Playlist: Who Got Robbed?


Last night’s Grammy awards left a lot of hip-hop heads upset after Kendrick Lamar left the L.A. ceremony without a win in all seven of the categories he was nominated in. One of the night’s big winners Macklemore even sent King Kendrick a text stating: “You got robbed. I wanted you to win. You should have.” Seriously? In honor of the robbery that took place last night, VIBE put together a playlist filled with hip-hop’s best robbery-themed tracks.

One of the highlights off Kendrick Lamar’s unrewarded Good Kid M.a.a.d. city album.

50 cent’s breakthrough track, “How to Rob” verbally attacked the entire hip-hop industry.

Classic B.I.G. “Big up, big up, it’s a stick up, stick up and I’m shooting niggas quick if you hiccup.”

T-Pain and his Tallahassee crew the Nappy Headz jack Khia’s “My Neck My Back.”

Snoop Dogg, Daz and Kurupt team up on “Hollywood Bank Robbery,” a grimey cut off the Gang Related soundtrack.

The Lox vividly explains one way to get that Money, Power and Respect.

Three 6 Mafia plots on their Most Known Unknown banger, “Let’s Plan A Robbery.”

“Once upon a time, not long ago…”

Despite having already left the group, Ice Cube proved he was still a N.W.A. on “Jackin For Beats.”

Part one of Common’s “Stolen Moments.” It’s a frantic situation…