Slaughterhouse’s Top 10 Rap Singles of the 90s & 00s (Video)

Joell Ortiz, Joe Budden, Royce Da 5’9″ & Crooked I debate on their personal top 10 rap singles of the 1990s and this decade. Dopeboyz/girlz… lets get the lists flowing!

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42 Responses to “Slaughterhouse’s Top 10 Rap Singles of the 90s & 00s (Video)”

  1. Can’t wait for this album….

  2. I can’t believe they didn’t name one 2pac record for the 90s. Especially Crooked…he’s supposed to rep the West.

    But, what’s that shit about all 4 of them having Eminem in their top 3? That’s tight. I remember heads used to hate on Eminem and always claimed it was just white suburban kids putting him on that top 3/5/10 whatever level. This kinda shuts them up, even though anything post Eminem Show was wack.

  3. 90’s Top Ten (No Order)
    Back That Ass Up – Juvenile/Lil Wayne
    My Name Is – Eminem
    Big Pimpin – Jay-Z/UGK
    Ms. Jackson – Outkast
    Mo Money, Mo Problems – B.I.G./Puff Daddy/Mase
    Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See – Busta
    Ill Be Missing You – Puff Daddy
    Whoa – Black Rob
    Shake It Fast – Mystikal
    Hate Me Now – Nas
    (And The Double 0’s Are Not Over Yet So Ill Wait)

  4. outkast has to be in there somewhere.

  5. Lol at Joell getting clowned… also lol at the Ross comment

  6. 90s(no order)
    c.r.e.a.m.
    shook ones
    juicy
    califonia love
    if i ruled the world
    today was a good day
    big pimpin
    nuthn but a g thang
    gin and juice
    mo money mo problems

  7. the one above actually sound really good

  8. 2000s(no order)
    lean back
    in da club
    hot in here
    this is how we do
    hey ya
    gold digger
    ante up
    grindin
    bring em out
    give it to me(jay-z, dynasty album)

    and ms jackson was off of stankonia which was dropped in 2000, shake it fast was also 2000 and so was black rob’s like whoa..just letting you know justincase..

  9. Yeah I Realized That Its All A Blur To Me

  10. I know some of you guy are going try your hardest to disagree but tell me one person here that doesn’t like Gangsta Paradise?

    and they miss “I got 5 on it” as well.

  11. *guys are going to

  12. @thatdude they said all eyez on me

  13. My top 10 of the 90’s (No Order)

    Juicy
    Nuthin But a G Thang
    Keep Ya Head Up
    If I Ruled The World
    It Ain’t Hard To Tell
    It Was A Good Day
    Shook Ones P2
    Dead Presidents II
    Moment Of Truth
    California Love

  14. Top 10 of the 00’s (Much Tougher to narrow down)

    International Players Anthem (Best Ever)
    Made You Look
    I Can
    Grindin
    99 Problems
    Without Me
    All Falls Down
    Get By
    Hot in Herre
    Hustler Musik (Don’t Hate)

  15. Top 10 of 00’s

    Hate It or Love It
    Stan
    In Da Club
    Dirt Off Your Shoulders
    Jesus Walks
    Ridin Dirty
    Move Bitch
    Lose Yourself
    21 Questions
    Oh Boy

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  17. hmmm… not sure if I agree…
    http://eardrumspop.blogspot.com/

  18. these might not have been top 10 on the charts but they were in top 10 in my day

    mobb deep got it twisted
    xzibit paparazzi
    de la soul feat redman oohhh
    dmx slippin
    big pun glamour life
    the fugees ready or not
    gang starr work
    jurassic 5 whats golden
    nas nas is like
    de la soul ego trippin part 2

  19. I’m far from a stan but here goes my top 10 of 00’s:

    Go Dj – Lil Wayne
    Hustler Musik – Lil Wayne
    Gossip – Lil Wayne
    Show Me What You Got – Lil Wayne
    Weezy’s Ambitionz – Lil Wayne
    Gergia Bush – Lil Wayne
    Lollipop – Lil Wayne
    A Milli – Lil Wayne
    We Takin’ Over – Lil Wayne
    How We Do – The Game

  20. this is just top 10 Singles right?

  21. joe budden is an damn angry man

  22. 90’s is way too hard, too many classics in that decade… this decade is way easier to create a top 10 list for

  23. Not to be an ass, but if you guys DON’T put “Crank That” in your top ten of the 00’s you are bugging and delusional. We can all agree that musically it has as much weight as an anorexic humming bird, but it was one really fucking loud humming bird.

    Other than that, my only two other unquestionable top 10s of the 00s are Gold Digger and In Da Club.

    I was born in September 87 so my ass was 11 when 2000 rolled around. So, I can’t speak on the 90’s all that much.

