DJBooth Chart Recap: Week of 04/15/2012

Learn what's popping on <b>The DJBooth</b>'s music charts this week!
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Learn what's popping on <b>The DJBooth</b>'s music charts this week!

New York, N.Y. -- This week on

The DJBooth


Top Hip Hop and R&B Chart


G.O.O.D. Music

retain their grip on the top slot with collaborative single “Mercy.” The former runner-up,

2 Chainz

' “Like Me,” tumbles to fifth, clearing the way for

DJ Khaled

's “Take It to the Head” to climb from third to second. No new features earn spots among our Top Picks, but Rap and R&B/Pop Chart graduates come courtesy of

Kendrick Lamar



and more.

On our

Top Rap Chart


Kendrick Lamar

's "The Recipe" and

CyHi the Prynce

's "A-Town" make the jump to our Top Hip Hop and R&B lineup, clearing the way for


's “HYFR” and

David Banner

's “Californication” to debut in the top two. CyHi's


freestyle, “The Open Letter,” however, enters the chart in the fourth position.

On the

Top R&B/Pop Chart

, the graduation of


's “Go to the Mo” and

Chris Brown

's “Sweet Love” to our Top Hip Hop and R&B Chart clears the way for Breezy's own “Til I Die” and


's “Burning Up” to enter the lineup on top. Also debuting this week are cuts by




and The DJBooth newcomer,

Sean Fresh


On the DJBooth's

Top Independent Hip Hop Chart

, last week's top two,

Killer Mike

's “Don't Die” and

Childish Gambino

's “Eat Your Vegetables,” respectively drop off the chart entirely and fall to 10th. Two DJBooth exclusive world premieres,

Cisco Adler

's “Lemonade” and


' “One More Time,” debut in their place. All in all, 14 fresh records earn spots in the lineup, including an additional Booth-premiered joint by


(“The Roll Up,” in 19th).