Club Hip Hop Songs Music Chart - May 24, 2014

1
Mariah Carey
There's no point playing it cool when you're dealing with a woman like Mariah Carey. The pop songstress can spot a Thirsty man a mile away. The follow-up to February's You're Mine (Eternal), Mimi's...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
2
Pitbull
On his last single, Wild Wild Love, Pitbull injected a little folk-rock into his dancefloor-ready sound. While it didn't reach the stature of his biggest hits, the experiment was enough of a success...Read More
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3
Jason Derulo
Given that it's a Thursday morning and you're most likely sitting in front of a computer screen, it's unlikely that even the dopest club banger will inspire you to leap to your feet and dance. But you...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
4
DJ Mustard
When DJ Mustard isn't producing hit records for YG, Kid Ink, Trey Songz and Rick Ross, he's in the studio creating hit records to keep for himself. Following the March release of full-length lead...Read More
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5
DJ Infamous
Evrerybody loves Double Cupping it—which is why DJ Infamous had no trouble gathering guests to spits on the official remix of his reader-approved debut feature. As a matter of fact, so many rappers...Read More
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6
Young Thug
With a major label deal, management by Cash Money and shout outs from Nicki Minaj, Drake and Kanye, Young Thug is now firmly planted in hip-hop. But, along with Danny Glover, it was the anthemic...Read More
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7
Nicki Minaj
One late night Friday release from Young Money deserves another. Just minutes after Lil Wayne unveiled his new single with Drake, Believe Me, Nicki Minaj follows suit with Yasss B*tch. Featuring both...Read More
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8
T-Pain
Without a doubt, Up Down (Do This All Day) was last year's biggest strip-club smash—and if T-Pain has its way, it's gonna dominate in 2014 as well. In the interest of squeezing the last drop of hype...Read More
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9
Kid Ink
Back in March, Kid Ink liberated Main Chick as the third official single off his RCA/Alumni debut set. While the album version of the DJ Mustard-produced cut didn't make it onto our front page, we...Read More
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10
2 Chainz
Guys, you may not want to let your girl hear this one. If you thought that her complaining about getting a bigger closet was bad, well, it's about to become vengeful. As a standout selection from 2...Read More
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11
DJ Snake
This. Is. The. Turnt. Remix. After giving the world one of the crazier dance party music videos of all time, DJ Snake and Lil Jon took their own advice for today's new club banger, Turn Down For What...Read More
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12
Steve Aoki
You know your speakers are going to get a workout when Steve Aoki or Waka Flocka Flame drop a new record. But if they're on the same track, that workout turns into more of a Bikram Yoga session that...Read More
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13
Big K.R.I.T.
One of seven fresh records released as part of the Mississippi repper's #WeekOfKRIT series, Big K.R.I.T.'s Lac Lac racked up more listens than any other DJBooth feature in March. In other words, the...Read More
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14
Mally Mall
Life is full of difficult decisions: marriage, car insurance, school for your children, keeping your sheets clean when you have a bad girl in your bed. Well, Mally Mall is here to help you with that...Read More
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15
T-Pain
Some people go to the club looking for Mr. or Ms. Right, while others go looking for Mr. or Ms. Right Now. T-Pain? All he wants is a Drinkin Patna. We all know T-Pain can handle his liquor, so when he...Read More
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16
K Camp
K. Camp may think nothing of tossing a few hundreds at a talented pole dancer, but don't get it twisted; if a woman starts to cost him too much time and/or money relative to his enjoyment of her...Read More
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17
Waka Flocka Flame
For those with short term memory, Waka Flocka Flame isn't just about partying and getting lost in the rich life. He will still put you in check if he catches you Slippin. The Mike WiLL Made...Read More
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18
Lex Luger
Booth readers, meet Lex Luger, producer... and emcee. That's right; the trunk-banging beatsmith has stepped out from behind the boards to try his hand at rhyming on recently-released single Legal....Read More
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19
BANGLADESH
It's been a minute since BANGLADESH last stepped into the Booth with a fresh solo feature; his most recent, the Pusha T/2 Chainz-assisted 100, hit our front page in June of 2012. Now, however, the...Read More
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20
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
Posted one year ago by richard

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21
Rocko
What's Good, Booth readers? No need to respond, because I already know the answer: it's a brand new promo single from U.O.E.N.O. hitmaker Rocko. Last heard delivering guest bars on Jadakiss's Sour,...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
22
IAMSU!
After giving us loosie song release Show You earlier this month, IAMSU! has returned with a proper street single off his upcoming debut album, Sincerely Yours. When you hear What You 'Bout in the...Read More
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23
Wiz Khalifa
Unless you have been off the internet all day today (which seems highly unlikely if you are reading this feature), then you probably know that Kanye's College Dropout turned 10 years old. If all goes...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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