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Christmas Rap

One of our designers, Mike Surber, is a talented musician. (He’s also a talented cover designer!) Mike has recently come out with a Christmas album that I am happy to promote here on the blog. Here are samples of the songs:

And here’s a full song:

You can check out all of Mike’s stuff here.

But this post is not just about promoting Mike’s good work. The other day Mike asked on Facebook what people’s favorite Christmas songs were. Knowing Mike’s style is Americana/Folk/Rock & Roll, I playfully submitted “Christmas Rappin'” by Kurtis Blow and “Christmas in Hollis” by Run-DMC. I suggested Mike come up with a whole set of Christmas rap songs to cover. To help Mike out with that set of songs, I’ve compiled a top-ten, somewhat-family-friendly list of Christmas Rap songs. In addition to the two I’ve already mentioned, the list includes the following in no particular order:

“Ho! Ho! Ho! (Christmas Rap)” by Logik and Lee Lee

“Ludacrismas” by Ludacris

“Santa’s Beat Box” by Cutmaster DC

“Christmas in Harlem” by Kanye West

“Chillin’ with Santa” by Derek B

“Ghostface X-mas” (edited version) by Ghostface Killah

“Santa Baby” by The Christmas All Stars (feat. a slew of well known rappers)

“Grinch 2000” by Busta Rhymes and Jim Carrey

Have a listen:

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