Top Hip Hop / R&B Songs Music Chart - February 24, 2013

February 25, 2013 Chart Recap*Drake‘s......Read More

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Drake
It might very well seem like just yesterday that Drake released Take Care, but it's actually been 14 months and counting since the YMCMB artist delivered his sophomore album to the masses....Read More
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J. Cole
While all artists appreciate their fans, J. Cole really loves them. How else can you interpret the Valentine's Day release of the latest Born Sinner singler, other than as a present? On second...Read More
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50 Cent
This past July, 50 Cent released New Day, a beefed-up Alicia Keys single that featured additional accompaniment from Dr. Dre. Despite Curtis' powerful collaborators and his longtime track record, the...Read More
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A$AP Rocky
Today, A$AP Rocky saw all of his hard work come to fruition with the release of his major-label debut album. An achievement like that calls for celebration; sure enough, we find the Harlem spitter...Read More
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T.I.
When a top-tier artist drops an album as dope as Trouble Man: Heavy Is the Head, you can be sure that there are a few quality cuts that, for whatever reason, didn't make it onto the final tracklist....Read More
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Lil Wayne
When Lil Wayne's No Worries was "officially" released as a single in early September, nobody at The DJBooth believed that the Detail-produced and assisted single would help catapult the hitmaker's I...Read More
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Game
On the lead single off his critically and Booth-acclaimed new album, Game recruited four of his most eminent musical colleagues for a Celebration of the things that make his day-to-day existence dope...Read More
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will.i.am
Booth readers welcomed will.i.am and Britney Spears' collab Scream & Shout with a lukewarm reaction, giving the song an average of two stars. While the club anthem did appear on the December 3,...Read More
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Rihanna
Just a week ago, Rihanna’s s latest album, Unapologetic, debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top 200. While that news isn't shocking, you might be surprised to find out that it was the first #1 album her...Read More
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Tyga
Attention readers: if you've recently run into a "chick" named Molly, get in touch with Tyga ASAP. The YMCMB signee hasn't seen "her" in a hot minute, according to his latest street single, and he's...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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Jeezy
Hip hop has had its fair share of songs about death. While some, like Puff’s Missing You, are an ode to a fallen friend, a few others, like Eminem’s aptly named Kill You or Pac’s Hit Em Up,...Read More
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DJ Scream
When you have had a career like Goodie Mobb and Gnarls Barkley member Cee-Lo, it is inevitable that you will come across a few humbling moments. For instance, maybe it was one of his four Grammy wins?...Read More
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Eve
She Bad Bad, the lead single off Eve's long-awaited senior set, failed to make a strong impression on Boothgoers when it first hit our front page in October 2012. Sometimes, though, all it takes to...Read More
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Maejor
If you had told me a year ago that Juicy J, creator of songs like Let’s Plan A Robbery and Testin My Gangsta, and Justin Bieber would be on a song together, I would have bet enough money to buy...Read More
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Joe Budden
Joe Budden, Wiz Khalifa and French Montana may each be at a different stage in his career, but they've got one thing in common: having made it thus far in the game, they're Never goin' Broke Again....Read More
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Future
As Future prepares to showcase his (figurative) directorial chops on his next street release, fans may be wondering: what genre will F.B.G.: The Movie fall into? Well, If the Epic Records rhymesayer...Read More
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Boy Wonder
When Noah was stocking his ark, the Man Upstairs instructed him to include a pair of every living creature. Why? It's obvious: if having one of something is dope, then having two must logically be...Read More
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Theophilus London
Jump, a track off Rihanna's recently-released Unapologetic LP, saw the pop songstress drawing inspiration from Ginuwine's 1996 hit single, Pony, as she encouraged a lucky man to hop into her saddle...Read More
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Jeremih
Jeremih likes his Birthday Sex, but the Windy City R&B hitmaker doesn't need a special occasion to get it in. In fact, if the Def Jam signee didn't have a musical career to attend to, he and his girl...Read More
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Justin Timberlake
For the last several years, fans of Justin Timberlake begged and pleaded with the triple threat performer for a new album. And nothing. Legions of his most staunch supporters even started an online...Read More
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Timbaland
Depending on how you look at it, the latest release in Timbaland's ongoing digital series is either too early or too late. On the one hand, it would have made a ton of sense to drop a record called...Read More
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Lloyd
Whenever Lloyd walks into the club, “it's bout to be a Twerk Off.” The prize for first place? A one-way ticket to the Young Goldie singer's bedroom. On this brand new promotional single,...Read More
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Tyga
Dr. Dre's 1992 debut solo single, Deep Cover, found a West Coast up-and-comer by the name of Snoop Doggy Dogg strapping up to commit “187 on an undercover cop.” Two decades and change later, Tyga...Read More
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