July fourth is upon us, which means that Americans around the globe are celebrating their independence. America is now 242 years old, a relatively young country in a global aspect. As a standard tradition, fireworks will light up the skies and the smell grilled burgers and hot dogs are most likely wafting down your neighborhood streets. Parties every fashion will take place today; pool parties, house parties, and beach parties celebrating the good old red, white, and blue are occurring at every corner. A party is nothing without a good playlist, and for that, we have your back.
Turning up on the fourth will be that much easier without having to scroll through songs on your car ride to the next party. When you do waltz into the celebration your choice, there’s a good chance the person assigned to DJ duties will either be inebriated already, or on a fast track to reaching epic levels intoxication. Don’t let horrendous music kill your vibe. Our fourth July playlist has a little bit everything, and will keep the party going long into the fifth. Bass rattling cuts like Childish Gambino’s “This Is America,” or J. Cole’s G.O.M.D. are perfect to turn up to. Classic records like Tupac’s “California Love,” or Lil Wayne’s “Go DJ” are sure to be universally loved by anyone who hears them in the vicinity. So throw on that red, white, and blue outfit, grab a six-pack, and enjoy our July 4th playlist.
The fourth July is a day for celebration. Shooting fireworks, going to pool parties, grilling burgers and hot dogs, and drinking beer are perhaps the four most critical activities on Independence Day. Possibly watching the Will Smith flick in the name ‘Murica would also suffice. America turns 242 years old today, which is relatively young for a country. The nation might be engrossed in a political feud, but everyone can put their differences aside to celebrate the creation the country.
Throughout the course hip-hop’s existence, several artists have revealed their own take on the American Dream, or what it means to live in America. While some views may be grim or disheartening, others praise the lifestyles that they were able to attain in a country where anything can happen. Songs like “Fight the Power” by Public Enemy, or “God Bless Amerika” by Lil Wayne are meant to be introspective pieces. On the other side the spectrum, Jeezy and Nas’ “My President” and Petey Pablo’s “Raise Up (USA Flag Remix)” were created to bring people together in a positive light.
Whether you’re celebrating the fourth July at a pool party, at a cookout, with family and friends, or alone, these songs can be your playlist for the holiday. Here are ten the most patriotic hip-hop songs all-time.
Grand Theft Auto is arguably the most popular game in the world (although Fortnite is not trailing far behind). Although the game was initially released by Rockstar Games in 2013, gamers have been entranced by the series for the last five years because the online play. The game developers continuously update challenges, missions, and attainable items online to keep fans interested.
According to VideoGamer, Rockstar has released a new update to celebrate the Fourth July, and gamers should be excited to get their America on. The update will run until next Tuesday, and includes a long list American independence inspired discounts. Rockstar Games is currently fering 30% f the Mammoth Avenger & Renovations, Mobile Operations Center & Renovations, Vapid GB200, Grotti X80 Proto, and Imponte Ruiner 2000. There is also a 40% discount on these items:
-Western Motorcycle Company Sovereign
-Firework Launcher & Fireworks
-Star Spangled Banner Horns
-Patriot Tire & Parachute Smoke
-Stars n Stripes Facepaint
-Independence Day Clothing, Haircuts, Masks & Outfits
-Independence Day Mk II Weapon Liveries
There will also be double GTA cash rewards in all missions for Smuggler’s Run, Special Cargo, and Biker Sell. Hangars, Executive Offices, Special Cargo Warehouses, Biker Clubhouses, and Businesses will also be 50% f during the Fourth July update/sale.