Rap Songs Music Chart - February 15, 2014

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1
Ice Cube
At 44, Ice Cube is no longer quite as intimidating a public figure as he was during the heyday of N.W.A. In truth, however, his stature in the industry has made him even more dangerous to his enemies...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Wiz Khalifa
Unless you have been off the internet all day today (which seems highly unlikely if you are reading this feature), then you probably know that Kanye's College Dropout turned 10 years old. If all goes...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
3
Rick Ross
With Rick Ross's sixth full-length less than a month away from release, the South Florida heavyweight's enemies in the game are undoubtedly developing itchy trigger fingers. On the latest single off...Read More
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4
Nicki Minaj
Nicki Minaj may be a hip-hop megastar with myriad mainstream hits under the belt, but she can still play the dozens with the best of 'em. On Lookin' Ass N*gga, the first buzz single off her junior...Read More
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5
Common
January's War found Common offering an incisive, thought-provoking lyrical take on gun violence in his native Chicago. On the newly-released Made in Black America, the Windy City mainstay continues to...Read More
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6
Trae The Truth
Think you can just walk up to Trae Tha Truth and start talking his ear off? Hold Up! As an eminent personage in the hip-hop game, he demands to be approached with a certain level of respect—and that...Read More
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Rick Ross
Featured in early September, the lead single off Rick Ross's sixth full-length found him outlining the no-nonsense philosophy that's allowed him to build MMG into the hip-hop empire it is today....Read More
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8
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
Posted one year ago by richard
9
Drake
If you would, Booth readers, bow your heads for a brief moment of silence... OK, we're good. What were we solemnly commemorating just now? Drake's domination of the hip-hop game, of course. On a...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
10
Big Boi
Starting in late January, Big Boi's been building steam for his busy 2014 by releasing weekly remixes/mash-ups of cuts off his sophomore full-length, Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors. Coming on the...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
11
A$AP Mob
Boom-bap revivalism was never the A$AP Mob's main focus, so you might be surprised to hit “play” on the collective's latest single and find yourself transported back in time to 1994. On...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Meek Mill
Believe it or not, there exist women who choose to run around time with lames rather than pursuing the affections of a baller like Meek Mill. As for why, there can be only one possible answer: they...Read More
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13
Mike WiLL Made It
Last week, superproducer Mike WiLL Made It announced plans for his fourth solo mixtape, #MikeWiLLBeenTriLL. What can fans expect from the forthcoming set? Two words: polka medleys. Nah, just kidding;...Read More
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14
French Montana
What, you thought French Montana was rocking mics, stacking paper and smoking weed in expensive whips for his own benefit? On the contrary, as the Bad Boy street mainstay emphasizes on his first...Read More
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15
Yelawolf
Not up to speed on Yelawolf's Box Chevy saga? Here's a quick summary, so you can jump right into part 5: the Alabama native had a classic Chevrolet back in the day, which he f**king loved. As he got...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Mac Miller
UPDATE: We've added the Tree J-directed visuals for Mac Miller's Diablo. At first glance, Mac Miller seems like a strange choice to play rap's version of El DIABLO. (Tech N9ne and Tyler, The Creator...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Big Boi
Last week, Big Boi wowed listeners in the Booth and beyond with CPU 2.0, a new version of the Vicious Lies & Dangerous Rumors inclusion featuring a fresh instrumental and some silken vocals by Sade....Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
18
ScHoolboy Q
Update: We have added the Dave Free-directed visuals for ScHoolboy's Man of the Year. It's still another month before TIME unveils its 2013 Man (or woman) of tHe Year, but ScHoolboy Q's so certain of...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
19
Maino
If the Nielsen ratings show a steep drop-off in overall TV viewership in the Brooklyn area, there's a perfectly rational explanation: everyone has their eyes glued to Maino. On Watch Me Do It, the...Read More
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20
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
Posted one year ago by richard

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Jay Z
One of the biggest hits off JAY Z's latest full-length saw the hip-hop mogul paying tribute to Tom Ford, the designer whose pricey menswear inspired Hova and Justin Timberlake's Suit & Tie. (He also...Read More
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Drake
Booth readers, meet the soundtrack to the rest of your summer. A month and change after unleashing The Motion, Drizzy returns to tear up the airwaves anew with All Me, single numéro trois off his...Read More
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Ace Hood
If you're a lover of hip-hop, Ace Hood's got a message for you: FYFR. That's “F*ck Your Favorite Rapper,” for those who don't enjoy puzzling out initialisms. On a freshly-minted single off his...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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