Epic Rap Songs About 90’s Cartoons

Without question, the 90’s had a class of cartoons that were truly influential to an era of creativity and uncanny animation. References to the pop culture that we carry deep into our nostalgic hearts still carry an influence and create a staggering reaction, and Hip-Hop musicians have translated their childhood memories into lyricism that’ll spark the nostalgic hearts of listeners worldwide. If I see a throwback t-shirt of Rocko’s Modern Life, you better believe that I will compliment the human being. Growing up, our parents planted our asses in front of the television when they have had enough and we instantaneously became the best of friends with Tommy, Chuckie, Phil, Lil and even Baby dill. If you grew up in the 90s or early 2000s, there is no doubt that you more than likely caught an episode or one hundred of the Rugrats as a kid. The odd subject matter that targeted children in their youth stole our hearts and consumed 60% of our time within our youth. Let’s check out rhymes that pay homage to the glory days of being solely concerned about our decked out cereal spoons and cartoons…


Logic

“Yeah, my name is Riley, son
But you know what niggas call me?
AKA, Riley Escobar, know what I’m saying?
Cause I be in the streets you know?
I got all kinds of names like HR Paper Stacks
Uh, also known as AKA Horse Choker, uh
Hey, yo, I’ll chop you up in sixteen pieces
In front of your nieces, while I’m eating Reese’s
And won’t even offer them any, yes I spit plenty
This is East Coast flow at its finest
In the studio, where you find us, put a bullet where your spine is
At sixteen I was skipping school and smoking chronic
While you was learning about English, Big L was teaching Ebonics”

Track – “No Biggie”


Joey Bada$$

 

“Say Brain, what do you wanna do tonight?
The same thing we do every night Pinky
Try to take over the world
Who the fuck is this Joey Bada$$ nigga son?
Aye yo who the fuck passed you the mic
And said that you could flow?
Point ’em out bitch I wanna know
Who the fuck passed you the mic?
Puffin’ on stramonium
Underground like potholes but going fossil
These bars like art in the Smithsonian
These flows is for custodians, homeless men, horny OBGYN dudes
Browsing my laptop lookin’ at red fallopian tube
They like “Yo Joey you rude”
I’m like “If only you knew I’m only in school for cosmology
That’s why I act as lonely as you”

Track – “World Domination”


Lupe Fiasco 

“It’s a mad world out here, I tell you
The world’s gone stark, raving mad
Everyone in the world is mad
It’s a mad crazy world
I see diamond-flooded demons
Lamborghini angels
Lamborghini angels
Lamborghini angels
Halos down with the doors flapping when they came through
Halos down with the doors flapping when they came through”

Track – “Lamborghini Angels”


G-Eazy

“Dee dee, can you please check if your brother is ready for school?
At last, my greatest work completed
Smooch
In the lab like Dexter, De-Dexter
I be cooking up slap up in my laboratory
In time to hear you other rapper’s stories cause they boring
I’m snoring through your verses, I’m sleeping on you ho’s
I even brought a sleeping bag, pillow, and a change of clothes
I’m tired of you lames, you don’t make music
You didn’t engineer it, mix it, or even produce it
You just wrote your 16, which wasn’t even hot
Now you talking like you got some kinda talent, think not”

“I Be In The Lab”


Chance The Rapper

“Everyday when you’re walking down the street
Everybody that you meet
Has an original point of view
Everyday, everyday it could be wonderful
And I say hey! (Everyday)
Heyyy! (Everyday, everyday, it could be wonderful)
Everyday, everyday it could be wonderful, wonderful
It could be wonderful
It could be so wonderful
It could be, everyday
It’s a simple message
And it comes from the heart
Believe in yourself
For that’s the place to start”

Track – “Wonderful Everyday: Arthur”

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