10 Fastest Rap Songs in the World

Rap is distinct from other musical genres because it delivers its message faster than other types of music. Even so, some rappers go above and above by making their music the fastest, although rap music is often fairly fast. This is where the chopper rapping technique comes in.

Because of how quickly culture can change over time, hip-hop music has developed to the point where a style called a chopper, which involves rapping or rhyming swiftly, first appeared in the midwest of the United States. This rap style increases the number of syllables in each bar by two or three.

However, it is important that the rapper retain the caliber of the words or material when rapping and rhyming quickly.

10. Mista Tung Twista

Speed: 11.2 syllables per second
Artist: Twista (Carl Terrell Mitchell)
Producer: Titan
 Song Writer: Carl Mitchell
 Released: November 22, 1991

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Mista Tung Twista is the lead track from Twista‘s debut album, Runnin’ Off at da Mouth, where he formerly went by the name Tung Twista.

On programs like Yo! MTV Raps and Rap City, a promotional music video for the song, was played. However, the actual track didn’t chart on the Billboard singles list.

Twista spits 1,287 words in the song “Mista Tung Twista” in 4 minutes and 36 seconds.

Did You Know:

Twista broke the record for quickest emcee in the Guinness Book of World Records in 1992.

9. Slow Jamz

Speed: 845 words in 212 seconds
Artist: Twista, featuring Jamie Foxx & Kanye West
Producer: Kanye West
 Song Writer: Carl Mitchell, Kanye West, Burt Bacharach, Hal David
 Released: December 2, 2003

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Twista’s Slow Jamz, which features Jamie Foxx and Kanye West, is one of the quickest rap songs. In this song, the rappers speak poetically together.

According to the soundtrack, it’s about a girl they met in a bar. They boast about how far they’ve gone in such a short period and frequently bring up this woman—describing how this new woman is the life of the party and cheers everyone up to one.

Compared to the preceding nine albums, this review is a bit brief. No matter what, it received nominations for Best Collaboration at some major awards and won the ASCAP Pop Music Awards and other prizes.

8. Worldwide Choppers

Speed: 1543 words in 329 seconds
Artist: Tech N9ne
Producer: Seven
 Song Writer: Aaron Yates, Trevor Smith Jr., and more.
 Released: May 31, 2011

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The third track from American rapper Tech N9ne‘s All 6’s and 7’s research, his eleventh studio album, is “Worldwide Choppers.” The song’s quick rhythmic rap passages are well-known.

The Worldwide Choppers also features Busta Rhymes, Yelawolf, Twista, D-Loc, JL of B.Hood, and Twisted Insane as rappers.

Did You Know:

“Worldwide Choppers,” a multilingual song with rap lines in English, Danish, and Turkish, was created by Michael Summers (also known as seven).

7. Look At Me Now (Remix)

Speed: 9.73 syllables per second
Artist: Chris Brown featuring Lil Wayne, & Busta Rhymes
Producer: Diplo, Afrojack, Free School
 Song Writer: Chris Brown, Thomas Pentz, and more.
 Released: February 1, 2011

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The second single from Chris Brown‘s fourth studio album F.A.M.E., “Look at Me Now,” was released on February 1, 2011. It features fellow American rappers Lil Wayne and Busta Rhymes.

The song’s producers, Afrojack, Diplo, Free School, and Ryan Buendia, contributed to the song’s co-writing. Musically, “Look at Me Now” is a hip-hop song with “thumping bass, spacy synth, and horn jam sounds” that is “influenced by the dirty south.”

Look At Me Now only has 146 beats; Busta mainly uses sixteenths. In other words, that equals 9.73 syllables per second (146 x 4 / 60).

Did You Know:

The American version of “Look at Me Now” was a hit, peaking at number six on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, Brown’s highest placing since “Forever” (2008).

Additionally, it peaked at number one on the charts for Hot Rap Songs and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. Furthermore, the song reached the international charts in Australia, Canada, France, New Zealand, and the UK.

6. New West

Speed: 723 syllables in 51.27 seconds
Artist: NoClue
Producer: NoClue
 Song Writer: NoClue
 Released: January 1, 2007

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American rapper Ricky Raphel Brown, better known by his stage name NoClue, was born in Seattle on January 28, 1985.

West Coast Hip-Hop influenced hip-hop musician NoClue. He has made a name for himself as a multifaceted lyricist, expressing his keen, optimistic spirit in each song.

