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Hip Hop's 50 Hottest In The Game: The Full Countdown

Fuse counted down Hip Hop's 50 Hottest In The Game—check out the entire countdown from #50 to #1

    50
    50 / 50

    DJ Khaled - "We Takin’ Over" ft. Akon, T.I., Rick Ross, Fat Joe, Birdman, & Lil Wayne

    49
    49 / 50

    Yelawolf - "I Just Wanna Party" ft. Gucci Mane

    48
    48 / 50

    Trinidad James - "All Gold Everything (Remix)" ft. T.I., Young Jeezy & 2 Chainz

    47
    47 / 50

    Waka Flocka Flame - "No Hands" ft. Wale & Roscoe Dash

    46
    46 / 50

    The Weeknd - "Wicked Games"

    45
    45 / 50

    French Montana - "Pop That" ft. Drake, Rick Ross & Lil Wayne

    44
    44 / 50

    Mac Miller - "S.D.S."

    43
    43 / 50

    Fabolous - "Ready" ft. Chris Brown

    42
    42 / 50

    Ace Hood - "Bugatti" ft. Rick Ross & Future

    41
    41 / 50

    Juicy J - "Show Out"

    40
    40 / 50

    Trey Songz - "2 Reasons" ft. T.I.

    39
    39 / 50

    Machine Gun Kelly - "Invincible" ft. Ester Dean

    38
    38 / 50

    Meek Mill - "Young & Gettin’ It" ft. Kirko Bangz

    37
    37 / 50

    Tyga - "Dope" ft. Rick Ross

    36
    36 / 50

    Ludacris - "My Chick Bad" ft. Nicki Minaj

    35
    35 / 50

    Wale - "Bad" ft. Tiara Thomas

    34
    34 / 50

    Lupe Fiasco - "Battle Scars" ft. Guy Sebastian

    33
    33 / 50

    Jay-Z & Alicia Keys - "Empire State of Mind"

    32
    32 / 50

    Tyler, The Creator - "IFHY"

    31
    31 / 50

    Flo Rida - "Low" ft. T-Pain

    30
    30 / 50

    Game - "Celebration" ft. Chris Brown, Tyga, Wiz Khalifa & Lil Wayne

    29
    29 / 50

    Diddy-Dirty Money - "Loving You No More" ft. Drake

    28
    28 / 50

    Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa - "Young, Wild & Free" ft. Bruno Mars

    27
    27 / 50

    Miguel - "How Many Drinks?" ft. Kendrick Lamar

    26
    26 / 50

    50 Cent - "Major Distribution" ft. Snoop Dogg & Young Jeezy

    25
    25 / 50

    Birdman - "Money to Blow" ft. Lil Wayne & Drake

    24
    24 / 50

    J. Cole - "Power Trip" ft. Miguel

    23
    23 / 50

    Nas - "Bye Baby"

    22
    22 / 50

    B.o.B - "We Still in This B*tch" ft. T.I. & Juicy J

    21
    21 / 50

    Young Jeezy - "R.I.P." ft. 2 Chainz

    20
    20 / 50

    Big Sean - "Guap"

    19
    19 / 50

    Frank Ocean - "Swim Good"

    18
    18 / 50

    Wiz Khalifa - "Let It Go" ft. Akon

    17
    17 / 50

    Dr. Dre - "I Need a Doctor" ft. Eminem & Skylar Grey

    16
    16 / 50

    Future - "Same Damn Time"

    15
    15 / 50

    T.I. - "Ball" ft. Lil Wayne

    14
    14 / 50

    A$AP Rocky - "F**king Problems" ft. Drake, 2 Chainz & Kendrick Lamar

    13
    13 / 50

    Macklemore & Ryan Lewis - "Can’t Hold Us" ft. Ray Dalton

    12
    12 / 50

    Chris Brown - "Look at Me Now" ft. Lil Wayne & Busta Rhymes

    11
    11 / 50

    Rick Ross - "Diced Pineapples" ft. Wale & Drake

    10
    10 / 50

    Beyoncé - "Upgrade U" ft. Jay-Z

    9
    9 / 50

    2 Chainz - "Birthday Song" ft. Kanye West

    8
    8 / 50

    Lil Wayne - "Love Me" ft. Drake & Future

    7
    7 / 50

    Rihanna - "What’s My Name?" ft. Drake

    6
    6 / 50

    Nicki Minaj - "Beez in the Trap" ft. 2 Chainz

    5
    5 / 50

    Eminem - "Not Afraid"

    4
    4 / 50

    Jay-Z & Kanye West - "Otis"

    3
    3 / 50

    Kendrick Lamar - "Swimming Pools (Drank)"

    2
    2 / 50

    Kanye West - "Mercy" ft. Big Sean, Pusha T & 2 Chainz

    1
    1 / 50

    Drake - "Started from the Bottom"

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