Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - April 14, 2013

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Jarren Benton
Back in January, we heard Jarren Benton celebrate his addition to the Funk Volume stable with FV2013, an action-packed ensemble cut off the San Fernando Valley imprint's Knock Madness compilation....Read More
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OnCue
Three months after enjoying Booth-acclaimed single Cereal, OnCue devotees are doubtless getting hungry for more fresh material from the Connecticut representative. Not wanting to leave his fans...Read More
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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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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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Joey BadA$$
More than any other individual artist, Brooklyn wunderkind Joey BadA$$ is emblematic of the recent revitalization of the Big Apple hip-hop scene. It's only right, then, that the Unorthodox emcee be...Read More
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Mike Stud
Most of us could name at least one musician whose work helped to shape the person we would become, but it's not every day an artist has his or her life changed by a fan. That, however, is exactly what...Read More
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Rittz
If it feels like only yesterday Rittz stepped into the Booth with the Mike Posner-assisted Switch Lanes, well, that's because it was yesterday. But, considering the level of acclaim the Strange Music...Read More
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K. Sparks
In hip-hop we always hear about new school vs. old school. K. Sparks prefers a third option, however, which incorporates elements from both. On Home School, the first single of his upcoming album,...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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Lorenzo Asher
Having contemplated his prospects in the hip-hop game on his debut feature, the aptly-titled Begin, Lorenzo Asher shifts his gaze to the larger social landscape on single number two off his...Read More
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Allan Rayman
On Allan Rayman's last single and DJBooth debut, featured in late March, the Toronto singer and emcee expressed his devotion to his girl, pledging, “I'd go to hell and back for you.”...Read More
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G-Scott
When you think of notable hip-hop producers, Flying Lotus might not be the first name that comes to mind. Sure, the grandnephew of John Coltrane is a exceptional beatsmith, but his experimental...Read More
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Quake Matthews
No, Quake Matthews hasn't traded in thought-provoking bars and moody underground boardwork for basic FruityLoops beats and lyrics about Superman-ing hoes. The title of the Halifax, Nova Scotia...Read More
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Pilot Nation
If you, like me, were an avid video-gamer during the late '90s, prepare for a blast from the past. GTFU, the latest single and first Booth feature from Bostonian trio Pilot Nation, opens with the...Read More
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KAZE
During the 19th Century, when America was split between free and slaveholding states, abolitionists used a secret network of safe houses called The Underground Railroad to funnel runaway slaves to...Read More
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Spree Wilson
Back in October, when he dropped off the Atlanta bass-inspired Right One | Wrong Time, Spree Wilson was decidedly uninterested in getting wifed up. Well, a lot can evidently change in six months....Read More
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The Procussions
Because of the shape of their claws, cats have no trouble climbing trees, but are incapable of getting down without a leap of faith—or the help of a friendly neighborhood fireman. The latest leak...Read More
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BenZel
A buzzmaking production crew composed of Japanese-American teens Umi Takahashi and Yoko Watanabe, BenZel make their inaugural appearance in The DJBooth with a freshly-minted promotional single. On...Read More
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Locksmith
Like many, if not most of us, Locksmith has neither the petty cash nor the insurance coverage to work through his issues with a professional shrink. Unlike most of us, he's got the skills to turn that...Read More
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P-Money
When I saw Fashawn was part of the latest effort from P-Money, the title had me thinking the song was either a smokers' anthem or featured a more traditional vibe, as Fash likes to Break It Down both...Read More
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Marco Polo
Discussions are already well underway regarding who will succeed Barack Obama in 2016, but thus far none of the names floated thus far—including Vice President Joe Biden and former Secretary of...Read More
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Pizzle
It's been a hot minute since last we featured some fresh solo material from Pizzle; Beautiful, a joint effort with Gerald Walker, hit our front page back in July of 2012. Today, the OSAT Music signee...Read More
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Kevin Sinatra
Getting a Booth feature isn’t blind luck. It takes talent, a professional attitude and, of course, Perseverance. Lucky for us, Kevin Sinatra displays all that and more on his first featured cut in...Read More
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