The 50 Funniest Rap Songs

March 13, 2018

Read the full list on Complex.com!

As hip-hop remains a staple in our society, we continue to appreciate the artists behind this broad genre of music. While Biggie and Tupac represent the best of hip-hop excellence from both coasts, we also remember these two as humans beings, just like the rest of us. With that comes personality, charm, and, of course, a good sense-of-humor.

Today, with the ever-changing nuances of technology and the Internet, rappers can express themselves and their senses of humor in ways far beyond that their music. Whether it’s a GIF, a tweet, a meme, a Snapchat — there’s never a bad time to insert comedy into any given situation. When it comes to music videos, Lil Dicky sets the bar high with “$ave Dat Money,” which clocks in at over 84 million views and counting. Aside from his undeniable talent behind the mic, LD effortlessly reveals a career in comedy is at his fingertips.

Instagram is another example of a platform where an artist can let their true colors shine. For 50 Cent, this means trolling whoever and whatever comes in sight. And speaking of IG, leave it to Yo Gotti to get your DM’s poppin’.

But the comedy far predates YouTube, Snapchat, and Instagram; Eminem wouldn’t be Eminem if it wasn’t for the “The Real Slim Shady.” The Ying Yang Twins brought nasty to a whole new level when they created a song so dirty they had to whisper it? After rapping about Jesus, Kanye West took the next logical step and created a safe place for all the gold diggers in the world. And how could we forget that Sisqo made a song about a certain style of underwear that had everyone ready to hit up Victoria’s Secret.

All this goes to say, hip-hop can be taken lightly, too. Sometimes, we just have to laugh and appreciate the lyrics for what they are. Without further ado, here are the 50 funniest rap songs.

50. Hurricane Chris “Ay Bay Bay” (2007)

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Album: 51/50 Ratchet

“You wanna know what we say in the club (ay bay bay) / White folks, gangstas, and the thugs (ay bay bay).” Shout out to Hurricane Chris for uniting all the cliques in the club. But we’ve gotta say, the line, “It’s so hot up in the club that I ain’t got no shoes on” is questionable. No shade to Chris, but under no circumstance should a grown man be walking around the club barefoot. That’s just nasty.

49. Drake “Hotline Bling” (2015)

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Album: Views

Leave it to Drizzy to make an entire song about a booty call. “Hotline Bling” has Drake reminiscing on the days he was just an average guy in Toronto, shooting his shot with one particular female (Nebby). Thanks, Drake: now we all wait impatiently for our own hotlines to bling.

48. Chris Brown “Loyal” (2014)

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Album: X

“When a rich nigga want you / And your nigga can’t do nothing for ya / These hoes ain’t loyal.” Is this Chris Brown’s biggest struggle in life? Finding a girl he likes and knowing he can stunt on her under any circumstance? And then there’s: “I can make a broke bitch rich / But I don’t fuck with broke bitches.” At least he’s got standards?


47. Big Sean “I Don’t Fuck With You” (2014)

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Album: Dark Sky Paradise

This record had Big Sean going in: “You little stupid ass bitch, I ain’t fuckin’ with you / You little, you little dumb ass bitch, I ain’t fuckin’ with you / I got a million trillion things I’d rather fuckin’ do / Than to be fuckin’ with you.” An undeniable banger, this record has the middle finger emoji written all over it.

46. Skee-Lo “I Wish” (1995)

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Album: I Wish

“I wish I was a little bit taller, I wish I was a baller / I wish I had a girl who looked good, I would call her” is the perfect reminder that no one is perfect and everyone is striving to be someone else—including rappers. But the next line left everyone confused: “I wish I had a rabbit in a hat with a bat.” Say what?

45. Missy Elliott “Work It” (2002)

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Album: Under Construction

“Is it worth it? Let me work it / I put my thing down, flip it and reverse it / Ti esrever dna ti pilf, nwod gniht ym tup.” Hold up—Missy Elliott is queen for this. She literally drops a bar, spins it backwards, and then has the entire world reciting that same line of gibberish like it’s poetry. A true visionary.


