Rap Songs Music Chart - October 09, 2011

October 10, 2011 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Jeezy
There are only two guarantees in life; death and taxes. Actually, make that three. When you're doing it as big as Young Jeezy and T.I., you're guaranteed to make "Fake Ass M*thaf**kas Envy." F.A.M.E.,...Read More
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Wale
In Eastern religions, the sacred lotus or padma has long been held up as a symbol of divine beauty, sexual purity and non-attachment to the external world, thanks to its ability to “float” above...Read More
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3
Big Sean
As strange as it may sound, the formerly omnipresent Nicki Minaj has been relatively scarce around these parts since the campaign for her smash Pink Friday album ended, and the same goes for Big Sean...Read More
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4
Common
This sounds about right. Nah, not the fact that Common is dropping his ninth studio album. No, not the fact that No. I.D. did the damn thing. But hearing something that sounds like a fleet of God-like...Read More
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Wale
Fresh off seducing pop-lovers' eardrums with R&B-informed single Lotus Flower Bomb, Wale returns with something a little harder-edged. On newly-leaked album inclusion Tats on My Arm, the D.C....Read More
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Plies
According to most rappers, enticing women into bed is something they'd have to wear a lead-lined codpiece in order not to do—such is their level of raw animal magnetism. Consistent with his...Read More
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7
Travis Porter
Previously heard spitting alongside Tyga on Ayy Ladies, Decatur crew Travis Porter take center stage on newly-leaked mixtape inclusion Slow Motion. Over a synth-sizzling beat by Pop n Oak,Ali, Quez...Read More
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Trey Songz
Though the line separating hip-hop and R&B has been blurred so much in recent years that it's actually more of a gray smudge, rappers metamorphosing into singers has been considerably more common than...Read More
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9
The Throne
“Prince Williams ain’t do it right, if you ask me. If I was him I would’ve married Kate and Ashley.” Since it’s now official that Ni**as in Paris is one of the two new singles from Watch The...Read More
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10
Travis Barker
Considering Travis Barker's solo debut dropped way back in March, those who have yet to pick up the project can be safely categorized as slowpokes. Fortunately, the latest single off the project...Read More
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11
Rick Ross
It's good to be the Bawse! One half of Rick Ross' newly-released dual single,You the Boss finds K.E. On the Track serving up a radio-ready synth backdrop as Ricky Rozay engages in a little flirtatious...Read More
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12
Diggy Simmons
Starting around the summer of 2010 our pages were flooded with new releases from Diggy Simmons as he made his introduction to the world. Since then, however, that flood has slowed to a drip for the...Read More
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13
k-os
Way back in August of 2010, k-os introduced himself to our pages with a joint expressing his unshakeable confidence that God would steer him in the right direction. One year later? Still keepin' the...Read More
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Bow Wow
I don’t think it’d be controversial to say that Shad Moss has struggled to make the transition from Lil Bow Wow to Bow Wow, from teen sensation to grown man emcee. I won’t lie and tell you I...Read More
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15
The Throne
Pumped-up, exhilarating and—of course—provocative, N*ggas in Paris won tremendous reader acclaim when it hit the Booth on the 13th. Let's not forget, however, that the same day as that juggernaut...Read More
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16
Wiz Khalifa
If you picked up your copy of Wiz Khalifa's major-label debut on iTunes, then you've already heard bonus cut Taylor Gang. If not, lace up your Chucks and get ready, because here's your chance....Read More
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17
Ja Rule
For those who haven't been following Ja Rule's legal struggles since last he stepped into the Booth, the Big Apple street vet's two-year prison sentence on drug and gun charges (begun on June 8) has...Read More
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18
Tinie Tempah
Back in May, Tinie Tempah ended his much-buzzed-about current single with the prophetic line: “I'll be doing this Till I'm Gone... but I won't be gone for too long.” True to his word, the UK...Read More
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DJ Drama
As they all say, real gentlemen (and ladies) never kiss and tell. On the latest single off DJ Drama's forthcoming solo set, J. Cole and Chris Brown assure female fans that they'll keep it Undercover,...Read More
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