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, Kanye West has everyone talking about The Life Of Pablo.

Kanye Shares The AUX Cord For Yeezy Season 3


Ye managed to keep people talking about his clothing line while premiering tracks from his long-awaited The Life Of Pablo album from his Macbook. Later on, he even got everyone from Pusha T to Young Thug play music from their phones.

“The Life Of Pablo” Cover Art


Every Kanye album cover tells a story and The Life Of Pablo isn’t any different. May be his strangest yet, the internet has already managed to give their own takes on the cover art.  

Who is Pablo?


Who exactly is Pablo? For some, it could be inspired by the artistic genius of Pablo Picasso. Others assume he’s alluding to Hip Hop’s favorite drug kingpin, Pablo Escobar.

Frank Ocean Sighted

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Disappearing from the spotlight after dropping Channel Orange. While keeping fans on the edge of their seats for 2015, he appeared at the Yeezy Season 3.

Payton Manning Is Bout It


Many celebrated Payton Manning’s final game as a Denver Bronco after defeating the Carolina Panthers. Some even utilized The Last Don album cover to give the famed quarterback the Master P treatment.  

Lil Wayne Embracing His Inner Celie


One Super Bowl commercial involved Jeff Goldblum doing an interesting take on The Jefferson’s theme song “Movin’ On Up.” The end featured a George Washington impersonator and Lil Wayne himself who looked like The Color Purple‘s Celie played by Whoopie Golberg. Get it? George and Weezy.

Suge Knight At A Crosswalk


The newest meme fad includes transitional pics of an everyday user transforming into a famed or infamous celebrity.  This one involves someone with a lack of patience at a pedestrian crosswalk.

Squidward Goes To The Trap


Using Sponge Bob Squarepants’ Squidward as an example for someone enjoying too much Future is something the internet could only think of.

The Dab Never Dies


Looks like the Dab isn’t going anytime soon as everyone tries to figure out who actually created the dance. Was it Bela Lugosi himself?

Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton Answer Another Question


Memes relating to the two Democratic presidential primary candidates’ possible answers to various questions relating to Hip Hop never cease to be comical.