44. MC Hammer “U Can’t Touch This” (1990)

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Album: Please Hammer, Don’t Hurt ‘Em

It’s a proven scientific fact that reciting the words “U can’t touch this” over and over gifts you with the confidence of a lifetime. With the line, “Yo, sound the bell, school’s in, sucka,” Hammer happily takes on the teaching role in showing the masses how to have a good time. He even puts his personal stamp on the lesson—”Hammer time!”

43. Sir Mix-a-Lot “Baby Got Back” (1992)

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Album: Mack Daddy

“Oh, my, god, Becky, look at her butt. It is so big. She looks like one of those rap guys’ girlfriends…” How many of us have this intro memorized by heart? We have Sir-Mix-A-Lot to thank for the perfect term for basic white girls, and for the booty-appreciation anthem that still slaps today.

42. Run-DMC “It’s Tricky” (1986)

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Album: Raising Hell

Here’s a rap song that highlights how difficult it is to actually make a rap song, from one of hip-hop most iconic groups. The first verse goes: “I met this little girlie, her hair was kinda curly / Went to her house and bust her out, I had to leave real early”—that took a left turn real quick. Right when you think it’s going to be a cute nursery rhyme, you get hit with some explicit imagery.


41. Soulja Boy “Crank That” (2007)

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Album: Souljaboytellem.com

At one point in time, everyone and their mom knew the “Crank That” dance, but that doesn’t make it any less goofy. In hindsight, “crank that” could serve as a double entendre for masturbating frequently and/or turning up the volume. You pick.

40. Lil Jon “Snap Yo FIngers” (2006)

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Album: Snap Yo Fingers

Lil Jon somehow made it cool to snap your fingers in the club, on some West Side Story shit. In fact, he even made it okay to get fucked up to the point that you don’t know how you’re getting home. We can feel the SMH’s from the rents.

39. OutKast “Ms. Jackson” (2000)

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Album: Stankonia

Andre 3000 starts off this record with a shout out to all the baby mamas, and even the mamas of the baby mamas. Sounds sweet, but things get a little funnier when you realize that this is a true telling of 3 Stacks’ own baby mama drama with Erykah Badu. The direct apology to Badu’s mother, Ms. Wright—covered up as Ms. Jackson—became one of OutKast’s biggest hits.


38. Big Sean f/ Nicki Minaj “Dance (A$$) Remix” (2011)

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Album: Finally Famous

How many times can you say “ass” in one song? Sean Don and Nicki attempted to find out, and had every female twerking in the mirror. Wonder how many people visited “Waikikiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii” when this came out.

37. Cardi B “Bodak Yellow” (2017)

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Album: Bodak Yellow

For those who don’t know, “Bodak Yellow” is a play off Kodak Black’s “No Flockin’.” The “B” is for the latter part of Cardi’s name, and the Yellow is because she’s “a yellow bitch,” or light-skinned. The line “got a bag and fixed my teeth” confirms her glow up from stripper to iconic female rapper. Nothing is funnier than throwing this on and watching a crowd feel themselves just like Cardi herself.

36. Shaggy “It Wasn’t Me” (2000)

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Album: Hot Shot

Shaggy shamelessly created an anthem for all the cheaters in the world. The best part of “It Wasn’t Me,” of course, is the fact that it was him. Props to Shaggy for about putting his own business on blast.


35. Yo Gotti “Down in the DM” (2016)

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Album: The Art of Hustle

The best thing to ever happen to Instagram. While direct messaging on Twitter had been around for forever, Instagram’s direct messaging feature totally changed the game. Shout out to Gotti for giving every thirsty man (and woman) his blessing to shoot their shot.

34. Ying Yang Twins “Wait (The Whisper Song)” (2005)

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Album: U.S.A. (United States of Atlanta)

This one is just pure genius. One of the dirtiest songs in hip-hop, the Ying Yang Twins brought us a club rat anthem, despite the entire song literally being rapped in a whisper. Shhhhhh—let the Ying Yang Twins speak.

33. Ludacris “Move Bitch” (2001)

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Album: Word of Mouf

We don’t know what’s more offensive, Ludacris screaming at you to move, or Ludacris calling you a bitch. Either way, it works. Moral of the story: don’t piss Luda off.


