Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - December 04, 2011

December 5, 2011 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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OCD: Moosh & Twist
Just who is Tommy Bundy? A mix of fashion icon Tommy Hilfiger and infamous serial killer Ted Bundy perhaps? Or maybe a blend of Oakland Raiders linemen Tommy Kelly and ‘90s sitcom dad Al Bundy? Then...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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King Mez
In dozens of Booth-featured cuts, an exclusive freestyle and two mixtape releases (The King's Khrysis and The Paraplegics), it's never occurred to me to wonder what King Mez was supposed to be king...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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Fashawn
Currently hard at work on the follow-up to 2009's Boy Meets World--one of the most acclaimed rap debuts in recent memory--Fashawn is taking a moment to sip some bubbly, celebrate his successes to...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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hasHBrown
With his new album's release just a week away, hasHBrown returns to bless our eardrums with yet another single off the project. On This Is It, Tommy Bumps' Southern-fried sample work sets the stage as...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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Ceez (Cesar Luciano)
Fresh off making one of the most-acclaimed Booth debuts in recent memory with Lets Ride, Cesar Luciano returns with the freshly-minted follow-up--an exclusive world premiere. On Lights Down, Marv X's...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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D. Cash
Recognizing the importance of positive self-talk, Miami newcomer D. Cash takes his first Booth feature as an opportunity to give himself a lyrical pat on the back. On street-ready mixtape single The...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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Emilio Rojas
Whether the revolution is actually coming or today’s global unrest will turn out to be a historical footnote, there’s no denying that from Oscar Grant protests in Oakland to Occupy Wall Street,...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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Ron Artiste
No, the renowned baller, courtside brawler, rapper and label exec formerly known as Ron Artest hasn't decided to breathe new life into his music career by changing his name to the slightly posher...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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SmCity
If you aspire to be a clued-in hip-hop head, you'd better have at least one of your eyes (and, if possible, an ear or two) glued to SmCity; with the kind of moves the Washington, D.C. representer's...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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Dave New York
Just how devoted is Booth newcomer Dave New York to his craft? On Music's All I Got, the latest leak off his forthcoming compilation, the Northeastern spitter reveals that, as far as he's concerned,...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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DJ Nu-Mark
In the words of the Grateful Dead, what a long, dope road it’s been. Ok, so maybe that’s not exactly how Jerry Garcia and company put it, but that’s what they would have said if they wrote...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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Raekwon
A standout track off '09 Wu-Tang compilation Chamber Music, Ill Figures found Raekwon sharing the mic with three fellow pioneers of the Northeastern gangsta/hardcore style: Brownsville,...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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Strong Arm Steady Gang
Saying your song is a Classic may not necessarily make it so, but there's something to be said for setting expectations—provided, of course, you have the skills to meet and/or exceed them. In the...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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King Chip
Considering his last DJBooth feature, Chip Tha Ripper should have a full compliment of women – in fact an astounding 25 Wives – eager and waiting to cater to his ever need, but just in case his...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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Soul Khan
The #OccupyWallStreet movement has raised myriad well-founded gripes with our current system: unemployment, poor wages, crippling student loan/mortgage debt, slashed budgets and upward income...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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Yonas
Though Yonas certainly hasn't been slacking off in the Booth of late, the NYC phenom recently got back into the studio full-time and is preparing for a big musical "push" in the coming...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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Emilio Rojas
When a song is titled High Level Sh*t, you're setting yourself up for a lot of criticism if you don't deliver. However, Emillio Rojas doesn't have much to worry about. On his new stand alone cut with...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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King Los
It's been a few months since Los stepped into the Booth with a fresh solo feature (Finally Here hit our front page in July), but don't get it twisted --the Baltimore spitter (and freestyle series...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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Von Avery
A member of Saturday Youth Music Group, an in-house production label responsible for the beats behind cuts by Mac Miller, Sir Michael Rocks and more, Von Avery steps into the Booth spotlight with...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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