Rap Songs Music Chart - September 15, 2013

September 16, 2013 Chart Recap*Last week’s top two......Read More

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Kid Ink
Kid Ink impressed me with his Almost Home EP back in May, but now it's time for him to Show Me what he can do on a full-length project. Luckily, he is off to a good start on My Own Lane, a crisp,...Read More
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Rick Ross
Like many emcees, Rick Ross occasionally refers to his business as the rap game. In the Maybach Music Group capo's case, however, that expression is a bit misleading; as he emphasizes on the...Read More
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3
Lupe Fiasco
Early last month, Lupe Fiasco took to Twitter to announce the September 11, release of something called Peace of Paper/Cup of Jayzus. Today, we finally learn what's behind that cryptic title: a dope...Read More
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4
Meek Mill
Fresh off lending his flow to Yo Gotti's F**k You, Meek Mill steps back into the spotlight with It's Me (I Be on That), a brand new single off his next mixtape. Though this whip-ready selection is, as...Read More
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Rockie Fresh
Anyone who thinks stoners are good-for-nothings who don’t do anything but eat old pizza while watching Simpsons reruns needs to take a look at Wiz Khalifa. The Pittsburgh native smokes like a...Read More
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Game
When Muhammad Ali squared off against George Foreman in 1974's Rumble in the Jungle, Congolese audience members cheered the former by shouting, “Ali Bomaye!”, meaning, “Ali, kill him!” in...Read More
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Big Sean
To quote a popular misquotation of the English playwright William Cosgrove, hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. Big Sean echoes that sentiment on new single Beware, speaking from experience on the...Read More
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8
Pusha T
For most, the maxim “Be all you can be,” serves as a reminder to always be striving for self-improvement. In Pusha T's case, it's the height of redundancy—after all, what could be better than...Read More
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9
J. Cole
Regardless of which album was your favorite of the season, you have to acknowledge the impact that both J. Cole and Wale have had on this action-packed summer of hip-hop. Despite heads' efforts to pit...Read More
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10
B.o.B
Currently hard at work on forthcoming full-length Underground Luxury, ATL hitmaker B.o.B. has unleashed a fresh loosie to tide fans over as they await further details. On Missing, Booth-fave Emerson...Read More
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Juicy J
When two rappers who love their weed as much as Juicy J and Wiz Khalifa collaborate on a record, you'd think the mellowing effects of THC would push violent themes into the background. Apparently...Read More
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12
King Chip
As someone who listens to rap music on a daily basis, I'm more or less desensitized to awkward, creepy and/or bizarre pickup lines. At least I thought I was, until I heard Kid CuDi tell a woman, “I...Read More
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Kanye West
More than a month after the release of his sixth studio album, Kanye West has finally deigned to unleash a single and video off the set. (New Slaves wasn't released in a form that could be featured in...Read More
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Future
Abraham Lincoln, George Washington and Future may seem like an incongruous trio, but they have at least one key trait in common: they're all Honest to a fault. Rather than candidly admitting his...Read More
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Bun B
When Bun B is involved with a cut, you just know it's gonna be straight Fire. The newly-released lead single off his fourth solo album is, of course, no exception to the rule. Here, Blackout...Read More
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16
Fabolous
If Fabolous were to write up a to-do list, there'd be only one item on it: “whatever I damn well please.” And he'd probably never get around to checking it off because, as a man who does whatever...Read More
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DJ Drama
Sick of people asking you to lay off the volume when you've got your speakers on blast? Try shouting, “Turn down 4 What?!” The concerned citizen will probably sputter something about noise...Read More
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18
ScHoolboy Q
As a result of his rising stature in the rap game, ScHoolboy Q's got a little extra change jingling in his pockets. And he knows exactly what he's going to invest it in: Collard Greens. Not the kind...Read More
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A$AP Ferg
After his election in March, Pope Francis made news by turning down much of the traditional finery, ditching the ermine cape and red loafers and downgrading the gold cross and papal ring to,...Read More
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DJ MoonDawg
Plenty of artists will swear up and down that you're going to love their next record, but DJ MoonDawg is one of the few willing to put money on it. In fact, not only would the Chi-town representative...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard

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21
Nas
On Let Nas Down, a standout cut off his freshly-minted sophomore set, J. Cole harked back to 2011, describing his reaction when his musical idol criticized Cole World lead single Work Out. As it turns...Read More
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Rick Ross
Sometimes, it makes sense for an artist to liberate one of his or her best records as a stand-alone release. A high-quality loosie never fails to leave fans hungry for more. The latest effort from...Read More
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Macklemore x Ryan Lewis
Given that Macklemore made a name (and a fortune) for himself by choosing quirky Thrift Shop clothes over designer brands, you'd expect the Seattle representative to make a similarly classic,...Read More
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