Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - July 15, 2012

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Voli
Romance is in the air, Booth readers—can you hear it? (If not, then hitting “play” might help.) The follow-up to late May's Guns N Roses, a heartbroken jam which saw the rapper/producer...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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Sir Michael Rocks
What, you didn't know that Sir Michael Rocks could get spit some of that rapid fire flow? Now You Do. On his latest video single one-half of The Cool Kids and the newest #JetLife member grabs a beat...Read More
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Prodigy
Even the flyest rapper is nothing without a first-class female to ride shotgun. On the latest single off his forthcoming mixtape, Prodigy invites a suitably alluring shawty to become his Co-Pilot,...Read More
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Fat Trel
If you thought Maybach Music Group's Wale was the only dread-headed rapper making noise out of the "DMV" (D.C., Maryland, Virginia) then think again. Fresh off the release of "Russian Roulette"...Read More
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Wax
A Summer Breeze has nothing on Wax. On his latest promo single, the Def Jam buzzmaker behind Booth acclaimed projects Scrublife and Eviction Notice shows us what "fresh" sounds like, spitting about...Read More
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Daytona
Fresh off a month spent recharging his batteries in Europe, The Kid Daytona returns to kick off the Stateside portion of his summer with a new release off his forthcoming EP. On Cuban With a Jesus...Read More
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The Mad Violinist
Solo violin, R&B vocals, and NES-gone-haywire synths, all on one record? With The Mad Violinist and his Symphony Crack Orchestra, Anything's Possible. The latest single off Ashanti Floyd's forthcoming...Read More
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1982
There’s got to be a story here, but I guess we’ll just have to wait for 1982’s Behind the Music special to hear it. Frankly, I don’t know why the original version of Statik Selektah and...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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Yonas
Don’t worry, no need to look outside to see if there’s a NYC rapper looking into your window. The title of Yonas’ new single and standout from his Transition album may be Looking For You, but...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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Y1
Introduced to the Booth via reader-acclaimed motivational anthem Don't Give Up, Y1 returns to our front page with another hustle-centric selection off his next street album. On Rich Man & the Pauper,...Read More
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Radical Something
Musical trio Radical Something continue to provide the unofficial soundtrack to summer thanks to Tomorrow, the newest record released in their SUMMERofRAD series. Now in its fifth week, the musical...Read More
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Mac Miller
Not so long ago it would have seemed impossible to hear a white kid from Pittsburgh making a project with hit maker extraordinaire Pharrell, but in 2012 the duo makes a strange sort of sense. Dropping...Read More
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Angel Haze
It’s about time. I’ve been waiting for years for hip-hop to finally pay tribute to classic ‘80s movie Working Girl. God, Melanie Griffith is so hilarious in that. Wait, what’s that? Angel...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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Rob Regal
They say the best music comes when the artist is writing about what they know best. Considering I can’t imagine a topic Lyriciss is better versed in than his own existence, video single My Life is...Read More
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Proph
When most rappers make a song called Higher they’ve got some of that sticky green on their minds (and in their lungs), but Proph’s focused on an even worthier goal; love. Making his DJBooth debut...Read More
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Mike Stud
It's suffice to say that almost everyone has dealt with the feeling of being judged for no particular reason. Just ask DJBooth newcomers Tarik Trotter and Mike Stud, who recently put those feelings...Read More
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AWAR
If you know anything about underground hip-hop, you know that when you see a line-up featuring AWAR, Nottz, MURS and P Jericho, you're in for some dopeness. And if you don’t know anything about...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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The Foodchain
Having dialed back the intensity on Gone, our poignant introduction to their Summer Series, the Denver crew continue in a similarly low-key vein on the latest Booth-featured entry, Young Amsterdam. On...Read More
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Charles Hamilton
Contrary to those who thought Charles Hamilton was down for the count, Charles Hamilton proves that rumors of his career's demise are greatly exaggerated with the release of his latest album...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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