Rap Songs Music Chart - July 18, 2010

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Bun B
Travie McCoy wanted to be a Billionaire, but Houston rap legend and UGK alum Bun B won’t settle for just sitting alongside Oprah and Bill Gates, he wants to take it a notch further. Fueled by the...Read More
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Yung Joc
While many applauded Yung Joc for ditching Bad Boy and going the independent, digital-only route with last year's Grind Flu LP, the album itself met a lukewarm reception from readers; suffice it to...Read More
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Eminem
Well isn’t this a real “OMG” moment (no, not that OMG). After rumors of Eminem’s eagerness to sign Slaughterhouse to his Shady Records imprint, hip-hop’s white knight has finally teamed up...Read More
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Kid CuDi
It’s a big, big day in the Cudiverse. Much to the delight of hip-hop stoners everywhere, this morning Kid Cudi let loose of the first single off his upcoming sophomore album, Man on the Moon II: The...Read More
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Paul Wall
I never know what to expect from Paul Wall, although knowing his track record and also being from Texas, I probably should. So when he keeps surprising me time and time again, I wonder if the rest of...Read More
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B.o.B
Everyone knows that shooting stars are an ideal medium for wishing, but what if you've got a wish so urgent you can't simply stand around, waiting for a comet to cross the sky? On yet another single...Read More
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Flo Rida
Yesterday, Nappy Boy girl group Sophia Fresh stepped into the Booth with This Instant, a track set for inclusion on the Step Up 3-D soundtrack. If that exuberant cut was the musical equivalent of...Read More
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Wale
On a day when a long list of powerhouse artists grace the DJBooth's homepage together (think of the new Miami Heat), a solo effort from Mr. Folarin has also emerged for your listening pleasure....Read More
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MIMS
Sometimes a song’s title says it all, and MIMS' latest effort Haters You Love Me is one of those times. After the NY emcee failed to (so far) truly follow up on his breakthrough supersmash This Is...Read More
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Kanye West
We don't usually post new features on Friday – but it isn't every Friday that hip-hop superstar Kanye West unleashes the inaugural leak off his first rap album since 2007's Graduation. Power finds...Read More
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Travis
Quick quiz: what’s the only thing better than being a millionaire? Yep, you guessed it, being a Billionaire. (Although I don’t know what a billion will get you that several million won’t. Your...Read More
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Fat Joe
As a perpetual underdog in one of the most competitive industries imaginable, Fat Joe lives a high-stress life, but the plus-sized emcee hasn't let it get to him – how is he able to stay so cool...Read More
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New Boyz
2009 debut album Skinny Jeans and a Mic may not have earned the New Boyz Booth acclaim, but it does seem to have made them a healthy amount of cash; today, Legacy and Ben J make their return to our...Read More
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Twista
Hold on. I know what you’re thinking based on the beat, but no, Twista isn’t (really) getting all Southern on his new single I Do. The production, courtesy of his frequent collaborator, The...Read More
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Cali Swag District
Class is in session, Booth readers! The subject of today's lecture, which comes courtesy of first-time featurees Cali Swag District and a few high-profile guest lecturers, is “Dougie-ing” - which,...Read More
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B.o.B
Having satisfied the streets with his last single, reader (and staff) favorite B.o.B's shifted his focus to that other all-important demographic; the ladies. On his latest selection, the ATL buzzmaker...Read More
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Laws
It’s been about five months since Laws dropped his breakthrough 4:57 Mixtape, but when you’ve cooked up a musical meal that delicious, you can eat off it for months. Or, in the case of Hold You...Read More
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Diddy-Dirty Money
“It’s the Teflon Don, 100 karats in the charm, time to give it back to Sean!.” Rick Ross ends his introductory verse (in fashion) on the remix to the Dirty Money smash Hello Good Morning. To be...Read More
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Lloyd Banks
Two Lloyds have to be better than one, right? If that’s true, then expect G-Unit lyricist Lloyd Banks’ follow-up single to the smash Beamer Benz or Bentley to have immense success. For Any Girl,...Read More
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