It’s a great song, amazing. It gets the club turnt and you know everybody needs a blessing now and then. But what happens when one of my White friends are at the club and get the urge to hear Future’s hit? What if they want to request the song, but can’t say the title? And “Trap N*ggas” isn’t the only track that presents this problem for White hip-hop lovers.
Then there’s the edited “Hot Boy” by Bobby Shmurda that gave me great joy trying to convince my White friend to build up the courage to request at a bar.
Here are 9 other songs White people love, but would have a pretty hard time singing along to.
Watch The Throne “N*ggas in Paris”
Only a few people can actually request this song by name: “N*ggas in Paris.” Kanye and Jay knew was what Gucci when they named this song.
YG “My N*gga”
If a White person requests this song, it might be the single most racist thing they will ever say. “My N*gga,” those days are over! YG, why you do this?
DMX “My N*ggaz”
Before YG, DMX was the guy who made an anthem for his N-words.
Bobby Shmurda “Hot N*gga”
Whether you call this “Hot Boy” or the Shmoney Dance song, it’s still one of the most requested at frat bars everywhere.
Jay Z “N*gga What, N*gga Who”
Jay’s back again. This time with a summer anthem from the early 2000s that had him changing the words to “Jigga What!”
Ruff Ryders “Jigga My N*gga”
Since we are on the topic of Jay Z, this song all about his name could never be requested.
Migos “Young Rich N*ggas”
Migos’ “YRN” has to make that list because…Who doesn’t love Migos?
J. Cole “Rich N*ggaz”
J. Cole’s “Rich Niggaz” isn’t a song you request at a bar, and it’s a song White people can’t sing in public.
Kehlani has such a sweet voice, but she still ain’t playin’.
I would have more, but my White friends couldn’t help me….For obvious reasons.
PHOTO CREDIT: Getty, Giphy
Our Fave Celebs In Raf Simons To Celebrate The Historic Brand's Closing [Gallery]
AT&T Dream In Black Celebrates 50 Years of Hip-Hop
Side By Side: 8 Unlikely Hip Hop Collaborations We Never Knew We Needed
The History You Never Knew About The Hip Hop Hits You Love
For The Ladies: Five Queens Confidently Killing It In Hip Hop
Actor Lance Gross Shares His Journey, Talks Diverse Representation in Film and More with Current HBCU Student
The AT&T Rising Future Makers Showcase Is Now Open: HBCU Students, Enter For A Chance To Win $5,000
AT&T Rising Future Makers Presents The Futurist