Top 10 Slaps (Summer Edition)

Rolando Del Rio

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Musically, summer 2018 was one of the wettest summers yet. No matter what you did, wait a second. “You hear those shots? Coming on the low?
10. “Who Want The Smoke?” by Lil Yachty featuring Cardi B and Offset, produced by Tay Keith, starts off this dope lineup of songs. Which leads me to this article, “Top 10 Slaps (Summer Edition)”. This song is upbeat and the flow goes crazy which makes it even better. It would make you want to rap it even more.

Got M’s in the bank, like: Yes indeed
9.“Yes Indeed” by Lil Baby and Drake, produced by Wheezy, Drake comes out of nowhere spitting bars then it switches to Lil Baby, who kills his verse with a “Wah-Wah-Wah.” You had to slap this whenever you were driving because it is that type of song that sets the mood for the whole ride.

8. “Psycho”, by Post Malone featuring Ty Dolla $ign, produced by Post Malone and Louis Bell, was definitely a song that you had to play when you’re hanging out with your friends. It gave off that summer, carefree vibe, that a lot of people tend to look for when having a good time.

7. “Lucid Dreams”, produced by Nick Mira, was probably one the most “screamed” songs of this summer. Juice WRLD is only 19 but he is one of today’s most popular artists. With this song, he uses the knowledge he obtained while going through pain and if you understand pain then this song may have a deeper meaning for you and can make you like this song even more.

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6.“Nice For What”, by Drake, produced by BlaqNmilD and Murda Beatz, is another song that either Wild 94.9 or 106.1 KMEL had on constant repeat, due to its high ranking on the billboard charts. There was no way I could forget this song and not add it to the list.

You may have heard the words “Okuurrrrr” or “Eooowwww” at least once this summer and you can probably guess who it was from. The Regular, Degular, Shmegular Girl from The Bronx or as most people know her as, Cardi B. Whose song “I Like It” featuring Bad Bunny and J Balvin, produced by J. White, is ranked at number 5. With this song, Cardi B added Spanish rappers to spice it up a bit and give it that Latin touch. It just made you want to move your body and rap at the same time, almost making you feel as if you’re performing at your own concert.

Yadadamean” is slang for “Do you know what I mean?” which originated in the Bay Area years ago, but Tyga attempted to bring it back in his song
4. “Taste” featuring Offset, produced by D.A. Doman. If you went to any parties this summer, you should know that this was a song that invited everyone to the dance floor to just let loose.

3. “FEFE” by 6ix9ine featuring Nicki Minaj, produced by Murda Beatz, is the next song on this list because regardless of whether or not you like 6ix9ine or Nicki Minaj, whenever you put this song on and turn it all the way up, you have to go off, especially on Nicki’s verse.

Whenever you heard the name KeKe, you knew it had to be “In My Feelings” by Drake, produced by TrapMoneyBenny. This had to be number 2 on the top 10. It doesn’t matter if you can dance or not, you always had to start doing the “KeKe Challenge”.

Unfortunately, this article is coming to an end and it leaves me with the question, “Whatchu’ you gon’ do if I leave?” “BIG BANK” by YG featuring 2 Chainz, Big Sean and Nicki Minaj, produced by DJ Mustard. You already know I had to rank this at number 1. No matter who it is, it can be your mom, aunt, or maybe even your grandma, you always had to stop what you were doing and just start going stupid.