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Jay-Z Shares His Favorite Rap Songs Of 2018

Jay-Z Shares His Favorite Rap Songs Of 2018

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) With the end of 2018 fast approaching, it's that time of the year where everyone decides what their favorite music of the year is. Tidal's editorial director for culture and content, hip-hop, Elliott Wilson, announced on Monday that he had a special playlist curated by JAY-Z on the way, and as promised he's delivered with JAY-Z's year-end playlist with his 20 favorite tracks of the year.
In a TIDAL playlist, dubbed "JAY-Z's Year End Picks," Hov reveals the 20 rap songs that were in rotation at the Carter crib, starting with Pusha-T's "If You Know You Know" off the acclaimed Daytona.

Drake lands three appearances on Hov's coveted playlist, including Scorpion's "Emotionless" and "That's How You Feel," as well as a featured guest on Travis Scott's "SICKO MODE."

While they may have their differences, JAY shows love to his bro Kanye West by selecting Kids See Ghosts' "Freeee (Ghost Town, Pt. 2)" and Nas' "Cops Shot the Kid," which Ye produced and is featured on.

The vibes continue with Lil Wayne's "Uproar," Rich the Kid's "Plug Walk," and Gunna and Lil Baby's "Drip Too Hard." Mr. Carter's playlist closes out with Meek Mill's Championships single "Oodles O'Noodles Babies." See who else made JAY-Z's list below:







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