Top 25 Rap Songs of the 2000’s

7. Big Pimpin’– Jay-Z feat. UGK

Anyone who is anyone loves a Jay/Timmy collab and with that being said, this track was destined for greatness. With the help of UGK, “Big Pimpin” became Jigga’s most commercially successful single off his fourth album. And how could it not? From the southern bounce to the Egyptian sample, you couldn’t help but rap along. The icing on the cake was the video shot in Trinidad during Carnival, the Caribbean version of Uncle Luke’s Freak Fest with the most exotic women, with Jay & UGK making it rain on ’em like the pimps of all pimps.

Dope Lyrics: “You know I thug em, fuck em, love em, leave em, ‘Cause I don’t fuckin need em

3 Responses

  1. Anonymous

    I like the list. I don’t agree though with “Soul Survivor” being on it. I found it interesting that you included “Hey Ya” as a rap song.

  2. Anonymous

    No Kanye West? Really? He deserves to be in the top 25 a couple of times and not just Honorable Mention.


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