10) The Game feat. Diddy - Standing On Ferraris
In his search for another hit, The Game is an equal opportunity employer. The decidedly West Coast rapper is even willing to reach out to the figurehead of the label that was once at the forefront of the East Coast sound -- though he only grants him a speaking role.
"Standing On Ferraris" didn't budge in its second week on the charts, holding strong at #10.
9) Rick Ross - Buried In The Streets
Rick Ross rapping over a beat he was born to have. In spite of its hard name, "Buried In The Streets" sounds like a penthouse suite overlooking the fictional city over which Rawse is the kingpin.
It came in at #9 in its first week on the charts.
8) French Montana feat. Chris Brown - Antidote (Remix)
French and Breezy gave a fresh spin to Rodeo's biggest hit, produced by the mega-talented WondaGurl.
The "Antidote" remix came in at #8 in its first week on the charts.
7) Fetty Wap feat. Monty - Jugg
Fetty Wap's reign was shorter than it had any right to be. Sure, the album's a little lengthy, but "Jugg" is another piece of undeniable pop genius from the 1738 boss.
You all let Fetty and Monty fall six spots to land at #7 in its second week on the charts.
The Game albums live and die by who he gets to work on them. So far, The Documentary 2 looks like it's going to be great.
The Game brought in some West Coast titans (and will.i.am) for "Don't Trip," and the track rose landed at #6 in its first week on the charts.
5) Jeezy - Gold Bottles
Jeezy switched up weekly Sunday Sermons and dropped a flashy club record with the help of London on da Track. Thus far, Church in These Streets has been graced with some special production.
"Gold Bottles" came in at #5 in its debut week on the charts.
This has to be the most unexpected collab to make it into our top 10 in a long time.
And what's more, Keef and Sean Kingston are planning an entire project together. Can y'all believe "Beautiful Girls" was over 8 years ago? A little Sosa is just what Kingston needs for a proper comeback.
"Murda Mook" beat out Jeezy to land at #4 in its first week.
3) The Game feat. Skrillex - El Chapo
The Game didn't blow his budget on Dre. He also had enough cash left over to snag Skrillex (and a certain Chicagoan who we'll get to later).
The duo got went balls-out on a wild horn sample from a Frank Sinatra song (we're not kidding). "El Chapo" dropped one spot to come in at #3 in its second week on the charts.
2) The Game feat. Kanye West - Mula
It's a testament to the track ahead of this that a song featuring The Game and Kanye West (and a good one at that) only landed at #2.
The Game owned most of the Top 10 but couldn't claim the top spot. "Mula" fell just short at #2 in its debut week.
1) Wiz Khalifa - King Of Everything
Though he hasn't been too prolific, quality-wise, this might be Wiz' best year in a long time. He absolutely raps his ass off on this one.
It doesn't hurt that Cosmo and ID Labs produced one hell of a beat. "King of Everything" ushered a newly rejuvenated Wiz up to the top spot in its debut week.