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The 50 Best Hip Hop Workout Songs Ever



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hip-hop sweats. It grunts. It pulls and pushes. When paused, the beat always returns. And the whole time boast and boast and never give up. Hip-Hop is not just something that you can play during your workout. It's a training . Just try by Outkasts "B.O.B." or keep your pulse steady through Kanye's "Stronger". Blast Wu Tang Clan's "Bring Da Ruckus" over your headphones and you will not riot. Hip Hop Themes and These 50 Tracks – compiled by our editors clinking their plates, earning miles and burning stadium steps to best motivate Men's Health . Turn it up.

. 1
"Lose Control" by Missy Elliot (feat Ciara, Fatman Scoop)

What, did you think we would start anything with less than a nonstop banger from one of the greatest hip-hop artists ever? Time? GET AT IT.

Motivational lyric: All here // Out of control // Out of the wall // Because offense has said so

2. "BOB." from Outkast

Yes, yes, yes "Hey Ya!" What ever. Three years before this pop phenomenon, Andre and Big Boi dealt with this five-minute powerhouse from 2000 Stankonia as hard as possible. The Message: Do not say that you can do anything you can not save.

Motivational Poetry: You can not stop a move // ​​Who wants which? Do not be unprepared

3. "Go!" by Killer Mike

Before they were Run the Jewels, they were killer Mike and El-P. This track off for 2012 R.A.P. Music is a non-stop song in which El-P scratches and claps at a stroke that sounds like a 100-yard dash.

Motivational Poetry: I go in, I go hard // I go stupid, oh my god [19659006] 4. "Way of Life" by Lil Wayne

Long before Tha Carter III ago Wayne's beef with Birdman, before Cash Money's fallout, was this relaxed, livable jam of 2002, which focused on how great it is to be great. Do you know when you have one or two weeks (or one month) break in the gym? Play this for the motivation to return.

Motivational lyric: Baby, I'm a stunna // I will not change it // Do you know, it's a way of life?

. 5 "Go Harder" by Chief Keef

Sosa pushes and pushes and pushes on this dis track 2015. And the car tune? How it snaps the hook with every stroke? As if it would become Super Saiyajin? Use this power.

Motivational lyric: We are hard, hard, hard, hard, hard, hard

6. "Victory" by Puff Daddy [1965-07] Biggie unleashes his lyrical genius over a sample of Bill Conti's rocky soundtrack. The fact that the song was released just a few months after BIG's death adds another layer to Sean Comb's heavy intro: "Yo, the sun does not shine forever // But as long as she's here, we might as well seem together.

Motivational Poetry: Excellency is my presence, never tense, never hesitant

7. "Parking Lot" by Anderson .Paak

Malibu had many songs that encouraged you to increase the speed of the treadmill, but this tight leash of a track has a calm urgency that is on your tail lies.

Motivational Texts: Around midnight I'm wide awake // And are not you afraid of fading?

. 8 "Talk to Me" by Run the Jewels

It's as if the world had gone down and RTJ had commanded the megaphone, the podium and the masses. Who needs a personal trainer when Killer Mike can yell at you during the reruns with "I TOLD YA & LL SUCKAS"?

Motivational Lyrics: Brave men did not die under cover in the Vietnam crap, so I could not style you // I did not walk uphill to the beach and walk back to avoid being fierce

9. Ho99o9's "Street Power"

John Carpenter's Sampling Halloween would be frightening enough, but then the hip-hop punk group from Jersey rages in a follow-up vocal that feels like you're going chases a madman. And you can only try to run faster.

Motivational Poetry: No time for the weak I'm just Tryna Surviva

10. "The Other Side" by Dizzee Rascal

The Grime Rapper asks the questions familiar to anyone who has ever sweated for the sake of change.

Motivational Poetry: How much do you want that? // Do you really want it, really?

. 11 "Chips" by Talib Kweli (feat Waka Flocka Flame)

The Brooklyn rapper remains undefeated in an example of a 1999 Ruff Ryders song powered by Swiss Beatz. You'll feel like you have your own brass band behind you – one headed by a Waka Flocka.

Motivational lyric: I need the ring, give me the ring The ring // Sit in the ring before I sing // You'll see me win with my team.

12th "X" by Kendrick Lamar (feat. 2 Chainz, Saudi, Schoolboy Q)

"X" stands for "10", the level where Kendrick, 2 Chainz, Saudi and Schoolboy are and were. You pose the challenge: Will you join?

Motivational lyric: Too much gimmick here, Go-Go gadget this // Too much bread to get it, I got stretched // Not crazy Up, I'm not resting enough // I'm not planning any luck, me keep working hard

13. Meek Mill's "Millidelphia" (feat. Swizz Beatz)

Meek drives a winning round through his hometown on this part-Ode-Part-Slam track in 2018. His stamina is contagious. Give in.

Motivational text: Wooh! // Show time! // King is back! // Ha!

fourteenth "Uproar" by Lil Wayne (feat Swizz Beatz)

Swizz delivers a beat that sounds like a cross between an NBA team performance and the culmination of a chase movie. And Weezy grabs it and runs away. This is a reminder that hip-hop, like training, should not always be taken so seriously.

