Top Hip Hop / R&B Songs Music Chart - February 15, 2014

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Imagine Dragons
Yesterday was an emotional rollercoaster for Kendrick Lamar fans. In one of the Grammy Award ceremony's highlights, the Compton representative took the stage with pop/rock group Imagine Dragons for a...Read More
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Juicy J
In the wake of last Sunday's Grammy Awards ceremony, everybody's Talkin' Bout Katy Perry and Juicy J's performance of #1 Billboard chart-topper Dark Horse. Granted, most of the conversation revolves...Read More
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T-Pain
Though we featured Up Down (Do This All Day) way back in August of 2013, T-Pain's hit single still enjoys a coveted place on our Club Hip Hop Chart. The Autotune maven's recent good fortune has, of...Read More
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Future
Shots fired! (Well, maybe.) Shots fired! (Maybe.) While there's a lot to talk about on the official remix to Future's explicitly-titled Sh*t, most prominently including yet another absolutely crushing...Read More
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YG
Fresh off earning positive reader reviews for strip club anthem Left, Right, YG returns to kick off the New Year with another freshly-minted single off his forthcoming debut set. On this street-ready...Read More
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Big Sean
I could say that Ashley (off Big Sean's 2013 album Hall Of Fame) is just now getting the visual treatment, but that just wouldn't do it justice. It is more accurate to say its gets the cinematic...Read More
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Drake
Earlier this morning, we brought y'all We Made It [Freestyle], the first of “four or five” tracks Drake plans to liberate in celebration of the New Year. Numero dos, the just-released Trophies,...Read More
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Ludacris
In the works since 2012, Ludacris's eighth studio album has been languishing in label limbo for a hot minute now. Seeing your project sit on the shelf can't be fun, but the DTP capo's clearly been...Read More
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Beyoncé
Just in case you've been hanging out under a rock this holiday season, Beyoncé shocked the world last Friday with the surprise release of a new, self-titled album, which came complete with 17 music...Read More
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Future
I don't speak from personal experience, but I'd imagine the life of a drug kingpin getting pretty tedious. Mixing, cutting, cooking, and bagging ones ...um..."product" is simply exhausting. Never fear...Read More
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E-40
In our era of freely-available celebrity sex tapes, “Let's make a movie,” has become one of rap's favorite sexual overtures. On E-40's latest single, however, the Bay Area veteran employs a line...Read More
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Beyoncé
In addition to offering listeners an unprecedented level of insight into the pop songstress's erotic adventures, Beyoncé's latest full-length has helped liven up the sex lives of many of her...Read More
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Big Sean
In the latter half of his latest freestyle, Big Sean spits, “This for the fans who say they love the album but they f**king love the mixtape.” What more can I say? If you've been longing for the...Read More
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Tyga
Previously heard collaborating on hit single Molly, YMCMB emcee Tyga and buzzmaking beatsmith Mally Mall rejoin forces to co-headline new promotional single Wake Up In It. On this street-ready cut,...Read More
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Busta Rhymes
Counted your blessings lately? Yeah, me neither. If you need a little help coming up with sh*t to be grateful for, you can start by saying, “Thank You,” for Busta Rhymes's latest single. In a...Read More
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GunPlay
On Money to Blow, a 2009 collaboration with Birdman, Lil Wayne showed his romantically blunted side, boasting, “I got a big bouquet of Mary Jane's flowers.” Fast-forward four years, and that...Read More
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Jay Sean
On breakout hit Best I Ever Had, Drake let his girl know that he preferred her with no makeup on. Jay Sean takes his YMCMB labelmate's logic to its inevitable conclusion on his latest mixtape single,...Read More
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Miley Cyrus
On her latest LP, Miley Cyrus sought (with a little help from her stable of hitmaking producers) to infuse hip-hop and trap influences into her sound, but hit second single Wrecking Ball stuck close...Read More
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2 Chainz
2 Chainz may live in a gigantic house, drive a gleaming whip and rock the finest fashions but, deep down, he's just another animal. Don't believe me? You will when you see the ATL rhymesayer dropping...Read More
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Raleigh Ritchie
Raleigh Ritchie is Stronger Than Ever on his latest single. Granted, this is the first Booth feature from the actor who plays Grey Worm on Game of Thrones (mind blown!), but he sounds plenty strong to...Read More
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Katy Perry
Between Pharrell's hat choice debacle and the whole Best Rap Album travesty (not to mention Kendrick and Imagine Dragons' epic performance) you might have missed a few things at the 56th annual Grammy...Read More
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Timbaland
Believe it or not, but its been four years since Timbaland released Shock Value II, his last full-length album. When he isn't in the studio creating hits for Jay Z, Justin Timberlake and Robin...Read More
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ScHoolboy Q
In common parlance, to “Break the Bank” means to spend till you haven't got a dime left. On his latest feature, ScHoolboy Q uses the idiom in the exact opposite sense: once his major-label debut...Read More
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