Top Hip Hop / R&B Songs Music Chart - August 01, 2010

August 2, 2010 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Kid CuDi
Kid Cudi owes much of his success to his widespread appeal. In addition to having hip-hop nation on lock, or at least the stoner portion thereof, Mr. Solo Dolo attracts no shortage of hipsters and...Read More
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Bruno Mars
Singing the hook of a number one song, Nothin’ on You, is a huge accomplishment, and following it closely with another top ten smash, Billionaire, is an unprecedented success. Now the man behind...Read More
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3
Chris Brown
Whether it was because of a media conspiracy, as he alleges, because the album wasn’t very good, or a little bit of both, the numbers say that Chris Brown’s Graffiti was a relative flop for...Read More
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Drake
If the hype is to be believed, Drake’s debut album Thank Me Later will sell approximately eleven billion copies, cure cancer and reverse global warming when it’s released. Well, I’ll be damned...Read More
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Eminem
This is like when Run DMC and Aerosmith got together, I swear. Two of the biggest names in modern music culture have teamed up for a collaboration that has radio screaming number one, and with the...Read More
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Trey Songz
After a huge year, R&B’s new posterboy Trey Songz is back with the single off his upcoming album Passion, Pain & Pleasure. Utilizing the abilities of Banger University graduate Kane Beatz, Mr. Steal...Read More
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Jeremih
Pretty much everyone in the Booth agreed that Jeremih's self-titled debut was a solid set, but will the Birthday Sex singer succeed in crafting a follow-up that will ensure his longevity in the game?...Read More
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Taio Cruz
It’s been said that “insanity” can be defined as performing the same activity over and over and expecting a different result. I never thought I could possibly be insane until this morning when I...Read More
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Mike Posner
Mike Posner may not be a household name quite yet but, with his first headlining tour on the horizon and an album set to hit stores before the summer's out, the Duke grad's clearly poised to blast off...Read More
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Birdman
If there’s anything that Cash Money is known for, it’s a sense of Loyalty and family values. Apart from the Juve-B.G.-Mannie Fresh fiasco, CM has stuck behind their artists. Although the Hot Boys...Read More
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Rick Ross
Over the last few weeks we’ve heard a trickling of leaks and releases from Rick Ross’ highly anticipated album Teflon Don, from the radio flop Super High to the Kanye-dominated Live Fast Die...Read More
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Nelly
Wouldn't it be crazy if we all woke up tomorrow to find that we're still living in Nelly's early-2000s glory days, and everything we thought had happened since then was, in reality, Just a Dream? Hey,...Read More
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Drake
Here’s how it works. Drake announces he’s releasing a new track, we all stare at our computer screens like porn addicts waiting for it to arrive, and once it does we dissect it like surgeons. That...Read More
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John Legend
This is Sunday morning music. The individual sounds of artists like Common, Melanie Fiona, John Legend, and The Roots are as smooth and refreshing as a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice. But the...Read More
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Ciara
If you're like me, you came up in a household where use of the word ”Gimme” would not only not get you what you wanted, but was likely to earn you a slap on the rear. Then again, “Could I please...Read More
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Maejor
I’m sure if Mr. and Mrs. Pacman were to express their longing for one another, they would have more class to say, “We should (insert gaming sound here) with each other”. Not so for...Read More
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Jeezy
When Jeezy released Lose My Mind I had mixed feelings. Sure, the Drumma Boy produced knock-fest was sonically triumphant and Mr. Trap or Die’s hook was more infectious than the swine flu. But having...Read More
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Big Boi
With just one week left before the release of Big Boi’s anticipated solo album Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty, Andre Patton gives us one more taste before releasing the whole meal on...Read More
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Bun B
When a legendary emcee gets together with a legendary producer, the result is usually a letdown because expectations are impossibly high. However, there’s absolutely no letdown in the works when Bun...Read More
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