Motivational Poetry: Aimin on your head like a buffalo // You a nack, I'm a cutthroat [19659006] 15th "No Problem" by Chance the Rapper (feat Lil Wayne, 2 Chainz) [19659007] You might argue if Chance or Kendrick is the biggest name in Hip Hop in the last 10 years, but how about a song like "No Problem"? The cadence of chance and a star-powered backup team lead through verses that review Petey Pablo, Yeezus and … Uncle Luke?

Motivational lyric: You do not want problems, do not want problems with me

16. "Till I Collapse" by Eminem (feat. Nate Dogg)

This hubbub bonanza was only compounded by her tentacles in pop culture (remember the Call of Duty trailer?). The song remains in equal parts in the early 2000s nostalgia and power room noise. Turn up the iPod nano!

Motivational lyric: "Until the roof loosens until the lights go out. // "I can not close my mouth until my legs give way.

17th "Remember the Name" by Fort Minor

in which Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park writes perhaps the biggest hype song of the century.

Motivational lyric: It's not about the salary / It's about reality and making some noise

18. "Jesus Walks" by Kanye West

Do you miss the old Kanye? The 2004 Kanye? The I-Will-Curtis-Mayfield-and-A-Tribe-Called-Quest and -The-Arc-Chor-Kanye? Then you play this retrogression, which gives the feeling of reaching the summit of something seemingly insurmountable.

Motivational Poetry: The only thing I pray is that my feet will not miss me now.

19th "Rock Star" by NERD

Pre-Hat Pharrell, annoyed at this rematch, spits his bones on guitar blasts and drum kicks stemming from a Rage Against the Machine B side.

Motivational lyric: You think you never have to stop // You think you can get away with it

20. "Ruff Ryders & # 39; Anthem" by DMX

Fun Workout: Squat down every time you say "What?" in the verses. You will have a break in the hook. If you can do it to them.

Motivational lyric: All I know is pain // All I feel is rain // How can I sustain it // With crazy shit on my brain?

21st "Yonkers" by Tyler, The Creator

This twisted diatribe hits you in the head of a sociopath who is on the brink of destruction. The Hitchcock-like beat pulsates as Tyler plunges into insanity, and for at least 4:11, you're too horrified to pay too much attention to the strain of your workout.

Motivational lyric: They say success is the best revenge

22. "Nice for What" by Drake

OVO sets aside his "whine-and-grind" style to go crazy on a Lauryn Hill rehearsal. Watch the breakdown!

Motivational lyric: This is a real one in your reflection // Without consequences, without mention

23. "Get to Steppin & # 39;" by Junglepussy

This is music for the hoppers. This is shadow box music. This is the New York artist who deals with the old school for over three and a half minutes. This is Billy Blanks Double-Time-Komm-On-Komm-On, that motivates me more.

Motivational Lyrics: All about Pace Pesos // All about Papes

24. "Ready or Not" by Fugees

This classic from 1996 has a certain scope and a certain order of magnitude that puts you at the center of an action movie. Put this on at a run at dawn and you'll feel it.

Motivational Poetry: I must confess, my destiny manifests itself // In some Goretex and Sweats I make walks as homeless

25. "Stronger" by Kanye West

Before Pharrell and Daft Punk teamed, Kanye sampled her 2001 Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger as the blood pumping beat for this 2007 Graduation track. You probably already have them in your workout playlist, but just make sure.

Motivational lyric: N-well-this that does not kill me // Can only make me stronger

26. "Level Up" by Ciara

Between all the countdowns and the clapping and encouragement, this is like a fitness bootcamp class song.

Motivational lyric: Fake friends are dropped like weight // Team love, I do not want hate // I smile, I seem // On, on, on my way

27. "APESHIT" by The Carters

Bey-Jay, who raps three times over how great they are, makes them want to get even bigger.

Motivational text: // I can not believe we made it (that's what we did) // We're thankful for that (thank you, thanks)

28 , Lizzo's "Karaoke"

New Orleans & # 39; s largest voice in bounce music recruits Lizzo for three minutes of audial aerobics, so you need a break.

Motivational text: Oh, if you live so loud, show it, show it, show it, oh, it's your moment now, sing it, sing it, sing it, ray

29. "Get Your Self Up" by KRS-One

The legend describes the harsh truth about a blow that clatters and stomps. This is not a song. This is a proclamation.

Motivational Poetry: You were crushed? // Stand up! // You were shot down? // Stand up!

30th "Blood on the Cobblestones" by Ghostface Killah

Tony Starks travels on the track of the 2013 Mob horror concept album Twelve Reasons to Di e on time travel. It's 2:35 of the total war. Duck and cover or get up and fight.

Motivational Poetry: Get ahead of me and prepare for the territory // Do not step on me, brothers, this is a negative. "7/11" by Beyoncé

Queen B grabs a monster after a fall and relinquishes her grip at the last minute, resulting in a much needed cooldown.

