AllHipHop’s Best (And Worst) Hip-Hop Love Songs

Best Hip-Hop Love Songs

"Happy Valentine’s Day" by Andre 3000 (2003, LaFace)

“Camay” by Ghostface Killah (1996, Razor Sharp/Epic)

“You’re All I Need to Get By” by Method Man featuring Mary J. Blige (1994, Def Jam)

"Love Rap"

by Spoonie Gee (1980, Enjoy)

"Love Language" by Talib Kweli featuring Les Nubians (Reflection Eternal) (2000, Rawkus)

“Temptations” by 2Pac (1995, Amaru/Interscope)

“Eye Know” by De La Soul (1989, Tommy Boy)

“Mona Lisa” by Slick Rick (1988, Def Jam/Columbia)

“Electric Relaxation” by A Tribe Called Quest (1993, Jive)

“4 Better of 4 Worse” by The Pharcyde (1992, Delicious Vinyl)

…And Some of the Worst….

“Poor Georgie” by MC Lyte (1991, Atlantic)

“What Means the World To You?” (2000, Untertainment/Epic)

“Hey Luv (Anything)” by Mobb Deep featuring 112 (2001, Loud)

“21 Questions” by 50 Cent featuring Nate Dogg (2003, Shady/Aftermath/Interscope)

"Gansta B***h" by Apache (1993, Tommy Boy)

“Satisfy You” by Puff Daddy featuring R. Kelly (1999, Bad Boy)

LL Cool J "6 Minutes Of Pleasure"

(1990, Def Jam)

“Love Me For Free” by Akinyele (1996, Volcano)

“Let’s Play House” by Tha Dogg Pound featuring Michel’le and Nate Dogg (1995, Death Row/Interscope)

"Star 69 (PS With Love)" by Common featuring Bilal (2000, MCA)

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