The 2012 Finale: 112 Unforgettable Songs We Enjoyed

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91. Sean Price – “BBQ Sauce”

Sean Price reminds us listening to rude rap can be fun. Feel free to nod your head to this while P talks reckless about your mom.

92. MF Doom – “Guv’nor”

DOOM’s words are crafty to geniuses and gibberish to infidels. Find out where you stand after listening to “Guv’nor.”

93. Jeremih – “Go To The Mo”

This infectious melody courtesy of The Freshman paired with Jeremih’s signature delivery is the recipe for a sultry contemporary “Late Night” jawn.

94. Tinashe – “Boss”

Tinashe’s flirting with fame, and though she’s barely legal, she’s boasts of arguably the sexiest singing voice in the industry. She’s pretty easy on the eyes as well.

95. Big K.R.I.T. – “Yesterday”

K.R.I.T.’s ode to his grandmother is one of those near perfect reflection records that’ll have you looking through scrapbooks teary-eyed.

96. Future Ft. Kelly Rowland – “Neva End (Remix)”

Though Future didn’t sing about butterflies in the “Neva End (Remix),” he still warbled in beautiful harmony with Kelly Rowland. Emoting about that someone who you just can’t seem to get over, Future continued to pave his lane with his Auto-Tuned, trappy love ballad that Kelly helped to launch into outer space.

97. Wu-Block (Sheek, Ghostface Killah, Styles P, Raekwon) – “Comin For Ya Head”

This is the song you dreamed a Wu-Tang/D-Block union would create. Every MC tears this beat to shreds. Grab your Timbs, this is 90s posse raps at its best.

98. Big Boi Ft. Mouche & Scar – “Raspberries”

The myth behind Outkast was that Andre 3000 was the creative, melodic force while Big Boi just walked in the booth and rapped. Here’s the official notice that you’re wrong as General Patton makes one of his best songs to date. When is Scar getting his album?

99. 7even:Thirty Ft. Laurie Walker – “God”

7even’s ode to his daughter is a must-hear for any father out there. He encapsulates the moment he lays eyes on his first kid as well as any artist possibly can.

100. Action Bronson Ft. Schoolboy Q – “Demolition Man”

These two MCs may reside on opposite sides of the country, but their knack for depravity and the insane make for a knockout duet. Wouldn’t mind an EP from these two.

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