Rap Songs Music Chart - March 24, 2013

March 25, 2013 Chart Recap*With last week’s......Read More

1
Kendrick Lamar
Last week, attendees to a SXSW party at Empire Auto Space were treated to a sneak preview of the official remix of B*tch Don't Kill My Vibe, a standout cut off Kendrick Lamar's critically-acclaimed...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
2
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
Posted 2 years ago by richard
3
Trinidad James
Way back in November, Trinidad Jame$ made his first Booth appearance thanks to an Enferno produced remix of Females Wanted. Five months and one Def Jam signing later, James is back with the original...Read More
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4
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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5
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
Posted 2 years ago by richard
6
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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7
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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8
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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9
Joe Budden
Joe Budden, Wiz Khalifa and French Montana may each be at a different stage in his career, but they've got one thing in common: having made it thus far in the game, they're Never goin' Broke Again....Read More
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10
Lil Wayne
When Lil Wayne's No Worries was "officially" released as a single in early September, nobody at The DJBooth believed that the Detail-produced and assisted single would help catapult the hitmaker's I...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
11
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
12
Curren$y
Though Curren$y's next digital album is less than a week away from release, the New Orleans hitmaker still has yet to release a full track off the project. Today, Spitta finally gives fans a foretaste...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
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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15
Wiz Khalifa
Wiz Khalifa's worked his ass off to get to where he is today, but still, even he has to be surprised at the short time it's taken him to grow from a hungry rap buzzmaker to (as Nathan S. observed in...Read More
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16
Future
As Future prepares to showcase his (figurative) directorial chops on his next street release, fans may be wondering: what genre will F.B.G.: The Movie fall into? Well, If the Epic Records rhymesayer...Read More
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17
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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18
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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19
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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20
Big K.R.I.T.
Numerous philosophers over the ages have seen our inability to distinguish fantasy from reality while dreaming as an indication that our waking experiences might be equally illusory. It's a little...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard

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21
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
Posted 2 years ago by richard
22
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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23
2 Chainz
Though 2 Chainz' life changed immensely when he transitioned from the block to the rap game, one thing's remained constant—no matter where he's at, he's got that Crack. The latest joint off the...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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