Weezy's "John" Debuts Atop our Rap Lineup

Wayne's latest <i>Carter IV</i> single knocks Game to second
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New York, N.Y. --

Lil Wayne

's latest single selection, the

Rick Ross

-assisted "John," makes a big impression this week, unseating former front-runner

Game

in first. "Red Nation" hangs on at #2. New features debut from

Snoop

,

Cham

and

Pusha

.

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