Lil Wayne kicks things off for 2013, while A$AP Rocky continues to win with a gigantic posse cut.
Exclusive: Alchemist reveals how the passing of one of his favorite emcees coincided with a really important release in 2012.
The top singles most popular singles of 2012 include hits from Common, Kendrick Lamar, Kanye West, DJ Khaled, and much more.
A$AP Rocky brings six friends with him to craft the ultimate posse cut, and that hit straight to the top of the singles list.
Raekwon preps a January EP, LL Cool J gets a release date, while Nicki Minaj and Big Boi start working on new projects.
Nino Bless prepares to "R.O.A.M." once more, while Pusha T and Wale drop mixtape trailers, an Future has some big collaborations coming up.
Game continues to win big, while T.I. leaks start as "Trouble Man" arrives this coming week.
A$AP Rocky finally has a release date, as Earl Sweatshirt, Snoop Dogg, and Jadakiss prep for 2013 albums.
Young Jeezy plans to drop a mixtape on the same day as Big Kuntry King and Red Cafe, while Kurupt's mixtape gets pushed, plus Mike WiLL Made It and more.
Game leaks continue to circulate this week, as fans anticipate the release of next week's "Jesus Piece."
Pusha T and Gunplay have albums coming, while 50 Cent brings news on "Street King Immortal" and Big Boi already has a 3rd LP.
As December begins, Papoose has a new mixtape coming, as Master P and Birdman both have "Uptown Veteran" compilations dropping.
50 Cent wins with the help of Adam Levine and Eminem, plus Andre 3000, Game, J. Cole, and more.
Tyga preps some heat for 2013, while T.I. and Big Boi get cover art, and Joe Budden preps his next album.
Uncle Murda drops a new one today, as Lloyd Banks has a Gangsta Grillz project on the horizon, plus Square Off and Vado.
Game grabs half of the list this week, as his Sunday Service and "Jesus Piece" leaks keep coming and coming.
Chief Keef switches his mixtape to an album with new cover art, Big Sean delays "Hall Of Fame," plus Joe Budden gets a 2013 album along with LL Cool J.
Joe Budden reveals the cover art for "A Loose Quarter," as Wale preps a mixtape for Christmas Eve, while Pusha T and Young Jeezy are working on mixtapes of their own.
This week, J. Cole hits the top spot, while diss tracks follow against Meek Mill, Shyne, and 40 Glocc.
J. Cole has an album coming in January, as Talib Kweli and Lil Wayne move their albums.
Action Bronson and Alchemist ready a free album, while B.o.B. arrives the same day, Joe Budden gets a release date, and Nipsey Hussle warms up December.