Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - February 22, 2014

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Illmaculate
In The Matrix, Lawrence Fishburne offers Keanu Reeves a choice between the blue pill, which will allow him to return to a life of comfortable illusions, and the red pill, which will set him on the...Read More
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Rich Quick
Want to show that special someone how much you care this Valentine's Day, but aren't sure how to put your feelings into words? Well, you could always just say, “I love you.” (OK, you might want to...Read More
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SA-ROC
Written by the eponymous monarch around 1772 B.C., the Code of Hammurabi details the regulations that governed Mesopotamian society, and the punishments to be exacted on those who broke them....Read More
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Raz Simone
Back in January, when Raz Simone stepped into the Booth with Don't Shine, I noted the way in which the Seattle repper's passion for movie scores had influenced his sound. Little did I know, just a few...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Sidewalk Chalk
Liking bad music isn't a dealbreaker, but if you want me To Love You (as I am sure you all desperately want), you have to love hip-hop with a live instrumental twist. Lucky for you (or me), nearly...Read More
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Tech N9ne
When I hear the word “Fragile,” I think of my grandma's china, newborn babies and the like. I most definitely don't think of Tech N9ne's music, most of which is so hard-hitting and aggressive I'd...Read More
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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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Dunson
Last we heard from Dunson, on a fall 2013 LP single, his frustrations with the industry had his mind going in Circles. Oftentimes, romance offers an escape from the complexities of professional life,...Read More
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Karizma
If “bad” can mean good in hip-hop, who's to say “Sober” can't mean f**ked up? In any case, Karizma's clearly ain't using the term in its traditional sense, as his first Booth feature finds him...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Wes Period
How was your Velantine's Day—romantic? Full of red roses and heart-shaped boxes? Wes.'s was none of the above. On his first DJBooth feature and latest single, a V-Day leftover, the Golden State...Read More
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Jered Sanders
When first I glanced at the promo artwork for Jared Sanders's latest single, my second thought (after, “Hey, isn't that a red butterfly?”) was that it looked like the poster for a grisly horror...Read More
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REKS
When an emcee has as much to say as REKS, the 16-bar verse often seems like little more than a stultifying convention. Today, we get to hear what happens when the Boston rhymesayer breaks out of that...Read More
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Project Pat
In contemporary American society, it's common to tell kids that they can be anything they want to be, if they simply set their mind to it. Project Pat doesn't entirely agree. On a new single, the...Read More
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CYNE
Pronounced “sign,” Gainesville hip-hop trio CYNE's collective stage name is an initialism for “Cultivating Your New Experience.” Be that as may, their debut DJBooth feature is less concerned...Read More
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Prote-J
When one or both partners in a relationship begins to take the other for granted, a carefully-cultivated love can quickly deteriorate to the point of being irreparable. Floridian emcee/producer...Read More
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Nyzzy Nyce
As those who tuned in for Nyzzy Nyce's last feature already know, the Fort Wayne rhymesayer's Been Grindin' since he was in diapers. Now that he's finally starting to get his rightful shine, you'd...Read More
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Cole King
Be warned: if you're a twentysomething, this one may hit a little close to home. Coming on the heels of early February's Good at Being Single, this freshly-minted mixtape single finds the NYC...Read More
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Mike Beatz
Here in the The DJBooth, we are all hip-hop all the time, but that doesn't mean we don't like a little EDM and some rock, too; it just isn't very often that all three come rolled up into one hi-octane...Read More
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Art of Fresh
Hip-hop seems to be chock full of Champions; from Kevin Rudolf to Emilio Rojas, a whopping 28 artists have stepped into the Booth with records featuring that word in the title. The latest holders of...Read More
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Locksmith
Featured in January along with Brian Storm's official visuals, Locksmith's House of Games freestyle found him delivering relentless bars over an ominous boom-bap instrumental co-produced by himself...Read More
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Marion Write
Fifteen years ago this past Saturday, hip-hop legend Big L was killed by an unknown assailant in a drive-by shooting, at only 24 years of age. Vegas rhymesayer Marion Write honored the occasion by...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Buddy
No, Buddy's latest feature is not a tribute to the men who brought us You Got It (The Right Stuff), I'll Be Loving You Forever and other late-'80s/early-'90s pop hits. The Kids on the Block the...Read More
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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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