Top Hip Hop / R&B Songs Music Chart - November 18, 2012

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A$AP Rocky
Relax ladies, you can put away the Viagra. A$AP Rocky doesn't have a problem f**king, he's got a Fu**king Problem. On the latest single from his RCA debut, the young Harlemite returns to let the world...Read More
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Big Boi
Big Boi and Andre 3000 essentially invented the art of genre-bending back in the Outkast days, so it's only fitting that the ATL legend would continue to push sonic boundaries on his new single Lines....Read More
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Big Sean
As one of G.O.O.D Music's most stand out artists, I'm sure the GUAP is very much plentiful for Detroit emcee Big Sean, who lets this be known on the lead single his forthcoming album. Upon first...Read More
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Kendrick Lamar
The Recipe and Swimming Pools (Drank) were singles; Kendrick Lamar's latest, on the other hand, feels like an event. The latest release off the Top Dawg fast-riser's highly-anticipated debut set is a...Read More
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T.I.
Update: Click "Watch Video" above to view the Ball video. Mobile users can scroll down. With a title like “Trouble Man," it's no wonder T.I.'s forthcoming full-length has hit a few bumps on its...Read More
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Joe Budden
Joe Budden has a reputation for messy public breakups, but that doesn't mean he doesn't cherish memories of the good times he and his exes enjoyed together—particularly when those good times...Read More
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Meek Mill
Just a few short years ago, Meek Mill was just another urban denizen, pursuing his dreams of hip-hop superstardom against the struggle-filled backdrop of the Philly streets. Now, he looks out at those...Read More
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Wiz Khalifa
On Wiz Khalifa's newest single, Remember You, the Pittsburgh emcee recruits Canadian crooner The Weeknd, who yearns for remembrance on the song's hook. With such a unique collaboration the duo will...Read More
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DJ Drama
I'm no mind-reader, but something tells me that having So Many Girls might not necessarily be a problem for the hip-hop quartet that is DJ Drama, Wale, Tyga, and Roscoe Dash. On Girls, which is a...Read More
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Lil Twist
Not glimpsed on our pages since last November, when he made his solo debut with the Busta Rhymes-assisted Turn't Up, Lil Twist steps back in the spotlight with the release of a brand new promo single....Read More
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Ludacris
Sometimes when you want something done the right way you need call an expert. Pipe sprung a leak? Call a plumber. Car won’t start? Grab a mechanic. In the event you should need a club banger to keep...Read More
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J. Cole
Whether its spending a ridiculous amount of money on his jewels or goofing off in school, North Carolina rhyme slinger J. Cole isn't afraid to let it be known that he can act just as much a fool as...Read More
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DJ Drama
For every trap denizen who makes it out, there's at least one who lost their life trying to hustle their way to a better life. Coming on the heels of My Moment and We in This B*tch 1.5, the third...Read More
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Bruno Mars
Young Girls are crazy for Bruno Mars and, as it turns out, the pop heavyweight has a weakness for them as well. Assuming the girls in question are of age, you'd think it'd be a match made in...Read More
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Ne-Yo
Women love Ne-Yo because he represents a species perceived to be endangered in this day and age: namely, the gentleman. As a paragon of chivalry and elegance, however, he demands a woman of equally...Read More
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Jeezy
Young Jeezy is hardly a paragon of traditional values but, when he looks at the behavior of those around him, he just has to shake his head. Sick of seeing longtime homies turn on one another for...Read More
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Pusha T
What doesn't kill you may not, as Friedrich Nietzsche and Kelly Clarkson claimed, necessarily make you stronger, but it certainly seems to have worked out that way for Pusha T. After all the Virginia...Read More
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Ice Cube
When Ice Cube entered the rap game in the '80s, he knew the American (or should that be Amerikkan?) social, economic and justice systems were rotten to the core, and the intervening years have only...Read More
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Lil Wayne
They say mo' money means more problems, but Lil Wayne isn't stressing. In fact, according to his latest feature, the YMCMB mogul's got No Worries whatsoever. A Dedication 4 inclusion that's been...Read More
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Brandy
With the success of Brandy's lead Two Eleven single, Put It Down featuring Chris Brown, it was really only a matter of time before the songstress recruited a pair of hip-hop (growing) heavyweights for...Read More
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