Whether you’re sipping slow on some cognac, having a few cold ones, or turning all the way up in the club, chronic hip hop jams flow right down to your core, to your soul. As that loose juice combines with that flame track inside your body, it creates a sensation of transcendental euphoria. Scientists call this phenomenon “Feelin’ Yourself”
Anyone who’s sipped a little Hen before listening to 3-6 Mafia back in the day can verify this claim. Or these days if you’re full of that Ciroc and the glorious, gospel-esque sounds of Chance the Rapper, or you’re 5 shots deep of that Maker’s Mark and G-Eazy comes on making you feel way too sexy and fly, you’ll be compelled to go with the scientists on this one.
Diddy will always be Puff Daddy to me. When Biggie passed on too soon, and he got on that Sting sample with Jadakiss, it was glorious. But he did his Sean Combs when he came out with Ciroc.
Ciroc bursted out on the scene in such an official fashion that he’s already landed a deal with Diageo North America, the world’s leading premium drinks business its brands include Jose Cuervo, Tanqueray, Captain Morgan, Johnnie Walker, Guinness, Smirnoff, J&B, Baileys, and Crown Royal. Talk about “Can’t stop, won’t stop.”
“Loose as a goose. Don’t get me started.” – Lil’ Boosie
Grey Goose is a smooth French vodka that has seen love from the hip hop world for a while now. The Ying Yang Twins even have an entire song dedicated to it.
Alize is another throwback. It’s a sweet, cognac-based liqueur. Ll Cool J, Too Short, 2Pac and Nelly have all mentioned the sweet beverage in their rhymes.