Rap Songs Music Chart - June 23, 2013

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Kid Ink
Believe it or not, Bossin' Up has its drawbacks—foremost among them, the jealousy that one's rising status is sure to inspire in one's rivals. On the latest single off his RCA Records debut EP, Kid...Read More
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Wale
June is already a huge month for hip-hop with 'Ye, Mac and Cole all releasing projects on the 18th, but let's not forget about one of rap's most misunderstood figures, Wale. His Gifted album is set to...Read More
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J. Cole
J. Cole may come from the South, but he's never been shy about expressing his admiration for his adopted hometown's hip-hop icons. On New York Times, a bonus cut off the deluxe edition of his...Read More
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Ace Hood
When an emcee has a club, studio or venue of any kind on lockdown it isn't uncommon for them to boast, “We in here!” For Ace Hood and Lil Wayne, that phrase is played out; instead, the two...Read More
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Tyga
Without question one of the most popular and controversial 2Pac records of all-time is diss track Hit 'Em Up. Now, roughly 17 years later, the song's title and it's creator have returned... sort of....Read More
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Juicy J
You ever have One of Those Nights? You know, the kind of night where you hit the club with The Weeknd, pop a few bottles of expensive champagne, and go home with someone else's S.O.? Yeah, me...Read More
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Kid Ink
Nothing is better than a dope sunset, which some equate to a live work of art. You know what else is a work of art and (dare I say it) a masterpiece? Kid Ink’s Sunset. Just in time for summer, the...Read More
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J. Cole
According to Al Gore and just about every climate scientist not on the GOP's payroll, man-made pollution has caused temperatures to rise all over the globe. That theory, however, may run into a...Read More
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9
Ludacris
I used to be down to party all night, but now at the ripe old age of 24, I have unofficially retired from non-celebratory boozing. I just can't do it, as the next day I will be completely unable to...Read More
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Lupe Fiasco
When Lupe Fiasco's at the top of his game, he's f**king scary. To me, anyway—whereas most artists' songs are easy to explain in a sentence or two, the prospect of summing up one of the Chi-Town...Read More
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Big K.R.I.T.
If you are at all familiar with Big K.R.I.T., then you know that, in addition to a powerful flow, the Southerner is a master of beats as well; often ripping his own production to shreds. While you...Read More
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Action Bronson
Active during the late '80s and early '90s, The Rockers introduced pro wrestling fans to Shawn “The Heartbreak Kid” Michaels and the dropkick-happy Marty Janetty. On a standout cut off his next...Read More
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DJ Tony Touch
The forthcoming third entry in Tony Touch's The Piece Maker mixtape series will find the NYC DJ joined by a downright awe-inspiring array of rap heavyweights. If one name could be said to overshadow...Read More
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Jeezy
It's a (late) Easter miracle! Having killed the club on mixtape single R.I.P., Young Jeezy has resurrected it in order to slaughter it once again on the official remix. In keeping with the Biblical...Read More
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Drake
Far be it from me to doubt Drake's knowledge of the female gender, but it doesn't take a Don Juan to determine that Girls Love Beyoncé. Obvious thesis aside, though, the latest effort from Aubrey...Read More
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DJ Felli Fel
Like many rap-game movers and shakers, DJ Felli Fel bears no animosity toward his haters—in fact, he kinda enjoys having 'em around. That's why, every day, he strives to give them a new Reason to...Read More
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50 Cent
This past July, 50 Cent released New Day, a beefed-up Alicia Keys single that featured additional accompaniment from Dr. Dre. Despite Curtis' powerful collaborators and his longtime track record, the...Read More
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Rockie Fresh
Anyone who thinks stoners are good-for-nothings who don’t do anything but eat old pizza while watching Simpsons reruns needs to take a look at Wiz Khalifa. The Pittsburgh native smokes like a...Read More
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T.I.
When a top-tier artist drops an album as dope as Trouble Man: Heavy Is the Head, you can be sure that there are a few quality cuts that, for whatever reason, didn't make it onto the final tracklist....Read More
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20
Pusha T
For most, the maxim “Be all you can be,” serves as a reminder to always be striving for self-improvement. In Pusha T's case, it's the height of redundancy—after all, what could be better than...Read More
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Wale
On the lead single off Wale's third studio album, hookwoman Tiara Thomas warned the DMV repper that, while she'll be good to him in bed, she's going to treat him Bad as soon as they're out of the...Read More
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Birdman
Are you a fan of mixed martial arts? What a coincidence—so are Birdman and his Rich Gang posse. But their house rules are a little different than those most of us are familiar with. For example,...Read More
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Fat Joe
“Dribble, dribble shoot—swish!” That's the sound of Fat Joe and his crew Ballin'. Fresh off celebrating the opulence of his lifestyle on February's Ceilings to the Sky, the Bronx vet continues...Read More
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