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Funko
11-10-2007, 09:38:14
http://www.catsandbeer.com/music/the-top-10-rap-songs-white-people-love

Read this and thought of Scabby. :D

I don't really know 10-6 but the top 5 is spot on.

Scabrous Birdseed
12-10-2007, 18:07:25
It's very, very seriously missing perrennial indie-rocker favourite "Insane in the Brain" by Cypress Hill. Other than that a fun list. :D

Drekkus
21-10-2007, 18:58:46
I agree with Jeff :lol:

Jeff October 10th, 2007 7:09 am
Yeah man, Iím white and I get where youíre coming from on a few of theseÖBut this really should be categorized as "Songs that douchebags (who are often white) love." And come on - even douchebags donít like "Whoomp there it is."

Truth be told, 10-7 are pretty on the money, as well as your top 2. But those other five simply tells me that you are hanginí with some LAME ass white people.

Being a 30 year old white guy from the suburbs, most of my fellow honkies prefer to go nuts over: all tracks from The Chronic, selected Tribe Called Quest songs, and Ice Cube after he stopped scaring us.

Venom
24-10-2007, 14:44:59
Don't fuck with The Chronic dammmit! DON'T DO IT!

Greg W
17-11-2007, 11:24:55
And Aerosmith/Run DMC with Walk This Way doesn't even get an honourable mention? :confused:

King_Ghidra
20-11-2007, 09:55:25
that's a crossover track, these are rap tracks. there aren't any guitar solos in these.

Scabrous Birdseed
20-11-2007, 10:03:31
Are you saying you cant have guitar solos in real hip-hop? I beg to differ.

http://www.zshare.net/audio/4768149562fe27/

Greg W
20-11-2007, 23:54:46
Originally posted by King_Ghidra
that's a crossover track, these are rap tracks. there aren't any guitar solos in these. I don't see it as much different from Beastie Boys - Fight for your right to party, which also got an honourable mention. /shrug

Debaser
21-11-2007, 03:06:22
The difference is Fight for your Right to Party is good, while Walk This Way is shite.

Shining1
30-11-2007, 21:58:31
I didn't know half the tracks he listed.

Then he puts Vanilla Ice in (surely qualifies as a Rap Song That White People Hate?), and leaves out Calidfornia Love and In Da Club.

Again, we're talking about the hypothetical dumb stupid loser white people so beloved of American Cultural Comparison, instead of the real white people.