Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - April 24, 2011

April 25, 2011 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Yonas
Incredibly it’s been almost two years since Yonas first introduced himself to the Booth and in that time the Bronx emcee has been In Too Deep, In a Daze and Mindless. He’s been Stupid Brilliant...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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NIQUE
Considering it was nearly six months ago that Vegas-based reader fave NIQUE stepped into the Booth with his last solo feature, Too Many Girls, fans may be starting to wonder whether that excessive...Read More
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3
Novel
Over the past two years we’ve heard singer/rapper/producer/int’l man of luxury Novel write songs about Hood Chicks, consuming Caffeine and Cigarettes, riding the Night Train and just about every...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
4
Killer Mike
With the release of his fifth full-length just around the corner, Killer Mike (aka Mike Bigga) has set out to build anticipation for the project with a fresh street single. On this newly-released...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
5
Personal
Up-and-coming rapper/singer Personal makes his DJBooth debut with Six Piece Orchestra, the latest single off his forthcoming street album. Here, a staccato synth instrumental co-produced with 15th...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Mac Miller
After releasing his #BestDayEver mixtape, which featured cuts Donald Trump and She Said, Mac Miller is already back in the studio working on his new EP, On And On And Beyond. We could go On & On about...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
7
The Black Sunn & 810
Last we heard from The Black Sunn, the underground luminary was expressing his lasting love for the music on Hip-Hop's Lament – a cut which, despite the the title, was decidedly optimistic in tone....Read More
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8
STS
With a title like Demand More 2, is it any wonder that, a year and change after the release of STS' Booth-sponsored street album, fans are... well... demanding more? Never one to neglect the needs of...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
9
Daz
Achieving longevity in you career isn’t an easy task in the hip-hop game. One year you’re on top, and the next you you’re running on your sixteenth minute. Defying the odds, however, is the...Read More
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10
Jones Andrews
I don’t know what they’re putting in the water in North Carolina but after year of flying under the radar the First in Flight state has been turning out dope music like UNC turns out NBA players....Read More
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11
Orie
Though Orie's Booth track record to date consists of just five features, those few joints have painted a surprisingly full portrait of the St. Louis rapper-producer's personality and mindstate: a...Read More
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12
DJ Quik
Can you feel summer creeping up on you? Over here in California, it’s finally starting to heat up, which makes for better times, better food, and better music. Under these conditions, finding the...Read More
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13
Young Scolla
While 4/20 should be renamed to “every rapper who smokes weed drops a track day,” certain songs standout more than others, and Young Scolla’s Round and Round is the perfect example. Produced by...Read More
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14
Rocky Fontaine
Freestyle alum Rocky Fontaine’s new offering Things You Do is an urban flip of Minnie Riperton’s classic 1980 hit Here We Go, and the first release off of his new series, FontaineFridays....Read More
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15
Self Scientific
In today's rap game, there's no shortage of artists eager to sell a glamorized depiction of the 'hood life (I'll leave the name-naming to y'all). Whether you decry this practice as a bad influence on...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Mac Miller
I have to admit that before I started this write-up I wasn’t particularly familiar with Mac Miller's music. You can now consider me one of an ever-growing group of converts. Signed to Rostrum...Read More
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17
AWAR
Spring is a time for competition and excitement, a time for the NBA and NHL playoffs to take off and new artists to take their shots at breaking through. The perfect example may just come from AWAR...Read More
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18
N.F.O (No Fair Ones)
A crew whose roots stretch from New York all the way to L.A., H. Bruno, ShamG.O.D and Capital are intimately acquainted with the injustice and struggle that are a fact of inner-city life – perhaps...Read More
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Shane Eli
Good things may not always come to those who wait – if the damn thing wasn't on track for release (knock on wood), I'd make a Detox joke here – but Booth favorite Shane Eli isn't about to leave...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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