Rapper Tech N9ne Picks the Top 10 Best Rap Songs for Rockers

Rapper Tech N9ne recently collaborated with Five Finger Death Punch, on their cover of LL Cool J’s “Mama Said Knock You Out,” but his involvement with metal won’t end there–on November 5, he will release Therapy, an EP produced by heavy-music producer extraordinaire Ross Robinson (Korn, Slipknot, Sepultura) and featuring Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland. In anticipation of the EP, Revolver asked Tech N9ne to pick his Top 10 Best Rap Songs for Rockers.

 

 

 

10. BDP, “Criminal Minded”

9. Eric B and Rakim, “Microphone Fiend”

8. Public Enemy, “911 Is A Joke”

7. Public Enemy, “Rebel Without A Pause”

6. NWA, “Appetite For Destruction”

5. LL Cool J, “Rock The Bells”

4. A Tribe Called Quest, “Check The Rhyme”

3. Tupac, “How Do U Want It”

2. Notorious B.I.G., “Juicy”

1. Tech N9ne, “The Rain”

 

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  • Mark

    Love ya, Tech. But don’t put your own song on the list. Also, how about Anthrax/PE “Bring The Noise”, Beastie Boys “Looking Down The Barrel Of A Gun”, Cypress Hill “Rise Up”, Ice-T “The Girl Tried To Kill Me”, Run DMC “King Of Rock”.

    • texshelters

      Right you are Mark, and I would put “‘They’ School” by Dead Prez on the list. Any song that rightly criticism the racism and terrible education for African Americans in public schools is cool by me. PTxS

  • texshelters

    “Juicy” is a terrible song. But anything by NWA, Public Enemy, and Dead Prez can be loved by rockers who listen.

    PTxS

  • Psyko Spike

    K.A.B.O.S.H.-Little Pills