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Hip Hop Charts 03 March 2007

Posted on March 3, 2007 by

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This week's chart sees Ludacris and Mary J Blige retain top track spot despite the hype surrounding Mim's single.

With no new entries and no tracks slipping from the top 10, the singles basically switched positions within the top 10, which saw Snoop Dogg and R Kelly the biggest affected, slipping down 3 positions to number 10.

Pretty Ricky holds strong on the album chart closely followed again by Young Jeezy's, The Inspiration. Jay Z climbed from 7 to the number 3 slot and it is a new top 10 entry for Trick Daddy, with Back by Thug Demand, entering the top 10 at a respectable number 9, knocking JR Writer from the top 10 list.

Top 10 Hip Hop Tracks

1. Ludacris Featuring Mary J. Blige
Runaway Love

2. Mims
This Is Why I'm Hot

3. Rich Boy Featuring Polow Da Don
Throw Some D's

4. Fat Joe Featuring Lil Wayne
Make It Rain

5. Jim Jones
We Fly High

6. Unk
Walk It Out

7. Young Jeezy Featuring R. Kelly
Go Getta

8. T.I.
Top Back

9. Bow Wow Or R. Kelly (Featuring T.I. & T-Pain)
I'm A Flirt

10. Snoop Dogg Featuring R. Kelly
That's That


Top 10 Hip Hop Albums

1. Pretty Ricky
Late Night Special

2. Young Jeezy
The Inspiration

3. Jay-Z
Kingdom Come

4. Birdman & Lil Wayne
Like Father, Like Son

5. Nas
Hip Hop Is Dead

6. Ludacris
Release Therapy

7. Tyrese (AKA Black-Ty)
Alter Ego

8. The Game
Doctor's Advocate

9. Trick Daddy
Back By Thug Demand

10. Snoop Dogg
Tha Blue Carpet Treatment

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