Rap Songs Music Chart - January 12, 2013

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1
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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2
T.I.
T.I. is so accustomed to a life of constant excitement and looming danger that, to him, the Wildside feels like the normal side. (As for whether walking on the normal side would feel wild or just...Read More
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3
Juicy J
It goes without saying, but I'll say it anyway: every time Juicy J goes out, he's just gotta Show Out and throw his money around. On the follow-up to gloriously ig'nant album lead single Bandz a Make...Read More
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4
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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5
J. Cole
Last week J. Cole announced that his highly-anticipated sophomore album, Born Sinner, would be dropping in January, and the Roc Nation protege hasn't wasted any time giving fans a first taste of what...Read More
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6
Kendrick Lamar
The Recipe and Swimming Pools (Drank) were singles; Kendrick Lamar's latest, on the other hand, feels like an event. The latest release off the Top Dawg fast-riser's highly-anticipated debut set is a...Read More
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7
Kid Ink
Fresh off signing with RCA Records, Kid Ink is undoubtedly feeling like a little bit of a badass. The West Coast repper's own style, toughness and cocky attitude, however, aren't the main focus of his...Read More
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8
Gucci Mane
I'll keep it one-hundred: though it's been nearly three years since an ATL emcee named B.o.B broke through with the sentimental Nothing on You, the title of Gucci Mane and Wiz Khalifa's new,...Read More
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9
Big Boi
Peanut butter wouldn't be complete without jelly, New Year's Eve isn't complete without champagne, and a Big Boi album wouldn't be complete without an ATL banger. Problem solved. New street single In...Read More
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10
Lil Wayne
Evidently, Weezy F. Baby's made it his mission accentuate the positive in 2013. Having gotten a head start with the New Year's Eve release of (new) album lead single B**ches Like Me, theYMCMB...Read More
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11
B.o.B
Just in case you managed to forget about the existence of B.o.B. since the release of Arena early last month, the hitmaking rapper's back to remind listeners that he's Still in This B**tch on a...Read More
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12
Joe Budden
Joe Budden has a reputation for messy public breakups, but that doesn't mean he doesn't cherish memories of the good times he and his exes enjoyed together—particularly when those good times...Read More
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13
Kid CuDi
Update: Click "Watch Video" above to view the Just What I Am video. Mobile users can scroll down. Late last month, Kid Cudi reappeared on hip-hop's radar as he rode around with Hit-Boy in his Old...Read More
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14
Kendrick Lamar
A week after the release of debut set and album-of-the-year front-runner good kid, m.A.A.d. city, I'm still in the process of digesting its eclectic soundscapes and intricate narrative concepts. For...Read More
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15
Fat Joe
Caution: you are about to enter a hip-hop crime scene. Witnesses say that they saw a heavyset rapper of Latino descent assaulting a helpless beat with the help of three fellow emcees. But don't take...Read More
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16
Wale
After Monday's release of Folarin, a new street album which fans in the Booth and beyond hailed as his finest work in recent memory, Wale deserved to kick back, crack open a carton of eggnog and take...Read More
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17
Wale
Remember way back when MTV still showed music videos and Michael Jordan was dominating the NBA, until he unexpectedly switched to baseball? While it was interesting to see the GOAT in a baseball...Read More
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18
Meek Mill
Just a few short years ago, Meek Mill was just another urban denizen, pursuing his dreams of hip-hop superstardom against the struggle-filled backdrop of the Philly streets. Now, he looks out at those...Read More
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19
Trinidad James
To paraphrase Victor Hugo, there's no stopping an idea whose time has come—and, judging by the massive response to Trinidad Jame$' debut single, it's safe to say that we're living in the age of All...Read More
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20
Pusha T
You know you've made it to the upper echelon of dope dealers when your nine's looking just as icy as your wrists and neck. Just ask Pusha T, whose newly-released mixtape lead single finds him showing...Read More
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21
Ace Hood
Prepare yourselves, Booth readers, 'cause It's Going Down. On his latest mixtape single, ever-grinding Florida rhymesayer Ace Hood gears up for an epic night of kush-smoking, Siroc-swilling and...Read More
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22
Juelz Santana
Think Juelz Santana's coming too hard? The Harlem rhymesayer begs to differ—according to his latest mixtape single, it's his competition that's too Soft. The artist's first DJBooth feature since...Read More
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23
T.I.
If I were the GM for a rap baseball team, I would most definitely want T.I. on my squad. In fact, the ATL hitmaker would be my Ichiro Suzuki. While the former All-Star didn't hit a homerun every time...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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