Rap Songs Music Chart - March 04, 2012

March 5, 2012 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Diggy Simmons
As an ‘80s baby it was frankly shocking to see LOX alum Jadakiss on a track with teen phenomenon Diggy Simmons, but ten years ago who could have predicted that we’d someday be watching video on...Read More
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Slaughterhouse
It's finally happened. Unsatisfied with the financial rewards of their uncompromising, lyrically-driven approach, Slaughterhouse have decided to line their pockets by creating a mindless,...Read More
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DMX
As a kid you probably wanted to be an astronaut – how’d that work out for you? In the real world our dreams often never come to fruition, but occasionally dreams do come true. Today we have a...Read More
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Wiz Khalifa
If you're into dropping hundreds on bottles at the local spot, this is your jam. The latest single off the Pittsburgh repper's forthcoming side project/mixtape, My Favorite Song finds Wiz Khalifa...Read More
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Rick Ross
Everybody has their flaws--sometimes, it just takes a High Definition screen to make them visible. On a new leak/video off his latest mixtape, Rick Ross gives listeners the low-down on some of his own...Read More
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Killer Mike
During a childhood trip to the zoo, did you ever stop in front of the elephant habitat and just stare with wonderment, marveling at the fact that a living creature could be that f*cking huge? I...Read More
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Yo Gotti
Who's down for taking a trip over to the trap today? Memphis rapper Yo Gotti is fresh off the release of his latest album, Live From The Kitchen, and he's got a treat to share. With lyrical assists...Read More
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J. Cole
J. Cole's freshman set may not have been flawless—few, if any, albums are—but, judging by the avalanche of five star-reviews in the Booth (not to mention the Gold certification), there were plenty...Read More
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Kendrick Lamar
It's Valentine's Day and, to demonstrate his undying love for his fans, Kendrick Lamar has liberated a previously-unreleased record for their listening pleasure. On Cartoon & Cereal, producer THC's...Read More
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10
DJ Drama
For all the credit that the f-bomb gets for its versatility, “b*tch” isn't close behind—not only can it be used to refer to female dogs, human women (disrespectfully), effeminate men (again,...Read More
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David Banner
Though Yao Ming, the larger-than-life second single off David Banner's Make Believe Album, received lukewarm-to-negative reviews from our readership, the Mississippi repper didn't despair. Instead, he...Read More
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T.I.
Putting together a playlist for your next get-together? Well, no "gangsta party" is complete without Popped Off, a standout cut off T.I.'s latest street release. This celebratory banger finds the...Read More
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Yelawolf
Yelawolf's ascent to prominence in the game was by no means an easy or straightforward one. In addition to the ever-present industry B.S., he's had to contend with a public slow to grasp his...Read More
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Wiz Khalifa
Morocco seems to be a popular destination these days; just a week and change after we heard Ballad send his girl Love From the North African nation, Wiz Khalifa steps into the Booth with a mixtape...Read More
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Jeezy
What type of woman does Young Jeezy prefer? I'll give you a hint: it's most definitely not the kind you can take home to mother. On the latest single/video off his hit senior set, the Southern...Read More
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2 Pistols
As befitting a rapper with as deuce in his stage name, 2 Pistols only gives a damn about two things in this world: money and p*ssy. As for the rest, the title of his latest single says it all: I Don't...Read More
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J. Cole
Thursday evening, J. Cole returned to his hometown of Fayetteville, North Carolina to give back to his community in the inaugural "Dreamville Weekend." In honor of the occasion, the Roc Nation...Read More
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Consequence
Consequence has been rapping for a long, long time. (His first official spot was on ATCQ’s ’96 album Beats, Rhymes & Life, for the rap history nerds out there.) Cons longevity means that the...Read More
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KXNG CROOKED
Originally featured on the West Coast heavyweight's Hoodmorning: Candy Coronas EP, Game's Monsters in My Head serves as inspiration for the latest mixtape freestyle from Long Beach mainstay Crooked I....Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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