Club Hip Hop Songs Music Chart - November 09, 2013

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Kat Dahlia
Godzilla and Mothra may have given Tokyo a few bumps and bruises over the years, but they ain't got nothing on Kat Dahlia. On this freshly-minted loosie, the Cuban-American pop buzzmaker threatens...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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T-Pain
You know those weird dudes who show up to the strip club at noon and stick around till closing time? If T-Pain didn't have this music sh*t going on, that would be him. On a new single, the follow-up...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Pitbull
When Pitbull and Ke$ha come together on a track, you'd best get out of the way, 'cause “it's going down.” Fresh off lending his high-energy flow to Gary Caos's FCK earlier this month, the...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Mike WiLL Made It
Miley Cyrus's inaugural twerking attempt at the VMAs may have earned mixed (to put it charitably) reviews, but she's evidently unfazed by the negative feedback. On the highly-anticipated lead single...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
5
Problem
First featured, to lukewarm reader reviews, back in March, Problem's Like Whaaat has returned in officially remixed form. Whereas the original, a regional smash, boasted guest bars from fellow Cali...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
6
Sean Paul
Fresh off taking us to the Other Side of Love on a recent non-album promo single, dancehall hitmaker Sean Paul is back with another helping of musical Entertainment for his loyal fanbase. Unlike its...Read More
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7
Mavado
Last heard contributing guest vocals to French Montana's hit street single, F**k What Happen Tonight, Mavado returns to the solo hustle with freshly-minted promo cut Give It All to Me. On this catchy,...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
8
Wale
I must have the opposite of a dirty mind, because my first thought upon reading the title of Wale's latest feature was of The Clapper, the infomercial-shilled gadget that allows you to turn your light...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
9
Benny Benassi
This may be a historical first: a club banger about not wanting to dance. On the latest single and solo Booth debut from Italian EDM heavyweight Benny Benassi (previously featured alongside Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
10
Swizz Beatz
In 2010, DJ Khaled said, err, screamed Put Your Hands Up. More than a year later, 50 Cent went on to say the exact same thing. And, as you're probably well aware, this trend continued into 2012,...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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DJ Felli Fel
Whether valid or irrational, Debbie Downers will always find something to pick at. Instead of trying to silence the haters, though, DJ Felli Fel eggs them on with a cooked up remix to his single...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Kanye West
Three weeks after the release of his envelope-pushing seventh album, Kanye West has stuck to his guns on not releasing any singles off the set. As such, this freshly-released remix of Hold My Liquor,...Read More
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TROY NoKA
Troy NoKA is better known for dreamy, immersive electronic soundscapes than body-moving bangers, but lately friends have been prodding him to create something for the club. Not wanting to disappoint...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
14
Phive
Phive's last Booth feature, EP single Madiba, found frontman Afika Nxumalo paying lyrical tribute to Nelson Mandela and other political freedom fighters. The newly-released follow-up tackles a topic...Read More
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15
Flo Rida
Sometimes, Flo Rida gets a Good Feeling. This is evidently one of those times. On new single How I Feel, the Panhandle State hitmaker revisits the theme of his 2011 smash, describing his current...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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N.A.S.A.
Featured back in late March, Brazilian-American beat duo N.A.S.A.'s latest promo single, Hide, won reader praise for its refreshing new-old school vibe as well as for Aynzli Jones' unique vocal...Read More
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17
Tyga
There's no shortage of hip-hop records about getting wasted at the local spot, but few artists are willing to tackle the nasty aftermath of binge drinking. Seeing a niche that needs filling, YMCMB...Read More
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18
August Alsina
On August Alsina's last Booth feature, the official remix of the dancefloor-ready I Luv This Sh*t, the Def Jam crooner was clearly enjoying himself, but remained in more or less full control of his...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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G-Eazy
I know music is very subjective and everyone has his or her own tastes, but if you tell me you don’t like G-Eazy's latest jam, simply put, I Don’t Believe You. The upstart's style is so...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
20
Chris Webby
Update: We have added the Dan The Man-directed visuals for Chris Webby's Do Like Me. Some rappers shudder at the idea of young and impressionable listeners emulating their antisocial behavior. Chris...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard

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Juicy J
“Clap that ass, light a blunt, baby let's get ig'nant.” I don't know if it's possible to sum a rapper's work up in a single sentence, but Juicy J comes damn close in the opening verse of his...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Scoe
If there's one thing Scoe loves more than making money, it's spending it in the most ostentatious way imaginable. That's common knowledge to those who've been following the Philly repper's career over...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Azealia Banks
If automatic teller machines in the Virginia Beach area suddenly start sprouting “Out of Order” signs, you can blame it on Pharrell Williams. On the chorus of rising rhymesayer Azealia Banks's...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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