Top 10 Best Hip Hop Choruses that are Not Sampled

99 Problems" by Jay-Z: The simple yet effective chorus of "99 Problems" is instantly recognizable.

Stan" by Eminem featuring Dido: Dido's haunting vocals on the chorus of "Stan" create a sense of melancholy that contrasts with Eminem's storytelling.

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All of the Lights" by Kanye West featuring Rihanna: Rihanna's powerful vocals on the chorus of "All of the Lights" elevate the song to new heights.

Can't Tell Me Nothing" by Kanye West: Kanye West's defiant chorus on "Can't Tell Me Nothing" is both anthemic and introspective.

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Empire State of Mind" by Jay-Z featuring Alicia Keys: Alicia Keys' soulful vocals on the chorus of this New York City anthem add depth and emotion.

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Hotline Bling" by Drake: The infectious chorus of "Hotline Bling" showcases Drake's melodic delivery and knack for creating earworm hooks.

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HUMBLE." by Kendrick Lamar: Kendrick Lamar's infectious chant of "Sit down, be humble" on the chorus of this hit single is both catchy.

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Juicy" by The Notorious B.I.G: The chorus of "Juicy" is catchy and infectious, with Biggie's smooth delivery.

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Lose Yourself" by Eminem: Eminem's motivational anthem features a powerful chorus that captures the urgency and determination of the song's theme.

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Power" by Kanye West: The bold and bombastic chorus of "Power" features Kanye West's confident proclamation of "No one man should have all that power.

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