Rap Songs Music Chart - August 25, 2013

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1
Earl Sweatshirt
With his major-label debut just a week and change away from release, Earl Sweatshirt is stoking the flames of anticipation with yet another fresh record off the project. Whereas the Odd Future...Read More
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2
2 Chainz
Aside from science, math class was the bane of my existence; I could never get the hang of it no matter how hard I tried (I swear, mom). Despite my hatred, however, some math does come easy for me....Read More
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3
B.o.B
Currently hard at work on forthcoming full-length Underground Luxury, ATL hitmaker B.o.B. has unleashed a fresh loosie to tide fans over as they await further details. On Missing, Booth-fave Emerson...Read More
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4
A$AP Ferg
After his election in March, Pope Francis made news by turning down much of the traditional finery, ditching the ermine cape and red loafers and downgrading the gold cross and papal ring to,...Read More
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5
Joe Budden
More than a week after Kendrick Lamar lit a fire underneath the rap game's collective behind with his contribution to Control, response records continue to surface from many of hip-hop's most...Read More
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6
DJ Drama
Sick of people asking you to lay off the volume when you've got your speakers on blast? Try shouting, “Turn down 4 What?!” The concerned citizen will probably sputter something about noise...Read More
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7
Fabolous
If Fabolous were to write up a to-do list, there'd be only one item on it: “whatever I damn well please.” And he'd probably never get around to checking it off because, as a man who does whatever...Read More
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8
Drake
As if last Tuesday's album release wasn't enough, this weekend has been full of dope surprises for J. Cole fans. In addition to getting cosigned by one of his musical idols on Made Nas Proud, the Roc...Read More
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9
Future
Abraham Lincoln, George Washington and Future may seem like an incongruous trio, but they have at least one key trait in common: they're all Honest to a fault. Rather than candidly admitting his...Read More
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10
Game
When Muhammad Ali squared off against George Foreman in 1974's Rumble in the Jungle, Congolese audience members cheered the former by shouting, “Ali Bomaye!”, meaning, “Ali, kill him!” in...Read More
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11
Jay Z
Back in June, Jay Z made history by selling a million copies of an album weeks before it was scheduled to drop. In July, he followed that feat up by making his and director Mike Romanek's Picasso Baby...Read More
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12
Nas
On Let Nas Down, a standout cut off his freshly-minted sophomore set, J. Cole harked back to 2011, describing his reaction when his musical idol criticized Cole World lead single Work Out. As it turns...Read More
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13
Kanye West
More than a month after the release of his sixth studio album, Kanye West has finally deigned to unleash a single and video off the set. (New Slaves wasn't released in a form that could be featured in...Read More
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14
Rick Ross
Sometimes, it makes sense for an artist to liberate one of his or her best records as a stand-alone release. A high-quality loosie never fails to leave fans hungry for more. The latest effort from...Read More
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15
T.I.
Earlier this year, T.I. added his name to the growing list of major-label expatriates, taking advantage of the expiration of his decade-long contract with Atlantic Records to sign with independent...Read More
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16
ScHoolboy Q
As a result of his rising stature in the rap game, ScHoolboy Q's got a little extra change jingling in his pockets. And he knows exactly what he's going to invest it in: Collard Greens. Not the kind...Read More
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17
Wiz Khalifa
You can learn a lot about a person by locking eyes with them. For example, a glance at Wiz Khalifa's bloodshot, heavy-lidded stare quickly reveals that the Pittsburgh hitmaker is high as f**k. On Look...Read More
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18
Stalley
If you ask me, the best year ever was 1988 (It just so happens that was my birth year.). After listening to Stalley’s latest effort, however, I think NineteenEighty7 may give ’88 a run for its...Read More
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19
Big K.R.I.T.
Though Big K.R.I.T.'s latest street album spawned several reader-acclaimed singles prior to its arrival in April, the project is still home to MULTIple potential hits just waiting to be unleashed....Read More
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20
Jay Z
Though one million lucky owners of Samsung phones had the opportunity to download Jay-Z's latest album on the Fourth, the rest of us are still waiting ever-so-patiently for the project's retail...Read More
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21
Curren$y
Following his collabo with Wiz Khalifa (Toast) in May and a freebie feature in June (Grizzly) you’d think Curren$y was due for a vacation this month. However, upon the delivery of yet another summer...Read More
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22
T.I.
As the title of his last full-length, Trouble Man, attests, T.I.'s seen more than his fair share of setbacks over the course of his career in the game. Recently, though, the tide seems to have turned....Read More
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23
Lupe Fiasco
Last week, Lupe Fiasco offered a rejoinder to Kendrick Lamar's audacious Control verse on SLR 2, the sequel to a highly-acclaimed 2010 mixtape inclusion. While Booth readers stopped short of declaring...Read More
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