DJBooth Chart Recap: Week of 06/10/2012

Learn what's popping on the DJBooth music charts this week!
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New York, N.Y. -- This week on

The DJBooth


Top Hip Hop and R&B Chart


DJ Drama

's “We in This B*tch” and

Rick Ross

' “Touch 'N You” drop to fourth and seventh. Taking their place in the top two are

Lil Wayne

's “My Homies Still” (formerly #1 on our Rap Chart) and

Lupe Fiasco

's “Around My Way” (formerly third). No new features debut among our Top Picks, but further Rap and R&B/Pop chart graduates come courtesy of

Meek Mill






On our

Top Rap Chart

, the graduation of Lil Wayne's “My Homies Still” and Meek Mill's “Amen” to our Rap Chart clears the way for

Wiz Khalifa

's “Work Hard Play Hard” (a former Top Pick) and

The Throne

's “No Church in the Wild” to claim the top two.

G.O.O.D. Music

's “Mercy” resurfaces in 15th after a week away from our charts. Debuting this week are cuts by

Waka Flocka Flame


Hit Boy

and Curren$y.

On the

Top R&B/Pop Chart

, the ascent of Omarion's “Let's Talk” and


's “Late Nights” to our Top Hip Hop and R&B Chart allows

Jay Sean

's “I'm All Yours” to climb from third to claim first, and

Flo Rida

's “Run” to debut in second. Also new this week are cuts by Chris Brown,

Frank Ocean



. Formerly absent from the chart, Breezy's “Don't Wake Me Up” reemerges in 11th.

On the DJBooth's

Top Independent Hip Hop Chart


Mac Miller

's "On a Roll" debuts in first, knocking Childish Gambino's "Silk Pillow" to second. Last week's runner-up,

Josh Sallee

's "Saratoga," tumbles to fifth. All in all, 13 new records earn spots in the lineup, among them


jams from

Music Class




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