Top Hip Hop / R&B Songs Music Chart - September 25, 2011

September 26, 2011 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Drake
Last month, we were all treated to the first "official" single from Drake's forthcoming sophomore album. While the Boi-1da-produced Headlines certainly grabbed listeners attention, the song release...Read More
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2
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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3
The Weeknd
Update: Click "Watch Video" above to view the Abel Tesfaye-directed The Zone video. Mobile users can scroll down. Trilogy will be released via Universal Republic on November 13. Artists always...Read More
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4
J. Cole
In a world where seemingly everything is “highly anticipated,” we can truly say that J. Cole’s collaboration with his Roc Nation boss Jay-Z is highly anticipated. Ever since the NC rap protégé...Read More
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5
T-Pain
There are many different reasons why you might be awake at 5 O'clock in the morning, but none of them are pleasant--unless, that is, you're up to what T-Pain's up to on his latest single selection. A...Read More
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Lil Wayne
Prepare for the Carter IV buzz to reach critical mass in five, four, three, two... On She Will, single numero quatro off the long-awaited project, Lil Wayne recruits Drake for a meditation on a mutual...Read More
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Drake
A whirlwind of non-album songs from Drake hit the net in less than 24 hours, all of them seductive to the ear and, in true Drizzy fashion, open to debate. Aubrey Graham hasn’t come up with a...Read More
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8
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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9
Jay Sean
Triple-threat musician Ryan Leslie notably opened his 2008, hit record Diamond Girl by exclaiming "They tried to put me in a box." Since we know that Leslie is not a contortionist it is easy to deduce...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
Drake
Few artists have ever exploded onto the scene as quickly as Aubrey Graham. It was only two or three years ago when a buddy told me to check out this guy named Drake – So Far Gone dropped a few...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
David Banner
While some (cough, Lil B, cough) may prefer to believe that it will last forever, history tells us that the currently red hot “Swag” will soon join its brothers “bling” and “fo sho” in the...Read More
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14
Jason Derulo
Damn, a lot can change in a month; though Jason Derulo's last single, featured in early August, found him serenading a woman in hopes she'd become his "It Girl," the arrangement evidently didn't pan...Read More
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15
Lloyd
With 2010 smash F*ck You, Cee-Lo Green discovered that obscenity-laced tirades and vintage-soul-informed grooves went together as improbably well as french fries and ice cream (Try it—it's...Read More
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16
Mindless Behavior
They say that youth is wasted on the young, and now that I’m getting up there in years I know the saying’s true. Looking back, early years were nothing but good times – does it get any better...Read More
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17
Ace Hood
Though Ace Hood is best known for his bottomless well of motivation and uncompromising work ethic, the Panhandle State native does, on occasion, take his mind off the grind to enjoy some quality time...Read More
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18
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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19
DJ Khaled
Making a sharp turn from his usual club-ready sound (i.e. I’m on One), DJ Khaled enlists a few R&B power players for his newest single, Legendary. Keyshia Cole, Chris Brown, and Ne-Yo balance each...Read More
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