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Uncle Murda Reflects On The State Of Hip-Hop In "Rap Up 2018"

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January 01, 2019 13:18
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Rap Up 2018

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Uncle Murda delivers his yearly wrap-up, "Rap-Up 2018."


Uncle Murda, alongside Skillz, are two artists that you can always rely on to drop a yearly wrap-up record. Both artists always make it a point to release an ambitious record that basically sums up the entire year of hip-hop, on wax. Skillz got his version in a day before Murda this year (or rather, last year). Murda dropped his own "Rap-Up 2018" on the first day of 2019. Where Skillz's song clocked in at just over four minutes, and had an assist from Lil Duval, Murda goes it alone for nine minutes, so yeah, be prepared.

It's a lot to digest. Over a soulful beat, Murda runs through a tumultuous year of hip-hop that included beef between Kanye West and Jay-Z, a Ye mental breakdown, Bill Cosby's imprisonment, the reveal of Drake's lovechild, as well as some Drake beef, Tekashi 6ix9ine (need I say more), the deaths of XXXTENTACION and Mac Miller, Cardi B and Offset's break-up...and the list goes on. He even touches on some Kardashian gossip for good measure. Mid-way through the song, Murda can't help but admit: it's a lot.

Check it out and let us know what you think of the recap.

Quotable Lyrics

Dwight Howard got caught with a tranny n***a
So much pussy out here, I don't be understandin' niggas
Huh, Kanye still a mess
Don't want no 350s 'round me, Drake said it the best
He think Drake fucked Kim K, that n***a stressed (He did)
He out here with Donald Trump d*ck on his breath
You be embarrassin' yourself when you in a public settin', Ye
Now I see why Jay Z ain't go to your weddin', Ye (I see why)
And you got lipo, what's next, Ye, ass shots?

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