Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - August 08, 2010

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The Canz
Taking a different approach from their previous feature World Famous, the Canz are back with the next leak off their Life After Graduation project. Using a Clinton Sparks-produced beat from Biggie’s...Read More
Posted about 5 years ago by richard
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Thrill Da Playa
Man, I love it when artists do my track-reviewing job for me. The latest single from 69 Boyz alumnus Thrill Da Playa is Awesome; case closed! Well... OK, I guess I could write a little more. In...Read More
Posted about 5 years ago by richard
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1982
1982 was a very, very good year, for that was the year a young hip-hop writer named Nathan S. who would later change the world was born. I’m sorry, where were we? Oh yes, Goin Back. The new street...Read More
Posted about 5 years ago by richard
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Nikki Lynette
Most of us have at least one friend or family member who we can count on to provide rock-solid, no-nonsense advice when we're in need – but how many of those wise souls can deliver their insights...Read More
Posted about 5 years ago by richard
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Sir Michael Rocks
If I was able to call a superhero whenever I wanted, I’d never stop ringing. (“Uh, Hello? Yeah, I need to get picked up from campus again. Next to the food court, thanks.”) While I’m sure...Read More
Posted about 5 years ago by richard
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Freddie Gibbs
What do you get when you combine Robot Chicken and some real chill gangsta music? Although it may be hard to actually fathom an answer to that strange question, Freddie Gibbs shows us some...Read More
Posted about 5 years ago by richard
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Joell Ortiz
What are the chances that a day after I launched into a “remember the '80s?” riff, thanks to 1982’s new track, Slaughterhouse alum Joell Ortiz would drop a cut called 80s Baby? Apparently the...Read More
Posted about 5 years ago by richard
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Trek Life
I know what you're thinking, but no: West Coast up-and-comer Trek Life isn't an obsessive science-fiction fan attempting to bring Klingon rap into the mainstream, and his latest single, As the World...Read More
Posted about 5 years ago by richard
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N.O.R.E
Fresh off the July release of Capone-n-Noreaga's The War Report 2, N.O.R.E.'s getting ready to bring listeners another musical blast from the past in the form of Superthug, a new solo album named...Read More
Posted about 5 years ago by richard
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Young Scolla
Young Scolla seems to be in damn fine spirits these days; the Motown buzzmaker's last solo feature, Wonderful, was an ode to positivity in the face of adversity, and his recent guest verse on Aleon...Read More
Posted about 5 years ago by richard
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Beyond Belief
Warning: For those listeners who aren’t down with listening to consistently dope artists, this may not be for you. As for the rest of you, welcome to the latest installment of Beyond Belief’s...Read More
Posted about 5 years ago by richard
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Aleon Craft
Aleon Craft is just a little too strange for mainstream rap (see A Different World). And Hollyweerd is, well, just a little too weird for mainstream rap (see Edible Phat 2.0). So it’s no coincidence...Read More
Posted about 5 years ago by richard
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Moxie Black
In this post-Rebirth music game, it takes some serious cojones to release a record featuring Auto-Tuned singing over driving rock guitar. On their latest mixtape single, emcee-producer duo Moxie Black...Read More
Posted about 5 years ago by richard
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Señor Kaos
The self-proclaimed “embodiment of a lyricist”, Señor Kaos is back with his latest single Bad Bad Man, which features Stat Quo and Ekundayo. Over a DJ Premier-esque Sweatbox production, the...Read More
Posted about 5 years ago by richard
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Jarren Benton
Oh, you want some more world premieres from ATL microphone-destroyer and DJBooth Freestyle rocker Jarren Benton after his last effort World Is Mine light up the Booth like the 4th of July? Your wish...Read More
Posted about 5 years ago by richard
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The Black Sunn
There’s nothing wrong with a good time, but unless you’re T-Pain, your life contains at least some measure of pain and struggle, and, unless you are T-Pain, you’re not T-Pain. Did that make...Read More
Posted about 5 years ago by richard
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Aleon Craft
Resting on one's laurels can be a dangerous thing, but there's nothing wrong with taking a moment to celebrate how far you've come – especially when the result of said celebration is as dope as...Read More
Posted about 5 years ago by richard
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Circa '87
As enjoyable as it can be to hear rappers fawn over their bankrolls, I personally find that obsessing over currency is a surefire way to send my stress level soaring; thus, I try to maintain an...Read More
Posted about 5 years ago by richard
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M-Dot
To paraphrase former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, there are known knowns, things we know we know, and known unknowns, things we know we don't know. But there are also unknown unknowns, things...Read More
Posted about 5 years ago by richard
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