Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - December 14, 2013

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Vic Mensa
If I had to pack for a long trip, I would be sure to make up one Suitcase full of fully-charged iPods, containing nothing but Vic Mensa’s INNANETAPE and Chance The Rapper’s Acid Rap on them. Of...Read More
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PROF
When an artist steps into the Booth with a record titled The Reply, the obvious question is, “...the reply to whom?” In the case of PROF's new single and first Booth feature, released to coincide...Read More
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Soul Khan
2013 was a relatively quiet year for Brown Bag All Star Soul Khan, which is exactly why the emcee has decided to drop off his first new single of the calender year before we flip the page. Though his...Read More
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¡MAYDAY!
2013 was a great year for Strange Music-signed crew ¡MAYDAY! Their summer album, Believers, was a huge success; just look at those ratings! To celebrate, they've dropped a video for Mortuary Mary, a...Read More
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Rich Quick
Oft imitated but never equaled, the DJBooth Freestyle Series ran from February 2009 through June 2011. Its 250 total entries came courtesy of a veritable who's-who of underground and emerging emcees,...Read More
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Devin Miles
During the hours after midnight, when most of us are fast asleep, underground emcees are struggling to keep bleary eyes open as they lay down the final verses of the evening—or, technically, the...Read More
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Isaac Castor
Oft imitated but never equaled, the DJBooth Freestyle Series ran from February 2009 through June 2011. Its 250 total entries came courtesy of a veritable who's-who of underground and emerging emcees,...Read More
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Dizzy Wright
If your job involves putting pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard), you'll inevitably have those days when the words just aren't coming. Unless you're Dizzy Wright, apparently. On new single No...Read More
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STS
Smooth, fun, refreshing and squeaky clean—What More Can I Say about the latest feature from S.T.S? I should call him by his full name, Sugar Tongue Slim, because his flow is something sweet. Backed...Read More
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NIKO IS
It has been a hot minute since we last heard from NIKO IS; his last Booth feature, Crazy, hit our front page in April. It looks like he has awoken from his slumber and is now planning to kick off 2014...Read More
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Chase N. Cashe
What are you craving, Booth readers—a fresh cut from Chase N. Cashe? I Can Do That. (If that wasn't your answer, sorry, you're gonna have to fend for yourself.) On his latest promotional single,...Read More
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The Airplane Boys
On their last feature, Toronto's Airplane Boys declared themselves Young Kings. Now, they're on the lookout for women worthy of becoming their queens. A possible inclusion on the twosome's next...Read More
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Foreign Allegiance
The Foreign Allegiance may be Booth newcomers on the solo tip, but they've already earned high praise on our pages; back in June, the Flint, Michigan production crew crafted the reader-acclaimed beat...Read More
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D-WHY
It ain't a coincidence that D-WHY shares a first name with one of the most famous monarchs in Old Testament history; already royalty in his own mind, the West Virginia-bred rhymesayer plans to make...Read More
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Nicky D's
Today, I found out there was a Grammy category called Best Recording Package, which essentially is the award for best artwork. I know it's too late to add a nominee this year, but I hope the academy...Read More
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Talib Kweli
The rap game could use a few New Leaders—and you shouldn't count Talib Kweli out of the running just because he's been in the game for a minute. On the latest single off his fifth full-length, the...Read More
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Fredo Santana
Guess what, readers: I just vibed out to a new single from Fredo Santana, featuring guest bars from none other than Kendrick Lamar. You Jealous? Well don't be, because the cut's now available in the...Read More
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Shad
Take it from someone who knows: there is so much music released on a daily basis that it can be overwhelming. Some songs are forgettable, but you are going to want to at least Remember to Remember...Read More
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Gee Watts
Today, a Sunday, is the perfect day for a new song release from Gee Watts. For maximum enjoyment we suggest you slide into your Sunday best, say a prayer or two and then get ready to be taken to...Read More
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Murph Watkins
Seeking something mellow and relaxing to rotate while you're “ridin' down the Avenue?” Look no further. The breezy feel of Chi-town buzzmaker Murphy Watkins's latest promo single may be...Read More
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The Doppelgangaz
Fresh off lending their flows to R U Gonna Eat That, the Thanksgiving-themed video single from Marco Polo, The Doppelgangaz bounce back with the first official single off their next street album....Read More
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G-Eazy
The title of G-Eazy's latest single explains why I’m leaving home to become a stewardess. Sorry; when I see a record titled Almost Famous, I can’t help but think about the classic flick by Cameron...Read More
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Clyde Shankle
Oft imitated but never equaled, the DJBooth Freestyle Series ran from February 2009 through June 2011. Its 250 total entries came courtesy of a veritable who's-who of underground and emerging emcees,...Read More
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