DJBooth Chart Recap: Week of 01/29/2012
New York, N.Y. -- This week on The DJBooth's Top Hip Hop and R&B Chart, T.I.'s “Popped Off” and B.o.B's “Strange Clouds (Remix)” cede their spots in the top two to last week's third and sixth-place picks, Machine Gun Kelly's “Invincible” and Bobby Ray's “Play the Guitar.” Cypress Hill score the sole new addition to the lineup with Rusko-produced single “Roll It, Light It.”
On the Top Rap Chart, J. Cole's “Nobody's Perfect” and Tyga's “Faded” make the jump to our Top Picks, clearing the way for 8Ball & MJG‘s “We Buy Gold” (a former Top Pick) and 50 Cent‘s “I Just Wanna” (formerly 16th) to claim the top two. Debuting this week are cuts by Yelawolf and Tyga
On our Top R&B/Pop Chart, Drake's “Take Care” makes the jump to our Top Picks, and the former runner-up, Melanie Fiona's “Wrong Side of a Love Song,” is bumped up to first. Chris Brown's “Turn up the Music” claims second, debuting along with cuts by John Legend, Elle Varner, Bei Maejor and more.
On the Booth's Independent Hip-Hop Chart, Vinnie Paz' "Death Messiah 2012" and Yonas' Booth-premiered "Midnight City" debut on top, knocking Kid Ink's "Time of Your Life" and Hi-Rez' "X-Problems," respectively, to third and off the chart entirely. All in all, 17 new features earn spots in the lineup, including additional world premieres from The Cranberry Show and Knowledge Medina.
On the Top Albums Chart, Common's The Dreamer, The Believer maintains its hold on the top spot, followed by The Roots and Drake. The sole new addition to this week's charts is Gangrene's Vodka & Ayahuasca, which debuts at the number 9 slot.
Written by richard on 01/29/12
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