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32. D4L “Laffy Taffy” (2005)

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Album: Down for Life

Someone get D4L an endorsement deal with Wonka. Here’s another one to bring your candy fantasies to life. “Girls call me Jolly Rancher / Cause I stay so hard / You can suck me for a long time, Oo my God!” Not sure if the parents appreciate this one, but hip-hop sure does.

31. Jibbs “Chain Hang Low” (2006)

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Album: Jibbs Featuring Jibbs

“Do your chain hang low? / Do it wobble to the flo’? / Do it shine in the light? / Is it platinum, is it gold?” First off, whose chain really can hit the floor? Wouldn’t that hurt your heck? Whatever the answer may be, Jibbs sent out a somewhat-silly PSA that every man in the rap game should be rocking ice around their neck at all times. Bling bling.

30. 50 Cent “Candy Shop” (2005)

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Album: The Massacre

50 Cent really changed the double entendre game with “Candy Shop.” Although it was meant to be sexy, you can’t help but laugh at some of the lyrics. Even the younger generations knew exactly what he meant when he said, “I’ll let ya lick the lollipop.”

29. Dr. Dre f/ Snoop Dogg, Nate Dogg & Kurupt “The Next Episode” (1999)

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Album: 2001

“Smoke weed every day” might be Snoop’s most famous line to date. And it all started here, with Dr. Dre’s “The Next Episode.” Mind you, this was before weed was legal anywhere; but leave it to Uncle Snoop to proudly rise up for all the stoners.

28. Kanye West “Gold Digger” (2005)

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Album: Late Registration

Leave it to Kanye to validate the existence of all gold diggers all around the world. With Jamie Foxx bodying the background vocals, Ye turned his thoughts and perspectives on money-thirsting women into a mainstream record. Guaranteed you can throw this on and still get everybody in the club hollering, “We want prenup, yeah!”

27. Sisqo “Thong Song” (1999)

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Album: Unleash the Dragon

Sisqo left his mark on hip-hop with this classic ode to panties. Lyrics like “Baby, move your butt, butt, butt / I think I’ll sing it again / She had dumps like a truck, truck, truck / Thighs like what? What? What?” will stay with us forever. But don’t worry, you can always get the censored version.

26. Luniz “I Got 5 On It” (1995)

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Album: Operation Stackola

This might be the best weed song in the history of hip-hop, and its legacy as hilarious is directly correlated with its impact. The tune children all around the States screaming “I got 5 on it!” — without knowing the true meaning behind the record. News flash: it means he’s got 5 dollars on the dime bag.

25. Run-DMC “You Be Illin” (1986)

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AlbumRaising Hell

According to Run-DMC, these are the times when you’re illin: when you go to KFC and order a Big Mac; when you scream “Touchdown!” at a basketball game; when your breath stinks; when you eat a taco only to realize that it’s filled with dog food. Some more examples: When you go the bathroom only to realize you’re not sitting on a toilet, you’re sitting on a person’s head! When you…actually, that’s the one example. That’s the only ‘illin’ thing we can think of.

24. Obie Trice “Got Some Teeth” (2003)

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Obie Trice’s first single from “Cheers” is a wake-up call: call your dentist. You don’t want to be the person someone wakes up to, where they’re hoping/praying/fingers-crossed sweating that you’ve “at least” got your teeth. I have a dentist appointment on Monday at 1:30PM. This isn’t a joke, I’m putting it here so that, 1.) I remember, and 2.) now any potential dates reading this know I’ve got my business and incisors straight.


23. Afroman “Because I Got High” (2000)

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AlbumBecause I Got High

Wait, wait, wait. Why’d we ever laugh at this song again? Oh right.

22. MF DOOM f/ Mr. Fantastik “Rap Snitch Knishes” (2004)

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AlbumMm.. Food

“Rap Snitches Knishes” is MF DOOM’s attack on rappers for copping to the crimes they (allegedly) commit in all the songs they record. You know, like disregarding your WeightWatchers points or cheating on tests or fudging the numbers in a pick-up game of basketball, which we’ve heard in all of those classic songs. Well, well, well, MF DOOM, it certainly takes a lot of guts to make such an accusation when you’re hiding your face. (What are you, a blogger?) But what people may not realize is that behind MF DOOM’s mask hides…a rapper. A rapper, indeed.

