Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - August 25, 2013

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Terrace Martin
On Can't Choose, the recently-featured Booth debut from JRDN, the T-Dot singer attempted to sidestep the decision between two equally promising woman by inviting both to a romantic dinner for three....Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Tech N9ne
Just how dope is Tech N9ne's latest promotional single, So Dope (They Wanna)? Well, you might want to have a methdone script lined up before hitting play; otherwise, you may find yourself unable to...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
3
Cam Meekins
If you are like me, then you can hardly wait for football season to begin. In addition to watching way too many meaningless preseason games, I have been hard at work prepping for fantasy football. In...Read More
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4
Ugly Heroes
For some heroes, like Superman, battling the forces of evil is simply second nature. Others, like Batman, are plagued by self-doubt, constantly wondering whether they're equal to the task before them....Read More
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5
Dizzy Wright
You know, as awesome as Dizzy Wright's latest Booth feature is, its title makes no sense at all. There are going to be way too many people feeling the record for it to be called "Untouchable." You...Read More
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6
Ab-Soul
Let it not be said that Ab-Soul shies away from controversy. On his latest feature, the Top Dawg Entertainment signee combines two of the most provocative topics in recent memory—cop killer...Read More
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Jered Sanders
On a classic 1969 single, blues/soul legend Syl Johnson reflected on the sheer amount of struggle and disappointment he'd faced over the course of his life, wondering, “Is It Because I'm Black?”...Read More
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8
Lil Dicky
Back in February, we heard Philly emcee Lil Dicky spit about the many perks of life as a Caucasian on White Dude, a mixtape cut which transcended its potentially painful premise by offering an...Read More
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9
G-Eazy
While G-Eazy is currently busy traveling the country as part of Weezy's America's Most Wanted Tour, he hasn't taken that as an excuse to stop recording. In between gigs, he found the time to record...Read More
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10
Rich Kidd
Though Q-Tip, Phife Dawg and Ali Shahad Muhammad are no longer as prominent in the game as they were during the early/mid-90s, new-school artists draw inspiration from the Tribe to this day. On A Vibe...Read More
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11
Miami Beat Wave
Are you a fan of South Florida independent hip-hop? Then you may get the urge to pinch yourself after learning that local crews Miami Beat Wave, ¡MAYDAY! and ArtOfficial are planning to release a...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
12
Locksmith
If Locksmith were a Major League Baseball player, I’d assume that he's been hanging out with A-Rod and Ryan Braun (cough…cough…taking PEDs), because the Bay Area emcee is batting a thousand here...Read More
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13
Foster
After more than a year and a half without a new record from Vibes (Our City dropped back in January of 2012), fans could be forgiven for wondering if the Jersey repper had hung up the mic. Thankfully,...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
14
Rapsody
With her Gangsta Grillz tape just hours away from release, Jamla Records rhymesayer Rapsody has liberated one last standout cut to whet fans' appetites. Label boss 9th Wonder mans the boards on Jedi...Read More
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15
Stevie Stone
You aren’t a member of the church of Stevie Stone? Well, hold your nose, dip back and get ready for The Baptism. While the title might make Stone's record sound like a hymn, don’t expect to hear...Read More
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Mazon
Sometimes, it takes a minute for the public to recognize greatness. Just ask Picasso or Van Gogh; their sh*t wasn’t poppin' until they were long gone! Mazon, though not a painter, wants to make sure...Read More
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17
SonReal
Judging by some of the Tweets that are posted and some of the emails that we receive at The DJBooth, it’s safe to say some rappers take themselves wayyyyy too seriously. While it's good to take your...Read More
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18
Fundament
Not only is this Fundament's first DJBooth feature, but it is also a Booth-exclusive world premiere; I’d call that killing two birds with one stone. My only piece of advice to the T-Dot product...Read More
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KXNG CROOKED
There's nothing easier than averting your gaze when somebody accosts you on the street or in the subway, asking for change—I've done it myself, more times than I'd care to admit. On new single...Read More
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20
Rich Quick
Since this is his DJBooth debut, you can’t blame me for not knowing much about Rich Quick. All I (and you) need to know is that Quick has a co-sign from the legendary Tim Armstrong of Rancid and The...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard

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21
Daytona
Hilary Swank? Hilary Duff? Saint Hilary of Arleas? After listening to The Kid Daytona's new EP single twice through, I'm still not sure whom the title refers to. Regardless, she must be one hell of a...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Wyld Stylaz
On their last mixtape single, Jersey hip-hop crew Wyld Stylaz took all their stress and Let It Go like a helium balloon, in anticipation of a relaxing weekend. Refreshed and rejuvenated by that...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Blitz The Ambassador
DIKEMBE! and African in New York, the previously-featured singles off Blitz the Ambassador's next EP, offered a predominantly upbeat take on the Ghanaian-born, Brooklyn-based emcee's international...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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