DJBooth Chart Recap: Week of 06/24/2012

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG New York, N.Y. -- This week on The DJBooth's Top Hip Hop and R&B Chart, Lil Wayne's “My Homies Still” comes in first for the third week running. Rick Ross' “Touch 'N You,” however, tumbles from second to fourth, with French Montana's”Pop That” rising from our Rap Chart to take its place. No new features debut among our top picks, but additional joints from Chris Brown, Maybach Music Group and Frank Ocean make the jump from our Rap and R&B/Pop Charts.

On our Top Rap Chart, the ascent of former front-runners French Montana (“Pop That”) and Maybach Music Group (“Power Circle”) to our Top Hip-Hop and R&B Chart clears the way for Wiz Khalifa's “Telescope” and Nas's “Accidental Murderers” to debut on top. Other new additions come courtesy of Big K.R.I.T. and Chiddy Bang, and records from The Throne and Wiz Khalifa tumble from our Top Picks to join the Rap Chart.

On the Top R&B/Pop Chart, Chris Brown's “What Your Girl Like” and Frank Ocean's “Pyramids” make the jump to our Top Hip-Hop and R&B Chart; taking their place are J. Holiday's “Sign My Name” and Breezy's “Oh Yeah” (formerly 13th). New features from Chris Rene, Pleasure P, MIKA and Nicki Minaj and more enter the chart this week.

On the DJBooth's Top Independent Hip Hop Chart, Brother Ali's "Stop the Press" and Vinnie Paz' "Cheesesteaks" debut on top this week, knocking last week's top two, Kid Ink's "No One Left" and Mac Miller's "Onaroll," to fourth and fifth. ll in all, nine fresh features earn a spot on the chart, among them a Booth-exclusive world premiere from Dunson.

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