30 Top Hip Hop Songs That Have Become Best Selling Rap Tracks

Have you ever heard a song on the radio that made you jump off your seat and just dance with the beat of the music? Or simply follow the chanting words that are in tune to the music? If you did, you must have been listening to one of the popular hip hop songs of the new generation. These top hip hop songs are upbeat and will make you party throughout the night with their awesome rapping along the way.

30 Top Hip Hop Songs You Will Love To Hear Again And Again

Here is the list of top hip hop songs that have become iTunes top selling rap tracks. As these are the most downloaded songs, they are definitely the best and the most popular. You can enjoy and probably include these on your party playlist to dance and groove in style too.

1. Gone (feat. Leroy Sanchez) by Machine Gun Kelly

After Machine Guy Kelly released “World Series” couple of weeks ago, he now released “Gone” which features Leroy Sanchez. Gone is included in Sophomore album “General Admission” which is out for release on October 16, 2015.

2. Come Get Her by Rae Sremmurd

“Come Get Her” was released last September 29, 2015 by EarDrummers and Interscope Records. The music video was released earlier than the song on September 21, 2015 which shows Rae Sremmurd at a country-music line-dancing club.

3. Jugg (feat. Monty) by Fetty Wap

Jugg is one of the many great tracks from Fetty Wap’s debut album which was released last September 25, 2015. The first glimpse of “Jugg” was when Wap shared a small piece of this song via his personal Instagram account. Many were captivated since then and with the addition of Remy Boy Monty, “Jugg” certainly got us hook.

4. Comfortable by K CAMP

K CAMP gave it all at his latest single, “Comfortable”, which was released last September 4, 2015. Produced by Big Fruit, “Comfortable”, may be mistaken as one of the nineties music because it’s very much easy on the ear. However, K CAMP made sure that it’ll also target modern audience which it did effortlessly.

5. Don’t Trip (feat. Ice Cube, Dr. Dre & will.i.am) by The Game


“Don’t Trip” is the 4th track of The Game’s Documentary 2 album which was released last October 9, 2015. This song also features Dr. Dre, Ice Cube and Will.I.Am. As one of the best tracks of the album, “Don’t Trip” was a free downloaded song on iTunes if you have availed the pre-order.

6. No Role Modelz by J. Cole


J. Cole made it evident on this song that he sees no strong and empowered female role models for the young girls of today’s generation. It has been included on the song J. Cole’s journey in life as he realized through the song that he grew up without no particular role model.

7. Energy by Drake


Being one of the most meme-able rapper of the new generation, Drake’s “Energy” speaks about everyone in general but there is no one in particular. The lyrics of the song is quite straight to the point and he touched a lot of aspects in human’s life including the usage of the internet which he somehow condemns and hates.

8. Nothing But Trouble ( Instagram Models) by Lil Wayne & Charlie Puth


The song was released last June 29, 2015 and was produced by Big Beat Records and Atlantic Records. Lil Wayne and Charlie Puth when combined speaks… greatness. “Nothing But Trouble” talks about girls who wants more fame and more… er… Instagram followers. The song’s beat brought everything collectively and the combination of the voices of Wayne and Puth are a great mix and pleasing to the ears.

9. Blasé (feat. Future & Rae Sremmurd) by Ty Dolla $ign


This is the second track on Ty Dolla Sign’s album Free TC (2015) which was released last June 26, 2015. Song written by Tyrone Griffin, Navadius Wilburn and DJ Spinz, the song also features Rae Sremmurd and Future while the music video have cameo appearances from both Dej Loaf and Tinashe.

10. Big Rings by Drake & Future


With the collaboration of two of the best rappers of 2015, Drake and Future’s “Big Ring” has surely become big. The chorus in itself, “I got a really big team! And they need some really big rings! They need some really nice things! Better be coming with no strings!”, is perhaps enough to make you see that these two stars are way bigger than their fame and fortune.

11. All Eyes on You (feat. Chris Brown & Nicki Minaj) by Meek Mill


The song which hit shelves last June 29, 2015 features Meek Mill’s girlfriend Nicki Minaj as well as Chris Brown. The song talks about a certain girl on a club (Minaj) who happened to get the attention of a particular man (Mill) even if there are other girls all around. Chris Brown’s smooth relaxing voice evened out Mill and Minaj’s upbeat rap.

12. Flex (Ooh, Ooh, Ooh) by Richie Homie Quan

The second track from Richie Homie Quan’s mixtape If You Ever Think I Will Stop Goin’ In Ask Double R which was released on February 10, 2015. The music video for this song was released on April 1, 2015 and by August 2015, this has sold 425,000 copies locally. It ranked at number 8 on the US Hot R&B/Hip Hop Song billboard as well as at number 4 on US Hot Rap Songs billboard. Currently, this is a nominee for BET Hip Hop Awards under the categories Best Club Banger and People’s Champ Award.

13. Where Ya At (feat. Drake) by Future

Released on July 18, 2015, this is the third song on Future’s album DS2 and features fellow rapper, Drake. The music video features rooftop dancing by Future with his close partners, DJ Esco and Metro Boomin. “Where Ya At” also becomes Future’s highest charting single as a lead which ranked at number 32 in US Billboard Hot 100 while it was ranked at number 13 in US Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs (Billboard).

14. The Fix (feat. Jeremih) by Nelly

“The Fix” featuring Jeremih is the first track from Nelly’s unnamed and upcoming album. This was produced by Mike Free and ultimate hitmaker, DJ Mustard.

