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Hip Hop Charts 5th April To 12th April

Posted on April 6, 2008 by

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After three weeks on the chart Rick Ross maintains his pole position followed by a reverse in fortunes by Snoop Dogg and Flo Rida, who each switch number two and three positions respectively. Rock is self-made at four, followed by Shawty Lo who raises three places to this week's five. Sheek Louch falls two places to seven whilst Fat Joe falls the same distance to eight. Lupe Fiasco and Jay-Z once again complete the top 10 on the album chart.


Webbie makes it 22 weeks on the chart and appears to be cemented in number one, as does Flo Rida's Low which still refuses to slip. Rick Ross' The Boss shoots up three places to three and 2 Pistols is on its way back up also at this week's five. Lil Wayne's Lollipop climbs an impressive five places, from twelve to seven, pushing Superstar Lupe Fiasco down into eighth. Rocko slips one to nine and Flo Rida's Elevator finishes off the top 10 for the second week running.


Top Hip Hop Albums


1. Rick Ross

2. Snoop Dogg
Ego Trippin

3. Flo Rida
Mail On Sunday

4. Rocko

5. Shawty Lo
Units In The City

6. Webbie
Savage Life 2

7. Sheek Louch
Silverback Gorilla

8. Fat Joe
The Elephant In The Room

9. Lupe Fiasco
Lupe Fiasco's The Cool

10. Jay-Z
American Gangster


Top Hip Hop Songs


1. Webbie, Lil' Phat & Lil' Boosie

2. Flo Rida Featuring T-Pain

3. Rick Ross Featuring T-Pain
The Boss

4. Shawty Lo
Dey Know

5. 2 Pistols Featuring T-Pain & Tay Dizm
She Got It

6. Fat Joe Featuring J. Holiday
I Won't Tell

7. Lil Wayne Featuring Static Major

8. Lupe Fiasco Featuring Matthew Santos

9. Rocko
Umma Do Me

10. Flo Rida Featuring Timbaland

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