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The most popular artists, songs and albums of the month, 3 month, 6 months and year [#145-#192]

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2 Chainz2 Chainz
  • #601

    Song Crack
  • #231

    Album Based on a T.R.U. Story
  • 146
    Jessie JJessie J
  • #482

    Song Masterpiece
  • #210

    Album Sweet Talker
  • 147
    JeremihJeremih
  • #138

    Song Oui
  • #151

    Album Late Nights
  • 148
    NirvanaNirvana
  • #633

    Song Heart-Shaped Box
  • #159

    Album In Utero
  • 149
    EchosmithEchosmith
  • #387

    Song Bright
  • #154

    Album Talking Dreams
  • 150
    Ke$haKe$ha
  • #803

    Song C'mon
  • #361

    Album Warrior
  • 151
    SkrillexSkrillex
  • #270

    Song Where Are U Now (ft. Justin Bieber)
  • #237

    Album Skrillex and Diplo Present Jack U
  • 152
    Pusha TPusha T
  • #714

    Song Hold On (ft. Rick Ross)
  • #219

    Album My Name Is My Name
  • 153
    Fun.Fun.
  • #764

    Song Why Am I the One?
  • #180

    Album Some Nights
  • 154
    MGKMGK
  • #767

    Song Lace Up (ft. Lil Jon)
  • #188

    Album Lace Up
  • 155
    Kenny ChesneyKenny Chesney
  • #312

    Song Save It for a Rainy Day
  • #158

    Album The Big Revival
  • 156
    Green DayGreen Day
  • #903

    Song Let Yourself Go
  • #405

    Album Uno!
  • 157
    Steve AokiSteve Aoki
  • #516

    Song Delirious (Boneless) (with Chris Lake and Tujamo ft. Kid Ink)
  • #239

    Album Neon Future I
  • 158
    Zayn MalikZayn Malik
  • #157

    Song Pillowtalk
  • #161

    Album Mind of Mine
  • 159
    MacklemoreMacklemore
  • #723

    Song Same Love (ft. Mary Lambert)
  • #162

    Album The Heist (Macklemore & Ryan Lewis)
  • 160
    Christina AguileraChristina Aguilera
  • #804

    Song Your Body
  • #502

    Album Keeps Gettin' Better: A Decade of Hits
  • 161
    Arcade FireArcade Fire
  • #519

    Song Afterlife
  • #262

    Album Reflektor
  • 162
    The ChainsmokersThe Chainsmokers
  • #162

    Song Roses (ft. Rozes)
  • #165

    Album Bouquet
  • 163
    NickelbackNickelback
  • #992

    Song Burn it to the Ground
  • #537

    Album Here and Now
  • 164
    The KillersThe Killers
  • #743

    Song Mr. Brightside
  • #228

    Album Direct Hits
  • 165
    Empire of the SunEmpire of the Sun
  • #242

    Song Walking on a Dream
  • #218

    Album Walking on a Dream
  • 166
    Lupe FiascoLupe Fiasco
  • #906

    Song Bitch Bad
  • #320

    Album Lasers
  • 167
    Lana Del ReyLana Del Rey
  • #370

    Song High By the Beach
  • #329

    Album Honeymoon
  • 168
    Kings of LeonKings of Leon
  • #711

    Song Beautiful War
  • #519

    Album Come Around Sundown
  • 169
    Rita OraRita Ora
  • #682

    Song Roc the Life
  • #178

    Album Ora
  • 170
    Mumford & SonsMumford & Sons
  • #418

    Song Believe
  • #373

    Album Wilder Mind
  • 171
    Joey Bada$$Joey Bada$$
  • #733

    Song My Yout (ft. Collie Buddz)
  • #327

    Album Summer Knights
  • 172
    N.E.R.DN.E.R.D
  • #195

    Song Lemon (with Rihanna)
  • #183

    Album No One Ever Really Dies
  • 173
    The Black KeysThe Black Keys
  • #537

    Song Fever
  • #412

    Album El Camino
  • 174
    Jay-ZJay-Z
  • #952

    Song No Church In The Wild (ft. Frank Ocean)
  • #429

    Album Watch The Throne (Jay-Z & Kanye West)
  • 175
    RixtonRixton
  • #620

    Song Me and My Broken Heart
  • #184

    Album Let the Road
  • 176
    Snoop DoggSnoop Dogg
  • #710

    Song Gin & Juice
  • #615

    Album From Compton To Longbeach
  • 177
    Robin SchulzRobin Schulz
  • #204

    Song Sugar (ft. Francesco Yates)
  • #190

    Album Sugar
  • 178
    ChvrchesChvrches
  • #664

    Song The Mother We Share
  • #191

    Album The Bones of What You Believe
  • 179
    Rich Homie QuanRich Homie Quan
  • #319

    Song Flex (Ooh Ooh Ooh)
  • #272

    Album If You Ever Think I Will Stop Going In, Ask Double R
  • 180
    Macklemore & Ryan LewisMacklemore & Ryan Lewis
  • #662

    Song Same Love (ft. Mary Lambert)
  • #194

    Album The Heist
  • 181
    Cobra StarshipCobra Starship
  • #981

    Song #1Nite (One Night)
  • #324

    Album Night Shades
  • 182
    New BoyzNew Boyz
  • #1229

    Song Tie Me Down (ft. Ray J)
  • #372

    Album Skinny Jeans and a Mic
  • 183
    Elle KingElle King
  • #219

    Song Ex's & Oh's
  • #202

    Album Love Stuff
  • 184
    Brantley GilbertBrantley Gilbert
  • #369

    Song One Hell of an Amen
  • #204

    Album Just as I Am
  • 185
    Ne-YoNe-Yo
  • #461

    Song She Knows (ft. Juicy J)
  • #205

    Album Non-Fiction
  • 186
    Jake MillerJake Miller
  • #554

    Song First Flight Home
  • #499

    Album Lion Heart
  • 187
    Ella HendersonElla Henderson
  • #474

    Song Ghost
  • #212

    Album Chapter One
  • 188
    Travis ScottTravis Scott
  • #232

    Song Antidote
  • #214

    Album Rodeo
  • 189
    Charli XCXCharli XCX
  • #477

    Song Doing It
  • #220

    Album Sucker
  • 190
    Mark RonsonMark Ronson
  • #293

    Song Uptown Funk! (ft. Bruno Mars)
  • #251

    Album Uptown Special
  • 191
    R. CityR. City
  • #250

    Song Locked Away (ft. Adam Levine)
  • #225

    Album What Dreams Are Made Of
  • 192
    Jana KramerJana Kramer
  • #254

    Song I Got the Boy
  • #226

    Album Thirty One
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    2 Chainz - top artists list [#145]

    2 Chainz

    Tauheed Epps, better known by his stage name 2 Chainz, is an American rapper from College Park, Georgia.

    He was first known for being one-half of southern hip hop duo, Playaz Circle.

    Genres:

  • Hip hop,
  • Southern hip hop
  • Crack - one of the best 2 Chainz songs, top songs list [#601]

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