Drizzy & J. Cole Dominate the Booth's Top Picks Lineup

"Marvin's Room" replaces Weezy's "How to Love" on top; "Work Out" claims runner-up.
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New York, N.Y. -- This week on the Booth's

Top Hip Hop and R&B Chart

, former runner-up

Drake

pulls into first with "Marvin's Room," and

J. Cole

graduates from our Rap lineup to claim second with "Work Out." Last week's chart-topper,

Lil Wayne

's "How to Love," drops to #3.

Far East Movement

contribute the sole new addition to the lineup with freshly-released single "So What?"

View the full Top Hip Hop and R&B Chart!

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