Rap Songs Music Chart - October 30, 2011

October 31, 2011 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Ludacris
Like many hip-hop fans, I was shocked to watch Ludacris’ not-quite-as-stellar-as-hoped BET Cypher. Watching one of the most consistent rappers of the last decade not destroy a verse was like...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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Fat Joe
While Fat Joe's 2011 diet and exercise regimen has yielded such impressive results (seriously, Google the pics) that I'm declaring a personal moratorium on weight-related wisecracks, the man has...Read More
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Jeezy
No, you're not dreaming--Young Jeezy has received an honest-to-God release date for his senior set. And, as if that wasn't dope enough, the CTE general's celebrating the occasion with a fresh street...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
4
Diggy Simmons
Update: Click "Listen Now" above to watch Diggy's "Do It Like You" video. Ah, young love.... On Do It Like You, the latest single off his Atlantic Records debut, rap wunderkind Diggy Simmons laces a...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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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
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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Wale
With the release of his sophomore set just around the corner, Wale has stepped into the Booth with another fresh leak off the project. On Slight Work, the Washington, D.C. heavyweight and G.O.O.D....Read More
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7
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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8
Rick Ross
Though the title of Rick Ross' fifth studio album suggests a veiled threat, the twin singles he unleashed upon the Internet yesterday were more amorously focused: You're the Boss saw Young Money...Read More
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9
Pusha T
We’re a long way from Pusha T rhyming over Neptunes beats as a part of the Clipse. Case in point, today’s release What Dreams Are Made Of, a cut that sounds much more Lex Luger-ish than Hell Hath...Read More
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10
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
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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The Roots
Can I belatedly put “Hear a Roots and Big K.R.I.T. collaboration” on my bucket list just so I can cross it off? Frankly the thought of the legendary Philly crew and the Meridian, Miss. representer...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
12
Birdman
When you're doing it as big as Birdman, it's inevitable that you'll leave a few people steamed; on the latest single off his fifth studio album, the Cash Money head honcho considerately asks the...Read More
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Common
If you happen to run into Common in the street, think twice before shaking his hand—the man's so hot right now, your skin would probably blister on contact. Though listeners have barely had a chance...Read More
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14
J. Cole
North Carolina's homegrown talent J. Cole might just be the Sidney Crosby of the rap game. Before he laced up his skates for his first NHL game Crosby was dubbed "The Next One," drawing comparisons to...Read More
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15
Wale
Though Wale's previous single, Chain Music won respectable reader reviews when it hit our frontpage back in the beginning of September, there were those who weren't digging its flashy, street-oriented...Read More
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16
Nelly
You can take the rapper out of the country, but you can't take the country out of the rapper. His first release since dropping Nelly 5.0, new promo single Country Azz N*gga finds the St. Louis...Read More
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Big K.R.I.T.
No reason to panic people, sit down, take a deep breath. Yes, I know Big K.R.I.T.’s debut album Live From the Underground has been pushed all the way back to 2012, but no need to go take a bath with...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
18
Nas
Remember how, whenever Will Smith starred in a high-budget popcorn movie, he used to drop a single in which he basically summarized the film's premise—complete with a chorus repeating its title ad...Read More
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Slaughterhouse
"Ask your friends who's The Illest" and, if your friends are serious hip-hop heads, you can bet that the flamespitters who make up lyrical supergroup Slaughterhouse will factor in. On this new,...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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