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Weezy & Gotti Debut Atop Booth Rap Chart

"She Will" and "Single" enter the lineup on top, replacing graduating cuts by Drake and Yela.
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New York, N.Y. -- This week on the Booth's

Top Rap Chart

,

Drake

's "Headlines" and

Yelawolf

's "Hard White (In the Club)" graduate to our Top Picks lineup; debuting in their place are

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