Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - April 20, 2014

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Mick Jenkins
Oft imitated but never equaled, the DJBooth Freestyle Series ran from February 2009 through June 2011. Its 250 total entries were the work of a veritable who's-who of underground and emerging emcees,...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Childish Gambino
People looking to improve their social and financial standing are often advised to “dress to impress.” Those who are already rich, on the other hand, can wear whatever the f**k they want. On the...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Dizzy Wright
From the Book of Rick James: "A mighty turnt rapper once proclaimed that it was Turn Up Season and it was so. That rapper's name is Dizzy Wright." If you don't trust our sources, you can use New...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Kap Kallous
There's nothing easy about the hip-hop hustle. As a matter of fact, the grind's had Kap Kallous “feelin' twice [his] age” lately. Which isn't to say he's sweating it; on new single I Don't Mind,...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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GoldLink
It was just two weeks ago that GoldLink unleashed his latest mixtape, The God Complex, but the DMV buzzmaker's already started to miss the Booth. Thus, he's returned to say “Wassup,” with a brand...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Nate Good
You and I are both hip-hop heads, but hip-hop is by no means the end all be all. If you only listened to one genre you'd stand to miss out on some dope music; for instance, indie mainstay Ingrid...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Atmosphere
Minneapolis duo Atmosphere rolls in very different circles than Kanye West, but they've got more than simply a region in common with the Windy City hip-hop heavyweight. Coming on the heels of early...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Wizdom
Update: The Jeff Santos-directed and edited visuals for Wizdom's My City's Filthy single have been added. When I moved from Minneapolis to Brooklyn in late 2012, one thing that took a little getting...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
9
M.O.P.
At the top of the decade, Boola blessed the blogosphere with Produced by Boola, an online series and compilation album that spawned reader-approved collabs with Ne-Yo (Shot Down) and Freeway (Take It...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Mike Boyd
Most newcomers to our pages wait until after their Booth debut to bring us a second feature. T-Dot rhymesayer Mike Boyd, however, has decided to give us two servings of dope music all at once. Which...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Nyzzy Nyce
Oft imitated but never equaled, the DJBooth Freestyle Series ran from February 2009 through June 2011. Its 250 total entries were the work of a veritable who's-who of underground and emerging emcees,...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Bobby James
With news of Beyonce and Jay Z about to go on a stadium tour together, there's no questioning that Mrs. Carter will be trending across social media outlets on all eight cylinders for the next eight...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
13
Cam Young
For anyone who has been considered an outcast or is down in a tough situation, you have one more reason to raise your head up and join Cam Young's party. On In The Sky (High), Cam writes an open...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
14
SA-ROC
Update: The Tommy Nova-directed visuals for SA-ROC's The Who? single have been added. If the title of this cut conjured up images of the English '60s rockers of the same name, take a moment to purge...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
15
Tech N9ne
Like all of us, Tech N9ne sometimes gets down on himself and begins to feel like Nobody Cares. Then he remembers that he's the most successful independent rapper of all time, and the founder of a...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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WELL$
In search of an up-and-coming emcee to tell your friends about so that you'll look cool when they blow up? Look no further than WELL$. With a growing buzz, an upcoming album, and two Booth feature...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Luke Christopher
Recent features from Luke Christopher have seen the Panhandle State rapper/producer spitting thoughtfully about the complexities of relationships and the emptiness underlying the relentless quest for...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Wrekonize
As a hip-hop artist with a label deal and a growing presence on the national scene, Wrekonize must be swimming in cash like Scrooge McDuck... right? If only that were the case. On his latest remix,...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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¡MAYDAY!
"Dedicated to the fallen, and those still running in their name." In the new Navas Brothers-directed video for ¡MAYDAY!'s Marathon Man, the visual layering over the various members of the Miami band...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
20
Tasha the Amazon
We all know that the ladies are not the most well-represented group in hip-hop. While the female-to-male ratio is a little lopsided, there is definitely a growing number of females rockin' the mic....Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z

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Isaac Reid
If you lived in NYC during the 80's or 90's, you may be familiar with the Smooth Jazz of CD 101.9. While it's doubtful that producers Trakksounds and Albie Dickson listened to the station during their...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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LHA (Leehahn & Adikkal)
For some, making music is a job. Others see it as a hobby. To LHA, it represents something deeper: the opportunity to be FREE. Not glimpsed on our pages since dropping off Now or Never back in...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Pell
Stale candy, toothpaste not approved by the American Dental Association, toys that fall apart straight out the box... you name it, the Dollar Store has a sub-par version of it. Pell takes a similarly...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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