Congratulations to Rawyals for being the newest group to enter The Boombox Battle Hall of Fame.

After four strong weeks at the top, the R&B trio, who have 50 Cent's stamp of approval, have moved passed every opponent in their path with their song, "King Me" featuring Fetty Wap. The bass-heavy mid-tempo track features the strong, independent ladies Ariel Nicholson, Bel Cabrera and Asia Shabazz. According to the lyrics, they won’t be taken advantage of and in this chess game, they rule above all else.

“I don’t associate with lames now / Another level, we are not the same now / Chance or check ’cause I’m gon’ end the game up / A pawn and queen together, never stay in your lane / Baby I, I don’t do it / Out of your league, you must be stupid / Up on this pedestal looking at you acting like a groupie / Got my crown on tilt cause I know they watching, watching me / ‘Cause I ain’t no regular, regular, nah bitch I’m royalty,” they sing.

Their journey in the battle started when they stole Stromae's chances of entering the Hall of Fame a month ago. Then they went up against R&B vet Ray J followed by Boosie Badazz. The win that solidified their induction came last week when Rawyals beat Lil Mama and her new track, "Sausage."

Rawyals joins the Weeknd, Fetty Wap, Chris Brown, Tinashe, Michael Jackson, Trey Songz, Lil Durk, T-Pain and the most recent inductee, Kid Cudi in The Boombox Battle Hall of Fame.

Watch Rawyals' "King Me" Video

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