Rap Songs Music Chart - April 22, 2012

April 23, 2012 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Theophilus London
While it's traditional for hip-hop artists to value money over (ahem) women, alt-rap sensation and inveterate ladies' man Theophilus London has always made romance priority numero uno. Which isn't to...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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Asher Roth
I’m not quite sure how Rick James felt about hip-hoppers sampling his music, (yes, I know Eddie Murphy sang it, but see Rick…oh forget it) but I’m convinced that he would’ve approved of new...Read More
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Meek Mill
What fun is success if you can't lord it over your competition? Meek Mill, for one, isn't about to pass up the chance to take the haters down a notch or three. Premiered earlier this week via...Read More
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Snoop Dogg
After a long and successful career, most people start looking forward to retirement and taking home that gold watch. Well, Snoop Dogg isn’t like most people. Still going strong almost twenty years...Read More
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B.o.B
It seems like only yesterday B.o.B. dropped off his latest official single, a jam which found him struggling to stay afloat as he navigated the troubled waters of fame and fortune. Wait, that was just...Read More
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Kirko Bangz
Update: Click "Watch Now" above to view Kirko's "Drank in My Cup (Remix) video. Originally released as a single (but not featured) back in fall of 2011, Kirko Bangz' Drank in My Cup has received the...Read More
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Nas
Black Girl Lost, a joint off Nas' classic sophomore set, found the rap icon calling upon African-American women to raise their consciousness and respect themselves, rather than falling into...Read More
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CyHi The Prynce
Agen is a beautiful city, but why two Atlanta natives like CyHi The Prynce and B.o.B. would craft an ode to the Papa New Guinea township is beyond me. Wait..hold on…I’m being told that CyHi’s...Read More
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9
MGK (Machine Gun Kelly)
How do you make a record like Wild Boy, the current street single from Machine Gun Kelly, even wilder? Well, you could play it on leopard-print vinyl, while wearing a ghillie suit, in the middle of...Read More
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10
Waka Flocka Flame
Update: Click " Watch Now" above to view Waka's "I Don't Really Care" video. Waka Flocka Flame has no shortage of haters, but does he give a damn? Nope--on new single I Don't Really Care, the 1017...Read More
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T.I.
Life hasn't exactly been easy for T.I.; with the legal problems that have plagued the Grand Hustle mogul in recent memory, he's more than earned the appellation, “Trouble Man.” And,...Read More
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Tyga
Originally released back in September (but not featured in the Booth), Tyga's popular street single Rack City returns in officially remixed form. Joining the Young Money spitter over DJ Mustard's...Read More
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Yo Gotti
Update: Click "Watch Video" above to view Yo Gotti's "Colors" video. Yo Gotti suffers from an extremely rare (and lucrative) form of Colorblindness; as the Memphis representer reveals on his latest...Read More
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Obie Trice
“Obie Trice, real name, no gimmicks...” is arguably one of the most famous one-liners in rap history…ever. You disagree? Well, that’s ok, I really don’t care. Regardless, that famous line...Read More
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Wiz Khalifa
Back with the visuals for his more mellowed out song Brainstorm, Wiz Khalifa, the Steel City’s finest, gives fans an inside look into his pre and post performance routine. (And yes, you guessed...Read More
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Tyga
A few years ago (let’s say two) the mere thought of Tyga doing a track with Wale and Nas would have caused the craniums of hip-hop heads worldwide to explode. “You mean the Coconut Juice guy on a...Read More
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Wale
It was the summer of 2006, when I graduated high school and my niece was born, both great reasons for remembering that summer so clearly. But I also remember a new rapper who broke through with his...Read More
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18
Curren$y
Whether you're talking vehicles or females, Curren$y is all about velocity. On Fast Cars Faster Women, the second single off his forthcoming full-length, the New Orleans rhymesayer spits about the...Read More
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Travis Porter
With their debut studio album on track for release late next month, Travis Porter are amping up listener anticipation with new single Ride Like That. The follow-up to the Tyga-assisted Ayy Ladies,...Read More
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