deeper into the song’s true meaning. 


2. Changes – 2Pac

Changes opened people’s eyes to what they could do to better their lives with just something as simple as listening to the world around them. ONLY you can change your life… Only you can plan your future, and if everyone fights to make the changes as a whole for the world, it is possible that we could be living in harmony rather than war.

The media were always making Tupac out to be a thug. They never bothered to look into the meaning. 2pac wanted the world to change. Many stupid people never looked into his beliefs in change and justice. 


3. Juicy – Notorious B.I.G.

Ah, this song is fantastic. It makes me happy and uplifted when I listen to it.

It makes wiz Khalifa and drake look like pathetic little kids. This is the best rap song, with all respect for losing yourself and changes, which are great too, but Juicy is just an unforgettable Timeless classic. Crank That shouldn’t be here at all, and Remember The Name is a dope song, but it isn’t anything special.


4. Nuthin’ but a ‘G’ Thang – Dr Dre

This, by many critics, is voted in the top 3 rap songs of all time! And these are REAL Hip Hop critics who know what there saying. This song eats anything Lil Wayne had made! A real classic! A real classic! Snoop Doggy Dogg and Dr Dre are two legends in the game.


5. N.Y. State of Mind – Nas

Nas completely underestimated himself before seeing the ratings and reviews the first album received back then. Among the album, this song takes rappers to a new plateau, encouraging older and newer rappers to try new things, having won him the title of the greatest and most influential rapper of all time.