Welcome to the Booth's Top Rap Chart! As always, your feedback has determined which songs made the cut. Each chart’s lineup is calculated using a special DJBooth Formula that takes into account member ratings and reviews as well as features’ overall popularity.
*Obie Trice retains the top spot with "Richard," but the former runner-up, Nas' "The Don," graduates to our Top Hip Hop and R&B Chart. Taking the latter's place in second is a new feature, DJ Khaled's "Take It to the Head."
*Debuting along with Khaled's cut, E-40's "Catch a Fade," David Banner's "Let Me In," Swizz Beatz' "Street Knock," Yo Gotti's "I Got That Sack," Meek Mill's "I'm Rollin," Iggy Azalea's "Murda Business" and Plies' "We Are Trayvon." take third, fourth, ninth, 10th, 13th, 15th and 16th.
*Down from our Top Hip Hop and R&B Chart, Busta Rhymes' "Why Stop Now (Remix)" and J. Cole's "Grew Up Fast" land in fifth and sixth.
*Edged out by the new additions, MGK's "Warning Shot," Game's "The City," Young Jeezy's "Leave You Alone," DMX's "I Don't Dance," Rick Ross' "High Definition" and Trae The Truth's "I'm On 2.0" make their exit from the chart.