Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - April 28, 2013

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Tory Lanez
In this day and age, it seems as though hating is a full-time job. Some haters like to go all Chappelle's Show (Player Haters Ball) with it, taking pride in knocking someone else’s success. Haters...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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Macklemore x Ryan Lewis
When we first featured Macklemore and Ryan Lewis Can't Hold Us, back in August of 2011, the Seattle duo were just a minuscule blip on the national radar. Three years later, with a Billboard number one...Read More
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Mac Miller
Sixteen months after the release of smash-hit debut set Blue Slide Park, Mac Miller has liberated the lead single off studio album number two. S.D.S. (Somebody Do Something) reveals that the...Read More
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Chris Webby
After Saturday's THC-drenched festivities, casual marijuana users are likely feeling a little burnt out. For those elite smokers who rolled out of bed this morning ready for another blunt, through,...Read More
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Ab-Soul
Ab-Soul has seen the future, and it ain't looking too bright... for sucker emcees, anyway. On new promo single The End Is Near, the TDE solider informs his competition that they aren't long for this...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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K. Sparks
I know what you're thinking: how the f**k could K. Sparks have the Autumn Blues in the middle of April? Maybe he recorded the song last fall. Perhaps, like God, quality hip-hop transcends space and...Read More
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Joey Fatts
Joey Fatts may be a new face in the Booth but, assuming that birds of a feather flock together, a glance at the feature lineup on Choppa should be enough to turn your average Booth reader into a fan....Read More
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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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9
Archie Bang
The first DJBooth feature from Archie Bang sounds like the birth of a long career on our front page. It is also, according to the artist, the Rebirth (Of Ill). Moreover, it marks the demise of the...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
10
Clear Soul Forces
When crafting a list of the most prominent and influential urban record labels of all-time, it's safe to say that Death Row is right up there, next to Bad Boy and Def Jam, among a handful of others. A...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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Reckonize Real
If real recognize real, then the real among our readers are sure to recognize Reckonize Real. Based on his latest record, I reckon Reckonize Real is as real as they come. Tongue-twisters aside, I...Read More
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Greg Grease
As anyone with open eyes is aware, our supposedly “post-racial” society is anything but. No amount of oppression, discrimination and inequity, however, can erase Greg Grease's pride in his people...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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Shane Eli
In his Pensées, the French philosopher Blaise Pascal wrote, “We are fools to depend upon the society of our fellow-men. ...[T]hey will not aid us; we shall Die Alone.” Following February's...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
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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Statik Selektah
From where Statik Selektah's perched, other artists look like a bunch of scurrying ants. On single numero uno off his next studio album, the Boston heavyweight enlists a few of his most...Read More
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Adonis
As long as systemic racism has existed, internal divisions have prevented oppressed communities from presenting a unified front against injustice. On his latest single and solo Booth debut (he was...Read More
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Marco Polo
Tomorrow, April 19, marks the third anniversary of Guru's death from cancer. Despite his untimely passing, the Gang Starr co-founder's influence is alive and well among underground artists and heads....Read More
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Gerald Walker
Gerald Walker only has One Life to Live, so he isn't letting a second go to waste. But unlike most proponents of the “YOLO” philosophy, for whom The Motto serves as license to do dumb sh*t, the...Read More
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Add-2
On Rings & Crowns, featured earlier this month, Add-2 expressed confidence that he was destined to join the ranks of hip-hop royalty. For now, though, the Windy City emcee remains a hungry Underdog....Read More
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Village Of Pharaohs
As evidenced by the rave reviews the underground crew have garnered for their previous features, Hwy85 and Is It Love, North Carolina's Village of Pharaohs is a crew our readers hold in very High...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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Da Youngfellaz
Another Hump Day is upon us - if you're encouraged by the fact that we are officially midway through another work week, then why not treat yourself to some good music that will tide you over until the...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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Stro
Back in February, Astro made his official entrance into the game with Deadbeats & Lazy Lyrics, a debut street release which found the 17-year-old Brooklynite and former X Factor contestant rhyming...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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