Rap Songs Music Chart - May 04, 2014

1
Lil Wayne
A few days ago we got the "leaked' art work for Lil Wayne's upcoming album, Tha Carter V, and now we get our first taste of the only thing that really matters, the music. Complete with a guest verse...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
2
DJ Khaled
Later this year, DJ Khaled will release his eight studio album, I Changed Alot. Insane, huh? Since his 2006 debut, Listennn... the Album, the We The Best Music Group bossman has released a full-length...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
3
Big K.R.I.T.
Big K.R.I.T. has been featured a whopping 10 times since the calender flipped to 2014. None of the 10 features, however, has been a taste of the Mississippi native's long overdue new album. That ends...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
4
Bas
If Danny Ocean's growing team made a video about getting out of jail, it would sound and look a lot like this. Dreamville's Bas drops off the Ramble West-directed visuals for his celebratory new...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
5
Yo Gotti
If you've ever wanted to write a story on the hardships of rap veteran Yo Gotti, you could start by studying Been Thru It All. The new single, which will be on his upcoming compilation tape, CMG...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
6
Logic
Logic has me feeling like Veruca Salt from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Why? Well, I want his debut album and I want it Now! I can kick and scream all I want, though, but no amount of whining...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
7
The Roots
The Roots' last solo album, 2011's undun, chronicled the rise and dramatic downfall of a middleman in the drug trade. On the forthcoming follow-up, the Philly representatives will shift focus to...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
8
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
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
9
Asher Roth
As corny and lame as it may be I love awful, cringe-worthy puns and a good play on words, so it's no wonder I'm a fan of the title of Asher Roth's latest single, Last of the Flohicans. Of course it's...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
10
Slim Thug
“What'cha know about slab spokes Pokin' Out?” Whether you're an expert or you have no damn idea what I'm talking about, chance are you'll learn a few new things from Slim Thug's latest...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
11
50 Cent
50 Cent has been dropping bangers left and right lately; In the last four weeks and change, he's blessed our pages with The Funeral, Hold On, Don't Worry Bout It and Pilot, all of which earned...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
12
Trae The Truth
It's been more than a month since Trae Tha Truth appeared on our pages with The Lox-assisted Reckless. If you were worried he might be on a hiatus, Breathe Easy, he has returned as gritty as ever. You...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
13
Nas
Next month, Nas will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of his epochal Illmatic LP with a digital re-release of the album. In addition to the 10 tracks that every hip-hop head knows and loves, this...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
14
2 Chainz
When someone says, "I could of, should of, would of," it means that something that could have been done, should have been done and would have been done... well, did not get done. Regardless of the...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
15
Big K.R.I.T.
It's Wednesday, and y'all know what that means: another fresh piece of content from Big K.R.I.T.. Follow-up to yesterday's Conscious Effort freestyle, which didn't make it onto our front page, the...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
16
Logic
When Logic stepped into the Booth with his last promo single, our own Lucas G. remarked that the Maryland repper had him feeling like Veruca Salt: he wanted the artist's Def Jam debut, and he wanted...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
17
A$AP Rocky
No big ticket movie release is complete until you've had a preview of the soundtrack. I mean, if the film doesn't feature quality music why even bother going, right?! Considering upcoming release The...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
18
Twista
Just the other day I was listening to his rapid-fire verse on Kanye's classic Slow Jamz and immediately I thought, "it's been a minute since I heard from Twista." Apparently, the Chicago emcee is also...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
19
Bas
Next Wednesday, I'm gonna be flying from NYC to Paris to visit friends and enjoy a little R&R. (Yes, that means you'll be deprived of my impeccable blurb stylings for a couple weeks.) Coincidentally,...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
20
Rick Ross
As Biggie put it on a standout off 1997's seminal Life After Death, “You're Nobody till somebody kills you.” Rick Ross may be alive and kicking, but he subscribes to the late NYC legend's...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z

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21
Drake
If you would, Booth readers, bow your heads for a brief moment of silence... OK, we're good. What were we solemnly commemorating just now? Drake's domination of the hip-hop game, of course. On a...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
22
Boosie BadAzz
Well, that sure didn't take very long. This July, the recently un-incarcerated Lil Boosie, who will now officially go by the stage name Boosie Badazz, will release his sixth studio album, the first as...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
23
Lupe Fiasco
Were you one of the hardcore Lupe Fiasco fans who heaved a sigh of disappointment at the straightforward, radio-ready style of last week's Snitches? Then Thorns & Horns is for you. A loosie released...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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