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19th July Hip Hop Songs And Albums

Posted on July 14, 2008 by

  
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Albums

Lil Wayne's The Carter III dominates the chart once again, despite four new entries into the top 10, most notably from G-Unit, who debut at two as they look to Terminate on Sight, which may be what is required to knock Wayne off the top. Three 6 Mafia are Last 2 Walk at four, after slipping two slots. Five and six host a further two new entries from Jim Jones & Byrd Gang, and Tech N9ne, respectively. C-Murder is left Screamin' for Vengeance as his album enters the chart in ninth, allowing Blood Raw to complete the top ten this week.


Singles

In contrast, the singles chart this week remains very much unshaken, with no new entries and the top four tracks all retaining their positions. Lil Wayne's Lollipop increases its reign to 16 weeks and his other track, Got Money climbs seven positions to five, largely due to the popularity of his album. Rick Ross slips four positions to nine whilst V.I.C. continues to Get Silly, though he is in danger of slipping from the top 10 next week.


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Top Hip Hop Albums

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1. Lil Wayne
Tha Carter III

2. G-Unit
T.O.S. (Terminate on Sight)

3. Plies
Definition of Real

4. Three 6 Mafia
Last 2 Walk

5. Jim Jones and Byrd Gang
M.O.B.: The Album

6. Tech N9ne
Killer

7. Rick Ross
Trilla

8. Bun B
II Trill

9. C-Murder
Screamin' for Vengeance

10. Blood Raw
CTE Presents: My Life: The True Testimony



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Top Hip Hop Songs

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1. Lil Wayne Featuring Static Major
Lollipop

2. Plies Featuring Ne-Yo
Bust It Baby Part 2

3. Lil Wayne
A Milli

4. David Banner Featuring Chris Brown
Get Like Me

5. Lil Wayne ft T-Pain
Got Money

6. Kardinal Offishall Featuring Akon
Dangerous

7. Young Jeezy Featuring Kanye West
Put On

8. Three 6 Mafia Featuring Project Pat, Young D & Superpower
Lolli Lolli (Pop That Body)

9. Rick Ross Featuring T-Pain
The Boss

10. V.I.C.
Get Silly

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