Top Hip Hop / R&B Music Chart


Top Hip Hop / R&B Chart - The 20 best-of-the-best songs on The DJBooth, from any genre. Created by combining how many times the song has been played with your ratings, DJBooth's charts help turn today's brand new music into tomorrow's hit records.


November 26, 2012 Chart Recap*A$AP Rocky comes in first for the third week running with “F*ckin’ Problems.” Big Sean‘s “Guap” rises from third to claim the runner-up position, knocking Big Boi‘s “Lines” to …...Read More


A$AP Rocky

#1 - A$AP Rocky ft. Drake, 2 Chainz & Kendrick Lamar - F*ckin' Problems

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 know that for all its...Read More

Big Sean

#2 - Big Sean - Guap

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 listen of GUAP, you might find...Read More

T.I.

#3 - T.I. ft. Lil Wayne - Ball

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 road to release. Now that...Read More

Big Boi

#4 - Big Boi ft. A$AP Rocky & Phantogram - Lines

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. For the beat long time...Read More

Kid CuDi

#5 - Kid Cudi ft. King Chip - Just What I Am

Update: Click "Watch Video" above to view the Just What I Am video. Mobile users can scroll down. Late last month, Kid Cudi reappeared on hip-hop's radar as he rode around with Hit-Boy in his Old School Caddy and now the...Read More

Kendrick Lamar

#6 - Kendrick Lamar - The Jig Is Up (Dump'n)

A week after the release of debut set and album-of-the-year front-runner good kid, m.A.A.d. city, I'm still in the process of digesting its eclectic soundscapes and intricate narrative concepts. For those whose metabolism...Read More

Joe Budden

#7 - Joe Budden ft. Lil Wayne & Tank - She Don't Put It Down Like You

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 happened to take place in the...Read More

Kendrick Lamar

#8 - Kendrick Lamar ft. Dr. Dre - Compton

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 musical...Read More

Wiz Khalifa

#9 - Wiz Khalifa ft. The Weeknd - Remember You

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 indeed likely be shown...Read More

Meek Mill

#10 - Meek Mill ft. John Legend, Nas & Rick Ross - Maybach Curtains

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 same city blocks from...Read More

J. Cole

#11 - J. Cole - Miss America

Last week J. Cole announced that his highly-anticipated sophomore album, Born Sinner, would be dropping in January, and the Roc Nation protege hasn't wasted any time giving fans a first taste of what he has in store for us....Read More

Ludacris

#12 - Ludacris ft. Usher & David Guetta - Rest Of My Life

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 the party going, who...Read More

Lil Twist

#13 - Lil Twist ft. Lil Wayne & Chris Brown - Flowerz

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. Here, diplo and DJA's...Read More

DJ Drama

#14 - DJ Drama ft. Wale, Tyga, & Roscoe Dash - So Many Girls

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 stand out selection and...Read More

Fat Joe

#15 - Fat Joe ft. Lil Wayne, French Montana & A$AP Rocky - Yellow Tape

Caution: you are about to enter a hip-hop crime scene. Witnesses say that they saw a heavyset rapper of Latino descent assaulting a helpless beat with the help of three fellow emcees. But don't take their word for it--dip...Read More

Nicki Minaj

#16 - Nicki Minaj - Freedom

Nicki Minaj isn't typically regarded as a progressive leader but, in addition to paving the way for a new generation of female hip-hop artists, she's broken down a few walls I didn't even realize existed: before she hit the...Read More

Rick Ross

#17 - Rick Ross ft. GunPlay, French Montana, Yo Gotti & Lil Wayne - Hold Me Back (Remix)

Yesterday, in a decisive victory over GOP candidate Mitt Romney, Barack Obama was elected to a second term as President on the United States. Ballin' on the haters just isn't the same without a suitably fly musical...Read More

J. Cole

#18 - J. Cole - I'm A Fool

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 anyone else, which is...Read More

Ke$ha

#19 - Ke$ha ft. Juicy J, Wiz Khalifa & Becky G - Die Young (Remix)

Originally released to Billboard-smashing success back in September, Ke$ha's latest single has received the official remix treatment, with the help of a few prominent hip-hoppers who share her taste for fast living. On this...Read More

Ne-Yo

#20 - Ne-Yo ft. Wiz Khalifa - Don't Make Em Like You

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 rare class and...Read More

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