"We Major," the hit song off of Kanye's 2005 album Late Registration, encouraged the bros to set their sights high.
Young M.A's "OOOUUU" set it off this summer. When this song comes on, all the bros huddle together and start mobbing.
"Over" is the opener to Drake's Thank Me Later album. Like many of Drake's other songs, the song reflects Drake's struggle between his old life and the new.
Jay Z dropped classic anthem "Roc Boys" back in 2007. The single is off of his tenth studio album American Gangster.
Lil Wayne expresses his love for his mans in his single "Man I Miss My Dawgs," off of his album Tha Carter.
"Oh Boy" is Cam'ron's Grammy-nominated hit single. The song is off of his album Come Home With Me.
The 1997 hit single "I'll Be Missing You" is a tribute to Biggie.
"F.U.B.U.” is a Black empowerment anthem (say it with your chest!). In the interlude before the song, Master P says, "If you don’t understand my record, you don’t understand me, so this is not for you," and that's what this song is all about.
YG and Nipsey Hussle channeled all of our sentiments towards this election in "F**k Donald Trump." The video showed the the whole hood, Bloods and Crips alike, going off in the streets of Compton.
Chance the Rapper, the leader of the carefree Black boy movement and creator of the #BlackBoyJoy hashtag, has been giving us church vibes mixed with realistic lyrics. "No Problems" makes it clear what type of man he is and that he's not one to be messed with.
Every time Rick Ross's "Hustlin'" comes on at a house party, all the dudes in the room start the fist bumping hustle.
DJ Khaled's "All I Do Is Win" is the squad song of the decade. Every time this song comes on, all the guys start to turn up.
Ice Cube's "We Be Clubbin'," off of The Player's Club soundtrack, is a single that we all can relate to.
Remember being on the yard and watching all the guys stroll to this?
Trapped in Crime by C-Murder, released on September 5, 2000, on No Limit Records, was a hit!
Bruno Mars is back on the scene with his “24K Magic.” It fills the 2016 pop-your-collar anthem void.
As soon as "Country Grammar" came on anywhere at any given moment, we'd be ready to sing along to every single lyric in unison.