Rap Songs Music Chart - November 07, 2010

November 8, 2010 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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David Banner
Let me get this straight: David Banner, 9th Wonder, Ludacris and Marsha Ambrosius on the same song? Excuse my enthusiastic language, but let me talk my s**t - I f**king love this record. Taking a...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
2
Kardinal Offishall
It’s a tired story, but in the case of Kardinal Offishall it’s a true one. The Toronto native was an underground emcee with a vicious flow, but ever since going major with Konvict Music those...Read More
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3
Wiz Khalifa
The Khalifa man is back: while embarking on his “highly” anticipated Waken Baken tour, Pittsburgh’s Wiz Khalifa hasn’t forgot about the fans that took his buzz from the laptops to the top of...Read More
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4
Swizz Beatz
Ok, fine. So today’s not technically a Monsta Monday. So we’re a little late jumping on the latest edition of Swizz Beatz’ weekly music series (see last week’s effort DJ Play the Beat). So...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
5
Lloyd Banks
There’s no doubt that Lloyd Banks had a hit with his first single, Beamer, Benz or Bentley, so how can he top that huge rider? Well, the addition of a Good Friday-esque line-up consisting of Kanye...Read More
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6
Talib Kweli
I remember the first time I heard Talib Kweli. It was my freshman year of high school, and as my mom would drive me to school I’d insist on listening to Get By over and over again. After maturing (a...Read More
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7
Bow Wow
Who is Shad Moss? A lot of fans are asking themselves that very question. After exploding onto the scene as a young rapper, Bow Wow has largely struggled to make the transition to adulthood, even...Read More
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8
Kanye West
Since today is the start of the NBA season, let’s compare G.O.O.D. Music’s BET Cypher to the Los Angeles Lakers. With DJ Premier (Phil Jackson) leading the way on the one and twos, the first up is...Read More
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9
Common
Certain combos are guaranteed winners: Milk and cereal. Warm weather and beaches. Common and No I.D. The renowned emcee and producer have paired up once again as a part of Gatorade’s Replay...Read More
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10
Kanye West
Call me crazy, but I think Kanye West may finally have learned to let go; on his latest G.O.O.D. Fridays leak, the hip-hop megastar takes a new approach to the familiar breakup theme, telling the girl...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
11
Lil Scrappy
The title of Lil Scrappy's latest promo single, Look at Me, presented by Mixpak Records, might make it sound like ATL emcee is simply begging for attention, but don't be deceived... he really is...Read More
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12
Slim Thug
When the Houston resurgence happened in the mid-2000s, one H-Town representative didn’t get the shine he was due – Slim Thug. Still chasing the recognition he deserves, the Boss of All Bosses is...Read More
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13
Lupe Fiasco
As Mohandas Gandhi once said, “A small body of determined spirits fired by an unquenchable faith in their mission can alter the course of history finally get Lasers a freaking release date.”...Read More
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Kanye West
People go to the zoo because it’s always cool to see ferocious beasts in close proximity, and the line-up on this Jay-Z and Kanye cut Monster – from their upcoming, currently unscheduled collab...Read More
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15
Drake
“Oh, you fancy huh?” Drizzy and Swizzy (see what I did there?) team up with Mary J. Blige to reiterate their affinity for stylish women on this remix of Fancy, first heard on Drake's debut Thank...Read More
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16
Kanye West
While Taylor Swift was being immature Sunday night, singing about Kanye being immature, Kanye did the opposite, acknowledging his immaturity on his new song, Runaway. (Follow that?) On the MTV VMAs...Read More
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17
Kid CuDi
There are certain makeovers that hip-hop just will not accept from artists (please, leave your Weezy-Rock comments at the door). Strangely enough, the industry seems to be content with claiming Kid...Read More
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18
Curren$y
I can’t say this for most songs I’ve reviewed, but I’m honored to have heard this song live. During the New York City stop on his Smoker’s Club tour with Smoke DZA and Big K.R.I.T, Curren$y...Read More
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Drake
If the hype is to be believed, Drake’s debut album Thank Me Later will sell approximately eleven billion copies, cure cancer and reverse global warming when it’s released. Well, I’ll be damned...Read More
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