Rap Tracks Chart

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Das EFX - History
... Billboard R B chart, the Top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #1 on the Hot Rap Tracks chart ... Follow-up singles "Mic Checka" and "Straight Out the Sewer" did not chart on the Hot 100, but reached #1 and #3 on the Hot Rap Tracks chart, respectively ... The song reached #20 on the Hot 100 and #1 on the Rap Tracks chart ...
T.I. Vs. T.I.P. - Release and Promotion - Singles
... entered the Billboard Hot 100 at number 9, it charted at number 7 on the Hot R B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, it charted at number 2 on the Hot Rap Tracks chart, it charted at ... In Canada the single entered the Canadian Singles Chart at number 75, in Japan the single entered the Japanese Singles Chart at number 5, and in New Zealand the single entered the New Zealand Singles ... the Billboard Hot 100 at number 34, it charted at number 11 on the Hot R B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, it charted at number 5 on the Hot Rap Tracks chart, it charted at number 62 on ...
Tearz - Singles
... "Protect Ya Neck" and "Tearz" were the first tracks recorded by the Wu-Tang Clan ... Ya Neck" is a free-associative and braggadocious battle rap featuring eight of the nine Wu-Tang members, and "Tearz" tells stories of a little kid getting shot. 69 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 17 on the Billboard Hot Rap Tracks chart ...

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