Club Hip Hop Songs Music Chart - April 26, 2014

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Kevin McCall
Gentlemen, Kevin McCall has some bad news for you. I'll let the former RCA Records R&B singer (now unsigned) speak for himself: “I f**ked Yo Chick.” As he hastens to make clear on his latest...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Mally Mall
Life is full of difficult decisions: marriage, car insurance, school for your children, keeping your sheets clean when you have a bad girl in your bed. Well, Mally Mall is here to help you with that...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Game
While the Urbandictionary entry for “THOT” indicates that the Chicago slang term (an acronym for “That Hoe out There” or “Thirsty Hoe out There”) has been around since at least 2012, all...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Tyga
Tyga knows how to make a hit. Chris Brown, too, knows how to make a hit. I'm not a mathematician but, when two hitmakers get together, the result has got to be a super, mega smash-hit, right? Well,...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Katy Perry
Between Pharrell's hat choice debacle and the whole Best Rap Album travesty (not to mention Kendrick and Imagine Dragons' epic performance) you might have missed a few things at the 56th annual Grammy...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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K Camp
K. Camp may think nothing of tossing a few hundreds at a talented pole dancer, but don't get it twisted; if a woman starts to cost him too much time and/or money relative to his enjoyment of her...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Beyoncé
In addition to offering listeners an unprecedented level of insight into the pop songstress's erotic adventures, Beyoncé's latest full-length has helped liven up the sex lives of many of her...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Kid Ink
Released to considerable Booth acclaim back in September of 2013, the lead single off Kid Ink's RCA/Alumni debut set has received the inevitable star-studded remix. Bay Area hitmaker DJ Mustard's...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Far East Movement
An English teacher would tell you that, if something's already The Illest, it can't get any iller. But when did a hip-hop artist ever let grammar stop them from bringing something dope into the world?...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Swizz Beatz
In 2010, DJ Khaled said, err, screamed Put Your Hands Up. More than a year later, 50 Cent went on to say the exact same thing. And, as you're probably well aware, this trend continued into 2012,...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Juvenile
Juvenile is a card-carrying ass man, but it takes a special kind of Booty to catch the New Orleans veteran's eye. He likes 'em big, round and (as he put it on a cut off Reality Check) loose. On this...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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A-Trak
Producing hit records is thirsty work. That's why, when A-Trak and Lex Luger hit the club, they always make sure to purchase at least 100 Bottles of top-shelf champagne. And if Travi$ Scott's along...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Miley Cyrus
On her latest LP, Miley Cyrus sought (with a little help from her stable of hitmaking producers) to infuse hip-hop and trap influences into her sound, but hit second single Wrecking Ball stuck close...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Wiz Khalifa
Unless you have been off the internet all day today (which seems highly unlikely if you are reading this feature), then you probably know that Kanye's College Dropout turned 10 years old. If all goes...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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DJ Snake
Popularized in cuts by T-Wayne and DJ Drama, “Turn Down for What” was one of last year's most popular hip-hop catchphrases—and it's gonna be even bigger in 2014, if Lil Jon and DJ Snake have...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Iggy Azalea
Before you hit play on Iggy Azalea's latest single, you may want to don an ascot or a classy gown. Oh, and be sure to stick your pinky out before hitting play. This joint is just too damn Fancy to...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Pitbull
On his last single, Wild Wild Love, Pitbull injected a little folk-rock into his dancefloor-ready sound. While it didn't reach the stature of his biggest hits, the experiment was enough of a success...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Young Chop
Craving something that'll rattle the fillings right out of your teeth? Then you've come to the right place; after all, ain't nobody Bang Like Chop. Young Chop's debut headlining feature, his first...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Pharrell Williams
Yesterday, Pharrell Willams released his highly-anticipated sophomore solo album. To celebrate its arrival, Booth-acclaimed beatsmith !llmind has put his own spin on the set's ubiquitous,...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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B.o.B
Craving some music that'll transport you back in time to hip-hop's Golden Age? Then B.o.B's latest single may disappoint you. But if you're looking for something that'll make women Throw that Back at...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z

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Sean Kingston
Aside from a small guest feature on Mally Mal's Wake Up In It single, Sean Kingston hasn't appeared on our pages since the release of '13 album Back 2 Life. That all changes today, with the release of...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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G-Eazy
On the lead single off his next independent full-length, G-Eazy looked back on his carefree (and mildly debauched) adolescence, and scoffed at those who doubted his ability to succeed in the hip-hop...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Hit-Boy
Now that we are nearing the end of the week, I bet you're worn out from a rough past few days of work or school. Think your four day grind is rough? It don't mean sh*t! Especially compared to Hit-Boy,...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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