Rap Songs Music Chart - December 01, 2013

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J. Cole
One of the overarching themes of J. Cole's blockbuster sophomore set is the artist's less-than-sterling track record where fidelity is concerned. On She Knows, the project's fourth official single,...Read More
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2
T.I.
Fervently as some rappers may boast about rolling solo, a tightly-knit inner circle is practically a prerequisite for lasting success in the music industry. On his latest promotional single, released...Read More
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Kid Ink
While it isn't everything, social media status is an important piece of the puzzle for an artist in today's music industry. If you are still using Geocities, you need some work, but if you are like...Read More
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4
2 Chainz
Surprisingly little has been written regarding the effects of celebrity on sexual performance, but it's not inconceivable that a steady supply of willing groupies could lead to laziness in the...Read More
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5
Maybach Music Group
Being admitted into the Maybach Music Group family isn't just a matter of being able to rap. You've also gotta be Bout That Life. Not sure whether you fit the bill? Simply ride with Rick Ross and his...Read More
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6
Yo Gotti
Update: We have added visuals for Yo Gotti's Cold Blood single. Yo Gotti may be on his King Sh*t, but he paid a heavy price for the crown. On newly-released single Cold Blood, the Memphis...Read More
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Pusha T
Because of the olfactory bulb's intimate connection with the parts of the brain governing emotion and associative learning, smell has the strongest connection to memory of the five senses. While pure...Read More
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8
Lil Wayne
Have You copped Lil Wayne's latest mixtape yet? To keep it one-hundred, I haven't. After being burned by the YMCMB heavyweight's last couple projects, I didn't want to tarnish my Labor Day with...Read More
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9
Rick Ross
Like many emcees, Rick Ross occasionally refers to his business as the rap game. In the Maybach Music Group capo's case, however, that expression is a bit misleading; as he emphasizes on the...Read More
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10
King Chip
As someone who listens to rap music on a daily basis, I'm more or less desensitized to awkward, creepy and/or bizarre pickup lines. At least I thought I was, until I heard Kid CuDi tell a woman, “I...Read More
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11
Bun B
When Bun B is involved with a cut, you just know it's gonna be straight Fire. The newly-released lead single off his fourth solo album is, of course, no exception to the rule. Here, Blackout...Read More
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12
B.o.B
Hold up—ain't B.o.B the guy who told us to “forget about the price tag,” because “it ain't about the cha-ching, cha-ching?” Indeed he is. But according to Article 5, Section 8 of the Hip-Hop...Read More
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13
Pusha T
Musically gifted as Pusha T may be, it's tough to imagine the coke-rap mainstay standing outside a woman's window, regaling her with a Sweet Serenade. Despite the incongruous imagery its title...Read More
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14
A$AP Rocky
The tendency of artists who die before their time to be mythologized into heroes has caused many a rapper to fantasize about his or her own demise—A$AP Rocky included. In his daydreams, though, the...Read More
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15
Wiz Khalifa
Last week, Wiz Khalifa threw open the windows to his soul and invited listeners to take a look on potential LP inclusion Look Into My Eyes. Now that we've gazed deeply into his psyche, noting the...Read More
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Kid Ink
The music industry is quick to place artists in a box, or “lane” as the kids say, so that they be easily classified and understood. Kid Ink has a lane but, as he explains, it is “My Own Lane,”...Read More
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Snoop Dogg
Someone—probably a teacher or my grandma—once told me that rap music was not good for me, and would only melt my brain. Well if loving cuts like Snoop Dogg's latest feature is Bad 4 Me, I don’t...Read More
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18
Bun B
The hip-hop game is home to many a trill motherf**ker, but ain't nobody Triller than Bun B. Coming on the heels of late October's eminently fly Eagles, this freshly-minted street single finds the...Read More
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19
Jeezy
This next song is dedicated to the Ndamukong Suh's and Rasheed Wallace's of the world. Those who feel the need to get aggressive and downright dirty (similar to our examples) are advised to keep Young...Read More
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20
Eminem
It takes a lot of skill, backing, preparation, money and luck to survive in the rap game. One minute you're on top and the next you're working behind the counter at Burger King. As a 17-year-veteran...Read More
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A$AP Rocky
Thus far, I've managed to restrain myself from copping Grand Theft Auto V. I'm gonna play it, no doubt, but right now I don't have 60 bucks and 40-plus hours to burn. Now that it's begun to take over...Read More
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Snow Tha Product
If you're thinking of inviting your favorite rappers to a board game night, you can cross Snow tha Product's name off the guest list. As the Atlantic Records signee makes abundantly clear on her...Read More
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Lupe Fiasco
In recent months, we've heard a rejuvenated Lupe Fiasco showcase the cerebral side of his rhyme style in aggressive, tightly-wound jams like SLR 2 and Peace of Paper / Cup of Jayzus. So fans might be...Read More
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