Top 20 Rap Songs Chart (July 21, 2014)

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Billboard who? Everybody knows that the only charts that really matter are the DJBooth Top 20s. You can always find out which songs were the week’s most popular, but why only use those eyes when you’ve also got those beautiful ears. Now, you can hear which songs are burning up The DJBooth with the playlist version of our Top 20 Rap Chart. We’re talking beats, rhymes and nothing else, and as an added bonus, we’ve included two “Next Up” tracks that just missed making the Top 20. This week Scarface takes the top spot (with a little help from Akon) and is followed closely by DJ Infamous’ Southern anthem, and a solo effort from Game.

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