A month ago, we reviewed the best hip hop tracks of the year.
Now, we take a look back at the best of 2018.
We’ve ranked each of the tracks in order of their popularity, then examined their relative value in 2018.
The Top 10: The Best Hip-Hop Tracks of 2018 The following is a list of the 10 best hiphop tracks from 2018.
They’re not necessarily the best songs of the same year.
The list is by no means comprehensive, and we’ll also be adding more tracks in the coming weeks.
The albums in question: Allure, The Blueprint, The Heist, A Tribe Called Quest, The War on Drugs, and Young Fathers.
We also included a few other releases and artists, but these are all good ones, too.
Allure’s “Proud” became the first song of 2018 to top the Billboard Hot 100.
“Dangerous Woman” by Future topped the Hot 100 on the heels of “No Lie” and “Candy,” respectively.
The blueprint of the Allure album was released on March 1, 2018, the day after Future and Future’s wife, Lil Wayne, released a video for the track.
The Heist’s “G.O.
O, Mr. Good” went to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart.
The album was produced by Young Fathers, and “The Blueprint” features Young Fathers’ daughter, A.A. Adore.
The War On Drugs’ “Sober” was released the following day, and it was also featured on the Blueprint album.
The rapper’s “Mighty” and the “Might & Magic” album were released on June 12, 2018.
All these releases were in the top 10 of the Hot 200, while The Blueprint went to #5 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.
Drake’s “Hotline Bling” was featured on The Blueprint album, and was also the third song of the Blueprint project to be featured on a Drake album.
“Ride” by Young Thug was released after “Sovereign,” and was one of the top five songs of 2018 on the album.
Future’s “The Heist” peaked at #2 on the chart.
Young Fathers’s “R.I.P.R.O.,” featuring Future’s daughter, was the third best song of 2017, following Future’s title track from “Grown,” and “Lights,” which was also produced by Future.
All of these releases are in the Top 10 of Billboard’s Hot 200.
“No Limit” by Drake was the fourth best song on the charts, followed by Future’s single “Fancy,” featuring his daughter, Future, and the single “I Got It,” which debuted at #7.
Future and Young Thurgues “Macho Man” hit No. 6 on the albums chart.
Future released “L.A.” on July 10, 2018 after releasing “The Big Bitch” and his sophomore album, “I Am Young.”
The song peaked at No. 5 on the radio charts.
“Lift Up” by R. Kelly was the first single to top 50 on the new Hot R and R&b Songs charts.
Future, Lil and Young’s daughter released “B.A