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26th July Hip Hop Charts Albums And Singles

Posted on July 22, 2008 by

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Lil Wayne makes it 6 weeks in a row at number one, with G-Unit holding onto the number two position, and Plies retaining third. Rick Ross' Trilla rises two to fifth, and there is a new entry at number nine, courtesy of Killer Mike and Grime Time Official, as he Pledges Allegiance to the Grind.


Lil Wayne is absolutely dominating the Hip Hop charts lately, and he has cemented that fact. His single, A Milli has risen back to take the number one slot, whilst Lollipop, one of the most successful records of the year so far, slips to third, after 16 weeks on top of the pile. Plies remains at number two, splitting the Wayne singles, whilst Hot Stylz re-emerges into the top 10, re-visiting at number nine. Vic is getting increasingly more Silly in tenth once more.


Top Hip Hop Albums


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. Rick Ross

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

7. Tech N9ne

8. Bun B
II Trill

9. Killer Mike
I Pledge Allegiance to the Grind II

10. C-Murder
Screamin' for Vengeance


Top Hip Hop Songs


1. Lil Wayne
A Milli

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

3. Lil Wayne Featuring Static Major

4. David Banner Featuring Chris Brown
Get like Me

5. Lil Wayne ft T-Pain
Got Money

6. Young Jeezy Featuring Kanye West
Put On

7. Kardinal Offishall Featuring Akon

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

9. Hot Stylz featuring Yung Joc
Lookin Boy

10. V.I.C.
Get Silly

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