There isn’t a simpler way to express philosophies, cultural relevance and seemingly unimportant ideas than memes. Throughout the years, Hip Hop has had its fair share as well. In fact, some within the culture have benefited tremendously from memes of all type. Some have found interesting ways of flexing their knowledge on the culture at large while others utilize memes to engage in hilarious shit-talking. Just in case you missed some of the funniest takes on life the internet can offer, we’re here to help through memes describing today’s top Hip Hop stories.
This week, Ben Carson’s Aspiring Mogul assisted rap becomes a joke and NBA players get fused into classic rap albums.
Ben Carson Rap Radio Ad Blow-Up
This week, the most jump the shark moment in Ben Carson’s presidential candidate run happened when he got Savannah, Georgia rapper Aspiring Mogul to assist his radio ads targeting African American voters. The end result wasn’t kind.
Getting Ready For Thanksgiving
Why not use the popular Rick Ross workout meme in anticipation for Thanksgiving.
Angel & Devil Duo
Ironically, The Game himself decided to become a “Classic Man” for Holloween following memes alluding to his similarities to Jidenna.
Gucci Flip Flops
“I just fucked your bitch in some Gucci Flip Flops” is probably one of the best opening lines of 2015. The pettiness of social media continues to use the line in the most ingenious ways.
Meek Mill’s 2016
Remember the popular “stepping into 2015” meme last year? It’s back with Meek Mill in tow as this year hasn’t been the greatest for him.
Is Kobe’s Time Up?
Someone decided to take NBA players and fuse them with classic rap covers. That included Lakers point guard Kobe Bryant with Notorious BIG’s iconic debut Ready To Die.
Lebron Inner Raekwon
Comparing the awesome duo of Raekwon and Ghostface Killah to Lebron James and Kyrie Irving? Must make sense to someone.
The New Fugees
Clippers are got the “Lob City” nickname for a reason. They get the treatment for The Fugees’ sophomore classic The Score.
“Hotline Bling” Meets “Hello”
This week, Adel’s “Hello” broke some records while Drake’s “Hotline Bling” still manages to inspire parodies weeks after its release.
Yes, Future may be 2015’s turn-up king. However, some of his music is really depressing beneath the surface.