Top Hip Hop / R&B Songs Music Chart - November 21, 2010

November 22, 2010 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Nicki Minaj
The building is cold and sterile. You slowly walk the white halls until you reach the common area where all the patients come to play. Some are Scrabble champs, others mindlessly drool at Small Wonder...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
2
J. Cole
If you climbed into bed last night giddy with the expectation of unwrapping a shiny new J. Cole mixtape In the Morning, you likely started the day on a disappointing note. And if you were one of the...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
3
Michael Jackson
Now, this is more like it. After listening to last week's Breaking News, Michael Jackson fans were left scratching their heads thinking “What is this? Is it even MJ? Why are they releasing this at...Read More
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4
Wiz Khalifa
I despise people who leak music. Sometimes a record is just meant to be heard and received in the way its creator intended. Therefore, when Pittsburgh star and DJBooth Freestyle Alum Wiz Khalifa’s...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
5
Rihanna
In normal circumstances, a healthy 22-year-old woman shouldn't have to worry about forgetting her own name – in fact it would be alarming in the extreme if that were to occur. When, you're Robyn...Read More
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6
Lupe Fiasco
Well, I guess I’m Beamin’ just never happened, huh? With all the internal bickering between Lupe Fiasco and Atlantic, I’m not surprised that this new record, The Show Goes On, is now being...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
7
Kanye West
Kanye West should start calling it G.O.O.D Saturday - not one track has come out on Friday since So Appalled. But that’s nitpicking when it comes to the series’ latest hurrah; on The Joy there is...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
8
Lil Wayne
With anticipation for his I’m Not a Human Being EP, dropping in September, beginning to build, Lil Wayne and Young Money protege Drizzy Drake drop a single sure to be a radio success like the 74,374...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
9
Tinie Tempah
Tinie Tempah... sounds like an angry dude, right? Nah – short fuse or no, it's pretty hard to be mad at the world when you've got a #1 hit and opening gigs with the likes of Jay-Z and Rihanna under...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
10
Lloyd
I know what you're thinking: “A new track from Lloyd, and it's titled Lay It Down? That's gotta be about getting it on.” Not so fast – in actuality, the R&B singer's first single as a Zone...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Jay Electronica
Humphrey Bogart would be proud. With red curtain cinema dipped in 1920's bravado, Roc Nation's newest member Jay Electronica gives his audience a tip of the hat with his latest release, Shiny Suit...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
12
Nelly
Wouldn't it be crazy if we all woke up tomorrow to find that we're still living in Nelly's early-2000s glory days, and everything we thought had happened since then was, in reality, Just a Dream? Hey,...Read More
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13
Rihanna
When Eminem dropped Recovery this past June, the world shook. While the album’s first single, Not Afraid, did beyond well, it was his controversial collaboration with Rihanna, Love the Way You Lie,...Read More
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Kanye West
Despite delays from the crew, G.O.O.D Friday (or Saturdays, whichever you prefer) has finally arrived, and while last week was a throwback to the days of soul samples and retrospective lyrics, this...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
15
T.I.
It's certainly been a busy week for T.I. Defusing a suicide attempt, being sentenced to an 11 month stay in jail, and now a new, incredibly appropriate new single. On Get Back Up, the Atlanta-bred...Read More
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16
Waka Flocka Flame
I know this may be a little hard to believe, but none other than Waka Flocka Flame, the king of o doin things, has never has a solo feature on the Booth. The closest he’s come, somewhat...Read More
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17
N*E*R*D
After the minimal pop-funk of Hot N Fun, the smoky rock grooves of Help Me Live, and the chill European sound of the Daft Punk-produced Hypnotize U, N.E.R.D. fans have undoubtedly been rubbing their...Read More
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18
Flo Rida
Like... well, just about everything the dude's released, new single Who Dat Girl sees Flo Rida overtaken by the charms of a beautiful woman. This time, however, the story's set not at the club, but at...Read More
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Jay Sean
“It's Like This and Like That and like this and uh!” More than 15 years after the release of Dre and Snoop's G-funk classic, I'm still not sure exactly what it was, or what it was being compared...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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