Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - April 01, 2013

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Rittz
Along with his triple-time flows and curly locks, one of Rittz' most defining features has been his commitment to keeping it one-hundred—whether that means sharing intimate details of his struggles...Read More
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Wrekonize
For artists who break through as part of a collective, branching out into solo material offers an opportunity to delve into subject matter of a more personal nature. The desire to get real about his...Read More
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Rich Kidd
Ladies and gentlemen, Can I Get A [Bom Bom]? Fresh off debuting the official visuals for previous single SYKE, T-Dot rapper/producer Rich Kidd requests a little audience participation on the latest...Read More
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Tyler, The Creator
Those who tune in to Odd Future’s Adult-Swim show, Loiter Squad, probably won't bat an eye at Tyler, The Creator’s new video single, IFHY. For the rest of our readers, be warned, as this video is...Read More
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Jared Evan
The mark of a great relationship is that it gives rise to something—whether tangible or not—that neither party could have created on their own. Take the partnership between Booth-acclaimed...Read More
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Uptown XO
In these troubled times, we could all use a little love—and who better to deliver it than a rapper whose stage name contains the internationally-recognized acronym for “kisses and hugs”? On his...Read More
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Trippz Michaud
Well, well, well, Look What the Cat Dragged In: another fresh video single from Trippz Michaud. On the latest song release off his forthcoming, Booth-hosted EP, the South Windsor buzzmaker reveals...Read More
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Joey BadA$$
Showcasing an agile, brainy lyrical style over beats that sound like they hopped a time machine from the 1990s, Joey BadA$$ is unique among hip-hop's current freshman class. That Unorthodox style, of...Read More
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Allan Rayman
Seriously, they must be putting something in the water in Canada, because our neighbors to the North seem to spit out unique, talented artists like a factory—from the ever-popular The Weeknd to rap...Read More
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Martin $ky
Fashions change and technology evolves, but some things are simply time(LESS). Take Polaroid film—though it was discontinued in 2008 to the dismay of hipsters photography buffs everywhere, other...Read More
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Chance the Rapper
When's the last time you listened to a new rap record and thought to yourself, “Damn, this intro is dope.”? For me, it was way back in 2009. While Sharam's She Came Along still boasts the best...Read More
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Dizzy Wright
Two young rhymesayers with a cerebral rhyme style and a fondness for the herb, Las Vegas representative Dizzy Wright and B.K. buzzmaker Joey BadA$$ collide on the latest single off the former's next...Read More
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Torae
C.R.E.A.M., the Wu Tang Clan's classic '94 single, saw Raekwon, Method Man and Inspektah Deck reflecting on the extent to which paper, and their struggle to obtain it, shaped their lives from an early...Read More
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Marco Polo
Thus far in the lead-up to his next LP, underground beatsmith Marco Polo has unleashed collabos with living hip-hop legends Rakim (What's Wrong) and Big Daddy Kane (Nite & Day). For single numéro...Read More
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Notes to Self
Dope as it undoubtedly feels to perform in front of packed houses in a different city every night, the combo of homesickness, exhaustion and constant proximity ot your tourmates inevitably leads to...Read More
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Raz Simone
On his latest single, Sometimes I Don’t, emcee Raz Simone broadcasts a few things that he does and does not do. One item that could be placed in the later category is the creation of wack songs,...Read More
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Brother Ali
As fans of the Minneapolis mainstay are aware, Brother Ali has involved himself heavily in the Occupy Homes movement, even allowing himself to be arrested while protesting an eviction. What you may...Read More
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Brainstorm
Whenever I sit down to craft a feature write-up, I always do as much research as Google will let me possible, so that y’all are well informed. However, after listening to the latest from...Read More
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R.A. The Rugged Man
Having declared himself The Peoples Champ on his solo Booth debut, R.A. The Rugged Man returns to drop a little knowledge on the follow-up single off his sophomore set. The artist's first-ever...Read More
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Trek Life
Thankfully, we have emcees like Trek Life to drop records that remind us of the true essence of Hip-Hop. With his latest release, Just the Music, you can’t help but think about summer days as a kid,...Read More
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Michael Zoah
I Know, I know, y'all have been craving some new music from PropaneLv. Not seen on our pages since kicking off his 2013 with the reader-acclaimed Nobody, the Portland emcee finally returns to feed his...Read More
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Mel Wellman
In mid-January, Mel Wellman introduced himself to our pages via Swisher Sweet, a reader-approved smokers' anthem off his Substance Abuse street album. Today, the Philly repper returns with the latest...Read More
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AWAR
Big Apple rhymesayer AWAR didn't get to where he is today by showing mercy to his foes. On the contrary, he keeps it “strictly bidness”—which often means dropping those who don't give him and...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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