Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - January 29, 2012

January 30, 2012 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Yonas
With his version of Foster the People's Pumped Up Kicks, Yonas put his mark on the biggest sleeper hit of 2011—and earned the Booth staff's Best Remix of 2011 nod for his troubles. Not quite as...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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Kid Ink
Update: Click "Listen Now" above to watch Kid Ink's "Time of Your Life" video. Ladies and gentlemen, I'm not exaggerating when I say you'll have the Time of Your Life listening to Kid Ink's latest...Read More
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K. Sparks
Ready for a whirlwind history lesson, brought to you by Wikipedia? Good. Established in 1920 under the ownership of heavyweight boxer Jack Johnson (but taken over by bootlegger and gangster Owney...Read More
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The Pro Letarians
In Karl Marx's (in)famous theoretical writings, the father of communism describes how the proletarians (or wage laborers) will use their strength in numbers to seize the means of production from the...Read More
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ScHoolboy Q
Based on Schoolboy Q’s previous releases – Blessed and Grooveline Pt. 1 – the SoCal emcee’s been taking a laid back approach to his Habits & Contradictions album. But Q’s here to make sure...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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The Cranberry Show
Update: Click "Watch Video" above to view the Young Focus-directed video. Sharp and bitter where their peers are sweet and tart, the cranberry is the definition of an acquired taste; once you've...Read More
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Sean Rose
On his last feature Sean Rose declared himself to be Fearless, but today he proves it on Tomorrow, making its world premiere right here, right now. After all, not many rappers would be brave, and...Read More
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Knowledge Medina
Having garnered, respectively, 4.4 and 4.0-star average ratings for Dead or Alive and You Don't Really Care, Knowledge Medina only needs one more reader-acclaimed record to achieve a hat trick in the...Read More
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¡MAYDAY!
I think a new genre of music is being born up under our noses and we just haven't given it the proper fitting. Bands dressed as rappers with instruments are taking over everything we ever knew and...Read More
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Nick Pratt
Remember Mac & Me, the critically-panned E.T. the Extraterrestrial ripoff in which a wheelchair-bound youth helps to reunite a Skittles and Coca-Cola-loving alien with his family? Of course you...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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Phresh James
Released via our mixtape page last week, Phresh James' latest street album has lived up to its title, garnering Universal L[o]ve from the Booth readership. If all those four and five-star reviews...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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Marion Write
It's indisputable. Marion Write's been killing it in the lead-up to his new, Booth-hosted full-length. As a matter of fact, he's been doing it so big that, on the second official single off the...Read More
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Saigon
Update: Click "Watch Now" above to view Saigon's 159 Films-directed "Women Are the New Dogs" video. With his latest street album just a day away from release, Saigon is amping up anticipation with...Read More
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Honors English
Much has been made of the way hip-hop radio has devolved from an authentic display of a thriving culture by DJs personally connected to the scenes they're covering, into a homogeneous showcase of...Read More
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John Anthony
Winners don't do Drugs--or do they? John Anthony's love for narcotics certainly hasn't hurt his mic-rocking abilities, if the Southern emcee's latest single and first Booth feature is any indication....Read More
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Skillz
To paraphrase The Clipse, “Virginia is for lovers, but trust there’s hate here." But while the Brothers Thornton were clearly discussing actions related to the cocaine trade, that doesn’t mean...Read More
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MIRK
I could break down everything about first time The DJBooth featurees MIRK. I could name each of the band’s seven members, and mention that frontman and producer Josh “Mirk” Mirsky first got his...Read More
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Cole King
Absent from the Booth since dropping off his Mr. October video back in summer 2011, Dao Jones made his triumphant return to the Booth in January, with freshly-minted promo single Thru Your City (a...Read More
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AWKWORD
Once upon a time, you could tune into a hip-hop station and hear music hand-selected by DJs with a personal connection to the scenes they were promoting. Today... well, let's just say times have...Read More
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