Rap Songs Music Chart - July 05, 2010

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Jeezy
When Jeezy released Lose My Mind I had mixed feelings. Sure, the Drumma Boy produced knock-fest was sonically triumphant and Mr. Trap or Die’s hook was more infectious than the swine flu. But having...Read More
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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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Big Boi
With just one week left before the release of Big Boi’s anticipated solo album Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty, Andre Patton gives us one more taste before releasing the whole meal on...Read More
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Eminem
This is like when Run DMC and Aerosmith got together, I swear. Two of the biggest names in modern music culture have teamed up for a collaboration that has radio screaming number one, and with the...Read More
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Game
The heat index was about 104 when I was working outside today, so I can only imagine that if I heard this hip-hop fire while I was working I’d be passed out on the side of the road somewhere. While...Read More
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T.I.
Maybe it was just me, but when I heard T.I. was going to prison, I knew he was going to come back hungry and raw, right? Well, since his release T.I has kept a relatively low profile, making some of...Read More
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7
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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9
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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10
E-40
Throughout my college experience, I’ve had the unfortunate (or fortunate, depending on your point of view) familiarity of knowing more than a couple promiscuous lady friends. However, these meager...Read More
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11
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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T.I.
Like seemingly everyone, I’ve been enjoying the Clifford Harris comeback tour so far. I’m Back was a banger, Yeah Ya Know was a banger; it appeared that T.I. was dead set on proving he was still...Read More
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Rick Ross
Curren$y and Wiz Khalifa, getting high; it makes sense, right? So it’s only natural that Rick Ross recruits these two for the remix of Super High. The production of DJ Clark Kent and The Remedy...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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15
Dipset
And now the moment everyone’s been anxiously waiting for! Ok, a lot of people. Ok, fine, some people – it’s a Dipset reunion! After ruling the charts in ’03 and ’04, Dipset fell apart, but...Read More
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Rick Ross
When you're alive and well at 34-years-old, does it really make sense to drop a record titled Live Fast Die Young? No, not really. Of course, when you're the Bawse, you don't have to make sense –...Read More
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U.C.B.
As anyone who's attended a performance by the DMV heavyweight is well aware, Wale puts on an absolutely killer live show. His secret? The UCB, a locally legendary Go-Go ensemble who have backed the...Read More
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Drake
In truth, there’s only one man powerful enough to have the hip-hop interwebs explode to the degree it has over the past few hours, and his name is Drake. Given the reaction to the release of the...Read More
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Chamillionaire
The mixtape messiah Chamillionare is back and looking to build some hype for his upcoming third studio album Venom. With the help of Lloyd and Twista, Cham hopes to pick up where he left off after the...Read More
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