Top Hip Hop / R&B Songs Music Chart - January 29, 2012

January 30, 2012 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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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
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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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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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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Mary J. Blige
When last we left Mary J. Blige, the veteran R&B songstress was head-over-heels for a guy so fantastic she wished she could break the laws of time and space and be with him 25/8. It sounded like she...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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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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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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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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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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K'NAAN
Mixing introspective street rhymes with a ballad style chorus isn’t anything new in hip-hop. This style allows for worthy lyrics to escape prior to the sing-a-long hook that begs to get stuck in the...Read More
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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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Drake
With the release date of Drake's hotly anticipated sophomore album Take Care looming closer, he knows his loyal subjects are becoming anxious. In an unprecedented act of benevolence, Drake has...Read More
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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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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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Jay Z
Many men sire children, but not every man takes the time to stand up and show adoration for that child like Jay-Z has just done with his new release Glory, produced by close friend and long-time...Read More
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Yelawolf
Before Juicy J and Project Pat were on reality shows, they were consistently providing trunk-rattling music crunk enough to create riots. If the #Occupy folks had Tear Da Club Up ’97 constantly...Read More
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Ke$ha
Ready to get Sleazy, Booth readers? Personally, I'm leaning toward the negative--I try not to get sleazy before 7:00 in the evening, and it's just shy of 11:15 AM as I write this. Even so, I'm not...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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Wiz Khalifa
Fresh off the blunted (and Booth-approved) cross-generational collaboration that was his and Snoop's Mac & Devin Go to High School soundtrack LP, Wiz Khalifa is already hard at work on his next solo...Read More
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The-Dream
Click “Listen” to watch The-Dream’s “ROC” video. After a relatively quiet, but still quite successful 2011 (the self-proclaimed “Radio Killa” didn't get a new album onto store shelves,...Read More
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Tyrese
A bonus track included with the iTunes version of Tyrese's fifth album, the first official remix of Fireworkz found the R&B heavyweight enlisting the guest services of Grand Hustle head honcho T.I....Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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