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The 15 most frequently-referenced candy bars in hip hop, and the best lyrics that mention them.

Happy Halloween. By now, most of us have outgrown trick-or-treating, but there's no denying that candy consumption still goes up in the weeks surrounding the fun size bar-dominated holiday. To honor this, today we're taking a look at various rappers' relationships with candy.  

Of course, you have guys like Eminem and Nessly whose very names are derived from popular products or companies, as well as anthems such as Lil Wayne's "Lollipop," D4L's "Laffy Taffy," and Old School Players' "Tootsie Roll" that use candy as the basis for entire song concepts. But today we're focusing more on individual bars. It's rare that rappers will name-drop a candy bar in a literal sense (IE: "Snickers are delicious but M&Ms are my favorite"), but as sexual innuendo and nicknames for drugs (IE: "I hit her with my Snickers then go back to slinging M&Ms"), they're very common.

We've narrowed down the fifteen most popular candy types, products, and/or brands referenced in hip hop, made a slide for each, and listed our five favorite lyrics. 

Candy Bars: The Best Candy References In Hip Hop

The 15 most frequently-referenced candy bars in hip hop, and the best lyrics that mention them.


Happy Halloween. By now, most of us have outgrown trick-or-treating, but there's no denying that candy consumption still goes up in the weeks surrounding the fun size bar-dominated holiday. To honor this, today we're taking a look at various rappers' relationships with candy.  

Of course, you have guys like Eminem and Nessly whose very names are derived from popular products or companies, as well as anthems such as Lil Wayne's "Lollipop," D4L's "Laffy Taffy," and Old School Players' "Tootsie Roll" that use candy as the basis for entire song concepts. But today we're focusing more on individual bars. It's rare that rappers will name-drop a candy bar in a literal sense (IE: "Snickers are delicious but M&Ms are my favorite"), but as sexual innuendo and nicknames for drugs (IE: "I hit her with my Snickers then go back to slinging M&Ms"), they're very common.

We've narrowed down the fifteen most popular candy types, products, and/or brands referenced in hip hop, made a slide for each, and listed our five favorite lyrics. 

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