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Hip-Hop’s 5 Best Boat Party Songs

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You can google the most used words in rap music, but one thing you already know is that rappers love to hang out on boats while showing off their rhymes. 

Rappers in boat party videos have become so cliché, there’s a parody video for a song called “I’m On a Boat”. 

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Are you familiar with the popular songs about boats? When you hear the term ‘boat music’ do you conjure up videos of rappers standing on the top of a boat rapping to a beat?

Hip hop and luxurious yachts and fancy boats seem to go hand in hand. Which songs are your favs? Read on to learn the ones that are considered rap’s best boat party songs.  

5 Best Boat Party Songs in Hip Hop

From yacht rap to pop songs, videos featuring singers on boats have been around since Biz Markie’s video back in the 80s. Let’s look at the 5 best boat party songs.

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1. Straight Off The Boat 

In this Rick Ross song featuring French Montana, they sing about themselves. They’re rapping about the time they spend getting drunk, tubing and fishing. 

The video is shot on an enormous yacht with a string of beautiful women and over the top possessions. 

2. Just a Lil Bit

50 Cent’s video shows him using 3 hot women to seduce and steal from some unsuspecting victims/enemies on a boat in Cancún, Mexico.

It’s the third single from the album The Massacre. This single off his second album made it to number 3 in the US. 

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3. Can’t Hold Us

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis ft. Ray Dalton filmed this video on a pirate ship. How cool is that? 

This amazing video was filmed in numerous locations including Coromandel Beach Cathedral Cove in New Zealand and Big Four Ice Caves, Washington. 

4. Boats ‘N Hoes

Huff ‘N Doback from the 2008 movie, Step Brothers, put together a hilarious comedy rap song video. 

The two really stupid and irresponsible characters start a company and make this video. It is their desire to possess both boats and hoes to show the world they’ve made it. 

5. Hypnotize

This video of the song by The Notorious B.I.G. was filmed on a speed boat that is the envy of all viewers. It was filmed in LA a month before The Notorious B.I.G.’s passing.

Does it get any better than Biggie and Puff Daddy hanging out in the Florida Keys on a 60-ft yacht? They go through various modes of transportation throughout the video and of course, there are female dancers in bikinis. 

Want to film your own rap video? Browse the selection of boats to feature for your next gig.

Are These on Your Playlist? 

Now that you’ve learned the best boat party songs, will you make sure they’re on your party playlist? Did you enjoy this article? Be sure to bookmark our site for easy access to all we have to offer in news, entertainment, politics and more. 

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