Best Line: "Throwing thousands in the strip club with Drizzy/Difference is I'm throwing four, he's throwing fifty."
Album: Truly Yours 2

Cole takes his raps super-seriously, but on "Cole Summer" he shows he can have fun on the mic, too. His first verse here is off-the-cuff and self-effacing: He humbly begs Lauryn Hill not to sue him (he looped her "Nothing Even Matters" for the song's soulful beat), offers fans who don't like his album a refund, and calls himself cheap—admitting that Drake handily outflosses him at the strip clubs.