Rap Music Chart


Rap Chart - Beats, rhymes and nothing else - 20 rap songs to get your head-nodding. Created by combining how many times the song has been played with your ratings, DJBooth's charts help turn today's brand new music into tomorrow's hit records.

August 1, 2011 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s Top Rap Chart! As always, your feedback has determined which songs made the cut. Each chart’s lineup is calculated using a special DJBooth.net Formula that …...Read More

1
 Gilbere Forte'

Gilbere Forte' ft. Tyga & Raak - Burn Me Down

Gilbere Forte's brought us music for just about every mood over the course of his eclectic tenure in the Booth, but I can't recall ever hearing him quite as fired up as he gets on his latest effort—single numero uno off his...Read More
2
Royce Da 5'9

Royce Da 5?9" - Legendary

Does Royce Da 5'9” qualify as a Legendary emcee? If you're a devotee of the Detroit scene, or simply a connoisseur of aggressive street lyricism, the answer is likely “Damn straight.” Those still on the fence, however,...Read More
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Wiz Khalifa

Wiz Khalifa ft. Curren$y & Big Sean - O.T.T.R

You know how, in D.A.R.E. class, they told you that weed would slow down your mental facilities and eventually turn you into a drooling invalid? Well, I'm not gonna say those boys in blue were lying to you, but Wiz Khalifa's...Read More
4
Joell Ortiz

Joell Ortiz & Novel ft. Bun B & Tech N9ne - Night Train (Remix)

Back in the day—the late 19th Century, that is—grueling hours forced railway engineers, conductors, brakemen and other workers to fight a constant battle against fatigue, with thousands of deaths (and tens of thousands of...Read More
5
Game

Game - Infrared

After a seemingly endless series of album delays and a few downright bizarre musical missteps (see P*ssy Fight... or better yet, don't.), could Game be back to his old, dope self again—just in time for the release of his...Read More
6
Pusha T

Pusha T ft. Tyler, The Creator - Trouble on My Mind

Considering the heavy influence of Hell Hath No Fury-era Neptunes on the Odd Future frontman's production style, it was only a matter of time before Tyler, the Creator landed on a joint with Pusha T, Chad and Pharrell. Bound...Read More
7
Jay Rock

Jay Rock ft. Chris Brown - Westside

While Kendrick Lamar enjoys his status as hip-hop’s current favorite Californian newcomer, it can be easy to forget about the rest of the TDE collective. It’s a good thing for Jay Rock that there’s more than enough...Read More
8
DJ Khaled

DJ Khaled ft. Young Jeezy & Ludacris - Money

With the arrival of his latest full-length just around the corner, DJ Khaled takes the opportunity to whet fans' appetites with one more leak off the project. On standout cut Money, Ludacris and Jeezy address --what else--...Read More
9
Big Sean

Big Sean, Curren$y & Wiz Khalifa - Dot Dot Dot

Fresh off the release of O.T.T.R., Weed Brownies and (the non-Booth featured) Flowers, Big Sean, Curren$y and Wiz Khalifa are back with yet another leak off their forthcoming collaborative. On Dot Dot Dot, Big Jerm jazzes...Read More
10
Lil Wayne

Lil Wayne - How to Love

Prepare for the internet to explode in 5, 4, 3….. When Lil Wayne emerged from Rikers we didn’t know how the incarceration would affect his music, but after first single, Six Foot Seven Foot, it seemed like the answer was...Read More
11
Game

Game ft. Chris Brown - Pot Of Gold

After a downright epic wait, it's looking like Game fans will finally get their hands on a new album before the summer's out. While the R.E.D. Album may be back on track for release, those two-plus years of delays and label...Read More
12
DJ Khaled

DJ Khaled ft. Mary J. Blige, Jadakiss & Fabolous - It Aint Over Til Its Over

Best known as a creator (and shouter-over) of raucous, star-studded street bangers, DJ Khaled recently branched out with I'm on One--a joint with a relatively understated vibe and, shockingly, minimal yelling. Turns out that...Read More
13
Ace Hood

Ace Hood ft. T-Pain - King of the Streets

Ace Hood may have just scored a radio hit with the Breezy-assisted Body 2 Body, but the Floridian hustler is still King of the Streets. Just in case anyone forget, the We the Best signee teams up with T-Pain to reaffirm his...Read More
14
Lil Wayne

Lil Wayne - Tunechi’s Back (Freestyle)

Lil Wayne claiming to be, well, Lil Wayne is a considerably more modest boast than Meek Mill declaring himself the second coming of 2Pac but, personally, I couldn't be happier to know that Tunechi's Back in fighting form....Read More
15
Drake

Drake - Dreams Money Can Buy

If DJBooth.net had printing presses, somebody would be running down the hall right now screaming to stop them. What's the occasion? Only a new, apropos-of-nothing-in-particular release from one of the heaviest heavyweights in...Read More
16
Wiz Khalifa

Wiz Khalifa ft. Big Sean & Curren$y - Proceed

You can try to hate but, really, how does one resist Wiz Khalifa's chillax demeanor? Especially when he decides to bring his whole crew along for the ride. Yeah... I'll wait. Proceed is another collaborative effort between...Read More
17
J. Cole

J. Cole - Work Out

Kanye's The New Workout Plan was a dope song to be sure, but you know what would be really dope? If someone came along and flipped it so that, instead of being about exercise, it was about casual sex. What's that? That's what...Read More
18
Young Buck

Young Buck - Addicted

In a genre packed with tales of unlikely triumph over adversity, Young Buck is one of the most tenacious underdogs in the bunch. Just what is it that keeps the Southern underground mainstay coming back for more, in spite of...Read More
19
Kardinal Offishall

Kardinal Offishall - Ol Time Killin Part II (Anywhere)

As has been the pattern with all too many underground mainstays-gone-major, Kardinal Offishall began to stray into more homogeneous musical territory since getting his big break—in his case, toning down his distinctive,...Read More
 

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