21. The Sugarhill Gang “Rapper’s Delight” (1979)

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AlbumSugarhill Gang

Sugarhill Gang’s “Rapper’s Delight” is definitely the start of humor in hip-hop (if not the semi-official start of hip-hop as we know it), especially for Wonder Mike’s verse on his friend’s mother’s awful cooking. Clever, pointed, and funny, this verse became not only a staple for kids trying to impress their friends with their memorization skills, but also a huge boon for Kaopectate, the bismuth subsalicylate that treated diarrhea, which Wonder Mike casually name-dropped. Sadly, try as they might, Kaopectate competitor Pepto-Bismol has never successfully broken into the Bar Mitzvah song world.

20. Mighty Casey “White Girls” (2003)

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AlbumOriginal Rudebwoy

For those of you readers too young to remember (which probably means all of you), BET Uncut was a block of programming in which the venerable network played not only music videos deemed too “adult” for primetime viewing, but also clips from weirdos and lunatics who put together a couple-thousand dollars for a song and video. So, you’d see a lot of naked women, a lot of guns with the occasional homemade oddities throw into the mix. Such was “White Girls,” probably the most memorable video to come from that era other than “Tip Drill” by Nelly. I won’t spoil the song for you, but basically, it’s not what you think it’s about. (It’s about freeing Tibet.)

19. Suga Free “Thinkin” (2004)

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AlbumThe New Testament (The Truth)

If you thought Snoop Dogg, 50 Cent, or Katt Williams was the funniest pimp-talking rapper (oh, you forgot Katt was signed to Diplomat Records??), then you’re very mistaken. Thankfully you’ve stumbled upon this list! With lines like “But I, I spit this game so swell/No, put your clothes back on, baby/I’m into breakin’ hearts, promises and fingernails,” you might need to be pimp-slapped to stop from laughing, pimp.

18. Big Tymers “Still Fly” (2002)

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AlbumHood Rich

From what we remember, in 2002, the United States was in an economic downturn, but #newmoneyproblems, amirite? This song—and Ali’s “Boughetto”—exemplified that sort of SPEND MONEY, FIGURE IT OUT LATER ethos. (At the time, I don’t think I got the sarcasm; I think I bought into Baby’s logic. I think I was an idiot. No, I know I was an idiot.) The song celebrates those of you who might be slumming it on the side of the road, but look good doing it. Speaking of: Shouts to the guys panhandling on the subway who have nicer shoes than I do. #FollowFriday those guys.

17. Mac Dre “Not My Job” (2004)

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AlbumThe Genie of the Lamp

The best line of the song? “Bitch gon’ ask me to come with her to grocery shop. I told her straight up like this, ‘No siree bob’! That’s not my job, I don’t do that.” So, like, writing anything beyond that…I just don’t feel like it. I’m just gonna quote Mac Dre (RIP) and maybe take a nap while watching TV. It’s 10AM right now, I don’t have time for this. That’s, uh, not my job.

16. Devin the Dude “Lacville ’79” (2002)

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AlbumJust Tryin’ ta Live

Are we laughing at, or with Devin the Dude, when he talks about his hurtin’ hooptie? “Like my electrical rear view mirror don’t move like it ‘posed to/even the objects in that mothafucka need to be closer.” This is like Ice Cube’s “It was a Good Day,” only with non-working switches. You may find his amazingly detailed version of his non-detailed car to be hilarious, but hey, it gets him from place to place. And even if you don’t like this song, as Devin knows, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.

15. 50 Cent “How to Rob” (1999)

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AlbumPower of the Dollar

Ha, this audio-pamphlet was amazing; it deserves a Caldecott Award or a sticker or whatever one gives pocket-books for a job well done. Listening to it now, with 20/20 hindsight, it was like a blog post before blog posts were a real thing. I bet, if you searched hard enough in the way-back machine, you could find a bunch of hacky WordPress drafts inspired by 50’s style, so you know, oof. But really, I honestly love 50’s attitude of pointing around the room and saying, “Fuck you, fuck you, fuck you, you’re cool, fuck you, I’m out“…except without the “you’re cool.” No one was better or funnier than old 50, as opposed to the old 50 we see now.

