Drizzy Joins Kanye & Hova Atop Booth Top Picks Chart

"Otis" retains first, followed by former Rap Chart-topper "Headlines."
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New York, N.Y. -- This week on the Booth<'s

Top Hip Hop and R&B Chart

, returning champs

Kanye West & Jay-Z

are joined atop the lineup by

Drake<

, who grabs second with

Take Care

single "Headlines." No new features earn spots in the running, but cuts by

Yelawolf

,

Chris Brown

and more make the leap from last week's Rap and R&B/Pop Charts.

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

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