Top Hip Hop / R&B Songs Music Chart - June 04, 2012

June 4, 2012 Chart Recap*Formerly first,......Read More

1
Rick Ross
Earlier this month, we heard Rick Ross play wingman to R&B heavyweight Usher, lending his high-rolling guest bars to club-ready single Lemme See. One good turn deserves another; now, Mr. Raymond's...Read More
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2
Lupe Fiasco
"Those who would trade in their freedom for their protection deserve neither," Benjamin Franklin. And if I’m starting off a post with some revolutionary political quotes than there’s a pretty good...Read More
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3
2 Chainz
Anyone who thinks that 2 Chainz’ success has come overnight clearly doesn’t remember how long he’s been grinding as Tity Boi as a member of Playaz Circle. But regardless of the moniker, it’s...Read More
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4
Usher
Usher seems to be enjoying playing with listener expectations in the lead-up to his seventh studio album; lead single Climax was a poignant breakup jam, whereas club-ready follow-up Scream actually...Read More
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5
Kendrick Lamar
Following in the increasingly popular tradition of video game related Hip Hop, Ubisoft® has tapped Compton flame spitter Kendrick Lamar to spice up its newest creation Ghost Recon: Future Soldier....Read More
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6
T.I.
It’s been a long, long, long road for T.I. For every success a (usually self-imposed) setback seems to be waiting on the horizon for the King of the South, but as of right now T.I.’s looking like...Read More
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Rick Ross
Think Rick Ross' style is simplistic? Au contraire, mon frere; according to the bawse's latest feature, he's just So Sophisticated he makes it look easy. The deceptive complexity of Ross' bars is just...Read More
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8
R. Kelly
Even in the best-matched relationships, there will be times when you start to feel a little underappreciated. The question is, what do you do when you start to think you're being taken for...Read More
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9
Childish Gambino
When listening to Childish Gambino, you can usually expect to hear one of two things. The first is Gambino’s braggadocio raps, and the other is the moments where we clearly hear the issues that...Read More
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10
Brandy
After Monica’s new album was set out into the world it was time for her It All Belongs to Me co-star and fellow R&B superstar Brandy to truly make her mark on 2012. And what better way to get the...Read More
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11
Far East Movement
Far East Movement may have broken through with Like a G6, one of the more rock out till you blackout party anthems in recent memory, but for their new single the group wanted to show that the can also...Read More
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12
A$AP Rocky
When a young NYC rapper emerged dripping with Houston-sounding swag, many doubted if A$AP Rocky was truly the next big thing in hip-hop or just another here today, gone tomorrow rapper. Well, as if a...Read More
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13
Wiz Khalifa
For a self-proclaimed stoner of all-stoners, Wiz Khalifa sure puts in a lot of work. In between the Microsoft commercials, constant shows and endless stream of interviews you’d actually think the...Read More
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14
David Banner
Anyone who’s followed the long career of David Banner knows that he’s a complicated man, an artist capable of dropping revolutionary calls to action one minute and club anthems the next. There’s...Read More
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15
2 Chainz
Kind of hard to start a Riot when you're all by your lonesome, huh? On the official remix of his early-April single, 2 Chainz corrects that omission, inviting 50 Cent to join him over DJ Spinz'...Read More
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16
Justin Bieber
Don't attempt to adjust your televisions computer monitors, what you're seeing is not a hoax. Yes, teen ultra-hearththrob Justin Bieber had indeed recruited the likes of 2 Chainz, Mac Miller and Asher...Read More
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17
Flo Rida
Man, it's been a minute since we've had a Top 40 smash based around an utterly transparent, yet radio-friendly euphemism for fellatio. Unless I'm forgetting something major between Lollipop and...Read More
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18
DJ Khaled
You know what they say, if it ain’t broke don’t fix it. So if you’re DJ Khaled and you drop a star-studded banger that blows up the charts, and then you do it again, and it blows up the charts...Read More
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