Top 10 Hyphy Videos of all time

Ghost riding 'til we die
By CARLY CARIOLI  |  February 15, 2007

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With Warner Bros. snapping up the cream of the Yay Area rap scene, TVT capitalizing on Hyphy Hitz, and even indie-rock geeks learning how  to ghost ride the whip, we figured it's high time to take a quick look back at how we got here. So get your stunna shades on and get ready to go dumb: it's the top 10 hyphy videos of all time!

10. Federation feat. E-40, "Hyphy"

9. The Pack, "Vans"

8. Mac Dre and Yukmouth, "Boss Tycoon"

7. The A'z, "Yadadamean"

6. DJ Shadow feat. Keak Da Sneak and Turf Talk, "3 Freaks"

5. Nump featuring the D.B.'z, "Stunna Shadez"

4. Mistah F.A.B., "Ghost Ride It"

3. Federation, "18 Dummy"

2. E-40, "Tell Me When To Go"

1. Keak Da Sneak, "Super Hyphy"

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