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2nd July 2009 Hip Hop Albums And Singles Charts

Posted on July 22, 2009 by

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Eminem's status at number 1 shows no sign of a Relapse, as he continues to set the pace at the top of the album chart. Maino settles for second place, whilst Ace Hood remains Ruthless in third. The Alchemist debuts in fourth, followed by Rock Ross and Busta Rhymes. Mos Def are not as ecstatic as they slot into seventh position, followed by non-movers Method Man and Redman and Jadakiss. Lil Wayne's Tha Carter III completes the top ten, after an incredible 58 weeks on the chart.


Drake remains the hottest selling single of the week, proving it is in fact The Best he's Ever Had. Young Money talks to Every Girl in second, whilst Twista occupies third. The New Boyz climb two places, into fourth, whilst the infectious Boom Boom Pow conversely slips two positions, to this weeks sixth. Dorrough's Ice Cream Paint Job ascends two spots, whilst Fabolous sneaks back into the top ten after being last week's eleventh.


Top Hip Hop Albums


1. Eminem

2. Maino
If Tomorrow Never Comes…

3. Ace Hood

4. The Alchemist
Chemical Warfare

5. Rick Ross
Deeper Than Rock

6. Busta Rhymes
Back on my B.S.

7. Mos Def
The Ecstatic

8. Method Man & RedMan
Blackout! 2

9. Jadakiss
The Last Kiss

10. Lil Wayne
Tha Carter III


Top Hip Hop Songs


1. Drake
Best I Ever Had

2. Young Money
Every Girl

3. Twista
Wetter (Calling You Daddy)

4. New Boyz
You're a Jerk

5. Birdman featuring Lil Wayne
Always Strapped

6. The Black Eyed Peas
Boom Boom Pow

7. Dorrough
Ice Cream Paint Job

8. Pitbull
I Know You Want Me

9. F.L.Y. (Fast Life Yungstaz)
Swag Surfin'

10. Fabolous featuring The-Dream
Throw It in the Bag

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