Rap Songs Music Chart - March 10, 2013

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1
Drake
Early this morning, before most of us had rolled out of bed—or into bed, if you happen to be a night owl--Drake quietly unleashed a new record via his official site. 5AM in Toronto is an unofficial...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
2
Trinidad James
To paraphrase Victor Hugo, there's no stopping an idea whose time has come—and, judging by the massive response to Trinidad Jame$' debut single, it's safe to say that we're living in the age of All...Read More
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3
Juicy J
It goes without saying, but I'll say it anyway: every time Juicy J goes out, he's just gotta Show Out and throw his money around. On the follow-up to gloriously ig'nant album lead single Bandz a Make...Read More
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4
Eve
She Bad Bad, the lead single off Eve's long-awaited senior set, failed to make a strong impression on Boothgoers when it first hit our front page in October 2012. Sometimes, though, all it takes to...Read More
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5
Lil Wayne
Evidently, Weezy F. Baby's made it his mission accentuate the positive in 2013. Having gotten a head start with the New Year's Eve release of (new) album lead single B**ches Like Me, theYMCMB...Read More
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6
Gucci Mane
Nothin on Ya, the lead single off Gucci Mane's next mixtape, failed to win over listeners in The DJBooth, despite a guest feature from Wiz Khalifa. Today, the Brick Squad CEO bounces back with...Read More
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7
DJ Scream
When you have had a career like Goodie Mobb and Gnarls Barkley member Cee-Lo, it is inevitable that you will come across a few humbling moments. For instance, maybe it was one of his four Grammy wins?...Read More
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8
Jeezy
Hip hop has had its fair share of songs about death. While some, like Puff’s Missing You, are an ode to a fallen friend, a few others, like Eminem’s aptly named Kill You or Pac’s Hit Em Up,...Read More
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9
A$AP Rocky
Quick: list off seven of the hottest new emcees to emerge in the last few years. If you're anywhere near my wavelength, your list will look a lot like the lineup of A$AP Rocky's latest single....Read More
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10
Tyga
Dr. Dre's 1992 debut solo single, Deep Cover, found a West Coast up-and-comer by the name of Snoop Doggy Dogg strapping up to commit “187 on an undercover cop.” Two decades and change later, Tyga...Read More
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11
Rick Ross
Yesterday, in a decisive victory over GOP candidate Mitt Romney, Barack Obama was elected to a second term as President on the United States. Ballin' on the haters just isn't the same without a...Read More
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12
Big K.R.I.T.
On a recent collabo with 9th Wonder, released as part of Crown Royal's digital music series, the Mississippi repper made clear that he intends to rule over the hip-hop game til the stars fall out of...Read More
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13
Iggy Azalea
Iggy Azalea hasn't been featured on the solo tip since last October, when she dropped off free mixtape TrapGold, but the ATL-by-way-of-Sydney rapper's been “Work, work, work, workin' on [her]...Read More
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14
Birdman
Its fitting that the Birdman-founded group Rich Gang All-Stars released their debut mixtape during NBA All-Star weekend, because this newly-assembled collective is full of some of the bigger names in...Read More
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15
Kendrick Lamar
Featuring an iconic sample and a heavyweight guest feature, Poetic Justice was the one track off Kendrick Lamar's blockbuster debut set that screamed “potential single selection.” After scoring a...Read More
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16
Juelz Santana
Think Juelz Santana's coming too hard? The Harlem rhymesayer begs to differ—according to his latest mixtape single, it's his competition that's too Soft. The artist's first DJBooth feature since...Read More
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17
Joe Budden
Joe Budden has a reputation for messy public breakups, but that doesn't mean he doesn't cherish memories of the good times he and his exes enjoyed together—particularly when those good times...Read More
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18
Trae The Truth
Have you heard the expression “You scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours”? For Trae The Truth and Future, it's not just an expression, but rather words they live by. Last week, Future released...Read More
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Yelawolf
Nothing helps an artist get the word out about a new project more than a blazing hot lead single, and nobody knows this better than the Shady/Interscope young gun, Yelawolf. On the lead single off...Read More
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20
DJ Kay Slay
If you're gonna ride with DJ Kayslay, you'd better be About That Life. On the latest single off his long-awaited fifth solo album, following 2011 single 60 Second Assassin, the NYC mainstay recruits...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard

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21
Yelawolf
Earlier this month, the Booth's own DJ Z coined the term “space street banger” to describe the eclectic style Yelawolf and WillPower exhibited on Trunk Muzik Returns lead single Way Out. Now that...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
22
Lupe Fiasco
It's good to see that in between canceling albums and crashing inaugurations, Lupe Fiasco's getting his regular lyrical workout in. Earlier today, the Chi-town heavyweight took to Twitter to unleash a...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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Vado
Those who prefer the underground scene might see the laundry list of heavy-hitters on this cut and think to themselves, Don’t Make Me Do It. They would be remiss, however, because while Vado’s...Read More
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