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Tech N9ne's "F*ck Food" Debuts Atop Booth Rap Chart; Em & Royce Claim Second

J. Cole & Big Sean graduate to our Top Picks, clearing the way for Tech N9ne & Bad Meets Evil to claim the top two.

New York, N.Y. -- This week on the Booth's

Top Rap Chart

, former front-runners

J. Cole

("Return of Simba") and

Big Sean

("What Goes Around") ascend to our Top Hip Hop and R&B lineup; taking their place are

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Tech N9ne



-assisted "F*ck Food," a new feature, and the former third-place pick,

Bad Meets Evil

's "I'm on Everything." Other new additions come courtesy of


and Bad Meets Evil.

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