Six weeks deep, HipHopDX is giving you you the 10 most popular singles on the site from the past week. After every week our staff will give you the ranked list since the past Monday, based on visits. These numbers are reflective from the time of posting.

Summer of 2Pac

With June including new confession testimony in the 1994 New York shooting of Tupac Amaru Shakur, the thug immortal’s profile has risen once more. This week, ‘Pac’s entourage the Outlawz announced their final album for September as several controversial songs surfaced to the web. “Watch Yo Mouth” joins many of ‘Pac’s 1996 recordings for its diatribe nature – this time going at Long Island’s De La Soul, as well as the usual suspects. Hip Hop has come a long way, and ‘Pac stays missed and loved.

R&B Blend Tape Trends

R&B Stars such as Lloyd, Chris Brown and the “Queen” herself, Mary J. Blige, all appeared on songs this week. Given that with Drake and B.o.B.’s melodic tendencies, and the art of genre collaborations rang strong this past week. Support from Weezy, 3 Stacks, Fab and Jada can’t hurt either.

The Top 10 Most Popular Hip Hop Singles The Week Of 6/27/2011

1. 2Pac – “Watch Yo Mouth”

2. Jay-Z – “Criminology Freestyle”

3. T.I. featuring B.o.B. – “We Don’t Get Down Like Y’all”

4. Lloyd featuring Andre 3000 & Lil Wayne – “Dedication To My Ex (Miss That)”

5. Drake – “Marvin’s Room”

6. DJ Khaled featuring Mary J Blige, Fabolous and Jadakiss – “It Ain’t Over Til It’s Over”

7. Game featuring Chris Brown – “Pot of Gold”

8. Nas – “Nasty”

9. Lil Wayne featuring Andre 3000 – “6’7″ (Hasan Insane Remix)”

10. Limp Bizkit featuring Paul Wall – “Middle Finger”

Last week’s Top 10 Singles list.