Top Hip Hop / R&B Songs Music Chart - May 23, 2010

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Eminem
What do Amy Winehouse, Tiger Woods, and Nicole Richie all have in common? That’s right – they’re all Eminem fans, and, like most of us, it wouldn’t be a stretch to say they’re addicted to...Read More
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Drake
In truth, there’s only one man powerful enough to have the hip-hop interwebs explode to the degree it has over the past few hours, and his name is Drake. Given the reaction to the release of the...Read More
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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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Chris Brown
Whether it was because of a media conspiracy, as he alleges, because the album wasn’t very good, or a little bit of both, the numbers say that Chris Brown’s Graffiti was a relative flop for...Read More
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B.o.B
Having satisfied the streets with his last single, reader (and staff) favorite B.o.B's shifted his focus to that other all-important demographic; the ladies. On his latest selection, the ATL buzzmaker...Read More
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Usher
Before we listen to Usher’s new single OMG let’s take a moment to recognize that nothing less than the fate of text-related singles hangs in the balance. LOL Smiley Face was a travesty, but...Read More
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Nicki Minaj
People obviously love talking about Nicki Minaj, and looking at Nicki Minaj, but it’s starting to look like they may not be so interested in listening to Nicki Minaj. Despite a tsunami of hype,...Read More
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Lil Wayne
Tis the season of miracles, and the holidays have come early this year in the form of a track off Lil Wayne’s ill-fated, quasi-rock album Rebirth that miraculously doesn’t completely suck. As...Read More
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Flo Rida
Some artists just have a great ear for beats. And while some of the most lyrical rappers can occasionally be instrumentally-challenged (see: Nas), there are still some dog-eared emcees out there...Read More
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B.o.B
Everyone knows that shooting stars are an ideal medium for wishing, but what if you've got a wish so urgent you can't simply stand around, waiting for a comet to cross the sky? On yet another single...Read More
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Alicia Keys
More than five months after Drake did some ad-lib work on Alicia Keys' aching beautiful Un-Thinkable (I’m Ready), for my money the best song off her The Element of Freedom album, Drizzy’s back to...Read More
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Travis
Quick quiz: what’s the only thing better than being a millionaire? Yep, you guessed it, being a Billionaire. (Although I don’t know what a billion will get you that several million won’t. Your...Read More
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Trey Songz
Just in time for the season when folks are driving around with the top down, vibing out to their latest favorites, Trey Songz drops off a new song for fans to add to their summer rotation. Contrary to...Read More
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I.Y.A.Z
I.Y.A.Z.'s smash-hit debut single found the artist so enamored with a certain female that thoughts of her were running through his head like a catchy melody through an “iPod stuck on replay.”...Read More
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Ciara
Grind. Dance. Up and down. Ride? Fine with me. What goes better together than heavy bass and lapdances? Nothing! Ciara has returned with a summer smash that will have girls dancing seductively on...Read More
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Kelly Rowland
Dance hits have been creating a mess on the charts lately. From Ke$ha’s Tik Tok to Akon’s Sexy B*tch, one thing has remained the same: uptempo production. Kelly Rowland’s new record, Commander,...Read More
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Bruno Mars
I was skeptical when I first heard Bruno Mars on B.o.B’s smash hit Nothin on You, and even when I heard him again on Travie McCoy’s Billionaire. I imagined Bruno Mars as someone who’d pop up,...Read More
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Ludacris
Have you ever seen a TV show’s title and been confused about its theme? Well if Ludacris’ latest album was playing on television, it’d be pretty hard to get it twisted. Battle of the Sexes...Read More
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Young Money
In an average week, approximately 500 previously-unreleased Lil Wayne records hit the net.  Since we at the Booth prefer quality to quantity, we tend to hold off on the bulk of them, only featuring...Read More
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