Rap Songs Music Chart - March 28, 2010

March 29, 2010 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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B.o.B
If you have a set of wheels and your commute is as long as mine every day, you would have to either be deaf or have a broken stereo not to notice that B.o.B.’s latest chart-topper Nothin’ On You...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Baby Bash
Having parted ways with J Records, Baby Bash may be flying solo on the label tip, but when it comes to female companionship, the Southern emcee/r&b crooner never has to worry about being alone. How is...Read More
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DJ Khaled
According to DJ Khaled’s new single All I Do Is Win, but that title feels ironic considering his last two offerings, Put Your Hands Up and Fed Up, were relative losers in the DJBooth rating...Read More
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Ludacris
Now this is the Ludacris I’ve been waiting for. After some average (for him) mic performances on My Chick Bad and Hey Ho, the Ludameister’s back to his hilariously dope, instantly rewind-worthy...Read More
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Fabolous
No rapper has confused and frustrated hardcore hip-hop heads over the last few years more than Fabolous. On one hand, his mic skills are undeniable; he’s unarguably got the best punchlines in the...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Jeezy
Like many nine-to-fivers, Young Jeezy looks forward to the weekend as a time to kick back and unwind. Of course, when you're a full-time thug, “unwinding” takes on a different meaning than for...Read More
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K'NAAN
Pop icon Nelly Furtado was discussing her favorite artists in a recent interview when K’NAAN’s name happened to come up. Almost word for word, she said, “You know how a lot of artists suck these...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Nicki Minaj
If you steer your browser to Nicki Minaj's MySpace page, the first thing you'll see is a picture of the Young Money signee flying through the air in a (very revealing) Wonder Woman outfit. Why is she...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Gudda Gudda
In his review of We Are Young Money, our own Nathan S. observed that, for as long as folks have been pointing to Gudda Gudda as the label's “Next Big Thing,” the New Orleans native has yet to...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Timbaland
In order to get the public properly excited about the release of his upcoming third solo album, beatmaster Timbaland will be releasing a steady stream of singles, starting with last week’s listener...Read More
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Birdman
Having captured the listening public's attention with successful lead single Always Strapped, Cash Money head honcho Birdman is looking to build further anticipation for his forthcoming Priceless LP...Read More
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Pitbull
While the lyrics on Pitbull's next album, Armando (dropping in May) will be totalmente en español, the Latin-rap heavyweight isn't leaving his many non-Spanish-speaking fans behind – Planet Pit,...Read More
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Jeezy
Out of all the possible phobias (heights, spiders, clowns), a fear of currency would have to be the worst, unless by Scared Money Young Jeezy means “don’t be scared of committing crimes to get...Read More
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Young Buck
I’m not going to front. A couple years ago former G-Unit soldier Young Buck was watching label boss 50 Cent do most of the winning, but it’s a new decade and Buck is determined to start claiming...Read More
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B.o.B
When B.o.B's May 25th mixtape hit the 'net back in February, readers and staff agreed that Gladiators was a cut above the rest. Today, slowpokes who still have yet to listen to the project can finally...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Black Eyed Peas
In my review of the Black Eyed Peas' Boom Boom Pow, I predicted that their forthcoming album, The E.N.D., would be pushed ahead from its June 9 release date, and that the single would become one of...Read More
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Bone Thugs-N-Harmony
You know I’ll never lie to you, so honestly, I’m not so sure about the new sound rap icons Bone Thugs-N-Harmony seem to be going after. Like they did on the previously-featured Vegas (which...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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David Banner
As I wrote on the Mississippi heavyweight emcee’s last DJBooth feature Something Is Wrong, you never know what you’re going to get from a David Banner track. He could be rhyming about big rims and...Read More
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If rap was actually a contact sport (and when Suge Knight was around it was), there wouldn’t be many rappers willing to get into the ring with high-caliber Wu-Tang alumni Method Man, Ghostface...Read More
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