Best Rap Hits That Started on Movie Soundtracks

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Best Rap Hits That Started as Movie Soundtracks

Think of what it feels like to get to watch your favourite movie and also get to listen to your favourite rap song. More-so, there are some songs we had no idea came as soundtracks for particular Hollywood movies.

Here is a list of some of the best rap songs of all time that started off as movie soundtracks.

Eminem’s Lose Yourself

Not only is Eminem one of the best rappers who ever lived, but he is also quite good at acting too. This can be seen from his popular movie 8 Mile.

His song Lose Yourself is also the soundtrack to this movie which he stars alongside the late Brittany Murphy.

Not only did the song help him bag an Oscar, but it also landed him at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

The song basically talks about how you should not give up on yourself, keep trying till you get that one chance that will declare you a winner.

Therefore, if you are a fan of best online casinos then this song should be your anthem before giving up on your chance to win real money. Remember to always gamble responsibly and stop when the fun stops.

Coolio’s Gangster’s Paradise

The only time most people got to know about Coolio was after this hit song Gangster’s paradise which made its debut back in 1995.

However, the song began as a soundtrack for the popular 90s movie, dangerous minds. Also, it made its come back in Seth Rogen’s movie, The Green Hornet back in 2011.

The song ranked number 85 on Billboard’s Greatest Hits of all time and also came first on the U.S. Billboard back in 1995.

P Diddy, Nelly and Murphy Lee’s Shake Ya Tailfeather

Eminem’s Lose Yourself is not the only song you should play while playing online casinos (also known as casinos en ligne in French). P Diddy, Nelly and Murphy Lee’s song’s video feature scenes from Bad Boys 2, one of the best 2000’s action movies of all time. Therefore we know which movie this song was made for.

The movie soundtrack was made by popular Love and Hip Hop Atlanta star and Producer, Stevie J. with a little touch from Koko Bridges and Nelly.

Additionally, the popular song was number on the Billboard Hot 100 and was quite a popular club song in its time.

 

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