Rap Songs Music Chart - August 28, 2011

August 29, 2011 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Game
Hip-hop fans didn’t know what to expect when they pressed play on Game’s new R.E.D. Album. Would it be more like the DJBooth (un)approved Pu**y Fight or more like the DJBooth approved Pot of Gold?...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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The Throne
In his highly laudatory review of The Throne's (aka Kanye West & Jay-Z's) collaborative debut, our own Nathan S. pegged track two, Lift Off, as "Ready for Radio." Two weeks later, what do you know,...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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Big K.R.I.T.
They say good things come to those who wait, and while I don’t know who “they” are, and “they” are usually wrong, when it comes to Big K.R.I.T. time might just be on his side. We haven’t...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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Lloyd Banks
Since Lloyd Banks' last feature, Spread My Wings, hit our homepage back in May, the G-Unit mainstay has scrapped the mixtape to which the record was attached (Cold Corner II) in order to work on his...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
5
Jeezy
Young Jeezy’s TM103 has joined Game’s The R.E.D. Album and Dre’s Detox on the ever-growing list of albums I’m starting to suspect will never drop, but nothing gets your project moved from the...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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Ace Hood
Hey look, it’s a mega-remix of a hustler’s anthem that doesn’t involve DJ Khaled. When Ace Hood dropped street single Go N’ Get It back in May readers pointed out its similarity to Hustle Hard...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
7
Bad Meets Evil
No, you're not hallucinating; Bad Meets Evil, the lyrically-bruising duo made up of Motown heavyweights Royce Da 5'9" and Eminem, hooks up with R&B-pop heartthrob Bruno Mars on new EP single Lighters....Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
8
50 Cent
Outlaw, the lead single off 50 Cent's yet-untitled fifth album, was heralded by an overwhelming majority of Booth readers as a fresh return to form for the NYC underground mainstay. But, sadly,...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
9
T.I.
Though recent reports have indicated that T.I. will be returning from the slammer this coming September, the Grand Hustle heavyweight's gotten a head start on—well, I'd call it a comeback, but he...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
10
Red Cafe
Originally scheduled for release back in 2008, Red Cafe's Bad Boy debut has suffered the kind of delays that would convince a less dedicated emcee to start taking night classes in accounting. On the...Read More
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Trae The Truth
As the self-proclaimed Street King, Trae the Truth must roll with an appropriately dope retinue, right? Indubitably; and if you don't believe me, a listen to the his latest buzz record should suffice...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
12
Wiz Khalifa
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...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
13
Swizz Beatz
Over the course of human history, countless revolutionary parties have attempted to reshape the world according to their utopian visions. Swizz Beatz? The heavyweight producer's International Party...Read More
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14
J. Cole
For being in a position that countless others can merely dream of, heavyweight recording artists are surprisingly apt to feel sorry for themselves, using their position of power as a soapbox from...Read More
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15
Jeezy
It goes without saying that, if you cross Young Jeezy, you're in for some Rough treatment. Nonetheless, the CTE general takes the latest leak off his pre-album mixtape as an opportunity to drive the...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
16
Kendrick Lamar
As homo sapien of the male persuasion, I can't even begin to imagine expending the time and energy women routinely put forth in order to live up to societal standards of perfection. Appreciative of...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
17
Asher Roth
It seems like just yesterday Asher Roth was the guy who really, really loved college. Since then he’s embarked on an extended campaign to be taken more seriously as an emcee, but not too seriously....Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
18
Wale
Two years ago (2009 for those with math troubles) we saw one of the hottest summers when it comes to hip-hop mixtapes. Two of the biggest (and my personal favorites) mixtapes that summer were J....Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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Joell Ortiz
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...Read More
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