Rap Songs Music Chart - February 20, 2011

February 21, 2011 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Snoop Dogg
So far, Snoop Dogg’s #PuffPuffPassTuesdays have been moderately successful. They seem to be met with more anticipation than Timbaland’s weekly series (is that even still happening?), but are...Read More
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Travis Barker
Being great at your particular craft and appreciative of others is how beneficial collaborations come about. Since former Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker is respected across genres, he can call up...Read More
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Lloyd Banks
Ah, l'amour... If you need proof that budding romance can turn even the biggest braggart into a bundle of nerves, look no further than Lloyd Banks' latest single, which finds the self-proclaimed...Read More
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4
Birdman
I've never been to prison (sh*t, there goes my street cred), but if I had just spent eight months behind bars, I know the first item on my agenda would be hanging out with the fam. Seems like Lil...Read More
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5
Lupe Fiasco
Well, I guess I’m Beamin’ just never happened, huh? With all the internal bickering between Lupe Fiasco and Atlantic, I’m not surprised that this new record, The Show Goes On, is now being...Read More
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6
Rick Ross
Looking over the comments on Rick Ross’s recent efforts, the Booth seems pretty divided on the Bawse. Some love the man's “coke music”; others don’t feel the high. Hopefully his latest song,...Read More
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50 Cent
50 Cent has been widely criticized for the quality of music he has released for the past few years, so what better way to fix it than by going back to the music that people first loved? When he...Read More
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8
Chamillionaire
As Jay-Z says, “it was all good just a week ago.” After Mr. West started his Good Friday series many rappers have picked up on the trend (although Crooked I’s Hip Hop Weekly was the OG of weekly...Read More
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9
Snoop Dogg
With as much longevity as Cal Ripken, Jr. or John Stockton in his respective craft, Calvin Broadus (hereafter referred to as Snoop Dogg) has been a model of longevity. In an occupation where there is...Read More
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10
Wiz Khalifa
Considering everyone and their mother has done a freestyle over Wiz Khalifa’s breakthrough smash Black & Yellow – seriously, my mom f**king killed that beat – it’s only right that the main man...Read More
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Big K.R.I.T.
Underground fave Big K.R.I.T. has proven that he can murder a mixtape and body a DJBooth freestyle with ease. It seems that the big time still eludes him though, like if the perfect track that...Read More
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12
Ya Boy
Expensive gifts and luxury vacations may be an effective means of attracting a mate, but no amount of cash can fulfill your sexual needs (well, unless your name is Rick Ross). Just in time for...Read More
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13
Nicki Minaj
The building is cold and sterile. You slowly walk the white halls until you reach the common area where all the patients come to play. Some are Scrabble champs, others mindlessly drool at Small Wonder...Read More
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T.I.
Aside from a random Rocko collab, T.I.’s new album has been shaping up to be pretty good. Actually, better than good. Last week we heard his Booth approved collaboration with Eminem, All She Wrote,...Read More
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15
Talib Kweli
When the esteemed Talib Kweli dropped his spine-cracking single I’m on One way, way back in January (ok, not that way back) the aggressive cut was largely met with praise from DJBooth Nation. With a...Read More
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16
Donnis
It’s been almost five months since Donnis, the budding talent from Atlanta, has graced the pages of DJBooth, but the man’s obviously been busy. New leak Blackberry Molasses provides a change of...Read More
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17
Kanye West
Kanye’s Dark Twisted Fantasy album? I’m already over it. My attention’s now squarely on Yeezy and Jay-Z’s upcoming collaborative album, Watch the Throne. (Not really, I’m still playing...Read More
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18
Raekwon
From the days Run-DMC and Steven Tyler were screaming at each other on Walk This Way to B.o.B.’s influences on Airplanes, hip-hop and rock n’ roll have circled each other warily for years. Leave...Read More
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Chamillionaire
As long as there have rappers signed to music labels, there have been issues. From Dr. Dre and Death Row to Clipse and Lupe Fiasco, there’s always drama brewing. You can now add Houston...Read More
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