01) “More Than Friends” - Sexy Marisa & Prof Bounty Targetz (3 weeks as a top pick)

02) “My Dear Papa” - Zachary de Lima (2 weeks as a top pick)

03) “Guns of Hysteria” - Annalie Prime (2 weeks as a top pick)

04) “River Calling” - Ruth Osman (5 weeks as a top pick)

05) “No Talking” - Rochelle (2 weeks as a top pick)

06) “Who Got This” - Rizon (6 weeks as a top pick)

07) “Big Up D Youth” - Ach Kalab (1 week as a top pick)

08) “In The Middle of Life” - Aaron Ifil (3 weeks as a top pick)

09) “Tears I Cry” - Justin Cross (5 weeks as a top pick)

10) “I Will Be With You” - Gabriel Pierre (2 weeks as a top pick)

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