Word is Bond Rap Radio celebrates Christmas with 2 hours of great holiday-themed hip-hop mixed live on the radio.

It’s a shame that we don’t hear these songs in the malls, on the radio, and everywhere we go during this time of year. Why is it that some of these classic songs haven’t managed to crossover? And why isn’t Kurtis Blow’s Christmas Rappin’ heard right alongside Mariah Carey or Wham this time of year? Why isn’t Run-DMC’s Christmas in Hollis heard outside of hip-hop culture? These two songs are the best Christmas songs ever in my humble opinion. What say you?

Kurtis Blow – Christmas Rappin’
George Strombo and Legends – Christmas Rappin
Run-DMC – Christmas in Hollis
Shade Cobian – Roastin’
SYG and Kayne Martin – Christmas Cheer
Ugly Duckling – Last Minute Shopping
Encyclopedia Brown – Christmastime is Here
Mega Ran ft Writers Guild – Humbug
Christmas Day Collective – Christmas Ruckus
MC Paul Barman (prod Mark Ronson) – Happy Holidays
Gracious Bears – Bear Humbug
Scribbling Idiots – Jingle Bell Knock
LA Symphony – Chirstmas Song
Grumpy Olde Men – You’re a Mean One
Imperial and K.I.N.E.T.I.K. – Christmas Wrapping
Word Salad ft Mad Hattr – Your Present’s Here
Atmosphere – If I Was Santa Claus
Monty – All I Want for Christmas
Blu & Exile – Christmas Missed Us
Planet Asia – Gift Rap Medallions
Torae – A Christmas Story
Nickii Chatts – Gift Wrap
favormusik – Ever Since You
Bop Alloy – Hottest Christmas on Record
Little Thoughts ft Jurassic 5 – Holla
Kev Brown – Snowfall
Pace Won – Christmas Eve
DJ Frane – Christmas at the Iceberg
Bop Alloy – Spent
Outkast – Player’s Ball
Josh Augustin – Every Christmas Card I Write
Page One x Theory Hazit – We Three Kings
Sweet T – Let the Jingle Bells Rock

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