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This week's top releases feature the laundry list of hip-hop topics, from turning rags to riches to shuttin' down hoes to getting the good good to….church? Common, Vince Staples and the old school ladies of Destiny's Child have made religion a common theme in this week's selection, but don't let that sway you from the classic remixes and tales of money, liquor and sex.
- Drake - 0 to 100
As expected, the latest from Drake top's this week's downloads.
- Iggy Azalea - Fancy TRST Remix
Iggy Azalea's "Fancy" has its fair share of remixes, but the newest version, thanks to EDM producer and DJ, TRST classifies as a remix only in the sense that it borrows Iggy's line "Drop it low and pick it up just like this."
- DJ TeeOh & Lil Jon ft TI, Future, & Too Short - Turn Down 4 What Remix
Lil Jon's "Turn Down for What" is topping charts all over the place, even with his colleagues apparently, as they've created yet another remix to the shout-rappers popular tune.
- Mack Wilds ft French Montana, Mobb Deep & Busta Rhymes - Henny Remix
Busta Rhymes, Mobb Deep and French Montana join Mack Wilds on his proclamation that, while he most likely loves to drink Hennessy, he's smoother than the popular club drink, which is no easy feat.
- Maino ft Mack Wilds - All About You
Seeing the "same hoes" everywhere he goes is finally getting to Maino, and he's enlisted the help of Mack Wilds to let these ladies know he's tired of it being "All About You."
- 50 Cent - Animal Ambition
Animals know and go straight for exactly what they want and need to survive, and 50 Cent's got the same game in "Animal Ambition." "You should be very afraid."
- Michelle Williams ft Beyonce & Kelly Rowland - Say Yes
Three of the most memorable musical group voices from the 90's brought back together over a superficially simplistic beat to tell the world that "When Jesus say yes, nobody can say no."
- Spesh ft Kool G Rap - The Meeting
38 Spesh's "The Meeting," featuring Kool G Rap could go several ways with a name like that, but he chooses the hustler's life, and in this track a meeting is something you may not want.
- Common ft Vince Staples - Kingdom
Common's "Kingdom" featuring Vince Staples is absolutely a hip-hop testament, but it could just as easily find its way into a church, albeit for hard knocks.
- R Kelly - Every Position
As we've come to know, expect and possibly love about R. Kelly, "Every Position" is filled with allusions to what he likes to do in the bedroom, from stripper moves to his apparent affinity for French kissing down under and "Aquafina wet" girls.