Rap Songs Music Chart - May 05, 2013

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1
J. Cole
According to Al Gore and just about every climate scientist not on the GOP's payroll, man-made pollution has caused temperatures to rise all over the globe. That theory, however, may run into a...Read More
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2
Jay Z
A Little Party Never Hurt Nobody, the last single off the official soundtrack to The Great Gatsby, met an ambivalent reception in The DJBooth; the combination of 1920s jazz and contemporary club music...Read More
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3
Lloyd Banks
Back in February, Lloyd Banks kicked off promotion for his forthcoming, DJ Drama-hosted street album with Follow the Leader, a street-ready selection which earned favorable reviews from our...Read More
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4
Jeezy
It's a (late) Easter miracle! Having killed the club on mixtape single R.I.P., Young Jeezy has resurrected it in order to slaughter it once again on the official remix. In keeping with the Biblical...Read More
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5
Drake
Early this morning, before most of us had rolled out of bed—or into bed, if you happen to be a night owl--Drake quietly unleashed a new record via his official site. 5AM in Toronto is an unofficial...Read More
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6
Juicy J
You ever have One of Those Nights? You know, the kind of night where you hit the club with The Weeknd, pop a few bottles of expensive champagne, and go home with someone else's S.O.? Yeah, me...Read More
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7
Pusha T
In the immortal words of Ice Cube, today is a good day. First Jay comes out of nowhere with Open Letter, then Kanye feels so inspired by Hov he decides to drop a Pusha T joint he had stored away in...Read More
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8
Ludacris
Through Ludacris has long been regarded as a dark horse contender for best rapper alive, the so-so quality of recent material has led some (including our own Nathan S.) to speculate the he may...Read More
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9
B.o.B
When it came time to commission a theme song for upcoming shooter game Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel, Electronic Arts wasn't about to settle for just one big-name artist. No, it had to be Double or...Read More
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10
Snoop Lion
Spring is a time for renewal and fresh new beginnings. The Earth awakens from its wintry slumber and life springs forth anew to begin the cycle all over again. As many of you know, Snoop Dogg became a...Read More
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11
50 Cent
This past July, 50 Cent released New Day, a beefed-up Alicia Keys single that featured additional accompaniment from Dr. Dre. Despite Curtis' powerful collaborators and his longtime track record, the...Read More
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12
Birdman
Are you a fan of mixed martial arts? What a coincidence—so are Birdman and his Rich Gang posse. But their house rules are a little different than those most of us are familiar with. For example,...Read More
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13
Vado
Those who prefer the underground scene might see the laundry list of heavy-hitters on this cut and think to themselves, Don’t Make Me Do It. They would be remiss, however, because while Vado’s...Read More
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14
Lil Wayne
Evidently, Weezy F. Baby's made it his mission accentuate the positive in 2013. Having gotten a head start with the New Year's Eve release of (new) album lead single B**ches Like Me, theYMCMB...Read More
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15
A$AP Rocky
Quick: list off seven of the hottest new emcees to emerge in the last few years. If you're anywhere near my wavelength, your list will look a lot like the lineup of A$AP Rocky's latest single....Read More
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16
Wiz Khalifa
Wiz Khalifa's worked his ass off to get to where he is today, but still, even he has to be surprised at the short time it's taken him to grow from a hungry rap buzzmaker to (as Nathan S. observed in...Read More
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17
J. Cole
While all artists appreciate their fans, J. Cole really loves them. How else can you interpret the Valentine's Day release of the latest Born Sinner singler, other than as a present? On second...Read More
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18
Future
As Future prepares to showcase his (figurative) directorial chops on his next street release, fans may be wondering: what genre will F.B.G.: The Movie fall into? Well, If the Epic Records rhymesayer...Read More
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19
Game
On the lead single off his critically and Booth-acclaimed new album, Game recruited four of his most eminent musical colleagues for a Celebration of the things that make his day-to-day existence dope...Read More
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20
King Los
At first glance, the title of Los' latest single doesn't seem to bode well for the record's quality. However, "Disappointed" refers not to listeners' likely reaction to the cut, but to the Baltimore...Read More
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21
Fat Joe
“Dribble, dribble shoot—swish!” That's the sound of Fat Joe and his crew Ballin'. Fresh off celebrating the opulence of his lifestyle on February's Ceilings to the Sky, the Bronx vet continues...Read More
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22
Talib Kweli
Fresh off garnering positive reader reviews for last week's High Life, Talib Kweli is already back on our pages with another fresh cut off his forthcoming full-length. The science-fictional imagery...Read More
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23
Wyclef Jean
Whenever I get into my car, I plug in my iPod as quickly as possible, as I refuse to listen to the radio. On the off chance I do check out a hip-hop station, I am invariably disappointed; like Wyclef,...Read More
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