+42 You never hear covers of rap songs. amirite?

by Anonymous 2 weeks ago

Technically not a cover, but Amish Paradise.

by padbergselmer 2 weeks ago

It's all about the pentiums, baby

by Anonymous 2 weeks ago

Guess I'm just too white and nerdy

by After_Register_9820 2 weeks ago

I prefer Weird Al's version to the original!

by Anonymous 2 weeks ago

Even better is ben folds NWA cover

by Spiritual-String2993 2 weeks ago

This has to be bait for OP to find the best rap covers

by Anonymous 2 weeks ago

My mind went to Rum and Juice by Captain Dan, but I think that would be more of a parody.

by Anonymous 2 weeks ago

I love that song!

by Charming_Presence 2 weeks ago

I hate when I accidentally a word.

by Anonymous 2 weeks ago

Richard Cheese will make a lounge jazz cover of anything.

by Anonymous 2 weeks ago

Core memory of MTV playing this song daily and me waiting patiently, only for TRL to show ~20 seconds so Carson could have a conversation with the visor hat from LFO.

by Anonymous 2 weeks ago

There's thousand of rap song cover. You not seeing it is more about your own algorithm…

by Anonymous 2 weeks ago

Name a thousand

by greenruth 2 weeks ago

Ill name it Greg

by Anonymous 2 weeks ago

Hardcore metal and punk bands have been covering rap and hip hop songs since the early 80s There are folkpunk bands where thats basically their entire schtick Acoustic guitar and ukulele singer songwriters mix up and cover them solo all the time

by Anonymous 2 weeks ago

punk goes crank album

by Anonymous 2 weeks ago

This year Halloween fell on a weekend. Me and Geto Boys are trick or treatin

by Anonymous 2 weeks ago

to be fair, that's not a cover.

by Anonymous 2 weeks ago

that's a remix though not a cover

by danikacasper 2 weeks ago

Yes sometimes rappers will name themselves after the neighborhoods they are from I can also state irrelevant rap facts

by Sweet_Prompt 1 week ago

There is a cover by Karmin of "Look At Me Now" by Chris Brown and others.

by Distinct-Muscle-448 1 week ago

Anyone in Hololive covering any of Calli's songs.

by mhudson 1 week ago

That song goes harder than you'd ever expect too. It stays a little slow for awhile though so if you get bored and think about turning it off skip ahead to about 4 minutes before you give up on it.

by lucianobailey 1 week ago

Falling in Reverse did a cover of Gangster's Paradise. It's exactly how you'd expect.

by Anonymous 1 week ago

Callejon is a german metalcore band who did a full album of german rap covers

by flomohr 1 week ago

Haha. Weltklasse. Da steht das Musikprogramm für heute! Danke man 😘

by ConsistentAnywhere82 1 week ago

Nice viel Spaß xD

by flomohr 1 week ago

There was a cover of Tipsy that clipping did like 2 months ago. It was good too

by Anonymous 1 week ago

Would Rap Metal count? Because Denzel Curry did a cover of Bulls on Parade by RATM.

by Unlikely_Pay 1 week ago

YOU never hear covers of rap songs because YOU dont seek them out

by Mobile-Return 1 week ago

Have you tried looking for them?

by Qhoppe 1 week ago

Duran Duran covered 911 is a Joke

by Prior_Goose8395 1 week ago

Milow covered Ayo Technology

by Thick_Inspector536 1 week ago

guessing you mean covers that are also rapped, not sung (which there are a lot of) I'm thinking that if you covered a rap you'd sound like you were a. either trying to hard to imitate them or b. mocking them. which would be hilarious and I'm up for it

by Udickens 1 week ago

Baby Got Back - Throwdown

by kirlinnoemi 1 week ago

Here you go. It is a real good one, too. You can thank me later.

by Holiday-Gap 1 week ago

There are tons. You just haven't heard of them.

by Anonymous 1 week ago

no but there are a lot of parodies

by Labadieadrain 1 week ago

There are a few metal covers of rap songs. A few of Lose Yourself specifically. Personally I'm a big fan of Rage Against The Machines Version of How I Could Just Kill A Man, originally by Cypress Hill.

by Reasonable-Dot9458 1 week ago

Rappers delight had a cover

by Bradyhegmann 1 week ago

Demonz In Paris by ONI INC, yes it's a cover of the song you think it is.

by Anonymous 1 week ago

I see you've never heard Taylor Swift rap Eminem's Lose Yourself.

by Abernathyfelici 1 week ago

Because it's all about lyrics. That's the genre's weakness.

by Anonymous 1 week ago

You're saying rap's biggest weakness is the lyrics?

by Anonymous 1 week ago

Lmao what are these people smoking?

by Anonymous 1 week ago

Yes

by Anonymous 1 week ago

You're an idiot then.

by Anonymous 1 week ago

You realise that the genre is more than just the simplistic stuff you here on the radio. Actually good rap has amazing, layered lyrics.

by Anonymous 1 week ago

You should really listen to The Gourds cover of Gin and Juice

by Anonymous 1 week ago

I got the their album after I heard Earl playing it in his car in my name is earl!

by Anonymous 1 week ago

Houstatlantavegas by Sonnymoon is wonderful

by Kind_Company 1 week ago

I know right, i see what OP did here, calling rap "songs" lol

by Anonymous 1 week ago

Im guessing youre being sarcastic as well but anything with a structure be it verse chorus verse, verse verse, chorus chorus etc can be called a song. Singing is not required to refer to a piece of music as a song.

by Anonymous 1 week ago

Then the amount of poetry that can be considered songs is astranomical

by Anonymous 1 week ago

Lyrics are poetry, silly human. Now speak that poetry over or with some musical notes or even just percussion. boom rap song. Keep it short or be it long. Flowing with words or melody strong.

by Anonymous 1 week ago

We still don't call poetry songs, so your definition needs some work

by Anonymous 1 week ago

Yet rappers sample other songs, a lot.

by Anonymous 1 week ago