Rap Songs Music Chart - July 01, 2012

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Lupe Fiasco
Did you hear it—that faint rustling sound issuing from nowhere in particular? That was the sound of Lupe Fiasco fans worldwide raising a collective eyebrow upon learning that the Chi-town rhymesayer...Read More
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2
Curren$y
UDPATE: Click "Watch Video" to view the brand new visuals for Jet Life. Big money, international flights, nights of revelry, beautiful (and expensive) women, top-quality kush—it's all part and...Read More
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3
G.O.O.D Music
And they say that negativity won't get you anywhere in life! After scoring a local hit with I Don't Like, a jam which found him listing off the myriad people and things that he simply can't stand,...Read More
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Big Boi
Why go through all the complex, time-consuming rigamarole of game-spitting, when you can just come out and ask directly? On this newly-released joint single, Big Boi and Theophilus London show us just...Read More
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2 Chainz
Kind of hard to start a Riot when you're all by your lonesome, huh? On the official remix of his early-April single, 2 Chainz corrects that omission, inviting 50 Cent to join him over DJ Spinz'...Read More
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Rick Ross
Think Rick Ross' style is simplistic? Au contraire, mon frere; according to the bawse's latest feature, he's just So Sophisticated he makes it look easy. The deceptive complexity of Ross' bars is just...Read More
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7
Kendrick Lamar
Following in the increasingly popular tradition of video game related Hip Hop, Ubisoft® has tapped Compton flame spitter Kendrick Lamar to spice up its newest creation Ghost Recon: Future Soldier....Read More
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8
The Throne
In May 2004, Kanye West shocked the listening public and radio programmers alike by praising Jesus in a hit hip-hop record. Released as a single in March of this year, his and Jay-Z's Watch the Throne...Read More
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9
DJ Drama
For his brand new release, My Moment, the always confident DJ Drama grabs some of his famous friends for an in-depth discussion of the Supreme Court’s recent Obamacare decision. Just kidding, My...Read More
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10
David Banner
Anyone who’s followed the long career of David Banner knows that he’s a complicated man, an artist capable of dropping revolutionary calls to action one minute and club anthems the next. There’s...Read More
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11
Big Sean
What took them so long? After both having huge, breakout year's in 2011, Def Jam artist Big Sean and indie-sensation Mac Miller have finally collided (for the first time in their careers) on the...Read More
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12
Travis Porter
With their debut studio album on track for release late next month, Travis Porter are amping up listener anticipation with new single Ride Like That. The follow-up to the Tyga-assisted Ayy Ladies,...Read More
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13
Iggy Azalea
Like so many other musical artists, Iggy Azalea didn't quite fit in with the other students in her high-school class. Fast-forward to 2012, and she's in the process of spinning her eccentricities into...Read More
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14
Chiddy Bang
As a previously-unknown musical act rises to prominence in the game, it's only natural that speculation will begin to run rampant. Seeing the potential for misconceptions, Philly duo Chiddy Bang step...Read More
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15
Meek Mill
Update: Click "Watch Video" above to view the Burn video. Mobile users can scroll down. "The Roof, the Roof, the Roof is on fire... we don't need no water, let that motherf**ker Burn!" Inspired by...Read More
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16
T.I.
T.I. will be the first to admit that his career in the game hasn't been an uninterrupted string of victories—I mean, he is titling his new album “Trouble Man”--but, when you add it all up,...Read More
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17
Big Boi
After the success of Sir Lucious Leftfoot: Son if Chico Dusty, one would tend to think that it would be too much of a task for Dungeon Family mainstay Big Boi to come back with another banger of an...Read More
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18
Slaughterhouse
Back in March, Slaughterhouse polarized listeners with My Life, a single which found them tempering their lyrically iconoclastic style with more mainstream ambitions. On the follow-up, Throw It Away,...Read More
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Wiz Khalifa
If Charlie Sheen references weren’t horribly outdated I’d make a “winning!” reference, but you have to admit, Wiz Khalifa hasn’t taken any losses in a while. Everything he’s put out in...Read More
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