Rap Songs Music Chart - July 22, 2012

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Rick Ross
You've got to hand it to Rick Ross, the man certainly knows how to stay in the news. For the Bawse's latest headline grabber he puts together what, judging by the names on the marquee alone, has to be...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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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
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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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If Charlie Sheen references weren’t horribly outdated I’d make a “winning!”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
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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T.I.
It’s been a long, long, long road for T.I. For every success a (usually self-imposed) setback seems to be waiting on the horizon for the King of the South, but as of right now T.I.’s looking like...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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Wiz Khalifa
They’ve always said that Wiz Khalifa was cut from a different cloth. Actually, I don’t know who “they” are, and I don’t think anyone’s used that phrase in conversation since 1954. But...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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Nas
Since Nas is on record saying that his Life is Good album, and certainly the cover, is directly inspired by his acrimonious divorce with Kelis, we can just go ahead and assume that Bye Baby and its...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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B.o.B
B.o.B. is a man just as capable of crooning an acoustic guitar ballad as he is rhyming hard next to Playboy Tre. So it only makes sense that after previous single Both Of Us, featuring pop princess...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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Nas
Nearly two decades ago Nas broke onto the hip-hop scene with New York State of Mind, one of the best storytelling raps the game had ever heard. Fast forward to 2012 and Nasir is returning to his roots...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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Maybach Music Group
When you’ve got the entire MMG roster (minus Omarion) appearing on the same cut, you expect a banging, DJ Khaled-esque posse cut, right? Wrong. Instead el generalissimo Rick Ross decides to take...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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Lil Wayne
Lil Wayne had to have recorded his new single My Homies Still with Big Sean before he decided to launch a some "beef" with Pusha T and everyone who loves him; a category that would include, you'd...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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CyHi The Prynce
I think hip hop needs an intervention. Day-by-day and single-by-single, it's becoming more evident that rappers have a love affair with buying and downing bottles (of liquor). The latest victim?...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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Curren$y
Currently riding high (literally, I imagine) off the success of his major-label debut album, Curren$y sits back and luxuriates in his achievements on the official remix of reader-acclaimed single Jet...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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DJ Drama
Since We in This B*tch already featured about as much guest muscle as could be packed into one record, DJ Drama's switched it up for the record's newly-released half-sequel. Rather than simply...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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Ludacris
On a 1990 single off LL Cool J's Walking With a Panther LP, the battle-rap master advised his competitor to set down the mic and dance like the female he is—hence the jingling earrings. More of a...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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Rick Ross
For years “Don’t Hold Me Back bro!” has been the rallying cry of frat boy fights nationwide, yelled by people who, in fact, want their friends to hold them back from a fight. Rick Ross, as...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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GunPlay
I know I'm not the only one who thought we'd heard the last of GunPlay after his crew, the Triple C's, sputtered, but the MMG rapper is proving to be more resilient that many doubters ever...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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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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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
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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Big K.R.I.T.
When you’re Big K.R.I.T. the grind never stops. You’d think dropping Live From the Underground, the number one rap album in the country, would be enough to Krizza to take a vacation, but he’s...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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