  24. lls at Yessir…at least u couldve named singles

  25. Grindin’ by Clipse and Snoop’s Drop It… has to be there. Shows how good a producer Pharrel is on his day.

  26. Shake was early with this post

  27. channel live “mad izm”

  28. HOW COME NO ONE MENTIONED THE METHOD MAN AND MARY J. BLIGE COLLAB I’LL BE THERE FOR YOU/YOU’RE ALL I NEDD TO GET BY

  29. today on 2dope boyz we have exclusive footage of Joe Budden taking a sh*t and tomorrow we interview with joel ortiz about what flavor of coffeee is the best.

    come on man STOP THE D*CKRIDING!!!! Well or if slaughter house makes video,releases a single or releases an album then they will be worthy of reading about. But this sh*t right is nothing more of d*ck riding.

  30. Damn theres 4 ill MC’s right there fuck.

  31. ok for my list im talking singles, most likely with airplay etc, not tracks from albums, they have to be popular ones and only rap not hiphop (ie; nelly etc)

    2Pac – cali luv
    Dr Dre – g thang
    Notorious – hypnotize
    Notorious – Juicy
    Mobb Deep – shook ones II
    Bone Thugs – the crossroads
    Will Smith – gettin jiggy with it
    Diddy and the Fam – victory
    MC Hammer – u cant touch this
    Naughty – hip-hop hooray

    notable mentions: Nas – if i ruled the world, Jay-Z – hard knock life

  32. ok scrap that not hiphop thing

    50 cent in da club
    snoop – drop it like its hot
    game and 50 – hate it or love it
    ludacris – stand up
    T.I – what you know
    Lil Wayne – lollipop
    eminem – lose yourself
    dr. dre – forgot about dre.
    ja rule – always on time
    missy elliot – hot boyz remix (16 straight weeks in rNb #1’s)

  33. no “through the wire”? Or “elveators” for outkast?

  34. flava in your ear (and the remix) from the 90s
    special delivery (and the remix)
    like whoa

    man.. bad boy used to run the game lol

  35. Adder you can’t be born in 87 and be 11 by the time 2000 rolls around… that math of yours is scary… and you can’t sum up the 90’s w/ just 10 songs too much good stuff around as far as rap is concern

  36. *REVISED*
    90’s Top Ten (No Order)
    Back That Ass Up – Juvenile/Lil Wayne
    My Name Is – Eminem
    Big Pimpin – Jay-Z/UGK
    Party Up – DMX
    Mo Money, Mo Problems – B.I.G./Puff Daddy/Mase
    Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See – Busta
    Ill Be Missing You – Puff Daddy
    All I Need – Method Man/Mary
    Da Rockwilder – Method Man & Redman
    Hate Me Now – Nas
    (And The Double 0’s Are Not Over Yet So Ill Wait)

  37. These are my top 10 favorites of the 90’s. It might not be according to the charts or anything, but in my point of view.
    The Pharcyde-Runnin
    Souls of Mischief-93 Til Infinity
    Wu-Tang Clan-C.R.E.A.M
    Nas- If I Ruled the World
    Del-Mistadobalina
    Hieroglyphics-At the Helm
    Jay-Z- Hard Knock Life
    2Pac- Life Goes On
    Biggie- Hypnotize
    Blue Flowers-Dr. Octagon

    I was just growing up during the 90’s, but now that I look back this is what I really think.

  38. 90’s

    Bone Thugs – Crossroads?! That song was HUGE, i don’t know if that was different cuz i was in Ohio then, but that shit was massive when it came out.

  39. On a personal note…

    I would definitely put Atmosphere – Guns and Cigarettes on there for the 90’s… That shit changed up my whole perspective on hip hop.

  40. Breathe has to be on the list for the 00’s

  41. my top 10 are
    street corner – masta killah
    ill street blues – kool g rap
    three – cormega
    living thug – kool g rap
    above the clouds – gang starr
    the saga begins – rakim
    i gotcha opin – black moon
    la familia – cormega
    sunshine – az
    first nigga – kool g rap

  42. *REVISED*AGAIN*
    90’s Top Ten (No Order)
    Back That Ass Up – Juvenile/Lil Wayne
    My Name Is – Eminem
    Big Pimpin – Jay-Z/UGK
    Party Up – DMX
    Mo Money, Mo Problems – B.I.G./Puff Daddy/Mase
    Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See – Busta
    Ill Be Missing You – Puff Daddy
    All I Need – Method Man/Mary
    Deja Vu – Lord Tariq & Peter Gunz
    Hate Me Now – Nas
    (And The Double 0’s Are Not Over Yet So Ill Wait)

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