Motivational lyric: Sweat out of my bladder, sweat my press // This trick is about to start, crazy, because I'm so fresh

32. "Space Tech Banana Clip" by Babbletron [feat. MF DOOM]

As if the mighty Morphinkraft of Jaymanila, Cool Calm Pete and DJ Pre would not be enough, the trio brings Metal Face for even more madness in a song that like a treadmill sounds too fast.

Motivational Lyrics: For God's sake, Bonzai Buckaroo // Ahoy Nerd, Crabs reach for Zoidberg // To mechanized Buck Rog bird // I'm going on a rocket excursion to say "word!"

33rd Nas (Hate Me Now)

Even Diddy's lackluster "singing" (still loving, Combs) can ruin the epic scope of this song, which is its size from the sampling of the opera "O Fortuna". refers. "Nas, lyric guns blaze, devastating every opponent.

Motivational lyric: I had to work hard, never give up // Until I made it

34" Momma Said Knock You Out "by LL Cool J 19659007] Did you forget that LL was mean ? Every verse from this 1990's TKO is a finely engineered assortment of jolts that lead to star-studded upsets. Damage! Damage! Destruction, terror and chaos! [19659005] Motivational Poetry: Shadow Boxing When I Heard You on the Radio // I just do not know // Why did you forget that I was raw

35. "Bring Da Ruckus" by Wu-Tang Clan

The beginning of 1993 Enter the Wu-Tang sounds like the moment when the gun is fired, the racers grab for positioning, and the battle for pole position changes with every turn Teamwork, it's not rap, it's Sp place.

Motivational Poetry: P.L.O. Style, dangerous, because I destroy that // dangerous, I blow sparks like Waco, Texas

36. "Fight the Power" by Public Enemy

It's a fist-filled soundtrack to a revolution.

Motivational lyric: We have to pump the stuff to make us tough // From the heart / / It's a beginning, a work of art

37. "Sabotage" by Beastie Boys

Mike D, MCA, finest ad rock. Stupid. Powerful. Absolutely crazy. Get into the toughest race at 2:20 am and there's nothing you can not do.

Motivational lyric: I'm out and gone // I'll tell you now, I keep going

38. "Gimme Some More" by Busta Rhymes

Busta's Tommy Gun delivery spills a swinging and wavering beat with so many lyrical kill shots that it's hard not to get involved in the mess.

Motivational text: Fully equipped, you know, we come with all the supplies. // Have a big gun and I'll show you the size

40. Of course, Da Boss will find an excuse to rap about a song from the Scarface soundtrack. Use it when you need a push.

Motivational lyric: I press it hard // I push it south // When it pushes a line // It pushes for Ross

41. "Push It" by Salt-N-Pepa

Because breakdancing is also a workout.

Motivational Poetry: Better Do It Fast, Or I'll Become Sour

42. "DNA." by Kendrick Lamar

His thesis: Whatever the odds are, you're in size.

Motivational lyric: I win only once, then again like Wimbledon, I serve

43. "3230" by Vince Staples

In this reserved song of Survival from the year 2015 Summertime & # 39; 06 there are Paranoia and Pandemonium.

Motivational lyric: Fortress and fortress, only Tryna build my castle

44. "Really Doe" by Danny Brown

Danny raps as if hell is going on and he likes to dance in the flames. Throw Kendrick, Ab-Soul and Earl into the End of Days carnival and you have a weird and wonderful cracker that you can throw into any outdated playlist.

Motivational lyric: Life is like an appetite for truth and duty // Life can end in vain before the end is near

45. "Crutches, crosses, caskets" by Pusha T

Pusha calls a false martyrdom over a broken calliope. It's a quick episode of motivation to get off the couch and stop making excuses.

Motivational Poetry: I'm Yasiel Puig // I'm in a different league

46. "Thug Luv" by Bone Thugs-N-Harmony [feat. 2Pac]

It hums what sounds like an electric chair. There is the cluck of animatronic crows. And then there's the click-click-pop of shots that echo through this rap dominance shown in 1997.

Motivational Poetry: Life: Pleasure and pain are stuck in this game, roar my name! // We all will die, we bleed through similar veins

47. "Breath" by Fabolous

Remember.

Motivational Poetry: And I'm getting better year by year, as wine is said to do

48. "Shut Up" by Stormzy

The vast majority of the other artists on this playlist are from the USA of A, but one of the game's best MCs is currently on the other side of the pond. Stormzy has helped bring grime, the British garage / jungle hybrid, internationally onto the map, and "Shut Up" is one of his signature songs. Allow Stormzyl's freestyle lyrics to electrify your next workout.

Motivational lyric: If you do not judge me, be ashamed

49. "BOOGIE" by BROCKHAMPTON

The boyband scores at a dance party where everyone has lost control and can only finish strong. (Or call your mom.)

Motivational lyric: I've been beaten all my life. // I was shot down and kicked out twice. // I'm unstoppable tonight.

50th "Survival of the Fittest" by Mobb Deep

Congratulations. They also survived.

Motivational text: You could run, but you can not hide forever.

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