Top Hip Hop / R&B Songs Music Chart - June 19, 2011

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Drake
Despite being a one-off release unattached to any project, unreleased joint Dreams Money Can Buy made an explosive impact when Drake dropped it back in late May. Thus, it should surprise absolutely no...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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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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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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Pitbull
Though Pitbull calls himself “Mr. 305” out of loyalty to the Magic City, the moniker “Mr. Worldwide” would be equally apt—over the course of his career, the Latin-rap heavyweight's attracted...Read More
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Big Sean
No question, Big Sean is Finally Famous. After being on my (and Hip Hop’s) radar for over two years now (since the release of 2009’s UKNOWBIGSEAN) to being a couple weeks away from his Def...Read More
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Tech N9ne
With the verbal agility he displays in his musical work, Tech N9ne must have some... other skills as well, right? Indeed—on newly-leaked album standout F*ck Food, the Kansas City underground uses...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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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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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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Kid CuDi
When Lupe departed from hip-hop to record a post-punk LP as Japanese Cartoon, I was intrigued; when Weezy announced his intent to follow up critical and commercial blockbuster Carter III with a rock...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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Nicki Minaj
As those who follow Nicki Minaj’s Twitter religiously (like I do) already know, only an hour ago the one and only human Barbie let loose of a brand new joint, Catch Me. Originally intended for...Read More
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Bad Meets Evil
With current single Fast Lane standing strong at #1 on the Booth's Top Picks chart, Bad Meets Evil have elected to build up anticipation for their new EP by leaking another standout cut off the...Read More
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Beyoncé
As excellent as supposed “second single” 1 + 1 was, the fact that Beyoncé neglected to say “no backsies” at any point in the record should have tipped us off to the fact that the selection...Read More
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Curren$y
For a stoner Currens$y sure does work a lot. Coming close on the heels of his Covert Coup mixtape, which I have to say opened my eyes to the former Young Money emcee’s skills, the leader of the Jets...Read More
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Tinie Tempah
While rock and R&B import artists from England to the U.S. on a seemingly daily basis, so far U.K. hip-hop artists have found crossing the proverbial pond a tricky proposition (word to Dizzee Rascal)....Read More
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Frank Ocean
Though the jury still seems to be split on whether Tyler, the Creator's a visionary genius or a kid with a few screws loose (or, y'know, both), the one Odd Future member who everyone seems to agree is...Read More
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I.Y.A.Z
Life is tough for the chronically indecisive; whether you're vacillating between several equally appealing items on a lunch menu or weighing the relative pros and cons of kicking it in the front...Read More
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