The 5 Worst Songs About The Ear

Instrumental aggression is a popular genre among some hardcore hip-hop fans.

It’s often accompanied by a rousing scream, and the songs are often catchy, often with catchy vocals.

It can be pretty brutal, but it can also be a lot of fun.

Here’s the 5 worst songs about the ear.


T.I. The title track of the T.i. album, “I’m on Fire,” sounds like it was written by a man with a passion for the genre.

This is definitely the kind of album that is for you if you’re looking for a fun-loving, angry, and rap-based instrumental hip-hip pop track that’s definitely not for everyone.


Big Sean It’s hard to pick one of the best rap songs ever from Big Sean, but I’m going to go with his “Puff Daddy,” which is just plain hilarious.

It goes against everything we know about the rapper and how he should be viewed.


Lil Wayne The only reason I’m even picking this track is because it’s from Lil Wayne’s debut album, which is the best album of the year.

It was so perfect, in fact, that it’s the only reason why I’m picking it. 4.

Young Thug One of the greatest rappers of all time, Young Thugs has been making music since the ’90s.

The best thing about his beats, however, is the ability to create songs that are really good at what they do.

He’s also the kindest, most gracious, and best person you’ll ever meet.


Kendrick Lamar If you want to listen to Kendrick Lamar’s greatest hits, you’re in the wrong place.

His best tracks are often the most raw and intense, and his most recent, “i’m not the best,” is a masterpiece.

But he’s never been afraid to get dark and heavy.

I’ve never been so wrong about a song.