Rap Songs Music Chart - July 17, 2011

July 18, 2011 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Ace Hood
Though Ace Hood is best known for his bottomless well of motivation and uncompromising work ethic, the Panhandle State native does, on occasion, take his mind off the grind to enjoy some quality time...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
2
Wale
Two years ago (2009 for those with math troubles) we saw one of the hottest summers when it comes to hip-hop mixtapes. Two of the biggest (and my personal favorites) mixtapes that summer were J....Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Lil Wayne
Lil Wayne claiming to be, well, Lil Wayne is a considerably more modest boast than Meek Mill declaring himself the second coming of 2Pac but, personally, I couldn't be happier to know that Tunechi's...Read More
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Big Sean
No question, Big Sean is Finally Famous. After being on my (and Hip Hop’s) radar for over two years now (since the release of 2009’s UKNOWBIGSEAN) to being a couple weeks away from his Def...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
5
 Gilbere Forte'
Gilbere Forte's brought us music for just about every mood over the course of his eclectic tenure in the Booth, but I can't recall ever hearing him quite as fired up as he gets on his latest...Read More
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Young Buck
In a genre packed with tales of unlikely triumph over adversity, Young Buck is one of the most tenacious underdogs in the bunch. Just what is it that keeps the Southern underground mainstay coming...Read More
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50 Cent
Love may not mean never having to say you're sorry,but being 50 Cent evidently does; on Outlawz, the potential lead street single off his forthcoming fifth studio album, Curtis Jackson celebrates his...Read More
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Donnis
I know regular visitors to the Booth think they’ve seen every project idea under the sun brought out into the light, but I guarantee I have something new for even the most grizzled Booth vets....Read More
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9
Nas
Though Nas' recent material (including 08's highly-acclaimed Untitled LP) has done nothing to damage his reputation as one of the finest spitters ever to pick up a mic, there are still many who...Read More
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10
Drake
If DJBooth.net had printing presses, somebody would be running down the hall right now screaming to stop them. What's the occasion? Only a new, apropos-of-nothing-in-particular release from one of the...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Pitbull
Perhaps inspired by Weezy's use of The Banana Boat Song on 6'7", Latin-rap heavyweight takes inspiration fromthe calypso singer's Shake Señora on his latest feature, a remixed version of a standout...Read More
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Lil Wayne
Eminem's Stan was one of the most acclaimed cuts in hip-hop history, striking such a chord that its title has become a synonym for "obsessive fan" in modern parlance. Can Lil Wayne duplicate that...Read More
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Lupe Fiasco
Now that the, well, fiasco that was the release of Lupe's third full-length has largely died down, it's possible to appreciate Lasers for what it is: a quality, if uncharacteristically pop-oriented...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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DJ Khaled
With the arrival of his latest full-length just around the corner, DJ Khaled takes the opportunity to whet fans' appetites with one more leak off the project. On standout cut Money, Ludacris and Jeezy...Read More
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15
Bad Meets Evil
With current single Fast Lane standing strong at #1 on the Booth's Top Picks chart, Bad Meets Evil have elected to build up anticipation for their new EP by leaking another standout cut off the...Read More
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16
Jeezy
Having received disappointing reviews for his last selection, The Lick, and frankly a few selections before that too, trap star and CTE CEO Young Jeezy pulls out the big guns for the latest street...Read More
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J. Cole
I could go really deep into how this song is sweating Big J, but I'm probably just jaded (shrug). However, with that said, new promo leak Return of Simba is a necessary move on J. Cole's major...Read More
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Asher Roth
Though Asher Roth's no longer the keg-pumping frat-hopper he was when he first entered the game, he still looks forward to Summertime as ardently as any college kid. On his latest effort, an...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Common
When it rains, it pours—or, as the case may be, when it snows it blizzards. Relatively quiet since the release of 2008's Universal Mind Control LP, Common made his return to the hip-hop blogosphere...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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