Club Hip Hop Songs Music Chart - March 29, 2014

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DJ Snake
Popularized in cuts by T-Wayne and DJ Drama, “Turn Down for What” was one of last year's most popular hip-hop catchphrases—and it's gonna be even bigger in 2014, if Lil Jon and DJ Snake have...Read More
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Kid Ink
Released to considerable Booth acclaim back in September of 2013, the lead single off Kid Ink's RCA/Alumni debut set has received the inevitable star-studded remix. Bay Area hitmaker DJ Mustard's...Read More
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3
Katy Perry
Between Pharrell's hat choice debacle and the whole Best Rap Album travesty (not to mention Kendrick and Imagine Dragons' epic performance) you might have missed a few things at the 56th annual Grammy...Read More
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4
Miley Cyrus
On her latest LP, Miley Cyrus sought (with a little help from her stable of hitmaking producers) to infuse hip-hop and trap influences into her sound, but hit second single Wrecking Ball stuck close...Read More
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5
Pharrell Williams
Yesterday, Pharrell Willams released his highly-anticipated sophomore solo album. To celebrate its arrival, Booth-acclaimed beatsmith !llmind has put his own spin on the set's ubiquitous,...Read More
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Juvenile
Juvenile is a card-carrying ass man, but it takes a special kind of Booty to catch the New Orleans veteran's eye. He likes 'em big, round and (as he put it on a cut off Reality Check) loose. On this...Read More
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T-Pain
Though we featured Up Down (Do This All Day) way back in August of 2013, T-Pain's hit single still enjoys a coveted place on our Club Hip Hop Chart. The Autotune maven's recent good fortune has, of...Read More
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8
YG
Featured last August under the radio-friendlier title My Hitta, YG's My N*gga makes its return to our pages in officially remixed form. This time around, original featuree Young Jeezy is swapped out...Read More
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9
E-40
In our era of freely-available celebrity sex tapes, “Let's make a movie,” has become one of rap's favorite sexual overtures. On E-40's latest single, however, the Bay Area veteran employs a line...Read More
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10
Beyoncé
In addition to offering listeners an unprecedented level of insight into the pop songstress's erotic adventures, Beyoncé's latest full-length has helped liven up the sex lives of many of her...Read More
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Swizz Beatz
In 2010, DJ Khaled said, err, screamed Put Your Hands Up. More than a year later, 50 Cent went on to say the exact same thing. And, as you're probably well aware, this trend continued into 2012,...Read More
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Major Lazer
Major Lazer has a knack for simple and meaningless, yet insanely catchy hooks. I spent more of 2013 than I'd like to admit humming, “Bubble butt, bubble bubble bubble butt.” Well, now I know...Read More
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13
August Alsina
On August Alsina's last Booth feature, the official remix of the dancefloor-ready I Luv This Sh*t, the Def Jam crooner was clearly enjoying himself, but remained in more or less full control of his...Read More
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14
Tyga
Previously heard collaborating on hit single Molly, YMCMB emcee Tyga and buzzmaking beatsmith Mally Mall rejoin forces to co-headline new promotional single Wake Up In It. On this street-ready cut,...Read More
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15
Diddy
If you go to any hood in the U.S. or beyond, odds are the locals will have heard of Sean Combs. For his stature and the level of respect that his name commands, the Bad Boy capo dubs himself Big Homie...Read More
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A-Trak
Producing hit records is thirsty work. That's why, when A-Trak and Lex Luger hit the club, they always make sure to purchase at least 100 Bottles of top-shelf champagne. And if Travi$ Scott's along...Read More
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Trey Songz
When an Ordinary man spends an evening sipping mediocre liquor at a garden-variety club before taking a moderately attractive woman back to his so-so apartment, it's a damn good night. For Trey Songz,...Read More
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18
Problem
First featured, to lukewarm reader reviews, back in March, Problem's Like Whaaat has returned in officially remixed form. Whereas the original, a regional smash, boasted guest bars from fellow Cali...Read More
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19
Future
Some rappers love money for what it can buy them. Future? He just wants to wallow in his wealth à la Scrooge McDuck. On a brand new song release off his next full-length, the Epic Records hitmaker...Read More
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20
A-Trak
Been slacking on the workout tip lately? You and me both. But don't give up on that sculpted summer body just yet; the Low Pros' latest feature should provide all the motivation you need to get in...Read More
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QUE.
Thus far in March, we've featured Atlantic Records fast-riser Que a whopping four times: twice as a headliner (OG Bobby Johnson (Remix), Jungle Fever) and twice as a guest (DJ Scream's Always, DJ...Read More
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Young Thug
On The Language, a standout off his last album, Drake told a shawty solely interested in weed and sex, ”Now you're speaking my language.” Smoking and f**king are also Young Thug's native tongue,...Read More
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Gucci Mane
Give me a second; I just gotta grab some shades to protect my eyes from the copious amount of light bouncing off Gucci Mane's latest feature. Everyone properly attired? Then it's time to hit play on...Read More
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