Rappers are famous for mentioning their flashy new cars in lyrics, which in my experience makes them exactly like every coworker or neighbor on the planet, except their cars are slightly more interesting. With an attention to detail that makes me wonder if I need better ADHD medication, MC Big Data at Medium's Cuepoint blog has created an exhaustive database of references to cars in rap songs. The investigation does not cover old-school rap, but includes thousands and thousands of songs released from 1995 to the present.

While I recommend diving into MC Big Data's detailed analysis, here are some highlights (and some of my own observations) to fuel your watercooler chatter: