Top 10 Most Depressing Rap Songs

1-800-273-8255" by Logic (feat. Alessia Cara & Khalid: Named after the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, this song addresses themes of depression.

Yesterday" by Atmosphere: Atmosphere's introspective track explores themes of regret, loss, and longing, with poignant lyrics reflecting on past mistakes.

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Dance with the Devil" by Immortal Technique: Immortal Technique's harrowing tale about a young man's descent into crime.

How Could You Leave Us" by NF: NF's emotional tribute to his late mother addresses themes of loss, addiction, and familial strife.

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Hurt" by Johnny Cash: While not a traditional rap song, Johnny Cash's cover of Nine Inch Nails' "Hurt" delivers a haunting portrayal of regret.

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Keisha's Song (Her Pain)" by Kendrick Lamar: Kendrick Lamar's poignant narrative about a young woman trapped in a cycle of poverty.

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Sing About Me, I'm Dying of Thirst" by Kendrick Lamar: Kendrick Lamar's epic song from "good kid, m.A.A.d city" delves into themes of mortality.

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Stan" by Eminem (feat. Dido: Eminem's haunting narrative about an obsessed fan named Stan tackles themes of mental illness, obsession, and tragedy.

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Stan Pt. II" by Eminem (feat. Dido: A continuation of the original "Stan," this sequel explores the aftermath of the tragic events depicted in the first song.

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Suicidal Thoughts" by The Notorious B.I.G: This introspective track from Biggie's debut album delves into the rapper's struggles with depression.

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