Rap Music Chart

Rap Chart - Beats, rhymes and nothing else - 20 rap songs to get your head-nodding. Created by combining how many times the song has been played with your ratings, DJBooth's charts help turn today's brand new music into tomorrow's hit records.

April 19, 2010 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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B.o.B

B.o.B - Don't Let Me Fall

As a result of being an adventurous eater - I’m not afraid to try things like alligator tongue or snake meat - I’ve learned that some things just don’t mix (I’m looking at you mayo and chocolate). With that said,...Read More
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Gudda Gudda

Gudda Gudda ft. Lil Wayne - I Don’t Like The Look (Willy Wonka)

In his review of We Are Young Money, our own Nathan S. observed that, for as long as folks have been pointing to Gudda Gudda as the label's “Next Big Thing,” the New Orleans native has yet to truly justify the hype. Well,...Read More
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Rick Ross

Rick Ross ft. Ne-Yo - Super High

I know what you're thinking: has Rick Ross given up the cocaine hustle to become a weed rapper?! Inconceivable! Well, fans of the Miami heavyweight can breathe a sigh of relief; Super High, the lead single off his...Read More
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Wale

Wale ft. Chris Brown & Fabolous - Pretty Girls (Remix)

Finally, a big-league remix of one of my favorite songs of 09-10. Wale keeps his fans' Attention as he recruits remix king Fabolous and the mechanical dummy Chris Brown for a Best Kept Secret-produced remake of the D.C....Read More
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B.o.B

B.o.B ft. Playboy Tre & T.I. - Bet I Bust

If you have a set of wheels and your commute is as long as mine every day, you would have to either be deaf or have a broken stereo not to notice that B.o.B.’s latest chart-topper Nothin’ On You is as omnipresent as...Read More
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Game

Game ft. Pharrell Williams - It Must Be Me

I started listening to The Neptunes (or N.E.R.D. for you throwback fans) in my younger years, and since then I’ve realized that their beats are just not meant for every artist. That being said, Game's new street single It...Read More
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Juelz Santana

Juelz Santana ft. Lil Wayne - Home Run

Approximately 47 years ago (I said approximately) Harlem heavy hitter Juelz Santana and a not-yet super famous Lil Wayne promised they’d be releasing the collabo album I Can’t Feel My Face, but label issues have shelved...Read More
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Baby Bash

Baby Bash ft. Marty James - Fantasy Girl

Having parted ways with J Records, Baby Bash may be flying solo on the label tip, but when it comes to female companionship, the Southern emcee/r&b crooner never has to worry about being alone. How is that possible? Well, on...Read More
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Wiz Khalifa

Wiz Khalifa ft. Curren$y & Big K.R.I.T - Glass House

To paraphrase the popular saying, when you're living in a Glass House, you shouldn't throw stones – fortunately for a guy who loves his reefer as much as Booth favorite Wiz Khalifa, however, there's no reason you can't get...Read More
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Fabolous

Fabolous ft. Nicki Minaj - For the Money

No rapper has confused and frustrated hardcore hip-hop heads over the last few years more than Fabolous. On one hand, his mic skills are undeniable; he’s unarguably got the best punchlines in the game. On the other,...Read More
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Yo Gotti

Yo Gotti ft. Lil Wayne - Women Lie, Men Lie

Women lie, men lie, and while numbers may not lie, both men and women lie about numbers, meaning numbers also can’t be trusted. Follow all that? If not don’t worry, just listen to Yo Gotti’s cut Women Lie, Men Lie, a...Read More
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Ludacris

Ludacris ft. Shawnna - How Low (Can You Go)

Despite all the rumors - and actual onstage announcements - it appears that Shawnna, the female head of the DTP family, has not left Ludacris’ label to become one of T-Pain’s Nappy Boys, in fact she’s proceeding as...Read More
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Timbaland

Timbaland ft. Billy Blue & T-Pain - Talk That

The underwhelming performance of Shock Value 2, along with that asinine “I'm done with hip-hop," remark, may have left Timbaland with a little egg on his face going into 2010, but the veteran producer/rapper isn't crawling...Read More
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DJ Khaled

DJ Khaled ft. T-Pain, Ludacris, Rick Ross & Snoop Dogg - All I Do Is Win

According to DJ Khaled’s new single All I Do Is Win, but that title feels ironic considering his last two offerings, Put Your Hands Up and Fed Up, were relative losers in the DJBooth rating department. Still, whatever your...Read More
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Young Money

Young Money ft. Lloyd - Bed Rock

Lil Wayne is undoubtedly one of the most powerful men in hip-hop, but his Royal Weezyness is on a mission to expand his empire beyond himself and build a true Young Money movement. Hence Bed Rock, the second single by the...Read More
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Big Sean

Big Sean - What U Doin? (Bullsh*ttin’)

Big Sean's initials may be “B.S.,” but his rhymes are the gospel truth; as he explains on the lead street single off his long-awaited Def Jam/G.O.O.D. Music debut, it's everyone else that's Bullsh*ttin'. With the...Read More
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Cypress Hill

Cypress Hill ft. Mike Shinoda - Carry Me Away

Peanut butter and bananas are good on their own, but the combination of the two is the perfect recipe for a tasty treat. Thanks to the King (meaning Elvis, sorry T.I. and Mez), the fusion of the two flavors is now a staple in...Read More
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Joell Ortiz

Joell Ortiz ft. Novel - Call Me (Remix)

With an impressive four-star average reader rating, the original version of Free Agent lead single Call Me most definitely falls into the “if it ain't broke” category, but listeners shouldn't begrudge three musicians as...Read More
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Timbaland

Timbaland ft. Drake - Say Something

In order to get the public properly excited about the release of his upcoming third solo album, beatmaster Timbaland will be releasing a steady stream of singles, starting with last week’s listener approved Morning After...Read More
 

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