Top Hip Hop / R&B Songs Music Chart - July 04, 2011

July 4, 2011 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Lil Wayne
Prepare for the internet to explode in 5, 4, 3….. When Lil Wayne emerged from Rikers we didn’t know how the incarceration would affect his music, but after first single, Six Foot Seven Foot, it...Read More
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Game
After a downright epic wait, it's looking like Game fans will finally get their hands on a new album before the summer's out. While the R.E.D. Album may be back on track for release, those two-plus...Read More
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J. Cole
Kanye's The New Workout Plan was a dope song to be sure, but you know what would be really dope? If someone came along and flipped it so that, instead of being about exercise, it was about casual sex....Read More
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Lloyd
I know what you're thinking: “An R&B record titled Naked? This could only be about one thing.” Not so fast—in actuality, Lloyd's new single finds him espousing a philosophy of militant nudism,...Read More
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Beyoncé
It wouldn't quite be accurate to claim that Beyoncé can do no wrong in the Booth lately—the reader response to Run the World (Girls) says otherwise—but the waves of 4/5-star reviews that greeted...Read More
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Lloyd
On the latest single off his forthcoming senior album, Young Goldie crooner Lloyd makes a play for the affections of a fly female, telling her he's like to Be the One to kiss her goodnight. Over the...Read More
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Bad Meets Evil
No, you're not hallucinating; Bad Meets Evil, the lyrically-bruising duo made up of Motown heavyweights Royce Da 5'9" and Eminem, hooks up with R&B-pop heartthrob Bruno Mars on new EP single Lighters....Read More
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Big Sean
Now that his debut set's headed towards stores shelves, Motown heavyweight Big Sean's got a little more time to kick back with his girl. On this standout cut, he does just that--but not before setting...Read More
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9
Far East Movement
Much like the ever-popular “Why?,” the question “So What?” has the power of derailing any conversation into a pointless, potentially infinite series of queries (and, if you press the issue for...Read More
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DJ Khaled
We the Best head honcho DJ Khaled is following up the boisterous, street-certified Welcome to My Hood (and its successful remix) with something a little more club-focused. I'm on One finds Young Money...Read More
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The-Dream
You've gotta love a two-for-one—though The-Dream wasn't able to drop the fourth installment in his Love series today (as was originally planned) due to label red tape, the pop heavyweight made up...Read More
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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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Gym Class Heroes
When Travie McCoy struck out on his own to drop Booth-acclaimed, commercially-successful solo debut Lazarus, some fans feared that the Cali hitmaker was angling to leave his former crew behind. If you...Read More
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Kelly Rowland
Just how effective was Kelly Rowland's last single in helping listeners achieve success beyond their wildest dreams? Well, on the Billboard #1 single's official remix, several heavyweight guests offer...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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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
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Beyoncé
Run the World (Girls), the lead single off Beyoncé senior set, was an audacious banger along the línes of Single Ladies, while the second pick, Best Thing I Never Had, found the Destiny's Child alum...Read More
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Jay Sean
The last time we heard from Jay Sean he was doing his best Love in the Club impression on the dance floor throbbing Hit the Lights. Well, apparently the Cash Money crooner has been doing some yoga and...Read More
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Pitbull
If you're average recording artist is an artisan, meticulously hand-crafting each record before releasing it to the public, then Pitbull is a one-man assembly line. That's not a criticism of his work...Read More
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