Club Hip Hop Songs Music Chart - January 11, 2014

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Juvenile
Juvenile is a card-carrying ass man, but it takes a special kind of Booty to catch the New Orleans veteran's eye. He likes 'em big, round and (as he put it on a cut off Reality Check) loose. On this...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Afrojack
I'm not gonna lie: sometimes it feels weird as hell to sit in front of my desk at 11:00 AM on a weekday, listening to bass-booming club music. DJ Afrojack's latest single, The Spark, is one of those...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Drake
Drake may be on his Worst Behavior, but he's certainly putting his best foot forward on the visual tip. Though previous singles Started From the Bottom and Hold On, We're Going Home spawned some epic,...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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T-Pain
You know those weird dudes who show up to the strip club at noon and stick around till closing time? If T-Pain didn't have this music sh*t going on, that would be him. On a new single, the follow-up...Read More
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5
Future
Shots fired! (Well, maybe.) Shots fired! (Maybe.) While there's a lot to talk about on the official remix to Future's explicitly-titled Sh*t, most prominently including yet another absolutely crushing...Read More
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Tyga
Previously heard collaborating on hit single Molly, YMCMB emcee Tyga and buzzmaking beatsmith Mally Mall rejoin forces to co-headline new promotional single Wake Up In It. On this street-ready cut,...Read More
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Swizz Beatz
In 2010, DJ Khaled said, err, screamed Put Your Hands Up. More than a year later, 50 Cent went on to say the exact same thing. And, as you're probably well aware, this trend continued into 2012,...Read More
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8
Beyoncé
In addition to offering listeners an unprecedented level of insight into the pop songstress's erotic adventures, Beyoncé's latest full-length has helped liven up the sex lives of many of her...Read More
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DJ Infamous
Sometimes, 18 ounces simply ain't enough—that's when you Double Cup it. On his latest promo single and first headlining feature, DJ Infamous (Ludacris's tour DJ) recruits a four-pack of...Read More
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10
B.o.B
Having primed the pump of fan anticipation with non-album loosie Missing, B.o.B. is Ready to get back down to the business of promoting his next full-length. On the second single off his junior set...Read More
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11
Young Chris
Back in October of 2013, Philly vet Young Chris dropped by to assure fans he was still breathing on a single off Vital Signs, the official EP prelude to his next full-length. Though the former project...Read More
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Problem
First featured, to lukewarm reader reviews, back in March, Problem's Like Whaaat has returned in officially remixed form. Whereas the original, a regional smash, boasted guest bars from fellow Cali...Read More
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A$AP Ferg
When an artist dedicates a record to another well-known figure in the music game, it will inevitably reach the latter's ears sooner or later. The question is, how will he or she react? In the case of...Read More
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Kat Dahlia
Godzilla and Mothra may have given Tokyo a few bumps and bruises over the years, but they ain't got nothing on Kat Dahlia. On this freshly-minted loosie, the Cuban-American pop buzzmaker threatens...Read More
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15
YG
If I were starting a hip-hop baseball squad, YG would be a serious candidate for My Hitta. Unorthodox spelling aside, the man provides a near guaranteed quality at-bat. His latest grand slam is...Read More
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Ty Dolla $ign
As a rising star in the rap game, Ty Dolla $ign doesn't have a whole lot of time to spare on seduction. That's why, on his latest promotional single, the Atlantic Records signee cuts straight to the...Read More
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YG
On a recent hit single, T-Pain let the world know just how much he loved to watch a certain shawty's ass go Up and Down. West Coast rhymesayer YG is equally mesmerized by the female posterior, but...Read More
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18
Stalley
I'll keep it one-hundred: when I hear the phrase “Ol School” (with or without the 'd'), Houston isn't the first city that comes to mind. Which is a damn shame, because it actually has a deep and...Read More
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Snow Tha Product
If you're thinking of inviting your favorite rappers to a board game night, you can cross Snow tha Product's name off the guest list. As the Atlantic Records signee makes abundantly clear on her...Read More
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20
Pitbull
When Pitbull and Ke$ha come together on a track, you'd best get out of the way, 'cause “it's going down.” Fresh off lending his high-energy flow to Gary Caos's FCK earlier this month, the...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard

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YG
YG's Wikipedia page currently states that the Compton emcee was born on March 9, 1990—which happens to be a damn dirty lie. On the latest street single off his CTE debut album, he sets the record...Read More
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Mavado
Last heard contributing guest vocals to French Montana's hit street single, F**k What Happen Tonight, Mavado returns to the solo hustle with freshly-minted promo cut Give It All to Me. On this catchy,...Read More
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Wale
I must have the opposite of a dirty mind, because my first thought upon reading the title of Wale's latest feature was of The Clapper, the infomercial-shilled gadget that allows you to turn your light...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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