Top Hip Hop / R&B Songs Music Chart - January 23, 2011

January 24, 2011 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Chris Brown
Happy New Year and Happy Disappointing Collaboration! Okay, so maybe I’m being extra hard on Chris Brown’s self released Look at Me Now, featuring the kings of guest feature slaughter, Lil Wayne...Read More
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2
Wiz Khalifa
I despise people who leak music. Sometimes a record is just meant to be heard and received in the way its creator intended. Therefore, when Pittsburgh star and DJBooth Freestyle Alum Wiz Khalifa’s...Read More
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3
Nicki Minaj
2010 has definitely been good to Nicki Minaj. Love it it or hate it, she's been a ubiquitous presence that has forced the world to take notice, racking up countless song features, magazine spreads,...Read More
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4
New Boyz
As reader responses to their various features attest, there were many who initially thought Skinny Jeans and a Mic duo New Boyz weren't built to last. Too Cool to Care what the doubters think,...Read More
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5
Kanye West
When an actor gets really into a performance, he or she is often said to be “hamming it up.” Although the title of the first official release off Kanye West & Jay-Z's forthcoming collaborative set...Read More
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6
Bruno Mars
With a soulful voice and even more harmonious tunes, one man has captured the hearts of girls everywhere. Hint: He probably wrote one of your favorite songs and he isn’t Canadian. Since that rules...Read More
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7
Birdman
I've never been to prison (sh*t, there goes my street cred), but if I had just spent eight months behind bars, I know the first item on my agenda would be hanging out with the fam. Seems like Lil...Read More
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8
Kanye West
Kanye’s Dark Twisted Fantasy album? I’m already over it. My attention’s now squarely on Yeezy and Jay-Z’s upcoming collaborative album, Watch the Throne. (Not really, I’m still playing...Read More
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9
Waka Flocka Flame
I know this may be a little hard to believe, but none other than Waka Flocka Flame, the king of o doin things, has never has a solo feature on the Booth. The closest he’s come, somewhat...Read More
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10
T.I.
Aside from a random Rocko collab, T.I.’s new album has been shaping up to be pretty good. Actually, better than good. Last week we heard his Booth approved collaboration with Eminem, All She Wrote,...Read More
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11
Lloyd Banks
Ah, l'amour... If you need proof that budding romance can turn even the biggest braggart into a bundle of nerves, look no further than Lloyd Banks' latest single, which finds the self-proclaimed...Read More
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12
Wale
As one of the top lyricists in the game with significant crossover appeal, Wale has obviously decided that 2011 should start out with a hit, and with his potential new single, the appropriately cool...Read More
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13
The Lonely Island
Here's a Zen koan for y'all: do The Lonely Island make comedy records that just so happen to take the form of hip-hop, or do they make hip-hop records that just so happen to be about completely...Read More
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14
Ciara
They say what happens at the club stays at the club, right? Until you hear Turn It Up and it reminds you of EVERYTHING you did the previous night. Whether you’re a fine female out with her friends...Read More
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15
Jamie Foxx
Jamie Foxx was riding high after the extraordinary success of his previous album Intuition, but the build-up to his next full-length has repeatedly hit a roadblock that can’t simply be blamed on the...Read More
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16
Lloyd
Featured back in August of 2010, King of Hearts lead single Lay It Down earned rave reviews from listeners in the Booth – and, thanks to its cliffhanger ending, left our resident Lloyd fans...Read More
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17
Slaughterhouse
Royce Da 5’9", Crooked I, Joell Ortiz and Joe Budden, along with Black Sheep front man Dres are all letting us know that Hip-Hop’s Transformers, Slaughterhouse, are officially Back on the Scene....Read More
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18
Diddy-Dirty Money
Judge him for his questionable handling of (others’) finances, or the fact that he has an arsenal of ghostwriters on deck for every syllable he spits, but one thing you cannot deny about Diddy is...Read More
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19
Lil Wayne
With anticipation for his I’m Not a Human Being EP, dropping in September, beginning to build, Lil Wayne and Young Money protege Drizzy Drake drop a single sure to be a radio success like the 74,374...Read More
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