Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - February 06, 2011

February 7, 2011 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Kidz In The Hall
This week’s serving of Brain Candy, The Kidz in the Hall’s new weekly series, simply pays homage to “the dope sh*t.” With contributions from New Orleans’ Curren$y and the always-thoughtful...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Joe Budden
It's been a long winter for all of America, from Chicago to Atlanta and everywhere in between. Perhaps that's why we're starting to hear songs that reflect the residual effects of “Cuffin' Season”...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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King Mez
After a brief hiatus on the Booth (it’s been two months since Hoppin Over Fences), things are looking up for North Carolina native and Booth Freestyle vet King Mez. With a project set to release and...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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 Gilbere Forte'
Gilbere Forte is a star on the rise, and hip-hop is only the horizon. His resume on the Booth is as diverse as it is impressive, and with tracks from Kanye West (Alors on Danse) to STS (My Time), you...Read More
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Kendrick Lamar
Kendrick Lamar has always stood up for what he believes and has always been able to deliver that statement in his rhymes. So with the second part of Vanity Slave released today, Kendrick, with the...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Macklemore x Ryan Lewis
For a kid brought up on hoop dreams, a fresh pair of kicks can seem as magical as Perseus' winged sandals – the only difference is, instead of flying home victorious with a gorgon's head as your...Read More
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Freeway
One's a grizzled veteran who's seen it all, the other a precociously talented youngster only beginning to learn the ways of the game... no, I'm not describing the plot of the latest buddy-cop movie...Read More
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K. Sparks
New York's own K. Sparks has built a reputation, to say the least, for consistently dropping fresh music specifically for the hip-hop fiend. If you enjoyed hip-hop’s 90s era, and somehow managed to...Read More
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Stalley
There’s nothing quite like cruising in a fitted ride and catching eyes as you drive through. While the best I’ve been able to do was call shotgun in a friend’s vehicle (just as much fun, none of...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Cole King
Dao Jones' first Booth feature, EP outtake Ayo, earned the full spectrum of reader/staff reviews, with some praising the Big Apple native's lyrically defiant (and defiantly lyrical) style and others...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Q Da Kid
When Q Da Kid first appeared on our pages, way back in ’07 with From Da Bottom 2 Da Top, he was hailed by some as rap’s savior. While fate hasn’t yet dealt him that ambitious hand, the Brooklyn...Read More
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Nike Nando
Feeling run-down? Need a little pick-me-up? Well, you've come to the right place; I don't know how he did it, but Nike Nando seems to have captured a ray of sunshine on wax with his latest single,...Read More
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Koncept
The 226th entry in DJBooth.net and StreetAmmo's Exclusive Freestyle Series comes courtesy of Koncept, the NYC native (and Brown Bag All-Stars member) who earned reader approval for mixtape leak Day...Read More
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Phil Adé
If you can squeeze out four stars from a review by Nathan S., you’re doing pretty well for yourself (ask the Shop Boyz about that, if you can find them). In that case Booth-favorite Phil Adé is...Read More
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Slaine
The 225th entry in DJBooth.net and StreetAmmo's Exclusive Freestyle Series comes courtesy of Slaine, the Northeastern vet previously introduced to readers as one-fifth of underground supergroup La...Read More
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Theo Martins
With Valentine's Day fast approaching, it seems like everyone has romance on the brain – well, everyone except Theo Martins. Mixtape leak Lo Fi Love finds the R.I. repper expressing his feelings not...Read More
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Young Scolla
Thought Booth favorite Young Scolla sounded confident on his last feature, the Lyriciss-assisted On My Way? Well, you ain't heard nothing yet; on new single Built for It, the freestyle alumnus...Read More
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Cymarshall Law
If I can find one or two tracks that I really personally enjoy each week, I consider it a win for team me. Thanks to Cymarshall Law, I can chalk up a W for the first week in February. The highly...Read More
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Pharoahe Monch
When legendary underground emcee Pharoahe Monch released War back in July, the first record we’d heard from the man in years, DJBooth Nation was overwhelmingly excited to hear new music....and then...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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