Rap Songs Music Chart - January 25, 2014

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ScHoolboy Q
In common parlance, to “Break the Bank” means to spend till you haven't got a dime left. On his latest feature, ScHoolboy Q uses the idiom in the exact opposite sense: once his major-label debut...Read More
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YG
Featured last August under the radio-friendlier title My Hitta, YG's My N*gga makes its return to our pages in officially remixed form. This time around, original featuree Young Jeezy is swapped out...Read More
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Eminem
In 2010, Eminem recruited Rihanna to assist him on Love the Way You Lie. The record was an absolute smash, entering the US Billboard Hot 100 chart at #2 and eventually spending seven weeks at #1. It...Read More
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French Montana
What, you thought French Montana was rocking mics, stacking paper and smoking weed in expensive whips for his own benefit? On the contrary, as the Bad Boy street mainstay emphasizes on his first...Read More
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Common
As the tongue-in-cheek nickname “Chiraq” implies, much of the Windy City is currently in a state of War. On a freshly-minted promotional single, local mainstay Common sets out to make the tragic...Read More
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J. Cole
One of the overarching themes of J. Cole's blockbuster sophomore set is the artist's less-than-sterling track record where fidelity is concerned. On She Knows, the project's fourth official single,...Read More
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Kid Ink
While it isn't everything, social media status is an important piece of the puzzle for an artist in today's music industry. If you are still using Geocities, you need some work, but if you are like...Read More
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Drake
Booth readers, meet the soundtrack to the rest of your summer. A month and change after unleashing The Motion, Drizzy returns to tear up the airwaves anew with All Me, single numéro trois off his...Read More
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Jay Z
One of the biggest hits off JAY Z's latest full-length saw the hip-hop mogul paying tribute to Tom Ford, the designer whose pricey menswear inspired Hova and Justin Timberlake's Suit & Tie. (He also...Read More
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Rick Ross
Featured in early September, the lead single off Rick Ross's sixth full-length found him outlining the no-nonsense philosophy that's allowed him to build MMG into the hip-hop empire it is today....Read More
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Ace Hood
If you're a lover of hip-hop, Ace Hood's got a message for you: FYFR. That's “F*ck Your Favorite Rapper,” for those who don't enjoy puzzling out initialisms. On a freshly-minted single off his...Read More
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Maino
If the Nielsen ratings show a steep drop-off in overall TV viewership in the Brooklyn area, there's a perfectly rational explanation: everyone has their eyes glued to Maino. On Watch Me Do It, the...Read More
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Pusha T
Because of the olfactory bulb's intimate connection with the parts of the brain governing emotion and associative learning, smell has the strongest connection to memory of the five senses. While pure...Read More
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Big Sean
Upon its release in September, Big Sean's 10 2 10 record was met with a rather lukewarm response in the Booth. For those who weren't impressed with the original details that the G.O.O.D Music signee...Read More
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Troy Ave
Troy Ave and 2 Chainz may be Lost Boyz, but they haven't strayed from the road to riches. On the former's latest promo single, a mixtape inclusion newly released in untagged form, the NYC fast-riser...Read More
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Kid CuDi
One of the best accounts to follow on Twitter is the Mars Curiosity Rover (@MarsCuriosity), because the pictures it posts make you feel like you are in space. Like the rover, Kid Cudi's new single,...Read More
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Eminem
The start of November usually means colder temperatures, rainy weather and an early sunset. This November, however, the start of the year's 11th month means the return of Eminem. Now, just three...Read More
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Pusha T
It might seem like it was ages ago, but really it's only been a few months since Pusha T was the toast of the town with his solo debut, My Name Is My Name. The calender may have flipped, but Pusha's...Read More
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N.O.R.E
Some emcees aspire to be the Lebron James of hip-hop. N.O.R.E. apparently wants to be its Judith Martin. On a brand new promotional single, the seasoned rhymesayer joins forces with a fellow East...Read More
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Mac Miller
While Snoop may have him beat as far as sheer quantity of bud smoked, I think Mac Miller may be the most stoned man in hip-hop. If you doubt that statement, just take a listen to the opening lines of...Read More
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Talib Kweli
I shouldn't even have to write anything to get you to listen to Violations. If you aren't already excited to hear Talib Kweli and Raekwon on the same track, then you should probably check your pulse....Read More
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Kid Ink
Can't decide whether to hit play on Kid Ink's latest promo single? My advice is to make like Nike and “Just Do It.” On this club-ready cut, a loosie unattached to his forthcoming RCA Records...Read More
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MA$E
The New Year is supposed to symbolize a clean slate, but Harlem veteran Ma$e is beginning his 2014 with a few regrets. Promo cut Why Can't We, the artist's first official single in more than a decade,...Read More
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