Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - April 26, 2014

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Skyzoo x Torae
In the ever changing landscape of Hip-Hop in New York, the city will soon have a new album to proudly represent its streets and its people. That album will have none other than NYC's finest, Skyzoo...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Locksmith
You could say that Locksmith has been fighting since birth. Whether it was almost being given to the wrong woman in the hospital due to an insensitive doctor or second guessing his resolve to stay...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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¡MAYDAY!
You could always tell which middle school kids would still be into Hip-Hop 10 or 20 years later. If you saw a kid beatbox, use pens on the desk like drumsticks, or pound hands on the gym floor,...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Joyner Lucas
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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Jez Dior
With his last three features on our pages averaging around four stars, Jez Dior is slowly becoming a DJBooth favorite. With about a million reader approved features, G-Eazy has been a Booth favorite...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Connor Evans
If you don't get out to SoCal that much, or outside at all for that matter, just put the video above on full screen mode, sit back and relax. A California native, Connor Evans has released the video...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Kev Decor
When you're hungry as it is and you're aware of the absurd waste by the wealthy, you have no choice but to go after yours. And if that door between you and eating is locked, you kick it down. That's...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
8
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
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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
10
Freddie Gibbs
If the Founding Fathers of all that is funky created a committee to write the G Handbook, Freddie Gibbs would have to be an honorary member. But just to be safe, for Exhibit A of evidence of his...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
11
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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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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Taylor Bennett
If you're on your way to the top where the flashing lights don't let up, like Taylor Bennett is, you're going to need more than just some radio hits and a toothbrush. On Hope, the third single off his...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
14
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
15
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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Jimmy Prime
After living through the 90's, I thought that the only notable occurrences at night were Gargoyles coming alive and vampires roaming the dark skies. Well OVO's Jimmy Johnson is here to add to that...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Curtis Williams
If you suffer from being a G, or what some people call Danco James, with symptoms like "money coming in / in big amounts and ain't folding up" and being able to "skate, rap / but my clothes from the...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
18
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
19
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
20
PreauXX
If you thought Malcolm X was radical, wait until you see the fire burning in the eyes of PreauXX. In the Steven Simpson-directed video for Malcolm 2XXs ("By any means necessary/Malcolm, 2 X's"), the...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z

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21
Bonda
You can hardly ever go wrong sampling one of Rock and Roll's most recognizable guitar lines in recent history. And when you really get it right, you've created a moment that you can tell your kids...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
22
Eliquate
Eliquate, where have you been all of our lives? New Country may be the quartet's first feature at DJBooth, but it certainly won't be their last. Their unique, refreshing style is exactly what we look...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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P. SO
Since letting off some steam on his last Booth appearance with Walter White, P.SO has been focusing on the positive things in his life, like rocking a stage and hearing you say, "Oooh!" The Yoshino...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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