Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - December 19, 2010

December 20, 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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Yonas
After seeing how effectively Yonas stirred Booth readers' hearts with his last feature, Nobody Else, I got to thinking: if the Northeastern buzzmaker channeled that inspirational energy into a...Read More
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Planet Asia
Aside from a recent guest appearance on Mean Doe Green's Blue Ribbon Rap, underground mainstay Planet Asia's been absent from the Booth for a lo-o-o-ng time. Seriously – last we heard from him, Bush...Read More
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Young Scolla
On Success/Failure, featured last week, Booth favorite Young Scolla joined forces with PHZ-Sicks to do battle with self-doubt and insecurity. Looks like the Motown native succeeded in dispatching...Read More
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K. Sparks
Originally featured in '09 as part of the artist's legendary Manic Mondays series, A Day in the Life inclusion Let Me Fly found Queens phenom K. Sparks celebrating music's power to lift us above the...Read More
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Grynch
The days are getting shorter, college students are neck-deep in finals and (depending on where you are) it's freaking freezing outside... in other words, it's the perfect time to listen to songs about...Read More
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Young Chris
Since it's been nearly two years since the Young Gunz member last stepped into the Booth with a solo feature, fans may well be wondering, “Is Young Chris still on that Philly Sh*t?” If that's the...Read More
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Jake Broido
I'm sure it's possible to sound bad flowing over a Marvin Gaye sample – hell, ask me to drop a freestyle over it and I guarantee it will be bad – but, assuming a baseline level of competence, it's...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
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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
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Voli
There are rappers who just so happen to rhyme over great music. Then there are great musicians who just so happen to rap. It’s rare to find an artist who can do both, but with a record like Here,...Read More
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Shane Eli
Considering that a knack for narrative is one of the hallmarks of a top-tier emcee, it should come as no surprise that The Push emcee Shane Eli's latest effort (a Booth-exclusive world premiere!)...Read More
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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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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
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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
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Mikkey Halsted
Only rappers seem to feel the need to rep for their city; you never hear Jason Mraz throwing down for Mechanicsville, Virginia. But whatever the roots of this geographic hip-hop phenomenon, Mikkey...Read More
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D-WHY
As loath as some are to admit it, us human beings ain't nothing but a bunch of hairless, bipedal primates. Far from being ashamed of that heritage, Booth newcomer D-Why is one homo sapien who takes...Read More
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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
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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
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