15. See You Again (feat. Charlie Puth) by Wiz Khalifa

The song is a tribute to the late Paul Walker who died in a car crash and was included in the Furious 7: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Written by DJ Frank E, Andrew Cedar, Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth, the song has undergone great and extensive work and production process. Writing the song has also been a personal journey for Puth as he also had a friend who died in a car crash and he was chosen for the vocals due to his emotional attachment to the song. “See You Again” have topped several charts for quite several weeks, not just locally but internationally as well. This has also earned a number 1 spot at Billboard 100 from number 100 during its first release and earned Khalifa’s second number one while Puth’s first.

16. Downtown (feat. Melle Mel, Eric Nally, Grandmaster Caz and Kool Moe Dee) by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis

Sang by American hip hop duo Macklemore and Ryan Lewis and featuring quite a number others, “Downtown” was officially released on August 27, 2015. It peaked at number 15 on US Billboard Hot 100.

17. Back to Back by Drake


Drake has this song up his sleeve to diss American rapper, Meek Mill. Mill was upset that Drake didn’t participate in the promotion of his album and took it to Twitter to which Drake responded with this song and another one titled, “Charged Up”. Mill made a song to diss Drake as well but later on apologized. “Back to Back” topped at number 21 at US Billboard Hot 100.

18. Again by Fetty Wap

This song speaks about winning back a woman following a break-up. “Again” topped US Billboard Hot 100 at number 33 and ranked number 12 at the US Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs (Billboard). It also ranked at number 1 on New Zealand Heatseekers (RMNZ). Even celebrities like Chris Brown are a constant listener to this Fetty Wap’s tune.

19. Trap Queen by Fetty Wap


It was first introduced on March 2014 but was re-released on December 15, 2014 with independent record label, 300 Entertainment. It was included on Billboard Hot 100 in 2015 and peaked at number 2. In United States alone, it sold 2,400,000 copies and also topped several international music charts.

20. Antidote by Travis Scott

This is the second single from Travis Scott’s debut album, Rodeo, which was released last July 29, 2015. The song was originally just a song not intended for the album. However, due to its major popularity, they have decided to include it on his Rodeo album instead. Its music video was released on September 18, 2015. It was ranked at number 65 on US Billboard Hot 100 and at number 24 on US Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs (Billboard).

21. RGF Island by Fetty Wap


“RGF Island” is the opening track of Fetty Wap’s mixtape, Zoo Style. Though it was labelled as a snippet, it doesn’t seemed to be so because of its length. And if his previous “Trap Queen” earned various listeners worldwide, “RGF Island” is more than that. With Wap’s great vocals and the catchy beat of “RGF Island”, this will surely captivate more worldwide listeners.

22. White Iverson by Post Malone

“White Iverson” made Post Malone quite popular after its released last February 2015. The music video was released on July 18, 2015 on MTV. It also peaked at number 68 on the US Billboard Hot 100.

23. My Way (feat. Monty) by Fetty Wap


This song is one of the tracks from Fetty Wap’s self-titled debut album which featured Remy Boyz’s RGF Production’s member, Monty. The song was originally released via SoundCloud last December 2014. However, on Jul 16, 2015, a new version including adlibs to this song leaked and the next day, became one of the commercial singles on iTunes.

24. Hit the Quan by @iHeartMemphis


“Hit the Quan” also started a dance craze with a lot of crazy unpredictable grooves. Just like the dance itself, the song is a true hit record.

25. Right Hand by Drake


Drake released “Right Hand” during the second episode of his OVO Sound Radio on Beats 1. It came after the release of “Charged Up” and “Hotline Bling.”

26. Jumpman by Drake & Future

This track has been inspired by Drake’s partnership with Jordan Brand and is probably one of the best tracks in Drake & Future’s What A Time To Be Alive mixtape.

27. Watch Me (Whip / Nae Nae) by Silentó


“Watch Me (Whip/NaeNae” has become a hit and started an international dance craze even though it was Silentó’s debut album. It ranked at number 3 in US Billboard Hot 100 and sold 1,761,000 copies in the United States alone.

28. Downtown (feat. Melle Mel, Eric Nally, Grandmaster Caz and Kool Moe Dee) by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis


“Downtown” was officially released under Macklemore LLC label last August 27, 2015, together with its music video which was uploaded on Ryan Lewis’ YouTube channel. It peaked in US Billboard Hot 100 at number 15 though it ranked bagged the number 1 spot in Slovakia’s Singles Digital Top 100 and in Australia’s ARIA.

29. 679 (feat. Monty) by Fetty Wap


“679” was actually released on Fetty Wap’s SoundCloud way back in 2014, but did not garner a lot of attention until it was re-released together with its music video on May 2015. It started at number 24 at US Billboard’s Hottest 100 and became one of the top tens within a few weeks time, which peaked at number 5. “679” came from Wap’s birthday which is June 7, 1991.

30. Hotline Bling by Drake

“Hotline Bling” is a digital download which was released on July 31, 2015. It has sold 41,000 copies during its first week and as of October 2015, it has already sold up to 463,000 copies in the United States. It started at number 66 at US Billboard Hot 100 gaining more fanatics which lead it to get the number 3 spot in no time. It also topped several international billboards such as the New Zealand Heatseekers at number 4.

This list is listed from lowest to highest downloaded rates on iTunes. So what are you waiting for? There’s a need to update your playlist now.

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