14. Public Enemy “Can’t Do Nuttin’ for Ya Man” (1990)

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AlbumFear of a Black Planet

Okay, maybe the content of Public Enemy’s “Can’t Do Nuttin’ For Ya Man” isn’t the funniest, but who can argue with Flava Flav’s laughing/rambling/laughing at the end of the song? #FlavaFlavLaugh

13. Akinyele “Put It in Your Mouth” (1996)

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AlbumPut It in Your Mouth

Some people (wrongly) think that Akinyele gave an anthem to equal-opportunity oral sex fiends, misogynists and creeps everywhere when he told women to just “put it in” their mouth(s). Some people don’t find this song funny at all; they see it as demeaning, crude and classless. Some people wouldn’t want to see this on Complex’s list of “Funniest Rap Songs.” And to that, we tell them to go put something in their somethings! What do you wanna lick, pussy or dick, you know? Or like, just, whatever. It’s a song. Go read Raffi’s Wikipedia page if it’s such a problem.

12. Cam’ron “On Fire Tonight” (2002)

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AlbumCome Home With Me

What’s “On Fire Tonight?” Maybe the club is so hot, it’s seemingly on fire? Maybe he finds a girl so attractive that she’s on fire? Maybe Cam is reminding everyone to change the batteries in their smoke detectors every daylight savings? Could it be his audition tape for color commentating (he is a former ballplayer)? Oh… wait. It’s about sexually transmitted diseases. CAM WINS AGAIN.

11. Sporty Thievz “Cheapskate” (1998)

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AlbumStreet Cinema

Girls say that they love a man with a good sense of humor. Girls say that wealth isn’t everything. Girls say that they can stand on their own, independent, and that love transcends all. Well, Sporty Thievz certainly puts all of that to the test with their song, “Cheapskate.” “All she getting is a pre-shrunked tee with holes in it”? That’s gotta be a joke, right?

10. The Pharcyde “Ya Mama” (1991)

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AlbumBizarre Ride II the Pharcyde

Sure, it’s a dumb song, but dumb can still be funny. I mean, “Ya Mama” is so dumb I told her Christmas was around the corner and it went looking for it! WHOOAAAAAAAAA. “Ya Mama” is so dumb, it thought Tupac Shakur was a Jewish holiday. BUUUUUUUUUHHHHHHH. “Ya Mama” is so LOL that I’m not writing any more “ya mama” jokes. Little known fact: this song would eventually be developed into a TV show hosted by Wilmer Valderrama, where Wilmer Valderrama was so braindead, people thought he was ya mama. And you, reader, just got Wilmer Valder-ya-mama’d.

9. Beastie Boys “Paul Revere” (1986)

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AlbumLicensed to Ill

A great and hilarious song by the universally-loved Beastie Boys. Here now, a list of those who didn’t find this song too funny: my history teachers, grades 6 through 12; the British redcoats; the sheriff; sheriff associations everywhere; the piano player; Ben Franklin, who may have been an inventor, political theorist, politician, postmaster, printer, scientist, and author, but he never had a rap song written about him.

8. Doug E. Fresh & Slick Rick “La Di Da Di” (1985)

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Album: N/A

After running out his house without his Kangol hat, Slick Rick runs into a former girlfriend, only for the girl’s mother to beat up her daughter and JERRY! JERRY! JERRY! JERRY! JERRY! JERRY! JERRY! JERRY! JERRY! JERRY! JERRY! JERRY! JERRY! JERRY! JERRY! JERRY! JERRY! JERRY! JERRY! JERRY! JERRY! JERRY! JERRY! JERRY! JERRY! JERRY! JERRY!

7. DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince “Parents Just Don’t Understand” (1988)

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AlbumHe’s the DJ, I’m the Rapper

It doesn’t take a RapGenius™ to #understand what’s happening in this song: Will Smith’s parents didn’t #understand their son was just driving around with a 12-year-old runaway-slash-prostitute and crashing their stolen Porsche as a homework assignment for his I’M A GAZILLIONAIRE AND WHO CARES WHAT MY PARENTS HAVE TO SAY class. They should’ve learned all that at a parent-teacher conference, but maybe they weren’t all that involved. Like, they were probably too busy not caring that Will Smith was hanging out with Scientologists, smoking cigarettes on the corner and passing out stress tests with Xenu. If only there were a handbook for parents…

6. Redman “Sooperman Luva II” (1994)

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AlbumDare Iz a Darkside

Sure, Lil Wayne claims to be a Martian to explain his weirdness but Redman reps Newark; long after finding fame, MTV Cribs featured him proudly living in a shoebox. As for “Sooperman Luva II”, Reggie was…uh…well, what do you think he was smoking when he came up with this song? Plastic? Banana peels? A bong bulb filled with the blue stuff found in barber shops? Because he’s talking about having sex with the lady Jetsons and Rosie the Robot while acting out his James Bond fantasy…in space. “Sooperman Luva II” would make for a really good Adult Swim show, but only if it were aired on an irregular basis and dubbed in Cyrillic on a budget of $77 for the whole thing.

5. Eminem “My Name Is” (1999)

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AlbumThe Slim Shady LP

Marshall Mathers is a preeminent MC—there is no questioning that. He is a wordsmith like no other, 100%. But when it comes to Eminem’s laugh lines, there are differing opinions. Look, Eminem’s humor might not be for everyone, that’s fine. It may be sophomoric, yes. It could be crude, true. It has been called silly, stupid, over-the-top, crass, and even basic. But the fact of the matter is, no one—NO ONE—can make a Pamela Anderson (Lee) joke (remember her?) like arguably the greatest rapper of all time, Eminem.

4. Ice Cube “Look Who’s Burnin'” (1991)

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AlbumDeath Certificate

OK, for anyone who didn’t know, here’s proof that even before Friday and Next Friday, Ice Cube was getting people to laugh. (Afterwards is a different story.) The scenario, as Cube lays it out: He goes to the free clinic to get a physical for his job. Sure, normal thing that everyone does. Turns out it’s a free STD clinic! Ice Cube, didn’t you see the sign? BONK. Anyway, he sees some girls he knows and makes fun of them for having VDs, end of story. And yes, it’s funny, but the best part of all of this is that the title draws inspiration from 1989’s Look Who’s Talking and 1990’s Look Who’s Talking Too. Incredible. Like it’s part of the trilogy or something.

3. Digital Underground “Humpty Dance” (1990)

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AlbumSex Packets

Besides the fact that Shock G took on a role as the Groucho Marx-looking “Humpty Hump,” Digital Underground’s legendary take on the instructional dance song is most memorable for the line, “I’m a freak; I like the girls with the boom/I once got busy in a Burger King bathoom.” While the song is hilarious, that line conjures up plenty of questions that aren’t so funny, like 1.) was Humpty a Burger King employee, 2.) did he wash his hands afterwards, and 3.) if he used paper towels to dry off, did he dispose of them in the proper receptacle, and not flush them down the toilet, because that can clog and ruin the pipes and ’cause much more trouble for the other workers than just missing a shift on the grill to get “busy” with some random customer in a fast food bathroom?

2. The Notorious B.I.G. “Just Playing (Dreams)” (1993)

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AlbumReady to Die

Girls love guys who are assholes. And in “Dreams (Just Playin’),” it’s easy to see how Biggie, when kicking game, could walk that line between charming and disgusting. B.I., who clearly had a tremendous sense of humor, took lighthearted pokes at all the R&B queens he wanted to poke, and in the end it’s all a bunch of laughs—except if you’re a member of X-Scape. I’m gonna say they probably don’t keep this song on their iPhones.

1. Biz Markie “Just a Friend” (1989)

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AlbumThe Biz Never Sleeps

Biz Markie’s tale of groupie love gone awry is loved first and foremost for its melody, but the truth of the matter is, it’s a very clever song. Its use of “blah-blah-blah” as the girl in question’s name predates Seinfeld; the storyline is a succinct yarn with funny punchlines; and even the ending, which we all see coming, it brought about in a self-effacing manner NOT THAT ANYONE REALLY CARES CAUSE WHEN YOU’RE WINDING DOWN THE NIGHT AT YOUR FAVORITE DRINKING HOLE, IT’S EASY TO SING TO THE CHORUS… YOU! YOU GOT WHAT I NEEEEEEEEEEEED…

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