Bring a cool contemporary sound to your next multimedia project with one of our ever popular Hip Hop music tracks.
The tracks offer a mixture of rap, beat box, instrumental and vocals accents. Their chill vibe, great rhythms and catchy beats are perfect for today's fashion, beauty, travel, lifestyle and creative video blogs, but some could work for outside-of-the-box corporate videos as well.
In this article, I’ve compiled a list of the 20 best royalty-free hip hop music tracks to be found at AudioJungle.
Great as background music or as an intro/outro, Hip-Hop Urban combines an infectious beat with cool vocal accents.
A track with a dark, old school hip hop vibe, Gangsta Trippin uses a Rhodes piano and deep kicks to create a track that is best suited to projects with a slightly sinister undertone.
3. Hip Hop
A refreshing combination of hip hop and Bollywood sounds, Hip Hop uses classical piano, bright brass, dubstep bass and drums to create a great cross-cultural mix.
4. Hip-Hop This
Perfect for a wide variety of videos including fashion, makeup and lifestyle, Hip-Hop This is a melodic track with funky vocals, scratching and an awesome beat.
Urban Hip Hop Club Loop has quite a unique sound which can best be described as a mash-up between hip hop and new age sound. This combination creates a track that is memorable and an ideal background for social events, fashion shows and creative video projects.
Summer Hip-Hop Fashion Background has a laidback, urban melody that again would be an ideal background track for social events and fashion shows, as well as fashion, lifestyle and beauty videos.
7. Hip-Hop Slow
Hip-Hop Slow is another track with a unique and slightly dark sound that would work well with movie trailers and other creative video projects where a touch of the dramatic is needed.
Upbeat Summer Hip-Hop combines funky R&B with old school hip hop, complete with record scratching sounds and vocal accents.
If you're looking for an attention-grabbing intro for a vlog, with its combining of R&B, old school hip hop, vocal accents and catchy beats then Background Hip Hop Beat may be just what you're looking for.
Hip-Hop is a light and inspiring track with a rich beat, melodic synths and vocal accents. Use as a background, intro or outro track.
11. Hip Hop Upbeat
A classic hip-hop beat with an upbeat funky style. Hip Hop Upbeat comes in four versions and is perfect background music for travel, fashion and beauty videos.
An energetic track with a heavy beat and slightly dark undertones, Drop That Hip Hop is ideal for action, adventure and sports videos.
Hip Hop Old School is fast paced and quirky, with influences from hip hop styles of the late 80s and early 90s.
Drums, bass and special effects give Money its easy, unforgettable sound. Great as a background track for films or as an into/outro for a wide variety of multi-media projects.
Funk Hip Hop Beat offers catchy beats that bring a great mood to any project.
It Is That Hip-Hop uses strong beats, melodic synths and vocal accents to create a groovy, contemporary track.
Urban is an underground hip hop track with deep bass and a crisp beat.
18. Hip Hop
Hip Hop combines mesmerising hip hop beats with a smooth new age sound to create a laid back and relaxing track which comes in two versions, an original mix and a shorter looped track.
19. That Hip-Hop
That Hip-Hop combines R&B vocals with a groovy beat. Another great track for enhancing the mood and tone of your beauty, fashion, lifestyle or travel video.
20. Beatbox King
A quirky, fun and creative track, Beatbox King is made up of beatboxing sound effects and is one of those tracks that is bound to make your listeners smile.
These 20 royalty-free hip hop music tracks are just a small selection of the thousands of tracks available at AudioJungle. If none of them quite fits your needs, there are plenty of other great options from which to choose.
And if you want to improve your skills creating and or editing your own music tracks then check out some of the ever-so-useful music and audio tutorials that Envato Tuts+ has to offer.
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