Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - January 23, 2011

January 24, 2011 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Saigon
Wait, could it really be? Could Saigon’s uber-ironically titled album The Greatest Story Never Told, an album whose delays reached Detox proportions, finally be hitting the shelves? You’re damn...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
2
Wax
On Booth debut, Music and Liquor, SoCal representative Wax spit a brutally honest chronicle of his struggles with the bottle, earning high reader praise for both his skills and his realness. Well,...Read More
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3
Talib Kweli
“If skills sold, truth be told, I’d probably be, lyrically, Talib Kweli…,” stated the God MC, Jay-Z, back in 2003. But for all their difference, Jay and Kweli have both achieved one of the...Read More
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4
Neako
Last we heard from DJBooth Freestyle alum Neako he was roaming DJBooth’s pages like Warren G and Nate Dogg, ready to Regulate and telling every hater he encountered along the way Wzup. Now the New...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
5
LA & Mr. Music
Considering the stage name, I probably don't need to tell you that rapper LA and his partner, producer/hookman, Mr. Music hail from... Chicago? Huh. That's a little unintuitive. So, does that mean...Read More
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6
Julian Young
In the history of a doomed relationship, there comes a point when one can no longer shake off the feeling that things really aren't gonna work out. Typically, that comes before the other person stops...Read More
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7
¡MAYDAY!
It goes without saying that life has its ups, and its downs – and, in order to stay sane and productive, we each have to find and perfect our own methods of turning the latter into the former. For...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
8
Clinton Sparks
From DJ Clue? in the 90s to DJ Khaled in the 2000s, DJs have always built homes for dope emcees to live in, and it’s nice to see that nothing’s changed in the new decade. Now in 2011, we still...Read More
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9
Radio Ramone
Good lord, has it really been a year since Radio Ramone graced our frontpage for the first (and, to date, last) time? With fellow Vegas representatives Marion Write and Nique regularly making waves in...Read More
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10
Doey Rock
Street smarts, know-how, savoir faire; whatever you call it, Mean Doe Green's got it. On his latest single (a Booth-exclusive world premiere!), the Cali representative formerly known as Doey Rock...Read More
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11
Travis Davon (aka Bossman)
To keep it one-hundred, I'm not a big believer in conspiracy theories; I think they're just stories people tell to distract themselves from the terrifying possibility that nobody's behind the wheel....Read More
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12
Jarren Benton
Even in a rap game crowded with larger-than-life personalities, Jarren Benton's burning desire to be the center of attention sets him apart from the pack. Listeners hooked by the ATLien's outrageous...Read More
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13
J NICS
If you're anything like me (and I know y'all aspire to be just like me), then Slumber is something that you didn't get nearly enough of anoche. While a couple more hours of shut-eye may not be an...Read More
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14
Blood Type
If you are unfamiliar with Blood Type, allow me to introduce two young men on a mission to become the forerunners of the creative commercial hip hop movement. With the release of their new song, I...Read More
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15
Jeff Chery
In the music game, artists are often so eager to get a leg up that they don't stop to think about precisely who they're dealing with. Not Jeff Chery; sharper than your average emcee, the freestyle...Read More
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16
Jon Hope
Over the past few years hip-hop has slowly moved from a music that celebrates partying to one that celebrates liver-destroying binge drinking. It’s no longer enough to simply pop bottles, you have...Read More
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17
Phil Adé
Phil Adé just can’t stop releasing dopeness. After dropping The Letterman, hosted by Don Cannon, the question is no longer whether DJBooth Freestyle alum Phil Adé is ready for the industry, the...Read More
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18
Freeway
After belching away the last bubbles of NYE champagne and sweeping up pieces of shot glasses, the next thing on the "hate to do" list is to see what kind of trash piled up in my inbox. Luckily,...Read More
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19
 Gilbere Forte'
Gilbere Forte's built up such a reputation for eclecticism in the Booth that my habit of remarking on his unpredictability whenever he drops a new record has, in itself, become kinda predictable. For...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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