The Best Hip-Hop Songs for Your Karaoke Holiday Party

Ahh, the holidays. Sleigh bells are ringing, carolers are caroling, and your family and friends are highly anticipating the most lit festivity of the holiday season: your hip-hop karaoke holiday party. Get into the holiday spirit with a bunch of your hip-hop head buddies, sitting around drinking egg nog by the fire and getting down to some of this year’s most sing-a-long-able rap hits.

Here are our favorite 2015 hip-hop songs that are sure to get any karaoke party poppin’:

“Hotline Bling”, Drake

Put that holiday turtleneck your corny Aunt Gladys gifted you to good use: wholeheartedly reenact Drake’s “Hotline Bling” video. Get real, this one’s a given for your hip-hop karaoke setlist—it’s not like you don’t already know every word.

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“Come Get Her”, Rae Sremmurd

If your hip-hop karaoke party is a family affair, you might want to skip this one and save your grandmother the “this is exactly what’s wrong with your generation” speech. Forget her, though—this song’s fire. Be warned, however, it’s probably slightly less fire if you’re handing off the mic to someone who can’t hit high notes.

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“Sorry”, Justin Bieber

OK, so this isn’t exactly a hip-hop song, but whatever, it’s a smash regardless, and failing to include it on your karaoke party setlist would be uncivilized. Take it from your Green Label squad: it’s totally justifiable to channel JB’s blonde heartthrob energy and let it all out here—remember that when your friends blast videos of you to their Snapchat stories and you’re forced to explain yourself later.

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“Trap Queen”, Fetty Wap

A true family favorite, “Trap Queen” will have everyone singing along and joining in on the karaoke fun. Best “Yeaahhh baby” wins.

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“Tuesday”, ILoveMakonnen feat. Drake

If the club isn’t quite up yet, throwing on “Tuesday” and imitating Makonnen’s sultry croons will re-up the energy in no time. You can ever grab a partner to go in on Drake’s verse.

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“Really? Yeah”, KYLE

Not everyone may be up on this song yet, but after hearing its irresistibly catchy hook the first go around, your party attenders will have no choice but to join in.

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“i”, Kendrick Lamar

For the party’s feel-good finale, spin Kendrick’s self-love anthem.

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