Top Hip Hop / R&B Songs Music Chart - February 05, 2012

February 6, 2012 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Chris Brown
At this point I think we can consider Chris Brown fully back in the eyes of the music buying public, and apparently in the eyes of the Grammy Committee. So with an eye on returning to platinum status...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
2
B.o.B
B.o.B has unleashed a post-Christmas treat for his fans in the form of brand new single Play The Guitar, an André 3000-assisted and Salaam Remi produced affair. Bobby Ray's sophomore album, Strange...Read More
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3
T.I.
Putting together a playlist for your next get-together? Well, no "gangsta party" is complete without Popped Off, a standout cut off T.I.'s latest street release. This celebratory banger finds the...Read More
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4
Tyga
Three-plus years after the release of Tyga's debut set, a sophomore effort is finally on the horizon. To tide fans over till the project drops later this month, the Young Money emcee has released...Read More
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5
John Legend
On the recently-featured lead single and title track off Think Like a Man's official soundtrack LP, Jennifer Hudson tried her best to step outside her everyday habits of thought and get into the head...Read More
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50 Cent
Say what you want about 50 Cent, but you can't deny the man has a knack for writing extremely catchy choruses. Roughly a decade later, I guarantee you still sing along with all the hooks on Get Rich...Read More
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7
Maejor
The only thing better than money is more money, the only thing better than sex is more sex and the only thing better than getting in Trouble is getting in even more Trouble. Almost eight months after...Read More
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8
8Ball & MJG
It has to be a mind blowing experience to work with artists you grew up idolizing, and even more mind blowing for those artists to treat you like a peer. So I think we can consider Big K.R.I.T.’s...Read More
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9
Melanie Fiona
Can you really win someone's heart back by pouring out your feelings on wax (or less anachronistically, in binary code)? Indie crooner Jason Caesar banked on the possibility on his latest effort, the...Read More
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10
Yelawolf
A lot of critics of Yelawolf’s debut album Radioactive, myself not included, were disappointed that Catfish Billy didn’t make fourteen different versions of Pop the Trunk, but Yela’s never been...Read More
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11
B.o.B
Saying that B.o.B. and Lil Wayne are the only Southern rappers who enjoy smoking Strange Clouds is like saying Snoop Dogg and Game are the only west coast rappers who enjoy driving lowriders. So it...Read More
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12
Busta Rhymes
“Don't be evil,” certainly has a nice ring to it, but Google is no longer the scrappy, idealistic startup it was back in 1998. With its current stature, and its knack for expanding operations to...Read More
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13
J. Cole
J. Cole's freshman set may not have been flawless—few, if any, albums are—but, judging by the avalanche of five star-reviews in the Booth (not to mention the Gold certification), there were plenty...Read More
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14
50 Cent
As the saying goes, if you scratch my back I’ll scratch yours. Unless you’re a rapper, in which case it’s more like “if you guest on my track I’ll guest on yours.” Six months after 50...Read More
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15
Drake
Perfectly capturing the mood of “luxurious melancholy” (to quote my good friend Nathan S.) that made the album so compelling, and featuring the guest vocals of one of the hottest pop songstresses...Read More
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16
Cypress Hill
What do you get when you mix classic West Coast hip-hop with the latest trend in dance music? You get Roll It, Light It, the latest leak off Cypress Hill's forthcoming collaborative EP with dubstep...Read More
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17
Ne-Yo
Previously released as part of DJ Wonda's latest Tough Love tape, Ne-Yo's The Way You Move has just received a promotion to lead single off the R&B hitmaker's next studio album. And it's not hard to...Read More
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18
Big K.R.I.T.
Update: Click "Listen Now" above to watch K.R.I.T's "Boobie Miles" video. A central character in bestselling nonfiction book Friday Night Lights and its blockbuster film adaptation, Permian High...Read More
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R. Kelly
Notorious for his timeless lovemaking material, R&B icon R. Kelly has released a self-produced new single, entitled Share My Love. The record, which is richly embedded in the Chicago Steppin Music...Read More
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