Rap Songs Music Chart - April 17, 2011

April 18, 2011 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Wiz Khalifa
You’ll be hard pressed to find two artists hotter at the moment than Wiz Khalifa and Big Sean. The Pittsburgh native is at an all-time high, catching another gust of wind after the Super Bowl and...Read More
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2
DJ Drama
Industry tastemaker and mixtape icon DJ Drama is prepping for the release of his third full-fledged Gangsta Grillz album. For a taste of the bombastic musical goodness that's in store, check out Oh...Read More
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3
Jeezy
Having received disappointing reviews for his last selection, The Lick, and frankly a few selections before that too, trap star and CTE CEO Young Jeezy pulls out the big guns for the latest street...Read More
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4
Tyga
A little time in the industry can really do a number on a guy. Take Tyga – once a fresh-faced youngster with a taste for Coconut Juice , the SoCal native now spends his days so high off the combined...Read More
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5
Fabolous
Collaborations are great aren’t they? Think about it, would Taco Bell’s Meal Deals be as epic without the Doritos? I think not. Hence the reason I love hearing various artists come together. From...Read More
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B.o.B
In the brand new sequel to acclaimed shooter Crysis, the action moves from the first installment's fictional Lingshan Island to the urban jungle of New York, where “high-tech armored cyborg war...Read More
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Big Sean
Big Sean has been signed for more a minute now, and although has put out a consistent string of mixtape hits, he has lacked the necessary radio hit that artists need to become a household name. Thanks...Read More
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8
Game
If hip-hop gave Just Blaze grief over sampling Haddaway's What Is Love then they should be raising pitchforks at Cool & Dre over Game's newest single, Red Nation, from the oft-delayed R.E.D Album. The...Read More
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9
Snoop Dogg
While most Hip-Hop weed heads are anticipating the release of Wiz Khalifa’s Rolling Papers, weed veteran Snoop Dogg has dropped an early summer gem that might be one of the smoothest songs of 2011....Read More
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10
Eminem
After 2.0 Boys is done, you might need to sit down and reflect on what the hell just happened. The barrage of rhymes spit by Eminem, Slaughterhouse and Yelawolf are enough to knock you over. Over...Read More
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11
Kendrick Lamar
Like most mentally stable individuals, 2011 XXL Freshman Kendrick Lamar takes rumors of a 2012 apocalypse with a grain of salt the size of a refrigerator. Regardless, he's not taking any chances –...Read More
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12
Lloyd Banks
Getting To It Mandatory, the newest leak from Lloyd Banks' forthcoming and currently unscheduled mixtape Cold Corner 2, will both disappoint and please. It depends on what kind of fan you are....Read More
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13
Dr. Dre
When I see a track that has Dr. Dre’s name associated with Detox, I can’t help but roll my eyes. However, when I saw the names Eminem and Skylar Grey (co-writer of Love the Way You Lie) attached...Read More
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14
Rick Ross
Apparently, Rick Ross and Lil Wayne have gone green. After lending the Young Money millionaire his vocals for a recycled and renamed version of I'm A Star (see new single, John), Mr. Rozay has...Read More
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15
Swizz Beatz
It seems like only yesterday that Swizz Beatz was getting Fancy with Drake and Mary J. Blige. Always a mover and a shaker, he's elevated to Haute Living status and has titled his upcoming project...Read More
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16
DJ Khaled
I don't know about you guys, but I count myself lucky not to live in DJ Khaled's 'hood. Inner-city crime and pollution I can handle, but trying to sleep while the We the Best general is screaming...Read More
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17
Vado
Although some of us have heard Vado’s Check Em Out before, a newly leaked version features guest appearances from Ludacris and Jadakiss - but is it better? Produced by Butter Beats, the simple bass...Read More
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Wiz Khalifa
What more can I say? It's frickin' Wiz Khalifa and Too Short. On a Jim Jonsin beat. It's almost as predictable as the sun shining. But I wouldn't be a writer if I stopped there, so let’s dig into...Read More
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Snoop Dogg
Over the weekend, I heard Gz & Hustlas from Snoop Dogg’s debut album Doggystyle and a tear came to my eye. The shifty eyed laid back gangsta has undergone so many cosmetic changes that at this...Read More
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