Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - December 12, 2010

December 13, 2010 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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KXNG CROOKED
One of the first to utilize a weekly series, a marketing tool that’s now become overwhelmingly popular, Crooked I has built a foundation that established him as a west coast godfather and...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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David Dallas
For those not conveniently located in a hip-hop hotspot, making it to the musical Big Time often means leaving familiar surroundings behind and journeying far from home. How far? Try 8,831 miles –...Read More
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Soulbrotha
There are days when Chuck D's famous statement that rap is “the black CNN” seems a little over-generous (Since when is “I'm fly” headline news?), but this is not one of them. In fact, I'd...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Saigon
Saigon is upset. I mean, I’m as concerned with the future of hip hop as the next guy, but I think Saigon is losing sleep over this stuff. I know we got a bubble-gum rap epidemic on our hands but...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Bryant Stewart
With Nelly pushing the pop angle harder than ever, and the rest of the city's representatives flying largely under the radar, the time seems ripe for the emergence of a St. Louis emcee whose M.O. is...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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DJ EFN
If there's one thing mob movies have taught us, it's that there's no escaping from your past; no matter how far you run, family ties will pull you back into the fray. A Miami mixtape mainstay (and...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Fashawn
First Dirty Money, then Vonnegutt; what's with all the home oriented records? Whatever. If this is what's happening in the hood, I'll take DJBooth Freestyle Alum Fashawn's Going Home record over the...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Rasi Caprice
If you follow musical copyright battles, you know that tangling with the Stones (or, more specifically, their rights-holders) is as dangerous as... well... Playing With Fire; just ask Lil Wayne, who...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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¡MAYDAY!
Either the haters are getting really lazy or ¡MAYDAY!'s latest mixtape is a genuinely flawless musical masterpiece; more than two months after its release, Lords of the Fly has yet to receive a...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Kid Sister
I love surprises. Actually, let me rephrase that. I hate surprises when they come in the form of, say, a flat tire or a overdraft fees, but when they involve new music from Kid Sister, the Chicago...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Skyzoo
Is it possible to improve on a masterwork of freshness like Speakers on Blast, single number two off Skyzoo and !llmind's recent collaborative debut? Having meditated on the matter for 40 days and 40...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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John Public
We all know John Public is frugal, but just how frugal is he? Not only does the Jersey City buzzmaker rock a thrift-store wardrobe, but he forgoes pricey off-the-shelf time in favor of lightly-used...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Emilio Rojas
Ah, dysfunctional relationships. They’re the best. (Except for, you know, functional relationships.) As anyone who’s been following Emilio Rojas’ music knows, the DJBooth Freestyle alum tends to...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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The Pricks
I’d be a lying pr*ck if I said I was prepared for what popped up today in my inbox. That’s right, The Pricks are here with their first Booth feature, and man is it eclectic (what else would you...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Nappy Roots
I've got a confession to make, Booth readers: this year, for what I'm pretty sure is the first time, Christmas carols don't make me want to deafen myself with knitting needles. Whether it's the...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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King Mez
Good things come to those who wait, or more importantly here, to those who consistently throw down sick lines. Case in point, King Mez, the rapper and Booth favorite who was recently sponsored by...Read More
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John Public
As the stage name suggests, Jersey native John Public is all about giving voice to the unsung (and un-rapped) masses. Fresh off speaking truth to power on a Veteran's Day revamp of Freedom People, the...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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The Outlawz
The Outlawz refuse to fade. More than a decade since we first heard the west coast crew riding with Pac, and more than two years after their last DJBooth feature (‘08s We Want In), emcees Kastro,...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Yonas
Though Yonas' last feature found him showcasing his Stupid Brilliance, the NYC buzzmaker's knack for dropping rhymes so dumb they're genius shouldn't overshadow the fact that, when he wants to be,...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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