5 of rap music’s dopest one-liners

These legendary rap music artists have changed the game with thought-provoking, imaginative one-liners that have left their marks on the Hip-Hop genre. Here are some of the best in the business’ game changing one-liners.

J. COLE
 “Ironic you been sleeping on the one that you been dreamin’ ‘bout.”

J. COLE

[Featured on Kanye West’s “Looking For Trouble”]

Drake
 “Better late than never but never late is better.”

Drake

[“Fancy” (Album: Thank Me Later)]

Nicki Minaj
 “If I’m fake I ain’t notice cause my money ain’t!”

Nicki Minaj

[Featured on Kanye West’s “Monster” (Album: Monster: My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy)]

LIL’ WAYNE
 “I see beef as dead meat.”

LIL' WAYNE

[“SportsCenter” (Album: Dedication 2 Mixtape)]

NOTORIOUS B.I.G.
 “Climb the ladder to success, escalator style.”

NOTORIOUS B.I.G.

[“Just a Memory” (Album: Duets: The Final Chapter)]


Originally published at SocialUnderground.

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