Top Hip Hop / R&B Songs Music Chart - November 16, 2013

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A$AP Rocky
To date, six of the 12 songs featured on ASAP Rocky's blockbuster major-label debut have been released as singles. Instead of digging deeper into the album proper for a follow-up to July's Fashion...Read More
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Curren$y
Produced by General Motors from 1968 to 1971, the Oldsmobile 442 is famous for the power under its hood—and its miserable gas mileage. Though others might balk at the cost of keeping its tank full,...Read More
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GunPlay
On Money to Blow, a 2009 collaboration with Birdman, Lil Wayne showed his romantically blunted side, boasting, “I got a big bouquet of Mary Jane's flowers.” Fast-forward four years, and that...Read More
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Eminem
The start of November usually means colder temperatures, rainy weather and an early sunset. This November, however, the start of the year's 11th month means the return of Eminem. Now, just three...Read More
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ScHoolboy Q
Sure, hip-hop is my forte, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t attended a few rock shows in my time. In fact, I am always one to jump into a mosh pit if the mood is right. After hearing ScHoolBoy...Read More
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Meek Mill
Fresh off lending his flow to Yo Gotti's F**k You, Meek Mill steps back into the spotlight with It's Me (I Be on That), a brand new single off his next mixtape. Though this whip-ready selection is, as...Read More
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Yo Gotti
Update: We have added visuals for Yo Gotti's Cold Blood single. Yo Gotti may be on his King Sh*t, but he paid a heavy price for the crown. On newly-released single Cold Blood, the Memphis...Read More
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Drake
Booth readers, meet the soundtrack to the rest of your summer. A month and change after unleashing The Motion, Drizzy returns to tear up the airwaves anew with All Me, single numéro trois off his...Read More
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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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Eminem
In 2010, Eminem recruited Rihanna to assist him on Love the Way You Lie. The record was an absolute smash, entering the US Billboard Hot 100 chart at #2 and eventually spending seven weeks at #1. It...Read More
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Bun B
When Bun B is involved with a cut, you just know it's gonna be straight Fire. The newly-released lead single off his fourth solo album is, of course, no exception to the rule. Here, Blackout...Read More
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Busta Rhymes
Counted your blessings lately? Yeah, me neither. If you need a little help coming up with sh*t to be grateful for, you can start by saying, “Thank You,” for Busta Rhymes's latest single. In a...Read More
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Pusha T
Because of the olfactory bulb's intimate connection with the parts of the brain governing emotion and associative learning, smell has the strongest connection to memory of the five senses. While pure...Read More
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T.I.
Fervently as some rappers may boast about rolling solo, a tightly-knit inner circle is practically a prerequisite for lasting success in the music industry. On his latest promotional single, released...Read More
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Kid Ink
Kid Ink impressed me with his Almost Home EP back in May, but now it's time for him to Show Me what he can do on a full-length project. Luckily, he is off to a good start on My Own Lane, a crisp,...Read More
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DJ Khaled
In today's hip-hop game, few can plausibly claim to have the sheer lyrical prowess of a Christopher Wallace or a Tupac Shakur. Implausible claims, on the other hand, are abound. Refreshingly, DJ...Read More
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B.o.B
Having primed the pump of fan anticipation with non-album loosie Missing, B.o.B. is Ready to get back down to the business of promoting his next full-length. On the second single off his junior set...Read More
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Jhené Aiko
In urban music, it's fashionable to boast of staying on one's grind while others are catching Z's, but let's be real—how many people would actually choose working over kicking back, if their...Read More
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Lady Gaga
Like most female celebrities, Lady Gaga has her appearance scrutinized on a constant basis, and her boldly unconventional behavior has only served to intensify the spotlight's glare. On new single Do...Read More
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Tyga
Not featured on the solo tip since August, when he rejoined forces with Rack City collaborator DJ Mustard on album inclusion Throw It Up, Tyga returns to our pages with the official lead single off...Read More
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Pusha T
Musically gifted as Pusha T may be, it's tough to imagine the coke-rap mainstay standing outside a woman's window, regaling her with a Sweet Serenade. Despite the incongruous imagery its title...Read More
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Afrojack
I'm not gonna lie: sometimes it feels weird as hell to sit in front of my desk at 11:00 AM on a weekday, listening to bass-booming club music. DJ Afrojack's latest single, The Spark, is one of those...Read More
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YG
If I were starting a hip-hop baseball squad, YG would be a serious candidate for My Hitta. Unorthodox spelling aside, the man provides a near guaranteed quality at-bat. His latest grand slam is...Read More
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