Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - February 08, 2014

February 10, 2014 Chart Recap*Last week’s......Read More

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Chuuwee
Oft imitated but never equaled, the DJBooth Freestyle Series ran from February 2009 through June 2011. Its 250 total entries were the work of a veritable who's-who of underground and emerging emcees,...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Grieves
Have two years really passed since Grieves last blessed our pages with a fresh feature? Indeed, to answer my own question, they have. Luckily for fans, the Rhymesayers signee and Seattle native hasn't...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Dangerflow
It's common knowledge that, when baby birds are ready to fly, the mother will encourage them to test their wings by punting them out of the nest. Common knowledge is, in this case, totally...Read More
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M.O.P.
If you ask me, this cut's name is a bit redundant. When you see “M.O.P.” and “Mobb Deep” on the title line, it's pretty much a given that what you're about to hear is Street Certified. On the...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Prote-J
Last we heard from Prote-J, it was August of 2012 and the Florida emcee/producer was expressing his disillusionment with the music industry on tension-fraught mixtape cut All of the Lies. What a...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Rich Quick
Rich Quick may be in a hurry to get his paper up, but that doesn't mean he's averse to a little rest and relaxation. On his latest promotional single, the Philly-based rhymesayer listens to a few...Read More
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Julian Malone
Like many creative individuals, Ju' Malone spends a lot of time with his head in the Clouds. And I don't mean that he's a daydreamer—though that may be true as well. The introductory track off the...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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G-Eazy
The anticipation for G-Eazy's next album, These Things Happen, must be killing those Booth readers who made him a Best of The Booth award winner in the Breaking Through in 2014 category. I'm sure more...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Joyner Lucas
Earlier this month, on reader-acclaimed promo single Lame Hoes, Joyner Lucas gave two-timing women a piece of his mind. On the newly-released follow-up, the Massachusetts-raised rhymesayer turns his...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Rapper Big Pooh
The label name Mello Music Group rolls right off the tongue, but I was far from "mellow" after word leaked that (the real) MMG signed a two project deal with legendary emcee Big Pooh (of Little...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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The Doppelgangaz
It ain't every day you hear a rapper waxing lustful about spider veins and crow's feet but, as far as The Doppelgangaz are concerned, those features are only add to a woman's appeal. Inspired by a...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Azad Right
Some rappers, whether because of their connections, their finances or their compatibility with the latest trends, have a relatively easy time getting on. Azad Right's never had any of the...Read More
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Mike Melinoe
Since the beginning of time rappers have reminded their audience about their hunger for success. Take Mike Melinoe for example. His stomach is growling so much, we might as well call him Starving...Read More
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Luke Christopher
Earlier this month, Luke Christopher earned rave Booth reviews for Broken People, an empathetic joint exploring the effects of emotional baggage on romantic relationships. Based on its chorus, a...Read More
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Jared Evan
It's never a good a idea to get involved with someone who treats his or her life as if it were a movie; while it might seem romantic at first, constant drama is never a good look. When they think...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Black Milk
Fresh off the autumn 2013 release of his latest full-length, No Poison, No Paradise, emcee/producer Black Milk has already buckled down to work on a forthcoming EP. While the newly-released lead...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Numonics
Thus far in 2014, Numonics has been spending his days crafting instrumentals for his next Booth-hosted mixtape, Bury Me in the Atlantic. And in the evenings? To paraphrase Bob Seger, the...Read More
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Gotham Green
Though realness is ostensibly prized highly in the rap game, plenty of fakes and liars manage to slip by without their claims being seriously examined. From now on, they won't be getting off quite so...Read More
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Prie
When you've got something good going on, what's the sense in being coy? You should Flash&Flaunt it, so the rest of the world can benefit from your gifts as well. Luckily for listeners in the Booth,...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Cole King
Based on the speed with which Dao Jones jumps from one girlfriend to the next, you might assume the NYC buzzmaker was bad at relationships. Au contraire—as he explains on his latest feature, he's...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard

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Jamall Bufford
No matter whether you're a rapper, an editor for The DJBooth or a Wall Street executive, you've gotta Eat. So feel free to follow my example and get up to grab a snack before settling in to enjoy...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Dag Savage
Update: We have added the Issei-directed visuals for Dag Savage's Don't Stop single, which were shot in Tokyo, Japan. Some (wise) artists choose quality over quantity, but most end up dropping a lot...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Raz Simone
Fresh off dazzling Boothgoers with video single Don't Shine, Emerald City fast-riser Raz Simone makes his return to our pages with another fresh cut off his next street album. Here, the 300 signee...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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