Empire Cast, Audio Push, Fetty Wap & Father Top Billboard's Emerging Artists Chart

This week Hip-Hop takes over the Billboard Emerging Artists Chart with Empire Cast, Audio Push, Fetty Wap and Father holding the top four spots.

In at number one on the Billboard Emerging Artists Chart is "Drip Drop" by the Empire Cast featuring Yazz and Serayah McNeill. The sexually driven track features verses from two of the Empire cast members with vocals and ad-libs by Yazz and McNeill. The song features a super heavy beat with a slight electric sound.

The song was featured on Fox's brand new hit "Empire" starring Terrence Howard and Taraji P. Henson. The two play a former couple who fights over a record label that was built while Henson's character was in jail.

Listen to "Drip Drop"

The number two spot belongs to Audio Push and their hit song "Quick Fast" featuring Wale. The party anthem features superb verses from Price and Oktane with an additional verse from MMG's Wale.

The song is all about drinking, partying and having a good time while keeping an eye for all of the women around them. It's a declaration of simply being "the man" that features a catchy beat and hook.

Watch the "Quick Fast" Lyric Video

The third spot on the Billboard Emerging Artists Chart belongs to Fetty Wap and his infectious hit "Trap Queen." The song recently received a remix featuring French Montana and Fabolous.

The resurgence of the track may be due to the remix where Montana and Fabolous include some pretty solid verses.

The song is about having a girl that will always be there no matter what and being with each other all of the time.

Listen to "Trap Queen" Remix

Rounding out the top four is an artist who goes by the name of Father, with a track titled, "Spoil You Rotten." The track features a heavy beat with a dark undertone despite the subject matter being the hypnotizing nature of a woman and how much Father wants to "Spoil Her Rotten." The verses from Father are delivered in a manner similar to Mase, as they are slower than normal rappers would deliver their verses.

The song itself contains a very catchy hook and looks to be moving it's way up the charts steadily.

Listen to "Spoil You Rotten"