Rap Music Chart
Rap Chart - Beats, rhymes and nothing else - 20 rap songs to get your head-nodding. 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.
October 22, 2012 Chart Recap*With Joe Budden‘s “She Don’t Put It Down Like You” and Ludacris’ “Representin’” graduating to our Top Hip Hop and R&B chart, two new features, Young Jeezy‘s “Get Right” …...Read More
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 reduced sentences, and sucker...Read More
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
As if the involvement of one of the greatest beatsmiths to ever do it weren't enough to get hip-hop heads interested in the OST to RZA's upcoming feature-length directorial debut, the Wu Tang legend's enlisted none other than...Read More
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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
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Whether I'm framing a painting, attempting to cook, or doing my taxes, whenever I have a question that a quick Google...Read More
After diving head first into the music scene less than 6 years ago, Young Money's Rack City-residing golden boy Tyga has surely lived it up in the fast lane; so why would he want to Switch Lanes? The tatted-up emcee does just...Read More
Now that Big Sean's brand spanking new Detroit mixtape has had a little time to soak in everyone's ears, it should come as no surprise that there's quite a few cuts off the project that are receiving a hefty amount of...Read More
Xzibit's been a gangster since his formative years in the Motown streets, and he will continue to be such till the day that he dies. On Forever a G, a freshly-released standout off his soon-to-be-released seventh album, the...Read More
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 Beach mainstay's seen and...Read More
The massive buzz surrounding G.O.O.D. Music's forthcoming compilation confirms it: there ain't nobody in the game hotter than Kanye's motherf**kin' Clique. On the just-released follow-up to hit lead single Mercy, Yeezy...Read More
The Machine Gun Kelly army continues to pick up loyal soldiers as the march towards his debut album, Lace Up, continues. Following lead single Invincible, which MGK has essentially disavowed, the Cleveland kid delivers a new...Read More
The road to a new Lupe Fiasco album is never smooth, and sure enough the lead up to Lupe's upcoming Food & Liquor II album has been filled with more twists and turns then a Six Flags. But despite the controversies and...Read More
Last night, Kid CuDi Tweeted verbatim: “mark my words, INDICUD will be the greatest album ever made. Know that I'm not lying.” As unbelievable as the claim might seem, we can't dismiss the possibility out of hand--Just...Read More
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
After spending time with So Many Girls thanks to DJ Drama and friends earlier in the week, Maybach Music Group's most eloquent lyricist mellows things out just in time for the weekend on his new record The Arrival. Wale...Read More
I've got to say, I wish every week could be #TDEFamAppreciationWeek. In the past few days we've gotten new dopeness from the likes of Jay Rock (Yola), Ab-Soul (Nibiru) and ScHoolBoy Q (Party), and guess who just showed up to...Read More
Balling just ain't the same without a special someone with whom to share the fruits of your hustle. Thus, on single numero uno off his fourth full-length, Ace Hood makes a play for the heart of a potential Mrs. Hood, telling...Read More
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
Currently sitting at number on on the Booth's own Rap Chart, Compton was as much of an event as it was a record, featuring Kendrick Lamar trading bars with G-funk pioneer Dr. Dre over a beat whose vocoded flourishes seemed...Read More
Though Booth readers are always ready to offer sharp critiques of mainstream singles, Wiz Khalifa's Work Hard Play Hard, with its anthemic chorus, helium-voiced sample and self-congratulatory verses, was praised by our...Read More
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