Top Hip Hop / R&B Songs Music Chart - February 21, 2010

February 22, 2010 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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I.Y.A.Z
Recently, Sean Kingston added his name to the long list of big-name artists with their very own record labels. Still signed to Beluga Heights/Epic/E1, Kingston has launched Time Is Money...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Lil Wayne
Tis the season of miracles, and the holidays have come early this year in the form of a track off Lil Wayne’s ill-fated, quasi-rock album Rebirth that miraculously doesn’t completely suck. As...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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T-Pain
I could go into detail explaining why T-Pain chose to title his new single Reverse Cowgirl, but in the interest of avoiding an obscenity charge from the FCC I’ll just have to say it refers to a...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Kevin Rudolf
Absent from the Booth since mid-2009, Kevin Rudolf is back to Let It Rock once again with the lead single off his yet-untitled sophomore LP. I Made It finds the Cash Money singer/songwriter mining the...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Juelz Santana
Approximately 47 years ago (I said approximately) Harlem heavy hitter Juelz Santana and a not-yet super famous Lil Wayne promised they’d be releasing the collabo album I Can’t Feel My Face, but...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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B.o.B
Having satisfied the streets with his last single, reader (and staff) favorite B.o.B's shifted his focus to that other all-important demographic; the ladies. On his latest selection, the ATL buzzmaker...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Ludacris
Despite all the rumors - and actual onstage announcements - it appears that Shawnna, the female head of the DTP family, has not left Ludacris’ label to become one of T-Pain’s Nappy Boys, in fact...Read More
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Young Money
In an average week, approximately 500 previously-unreleased Lil Wayne records hit the net.  Since we at the Booth prefer quality to quantity, we tend to hold off on the bulk of them, only featuring...Read More
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Usher
When it comes to Lil Freak, the latest leak from the immortal Usher, I could talk about a lot of things. I could mention that the production, a slowly bumping, sonically steaming beat from Usher’s...Read More
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Mariah Carey
Is any current artist more controversial among Booth readers than Nicki Minaj? To answer my own rhetorical question, no. Your feelings on the Young Money femcee will likely be the deciding factor in...Read More
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Timbaland
In order to get the public properly excited about the release of his upcoming third solo album, beatmaster Timbaland will be releasing a steady stream of singles, starting with last week’s listener...Read More
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DJ Khaled
According to DJ Khaled’s new single All I Do Is Win, but that title feels ironic considering his last two offerings, Put Your Hands Up and Fed Up, were relative losers in the DJBooth rating...Read More
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Lloyd Banks
I love options, even though sometimes there’s nothing harder in life than making a difficult choice. However, the dilemma presented to Lloyd Banks in Beamer, Benz, or Bentley is one that I...Read More
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Fat Joe
Think you can mess with Fat Joe and live to tell the tale? You've gotta be kidding. On the lead single off his 11th studio album, the chronically-underrated emcee makes clear that, if you come around...Read More
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Ludacris
Surprisingly, or perhaps not surprisingly at all, Ludacris’ new track Hey Ho isn’t even close to his most ho-centric track. That dubious honor would go to, of course, either Ho or Hoes in My Room....Read More
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Omarion
It just so happens I was in the room for a preview of Omarion’s new album Ollusion when he proudly pressed play and his new single Speedin began to blast out the speakers. After its last notes faded...Read More
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Jason Derulo
In his recent, Booth-exclusive interview with DJ Z, Jason Derulo assured his fans that his smash hit debut single, Whatcha Say, was only the beginning of what he had to offer, stating, “I reinvent...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Lil Jon
Remember Black Star’s uplifting "Black is beautiful" anthem, Brown Skin Lady? Lil Jon’s new single Miss Chocolate is nothing like that. Miss Chocolate’s strength is its production, a...Read More
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Yo Gotti
Women lie, men lie, and while numbers may not lie, both men and women lie about numbers, meaning numbers also can’t be trusted. Follow all that? If not don’t worry, just listen to Yo Gotti’s...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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