Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - January 24, 2010

January 25, 2010 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Nappy Roots
As if previously-leaked cuts The Make Believer (w/ Tanya Morgan) and Deer Mama (w/ Yelawolf) weren't enough to get listeners buzzing about SMKA and their forthcoming street album, the up-and-coming...Read More
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The Canz
Way back in 1994, Jamaican dancehall veteran Ini Kamoze earned his one and, to date, only Billboard #1 hit with Here Comes the Hotsteppa, a Salaam Remi-produced single off his '95 full-length of the...Read More
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KM
If you don't want to burn out your retinas, now would be a good time to grab some shades – or a welder's mask. As the up-and-coming emcee explains on new mixtape leak (and Booth debut) Star, Tha...Read More
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Joe Budden
Joe Budden’s never been a pacifist, but even for him he’s been on a particular rampage lately. The latest addition to Budden's enormous “tracks where rappers get served hard” catalog is...Read More
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Belly
Featured back in August, the lead single off Belly's forthcoming sophomore set saw the Juno Award-winning rapper spitting game to a Hot Girl, assisted by West Coast icon Snoop Dogg. Fast-forward three...Read More
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Rhymefest
Today, as we stare down a new offering from Chicago representer Rhymefest, we find ourselves in a classic good news, bad news situation. The bad news? Creative differences caused Fest to split with J...Read More
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Freeway
On his last feature, unreleased cut Love Is a Battlefield, Freeway aired his thoughts on everything from inner-city violence to the bad blood between Jay-Z and Beanie Sigel but, besides mentioning...Read More
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K. Sparks
In light of the unfathomable pain that has recently been afflicted upon those in Haiti, many are sympathetic, compelled to feel pity for the victims of the disaster. However, where sympathy fails to...Read More
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Beyond Belief
On January 12, 2010, at 4:53 pm local time, the earth began to shake underneath the people of Haiti, and by the time the earth had calmed, less than a minute later, their lives lay in ruins. In the...Read More
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Joell Ortiz
Barack and Michelle, Jordan and Pippen, Snoop Dogg and marijuana, all duos that not only made each other better but changed their respective games. To that list we can now safely add Brooklyn...Read More
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Mike Dreams
Cynics, now would be a good time to step away from your computer; the dose of musical positivity Mike Dreams delivers on the latest (and probably final) single/leak off his long-awaited debut album is...Read More
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Saheed
No matter how hard you try to keep it positive, there are always those days (or weeks, or months...) when everything's a drag and it feels like your life's on the slow train to nowhere; few, however,...Read More
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Feroz
First things first: if you, like me, could go the rest of your life without hearing another screech from Axl Rose, feel free to breathe a sigh of relief; Gunz & Rozes, the inaugural leak from East...Read More
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Basic Vocab
Ever since the 1914 passage of the Harrison Narcotics Tax Act, it's been illegal for physicians to prescribe narcotics for the purpose of maintaining a patient's addiction. Fortunately, music is not a...Read More
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Statik Selektah
For me, nightmares are nowhere near as upsetting as the really good dreams – you know, the ones where you win the lottery or Beyoncé asks you to Sadie Hawkins, and your first thought upon waking...Read More
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Jay Beretta
When it comes to music, I like my tracks like most women like their intimate encounters: I don’t want a two minute song, and if I do come across one, it better be pretty damn good. With that in...Read More
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K-Beta
Like the Madden curse, the “most underrated rapper” tag has been known to cripple the careers of up-and-coming emcees, so I’m going to avoid burdening K-Beta with the weighty label. Instead,...Read More
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TreaZon
When Nathan S. first slid TreaZon’s new leak my way he said it was “something different,” and after one listen that description proved to be pretty damn accurate (go figure). While we’ve seen...Read More
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The Freshmen
As Michael “Mike Dreams” Hannah recently observed over on RefinedHype.com, the music game is looking more like high school with every passing day. Thus, it was only a matter of time before a group...Read More
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