Tupac Shakur, a rapper, is cited by Brown as an early musical inspiration. NoClue, he says, got his stage name because “the world had no idea what type of effect he was about to make.”

The Guinness Book of World Records named him the official “Fastest Rap MC” in January 2005 after he rapped 723 syllables on his single “New West” in 51.27 seconds (14.1 syllables per second).

Did You Know:

The song “Movement” by NoClue was used in 2014 in a German television commercial for the Mercedes-AMG luxury car line (2014 models).

5. 60 Second Assassins

Speed: 11.8 syllables per second
Artist: DJ Kay Slay featuring Twista, Busta Rhymes, and more.
Producer: Carl Valentine
 Song Writer: DJ Kay Slay, Jaz-O, and more.
 Released: November 30, 2010

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This song is a pumped-up, muddled rendition of 60 Second Assassins by Layzie Bone and Krayzie Bone. Busta Rhymes, Twista, Layzie Bone, Krayzie Bone, and Jaz-O are all included in the official launch. And Busta hit its fastest speed of 11.8 syllables per second in this song.

Did You Know:

American disc jockey Keith Grayson, also known as DJ Kay Slay, was born and raised in New York City and passed away on April 17, 2022. The New York Times describes him as “Hip Hop’s One-Man Ministry of Insults.”

4. Clash of the Titans

Speed: 12.5 syllables per second
Artist: Krayzie Bone
 Song Writer:
 Released: November 2013

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Anthony Henderson, better known by his stage name Krayzie Bone, is an American rapper, musician, producer, and businessman. He was born on June 17, 1973. He is a member of Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, a rap crew.

Perhaps Clash of Titans sounds like it’s from this world. The song’s subject is the all-powerful God, the light in the shadows. The theme of the CD is people going about their daily lives.

Although it is a quick rap, reading the words reveals the author’s sincerity and emotions. The desire to show others who God is via his life.

Did You Know:

Henderson does not observe Christmas because his family is a fourth-generation Jehovah’s Witness. In addition, he thinks that many rappers unintentionally advance the Illuminati’s goals.

3 200 Round Clip

Speed: 12.8 syllables per second
Artist: Twisted Insane
Producer: Twisted Insane
 Song Writer: Twisted Insane
 Released: November 31, 2015

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Rapper and composer Michael Johnson, better known as “Twisted Insane,” is based in Atlanta, Georgia. Twista, Busta Rhymes, Tech N9ne, and Bone Thugs-n-Harmony are all believed to have been inspired by him.

Twisted Insane’s astounding language prowess and rap speed inspired the creation of a cult. In his other song, “100 Round Clip,” it appears as though someone is firing an AK-47 in a rhythmic 100-round magazine.

Did You Know:

Before starting the record company Brainsick Muzik in the late 2000s, Twisted Insane was signed to Liquid Assets Records.

2. Rap God

Speed: 4.28 words per second
Artist: Eminem
Producer: DVLP, Filthy (co.)
 Song Writer: Marshall Mathers and more.
 Released: October 15, 2013

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While Eminem had many hit songs, one of his best-known is “Rap God.” The third single from Eminem’s eighth studio album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2, debuted on YouTube on October 14, 2013, and was made available in the US on October 15. (2013). It makes mention of past disputes in Eminem’s career as well as the behavior of other rappers.

The song was the first well-known single to surpass the Guinness World Record for the most words in a song, with 1,560. Additionally, the song was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance.

Did You Know:

Over one billion people have viewed Eminem’s “Rap God” video on YouTube.

1. Godzilla

Speed: 7.5 words per second
Artist: Eminem featuring Juice WRLD
Producer: Eminem, D.A. Doman
 Song Writer: Marshall Mathers and more.
 Released: January 28, 2020

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Godzilla, by renowned rapper Eminem, is still the fastest rap song in the world as of 2023 and holds the Guinness World Record.

Eminem is an American rapper who creates his rap lyrics. He was born Marshall Bruce Mathers III. He is renowned for being one of his generation’s fastest rappers.

Godzilla has one of the fastest-sung lyrics among the songs he wrote and sang. He thinks that when he drinks, he turns into Godzilla. So he swiftly raps and thinks he is unstoppable, becoming the King of Monsters. He concludes by urging anyone who disagrees with him to walk around him.

Did You Know:

The Rap Olympics gave Eminem his big break. In 1997, when we went to Los Angeles to compete in the Rap Olympics, Eminem got the chance to advance his career. Although Eminem came in second, the Interscope Records officials noticed him because of his performance and brought him to Dr. Dre.

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