Rap Songs Music Chart - June 13, 2010

June 14, 2010 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Big Boi
Growing up on the east coast, I’ve always enjoyed the dopely eclectic work Atlanta has been putting out for over a decade now (it’s hard to imagine another place where artists like Ludacris,...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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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
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Ludacris
Have you ever seen a TV show’s title and been confused about its theme? Well if Ludacris’ latest album was playing on television, it’d be pretty hard to get it twisted. Battle of the Sexes...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
4
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
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Flo Rida
Some artists just have a great ear for beats. And while some of the most lyrical rappers can occasionally be instrumentally-challenged (see: Nas), there are still some dog-eared emcees out there...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Ace Hood
As an L.A. resident I’m accustomed to living a certain life style: beautiful weather, beautiful women and the occasional riot, but even my sunniest days can’t compare to the cash soaked Life Style...Read More
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7
Bow Wow
It’s been over a year since we last heard a solo feature from Bow Wow (2009’s You Can Get It All), and in that time his biggest publicity has come from an at least tangential connection to some...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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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
Posted 5 years ago by richard
9
Big Sean
Big Sean is a bull when he sees red. After a few behind-the-scenes stoppages since Finally Famous Vol. 2, the Detroit rhyme-spitter is finally back with Volume 3 of his now famous series (out this...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
10
Bun B
Though one's a grizzled Southern vet and the other only just removed the “Young” from his stage name, Houston icon Bun B and ATL mainstay Jeezy have quite a bit in common: both keep one ear...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Fat Joe
Let’s face it: rappers are known for trying to promote every one of their records like it's the rap version of Thriller. I can’t even tell you how many emails my dude DJ Z probably gets with the...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Nipsey Hussle
Yesterday, Left Coast buzzmaker Nipsey Hussle and his Slauson Boyz taught us a thing or two about Stayin Alive in the treacherous inner-city streets. Of course, those who want to not only survive but...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Lloyd Banks
What artists would you grab for a remix to your smash single? Ludacris? Check. Jadakiss? Check. The-Dream? Check. Yo Gotti? Actually, that might not be a typical line-up, but the combination still...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Killer Mike
I first heard Ready Set Go on T.I.’s latest project F**k a Mixtape and from the first note I was thoroughly impressed. Created by one of the game’s finest producers, No I.D., who uses an Indian...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Plies
If you like piña coladas, have I got a song for you! OK, I'm not sure if a taste for tropical drinks will equate to an appreciation for Plies latest single – personally, I prefer to enjoy my...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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The Roots
Just this past February, I got a text message that was apparently sent out exclusively to Black recipients that read: “It’s Black History Month – recognize your roots and get a relaxer,” (if...Read More
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T.I.
The lord giveth, and the lord taketh away. On the same day that Lil Wayne finally heads off to jail for an eight month bid, the long-imprisoned and still King of the South T.I. has decided to begin...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Jadakiss
This summer one of the biggest questions in the history of humanity will be answered. No, not “is there a god?” No, not “what is the meaning of life?” Of course I’m talking about “where...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Nas
Imitation is the most sincere form of flattery, and it can also drive home a point for a new generation sadly making the same old mistakes. For example, take Nas’ Hey Young World, a remake of...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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