Rap Songs Music Chart - May 30, 2010

May 31, 2010 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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T.I.
Like seemingly everyone, I’ve been enjoying the Clifford Harris comeback tour so far. I’m Back was a banger, Yeah Ya Know was a banger; it appeared that T.I. was dead set on proving he was still...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Kanye West
We don't usually post new features on Friday – but it isn't every Friday that hip-hop superstar Kanye West unleashes the inaugural leak off his first rap album since 2007's Graduation. Power finds...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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B.o.B
If you couldn't get enough of B.o.B's latest Booth success, Airplanes, our beloved ATL hit machine has come to us yet again with another sure-to-be smash: Airplanes (Pt. 2). I can't speak on how...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Fat Joe
Let’s face it: rappers are known for trying to promote every one of their records like it's the rap version of Thriller. I can’t even tell you how many emails my dude DJ Z probably gets with the...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Game
It’s hard to know what to expect from west coast rider “don’t call me the” Game lately. One minute we’re listening to the atrocious P**sy Fight, the next we’re being hit with an over...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Nas
Imitation is the most sincere form of flattery, and it can also drive home a point for a new generation sadly making the same old mistakes. For example, take Nas’ Hey Young World, a remake of...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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T.I.
The lord giveth, and the lord taketh away. On the same day that Lil Wayne finally heads off to jail for an eight month bid, the long-imprisoned and still King of the South T.I. has decided to begin...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Plies
If you like piña coladas, have I got a song for you! OK, I'm not sure if a taste for tropical drinks will equate to an appreciation for Plies latest single – personally, I prefer to enjoy my...Read More
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The Roots
The last time The Roots put out a track with “2.0” in the title, it was my favorite record of 2003. Now, here in 2010, The Roots present us with the brand new single off their upcoming album,...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Diggy Simmons
While Diggy Simmons' first feature, Come to Rock (Freestyle), left most Booth readers convinced that the 15-year-old rapper had what it took to make a name for himself outside the shadow of his...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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J. Cole
Since being signed to Jay-Z’s new label Roc Nation late last year, J. Cole has been one of the fastest rising hip-hop artists in the game. Loyal fans have likely already heard Cole perform Who Dat...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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Busta Rhymes
“Wait! Stop the party! I don’t wanna hurt nobody!” The first words blared out by Swizz Beatz on Busta Rhymes’ new single Stop the Party had me hyped for a few reasons. First, it’s Busta’s...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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B.o.B
B.o.B.'s highly-anticipated debut set contains its share of heavyweight guest appearances, but one of the most exciting collaborations in the bunch didn't actually make it onto the final tracklist....Read More
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Ludacris
Ludacris and Nicki Minaj on a track called My Chick Bad? We haven’t seen a pairing this highly anticipated since the San Diego Zoo tried to mate those two endangered pandas. The second single off...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Juelz Santana
Approximately 47 years ago (I said approximately) Harlem heavy hitter Juelz Santana and a not-yet super famous Lil Wayne promised they’d be releasing the collabo album I Can’t Feel My Face, but...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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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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Rick Ross
I know what you're thinking: has Rick Ross given up the cocaine hustle to become a weed rapper?! Inconceivable! Well, fans of the Miami heavyweight can breathe a sigh of relief; Super High, the lead...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Young Money
Lil Wayne is undoubtedly one of the most powerful men in hip-hop, but his Royal Weezyness is on a mission to expand his empire beyond himself and build a true Young Money movement. Hence Bed Rock, the...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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