Audio Push, O.T. Genasis, OverDoz. & Sleater-Kinney Top Billboard's Emerging Artists Chart

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Hip-Hop continues to dominate the Billboard Emerging Artists Chart this week as Audio Push, O.T. Genasis, OverDoz., Sleater-Kinney and Troy Ave round out the top five.

Audio Push has manage to claim the number one spot this week with their hit "Quick Fast." The song is co-produced by Hit-Boy, with major production handled by S-Dot and $.O.N., according to, who also premiered the new party hit. Wale is also featured on the track spitting a feel good verse for this clear party hit that may be a hit on radio stations once they catch whim of it.

Oktane and Pricetag are the two members of Audio Push who contribute solid verses. They have also gained the backing of Hit-Boy who is one of the most renowned producer in the hip-hop realm.

Listen To "Quick Fast" featuring Wale

Audio Push - Quick Fast

Coming in at number two on the Billboard Emerging Artists Chart after spending a decent amount of time at number one is O.T. Genasis and his drug inspired song "CoCo." The song is so hyped that in a recent performance Genasis' mentor Busta Rhymes got a little too "turnt up" and fell off stage. The song is a simple track where the rapper continues to express his love for the "CoCo," and from the music video fans knows that "CoCo" is short for cocaine.

"CoCo" Music Video

OverDoz. comes in the third spot with his song "7,000 Girls," a braggadocios track about how many women he and his features Childish Gambino and King Chip have slept with over the years. Gambino starts out the count as counts to 7,000 women and spits a classic Donald Glover verse for his fans. King Chip is known for his candid approach to rapping and his verse compliments the song as well as Gambino.

The chorus of the song says that they aren't bragging, however, anyone who listens to it will be able to figure it out.

OverDoz. spits a pretty nice flow over this calm and smooth track where they tally up all of the women they've all had relations with.

Listen to "7,000 Girls" featuring Childish Gambino and King Chip

Sleater-Kinney adds a little diversity to the Hip-Hop heavy group of artists in Billboard's Emerging Artists Chart with their rock hit "Surface Envy." The powerful guitar riffs and drums paired with some strong vocals make this track a very good contender when it comes to the Emerging Artists Chart.

"The reunited Sleater-Kinney have shared the full version of 'Surface Envy', another new song from the forthcoming 'No Cities to Love LP.' You can listen to it above.

Previously, a snippet of the song was previewed along with the album's title track," according to Pitchfork. "The album is out January 20 in the U.S., and January 19 everywhere else."

Listen to "Surface Envy"

The final artist rounding out the top five Billboard Emerging Artists Chart is Troy Ave with his song "All About The Money." The song is literally what the title suggests and a little more.

There are endless references to the violence in the streets and being about the money. The track features a simple beat with a piano overlay and is getting the attention of many fans.

Listen to "All About The Money"