Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - February 24, 2013

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KYLE
Breaking into choreographed dance routines on the baseball field, bragging about eating Cheetos in the studio—these aren't the actions of a man who's afraid to be himself. Introduced to our pages...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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Tyler, The Creator
About the only thing you can expect from Tyler, The Creator (or anyone else in OF for that matter) is that you will never know what to expect. His latest, the first single off his new album Wolf,...Read More
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Myke Bogan
This may be the first time you encounter the name Myke Bogan, but it won't be the last. In fact, if he has anything to say about it, people will be discussing him in reverent tones thousands of years...Read More
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Joey BadA$$
While mainstream music and major labels still dominate the airwaves, the underground hip-hop scene is alive and well, providing real rap to those who are in dire need of music with substance and...Read More
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R.J. & Technique
Whenever you see a sign that says "Keep Off The Grass," what is the first thing that you do? If you are like me, and pretty much every other rationally-thinking person, then you'd immediately get your...Read More
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Ghostface Killah
Whether hero or villain, every comic-book icon needs a dramatic origin story. Thus, it's only right that on the first single off the Wu Tang veteran's 10th solo album, one version of which which will...Read More
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Chamillionaire
Success in the game may not happen Overnight, but a new Booth feature from Chamillionaire evidently can. Fresh off yesterday's release of EP single Hold Up, the H-Town stalwart has already bounced...Read More
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Macklemore x Ryan Lewis
Sometimes I wonder just how the Seattle bred Irishman Macklemore does what he does. Coming off his most recent release, Same Love, which eloquently addressed the underlying issues associated with...Read More
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Quake Matthews
Not everything that glitters is gold, and not every female rocking a mink coat is a goddess. An underground rhymesayer hailing from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Quake Matthews tells the story of a young...Read More
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Tha Joker
Booth newcomer Tha Joker might be on the fast track to success, with his latest single featuring both Tito Lopez and Booth favorite, Big K.R.I.T, but rest assured that no matter how much success the...Read More
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Hoodie Allen
It's difficult to achieve celebrity status, much less enjoy life in the spotlight, without an unhealthy amount of arrogance, narcissism, and entitlement. As rap buzzmaker Hoodie Allen puts it on his...Read More
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Flatbush ZOMBiES
Flatbush Zombies have been the recipients of some serious hype following the release of their debut street album, summer 2012's D.R.U.G.S.--and, as far as they're concerned, their buzz couldn't be...Read More
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HD
Emcees are no stranger to hyperbole; obviously Drake can't have this sh*t forever and Kendrick isn’t really dying of thirst. While most dramatically embellish, DJBooth newbie HD does the exact...Read More
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Mike Stud
I can't speak to your tastes, but smooth vocals that are used to paint vivid pictures over a simple yet effective guitar-reliant beat is Perfect For Me. Good thing Mike Stud has all that and more on...Read More
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Jared Evan
For many recording artists on the rise, the path to success is so long and winding that they start to feel like kids on a cross-country road trip. Multi-talented reader fave Jared Evan is evidently...Read More
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OCD: Moosh & Twist
Although it’s been over a year since we featured Hold It Down from Philly duo OCD: Moosh & Twist, the song still in my regular rotation. It even made its way onto my iPhone (something I only do when...Read More
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SHI 360
One of the chief architects of the hip-hop scene in his native Israel as well as a major player in his adopted home of Montreal, SHI 360 introduces his internationally-renowned lyrical stylings to our...Read More
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KAZE
Have you been looking for something new to add to your music collection to get you through the final stretch of this long, cold winter? Well, you can stop Searching right now, because KAZE has just...Read More
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The Procussions
In late 2012, Mr. J. Medeiros and Stro Elliot of Colorado crew The Procussions promised to rejoin forces for their first joint LP in seven years if their fans were willing to invest $10,000 in the...Read More
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Kevin Gates
Honestly, I hadn't heard of Kevin Gates before today, but almost instantly I have become a fan; the man's got flow for days and a very smooth voice. Earlier this month, Gates partnered with rap (and...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard

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Joshua Gunn
If you are a hip-hop fan who doesn't know where Joshua Gunn drew inspiration from for his latest single, Cash Rule$, then I suggest hitting the hip-hop history books, because C.R.E.A.M has been and...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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Chance the Rapper
When Chance the Rapper kicked off his 2013, he'd been sipping on that Juice—sipping a little toomuch, judging by the entertainingly discombobulated flows and erratic body movements he exhibited on...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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The Regiment
Suffering from an acute lack of dope underground rhymes? That's a problem, no doubt—fortunately, Detroit rap crew The Regiment have The Solution. Premiered last week by Kevin Nottingham on WRAP.fm's...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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