Top Hip Hop / R&B Songs Music Chart - April 03, 2011

April 4, 2011 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......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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2
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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3
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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4
Pitbull
Known for pumping out hits like BP pumps oil into the Gulf (is it too late for that joke?), Pitbull has developed the perfect formula for that thing we call the “single.” Year after year, I’ve...Read More
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5
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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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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7
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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9
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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10
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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11
Nicki Minaj
I recently took a trip back to Philly and took a break from down South radio for some East Coast Hip-Hop. However, all that seemed to blast from the speakers was Nicki Minaj’s newest release Did It...Read More
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12
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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Lil Wayne
When Lil Wayne first exited Rikers Island the media went a little, shall we say, overboard? Weezy’s first post-prison guest verse! Weezy’s first post-prison party! Weezy’s first post-prison Hot...Read More
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14
Lloyd
Sure most of us are still working off a bit of a romance hangover after the love fest that was Valentine’s Day, but can you ever really have too much of Cupid's touch? Ok, so maybe you can, but in...Read More
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15
Cee-Lo Green
If you take nothing else away from Cee-Lo's music, bear in mind that the man goes hard in the paint in just about everything he does. When he was scorned, we got F*ck You, which became an anthem for...Read More
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16
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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17
Pusha T
When Runaway dropped and I realized Pusha T was the newest signee to Mr. West’s G.O.O.D. Music label, the first thing I thought (after, why didn’t ‘Ye just sign Malice too?), was that this was a...Read More
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18
J. Cole
Murder doesn’t (obviously) only affect the victim, it affects the murderer too, in ways that are often profound, devastating and rarely discussed in hip-hop. In fact, other than Ghostface’s...Read More
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Chamillionaire
Chamillionaire’s fourth Poison Playlist feature is the Short Dawg assisted Passenger Seat, a Southern groove sure to get burn in more than a few Caddys down in Houston, and around the country....Read More
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