Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - August 26, 2012

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Nitty Scott, MC
If we were living in the 1960s, Nitty Scott, MC might be rocking bell-bottom jeans, beads and headbands. Even in hoodies, sneakers and hoop earrings, however, the Brooklyn spitter is a Flower Child at...Read More
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Mac Miller
Mac Miller's first Pink Slime release Onaroll might be sitting comfortably at the #14 spot on our Independent Music Chart, but the Freestyle Series alum won't hesitate to drop off yet another record...Read More
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3
Logic
Flipping a page in the book of life from "a lazy-a** boy" to "a man that's on his grind", Logic gets materialistic on new song release My Chain, without selling out lyrically. Four days after...Read More
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4
Apathy
With a name like “Apathy,” you'd think self-improvement would be the last thing on the Connecticut underground mainstay's agenda. As he reveals on his latest single, however, he's anything but...Read More
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Esohel
In hip-hop as in most other pursuits, a whole lotta Paid Dues stand between a novice hustler and the success of which he or she has dreamed. Esohel, for one, knows the importance of playing by the...Read More
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Planet VI
After sufficiently frightening the population with their previous release American Nightmare, Planet VI (the duo previously known as Rock City) thought they'd lighten things up with a breezy new...Read More
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Rittz
If I can be allowed to drop some insider info, Rittz originally hoped to include Tech N9ne on the original version of Bloody Murdah, but the Strange Music head honcho was too busy, you know, touring...Read More
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Wax
When you're flush with cash, a relationship with a gold-digging beauty might not seem like such a bad idea. If you're not, however, why overextend your wallet just to delay the inevitable moment when...Read More
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9
Trae The Truth
UPDATE: Click "Watch Video" above for the brand new I'm From Texas visuals. It's no question that the state of Texas has put on for hip-hop in a major way the past eight years, but for whatever...Read More
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10
The Pro Letarians
No, The Pro Letarians' new promo single, Rugrats, isn't a tribute to the classic Nickelodeon series of the same name. And if that comes as a disappointment, well, maybe it's time to reevaluate your...Read More
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Weapons of Audio
Looks like yU wasn't the only one who enjoyed some artistically stimulating Dreams last night. Whereas the DMV underground rhymesayer's reveries were all about his growth as an emcee, Weapons of...Read More
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12
Wally Left
I have a mental checklist I run through when listening to a new artist to see if their sound and image will appeal to me. It all starts with the cover art, which can immediately intrigue me or start...Read More
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13
Planet VI
As far as Uptown and A.I. of Planet VI are concerned, solo dolo is the only way to roll. Granted, they're typically found together, and they're willing to make room for the right collaborator—but...Read More
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Full |REBEL| Jacket
With their first Booth feature, mid-July's pensive Purple Lights, Full | REBEL| Jacket set a lofty standard. Can G and Q pole-vault over it with the follow-up? Never say never. Contrary to its title,...Read More
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15
Talib Kweli
Unless it features Kat Stacks on the hook and a guest verse from Kim Kardashian, you really can't go wrong with an unreleased record from Brooklyn rhymesayer Talib Kweli. Oh, and did I mention that...Read More
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16
Ab-Soul
No rapper makes you listen to their track with Wikipedia open in another tab like Ab-Soul. Speaking of which, give me a moment...apparently Nibiru refers to a supposed disastrous encounter between the...Read More
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17
Sir Michael Rocks
Have you heard Sir Michael Rocks' new album? If I had to describe it in one word, that word would be Great. A standout from his afformentioned new project, Great finds the Cool Kids member and...Read More
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18
Bizzy Crook
Personally, when I hear the phrase Steal Your Heart I think of that scene from Indiana Jones & the Temple of Doom, but that's just because I'm a child of the '80s. Luckily, Bizzy Crook has a far more...Read More
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Chris Webby
Update: Click "Watch Video" above to view the Wait A Minute video. Mobile users can scroll down. Although Freestyle Series Alum Chris Webby has been absent from the Booth since May release I'm In...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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