Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - January 11, 2014

January 13, 2014 Chart Recap*Two new features, Nemo......Read More

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Nemo Achida
Snapchat, sexting and other technological innovations have made it easier than ever to get freaky without the muss and fuss of physical intimacy, but Nemo Achida still prefers the Hands On approach....Read More
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Fundament
Oft imitated but never equaled, the DJBooth Freestyle Series ran from February 2009 through June 2011. Its 250 total entries came courtesy of a veritable who's-who of underground and emerging emcees,...Read More
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Truck North
Since Lords of the Underground dropped their third single back in 1993, rappers have zealously competed for the position of number one Chief Rocka. On his first feature of 2014, Truck North makes a...Read More
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DJ Pain1
Hip-hop is full of motivational bangers exhorting listeners to reach for the stars and turn their fantasies into reality. DJ Pain1's latest feature (a Booth-exclusive world premiere!) ain't one of...Read More
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JR Writer
Seriously, is there anything better than listening to a veteran emcee go to their bread and butter? If you agree with me (of course, you do) than you will love the latest cut from JR Writer. The...Read More
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Vic Mensa
If I had to pack for a long trip, I would be sure to make up one Suitcase full of fully-charged iPods, containing nothing but Vic Mensa’s INNANETAPE and Chance The Rapper’s Acid Rap on them. Of...Read More
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Alexander Spit
Whether it's fond memories from family trips or simply the fact that I don't have to clean up after myself, I've always found hotel stays fun and relaxing. Alexander Spit is a different story;...Read More
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The Palmer Squares
If you live in the Midwest or on the East Coast, you have been thinking one thing and one thing only lately: "F**k, It's Cold!" Since listening to Bob Marley or the Beach Boys will only make you want...Read More
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Chris Morris
Not glimpsed on our front page since October of 2012, when he earned reader acclaim for Booth debut Focused, Chris Morris returns to re-introduce himself with a fresh song release off his next EP....Read More
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Isaiah Rashad
Heading into 2014, all eyes are on TDE. SchoolBoy Q's Oxymoron sounds like it could be one of the biggest albums of the year, and Kendrick also has a new LP in the works. Amid all this excitement over...Read More
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Herbal T
Wax and Herbal T: rap game Olsen twins. While you might think you are tripping or still drunk from New Year's Eve, don't worry; that isn't really Booth favorite Wax, but rather his twin brother (hence...Read More
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Kato
Sometimes, excessive features are used to cover up some sort of shortcoming in a song. Sometimes, however, a beat is just so damn epic, it deserves a few extra emcees. The latter is clearly the case...Read More
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Swollen Members
Why risk getting trampled at your local big box store this Friday, when you can purchase gifts for all the hip-hop lovers in your life from the comfort of your own home? To build anticipation for the...Read More
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Rapsody
Over the last two weeks and change, heads in The DJBooth and beyond have been nodding along to warm-weather bangers from each member of the Jamla Records stable. Considering the uniformly stellar...Read More
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SA-ROC
Plenty of rappers are nice on the mic, but precious few achieve True Mastery of their craft. Booth newcomer SA-ROC believes she's one of that rare breed and, whether or not you agree with her...Read More
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Run The Jewels
Some guns go “bang bang;” others are more like “brrrap.” Killer Mike and El-P of Run The Jewels are apparently packing lasers because, on the first feature of 2014, their nines go “Pew Pew...Read More
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First Division
Update: We have added the Demerara J-directed, Bill Howard-edited visuals for First Division's Life & Death. For Shylow and Expertise of First Division, hip-hop music is a matter of Life & Death. And...Read More
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Village Of Pharaohs
First in Flight State crew Village of Pharaohs ended 2013 on a contemplative note, examining the motivations behind their hustle and striving to cultivate a mindstate conducive to success in December...Read More
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Jourdan Jackson
Today, The DJBooth is receiving a visit from three kings—and, like the wise men of Christmas tradition, they come bearing gifts. Instead of the Orient, though, Booth newcomer Jourdan Jackson and his...Read More
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Koncept
In 2013, Red Bull Records invited Brooklyn emcee Koncept to L.A. to spend a week in their world-class studio. After due consideration, he decided the opportunity would be best used to create his first...Read More
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Nicholas May
Tomorrow might be New Year's Eve, but today feels more like Valentine's Day, thanks to Booth newcomer Nicholas May. The Chi-town emcee is sure to make you Fall in Love with this impressive debut....Read More
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G-Eazy
The title of G-Eazy's latest single explains why I’m leaving home to become a stewardess. Sorry; when I see a record titled Almost Famous, I can’t help but think about the classic flick by Cameron...Read More
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Hodgie
The holidays are over and it's time to get back to work and school and all those pesky obligations we've been putting off. The silver lining is that rappers, too, are getting back to work, which means...Read More
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