There are some pretty big groups in the gay rap game, including A$AP Rocky, Lil Wayne, The Roots and Lil Uzi Vert.
But which group is the best at making music about the most disgusting, hurtful, homophobic, rape-prone or homophobic acts imaginable?
According to the latest research, we’re getting there.
Rapper Rick Ross has made waves with his song ‘Rap God’, which is so vile and offensive that it’s spawned its own meme: The Rap God.
The song was featured on the cover of the UK’s new fashion magazine Vogue and was released on Tuesday, a few days after the US rapper T.I. was sentenced to 30 months in prison for assaulting a woman at his Atlanta home.
Ross’s song, which was initially released as a single and later included in a concert video, is now the most-watched rap song in the UK.
The Vogue cover is accompanied by a video that features Ross wearing a dress with a red ribbon on it and an emojis of his wife, Beyonce, holding the same dress, while holding a black leather dildo.
In the video, he sings: “I’m gonna get your pussy now, I’m gonna take your cock/ I’ma fuck your face now, and fuck your ass now.”
The clip has been viewed more than 3 million times on YouTube, with more than a million views on Ross’s Instagram account.
It is the kind of music that has been used by the likes of Rihanna, The Weeknd and Nicki Minaj, and which is already trending on Twitter.
It also includes homophobic slurs such as “fag,” “gay” and “faggot”.
But it’s not the only music with such homophobic lyrics.
Some of the most popular rap songs featuring gay lyrics are The Beatles, The Beatles: Rock, Paper, Scissors, The Rolling Stones and even Eminem’s 2010 hit song, ‘Straight Outta Compton’.
It’s a disturbing trend.
The gay rap trend began to take off after the release of Eminem’s seminal 1994 album Straight Outta Chicago, which hit number one in the US and reached number one worldwide.
The album was a huge hit in America and many of the songs featured in the album were considered classics.
The following year, the R&B singer Drake released his second album, Views.
Views was an album that featured a slew of homophobic and sexist lyrics, including: “The world’s a gay bar/ We all need to find our gay side” and “(expletive deleted).”
“There was also a scene in the song where a man who had recently had sex with a woman came out of a bar and started dancing in front of her,” explained Dr Michael Sacks, a psychologist at University College London, who was involved in the research.
“One of the lyrics in the film says ‘You can kiss my ass, but I don’t want you to touch my ass.’
The lyrics about sex and sex-based violence are very disturbing.”
He explained that the lyrics are indicative of the type of homophobic misogyny that pervades modern gay culture.
“There are many examples of lyrics that are offensive in terms of the way they are used, the language used, and how they relate to people’s everyday experience of being gay or lesbian,” said Dr Sacks.
“These lyrics often relate to the same types of homophobic attitudes that are expressed in the lyrics of other music, including in music from The Beatles.”‘
Rap God’ may have been released years ago, but it has a lasting impact on many people.
It has been a long journey for Ross and his team.
The song has been in the works for years and has been released as an official music video for the rapper’s upcoming album.
Ross is also a well-known figure in gay culture, having previously released a documentary series on the subject called ‘The Truth About Homosexuality.’
“The truth about Homosexuals is that we’re not like everyone else,” Ross said at the launch of the documentary.
“There are a lot of gay people out there.
But I’m not a homophobe.
I’ve been married to the woman I love for 20 years, and she’s never done anything to me.
She never abused me, she never sexually harassed me, and I’ve never had any kind of sex with anybody.
But you know what?
I love women.”
He added: “It’s true that it wasn’t easy to make a song like ‘Rap GOD’, because I had to be a bit more careful about the lyrics.
But it has been great for me because it has given me the confidence to write music that’s really inclusive and really sensitive.”
Ross’s music is not the first time the song has had a big impact.
In 2013, the rapper Tyga released a track called ‘Dope’, which was released as part of his forthcoming album