Top Hip Hop / R&B Songs Music Chart - April 24, 2011

April 25, 2011 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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T-Pain
I don’t mean to reveal too much about what goes on behind-the-scenes here at the Booth, but I’ve pretty much got my pick of songs to write about each day, and I tend to pick songs that seem the...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Trey Songz
When Trey Songz lets you know right off the bat that he’s gonna get a little nasty, prepare for a romp that’ll make you either blush or run to your nearest corner store for a pack of rubbers. The...Read More
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3
Chris Brown
Happy New Year and Happy Disappointing Collaboration! Okay, so maybe I’m being extra hard on Chris Brown’s self released Look at Me Now, featuring the kings of guest feature slaughter, Lil Wayne...Read More
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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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5
Royce Da 5'9
How do you effectively drop a dope single that gets everyone talking? The question has been asked over and over again by every rapper, singer, DJ, and label head, but there still doesn’t seem to be...Read More
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Mindless Behavior
As someone who flexes his brain for a living (hey, these blurbs take some serious juice), you'd better believe I can appreciate a little Mindless Behavior every now and then. While the type of...Read More
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7
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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Wiz Khalifa
If you're not a Wiz Khalifa fan and you just wish he'd go away, I have to be honest, there’s a better chance of Rick Ross doing a country western album. Hate him or love him, Wiz has done a great...Read More
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9
New Boyz
Craving a fresh single from the New Boyz? Well, guess what: I Don't Care! Just kidding, just kidding – rest assured, there's nothing more important to me than catering to your every whim. Anyway,...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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11
Miguel
In pop music as in love, the only Sure Thing is that there are no sure things. (And before anyone says anything, yes, I do realize that statement is self-contradictory.) Judging by the positive Booth...Read More
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Lupe Fiasco
Now that the, well, fiasco that was the release of Lupe's third full-length has largely died down, it's possible to appreciate Lasers for what it is: a quality, if uncharacteristically pop-oriented...Read More
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13
YG
Would you like to hear YG join forces with Young Money representative Tyga and R&B heavyweight Chris Brown on a brand new single? If you answered that question with a hearty “Hell yeah,” then...Read More
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Kelly Rowland
From her Destiny’s Child days to the review I wrote for her previous Ms. Kelly album, I’ve heard my fair share of Kelly Rowland. Still, I’m no Rowlandologist, so while I’m sure truly dedicated...Read More
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David Guetta
If you'll permit me to get a little Honors English on y'all, classical scholar Sir Richard Livingstone once stated that “Our danger is not too few, but too many options ... to be puzzled by...Read More
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T-Pain
Valentine's Day may be over, but T-Pain's still spreading love the best way he can: through the same whimsical AutoTune stylings that have become his signature. Thankfully, the Nappy Boy CEO took a...Read More
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17
Keri Hilson
While her latest album No Boys Allowed has performed decently Keri Hilson is still looking for that one monster hit to catapult her back into music’s elite (a la Knock You Down and Turning Me On)....Read More
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Wiz Khalifa
Sure a rapper has a loyal fanbase, but can they reach people across the musical spectrum? It’s called crossover appeal, and after Black & Yellow pretty much set the world on fire, Wiz Khalifa...Read More
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Jennifer Lopez
In 2003 Jennifer Lopez was unarguably one of the biggest stars on the planet, regularly cranking out top ten hits and sold out shows, while Lil Wayne was mostly known for coining “drop it like...Read More
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