Top Hip Hop / R&B Songs Music Chart - April 05, 2014

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Drake
On April 11, the major motion picture Draft Day will be released to theaters. The film's plot follows Sonny Weaver, played by Kevin Costner, a GM for the Browns who has the opportunity to save...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Chris Brown
Chris Brown has been keeping busy on the guest tip during the first quarter of 2014, lending his vocals to joints by Juicy J (Talkin Bout), The Menace (Put on My N**gas) and Kid Ink (Show Me (Remix))....Read More
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Big Boi
Ever listened to Lines, the A$AP Rocky-assisted standout off Big Boi's sophomore LP, and said to yourself, “This would sound great if you crossed it with A-Ha's Take on Me.”? I sure as hell have...Read More
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Tyga
A family of disorders primarily afflicting the elderly, Senile Dementia is associated with a wide variety of symptoms, including impaired memory, confusion, disorientation, and a lack of appreciation...Read More
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YG
Fresh off earning positive reader reviews for strip club anthem Left, Right, YG returns to kick off the New Year with another freshly-minted single off his forthcoming debut set. On this street-ready...Read More
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Big K.R.I.T.
It's Wednesday, and y'all know what that means: another fresh piece of content from Big K.R.I.T.. Follow-up to yesterday's Conscious Effort freestyle, which didn't make it onto our front page, the...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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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
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50 Cent
Back in February, 50 Cent kicked off his independent hustle with The Funeral, a buzz single off his fifth full-length. The record earned rave reviews from listeners in the Booth, who regarded its...Read More
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Lupe Fiasco
Were you one of the hardcore Lupe Fiasco fans who heaved a sigh of disappointment at the straightforward, radio-ready style of last week's Snitches? Then Thorns & Horns is for you. A loosie released...Read More
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50 Cent
And the new singles from 50 Cent just keep rolling in. Though our eardrums have barely had time to recover from the one-two punch of Hold On and Don't Worry Bout It, the newly-independent NYC mainstay...Read More
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Juicy J
In the wake of last Sunday's Grammy Awards ceremony, everybody's Talkin' Bout Katy Perry and Juicy J's performance of #1 Billboard chart-topper Dark Horse. Granted, most of the conversation revolves...Read More
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Drake
Earlier this morning, we brought y'all We Made It [Freestyle], the first of “four or five” tracks Drake plans to liberate in celebration of the New Year. Numero dos, the just-released Trophies,...Read More
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Jaymes Young
Hip-hop and Sufjan Stevens (and indie rock, in general, for that matter) have always been strange bedfellows. Every so often a DJBooth-approved artist will stretch the boundaries of their genre and...Read More
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Future
Shots fired! (Well, maybe.) Shots fired! (Maybe.) While there's a lot to talk about on the official remix to Future's explicitly-titled Sh*t, most prominently including yet another absolutely crushing...Read More
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Rich Quick
Real, Rugged and Raw—three adjectives that almost always bode well, when applied to a hip-hop record. Rich Quick's latest feature, of course, is no exception to that rule. Making its world premiere...Read More
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Nas
Next month, Nas will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of his epochal Illmatic LP with a digital re-release of the album. In addition to the 10 tracks that every hip-hop head knows and loves, this...Read More
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Jay Electronica
After enjoying last week's Better in Tune With the Infinite, I had silently resigned myself to another year or two without new music from from Jay Electronica. Now, though, it seems that the famously...Read More
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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
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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
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Jhené Aiko
Yesterday, rising R&B star Jhené Aiko celebrated the start of her 26th year on this planet. Perhaps in order to prepare for the festivities to follow, she worked a quick nap into her special day....Read More
Posted one year ago by richard

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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
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T-Pain
Though we featured Up Down (Do This All Day) way back in August of 2013, T-Pain's hit single still enjoys a coveted place on our Club Hip Hop Chart. The Autotune maven's recent good fortune has, of...Read More
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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 richard
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