Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - July 17, 2011

July 18, 2011 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Freeway
I'm willing to bet that most of us, if we came across a food product whose packaging was simply labeled “Eat,” would be justly suspicious of its contents (at least, for your safety, I hope that's...Read More
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Nappy Roots
While many hip-hoppers have to guard themselves at all times against the corrupting effects of fame and fortune, the Nappy Roots seem to have humility and gratitude flowing through their veins;...Read More
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AudioDax
Audio Dax has a back story that sounds like the makings of a fairytale come true: Last April, Texas-bred singer/producer Temble meets Chicago-born emcee Krypton Flo at DePauw University in Indiana....Read More
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Phil Adé
The last time we heard from Phil Adé he was cruising Monte Carlo in his Monte Carlo, but all the globe trotting has apparently made the DMV emcee crave a place he can be quietly introspective, lay...Read More
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Muzi
Whether it's Prince waxing poetic about the allure of a Little Red Corvette or UGK admitting that women “...ain't tripping on me, they wanna f*ck my car,” artists through the ages have recognized...Read More
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Angel Haze
Like most of their previous material, Das Racist’s new release Jungle Fever is a light, fun summer anthem about pretty girls and nice cars aimed at commercial radio. Actually, that’s not true at...Read More
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theBREAX
Plenty of Christian musical acts have attempted to proudly proclaim the Good News while still appealing to secular eardrums, but none to my knowledge have nailed that balance like theBREAX. Without...Read More
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Radical Something
A great song can be made even better by a great story. For example, did you know that Jay-Z’s Empire State of Mind was literally written on top of the Empire State Building and Kanye’s All of the...Read More
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Poach Stevens
Once simply associated with razor-thin attention spans and impulsive behavior, the term “ADHD” has been reclaimed by various recording artists as an emblem of freshness and innovation. Of course,...Read More
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Smokey Robotic
No one—well, almost no one—enters the game planning to sell out but, once fame and fortune are dangling tantalizingly close, one's principles suddenly begin to seem a lot less binding. How to...Read More
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Jake Miller
Musical superstars' backgrounds are as varied as their work, but a common denominator among their diverse histories is the early sense of being a little... different. For many, the realization that...Read More
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The Vibrant Sound
In his seminal Society of the Spectacle, French theorist Guy Debord remarks that “...dissatisfaction [with the capitalist system] itself becomes a commodity as soon as the economics of affluence...Read More
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Yonas
A little thought can be a dangerous thing. Take Booth fave Yonas, for example—what started as a simple urge to put words down on paper quickly blossomed into an unstoppable drive to understand the...Read More
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Devin Miles
Pittsburgh native Devin Miles has got a little buzz going. From gracing the cover of JENESIS Magazine to mentions by The Source and large scale downloads of his debut EP. Finding My Own, it looks like...Read More
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Mr. J. Medeiros
I hate to draw comparisons between artists, but I’m going to do it anyway. When I listened to Mr. J. Medeiros’ new album, Saudade, I couldn’t help but remember Rawkus’ classic days. Not so...Read More
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TWO
Feeling a little stressed? Why not embark upon an Out of Body Audio Experience with the help of TWO, an up-and-coming emcee hailing from St. Petersburg, Florida. While the headliner's verses on this...Read More
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The Cool Kids
With their Green Label Sound-distributed debut album out today, The Cool Kids give fans one last taste of what to expect from the project with Roll Call. Last week's pit stop at the Gas Station seemed...Read More
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Wu Tang Clan
Having scored rave reviews for Legendary Weapons inclusions Laced Cheeba, 225 Rounds and Only the Rugged Survive, the Wu-Tang Clan are three for three in the Booth. Just in case you weren't convinced...Read More
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Ced Hughes
It was October of 2010 and we were hearing a lot about Ced Hughes’ upcoming album One Day We’ll Wake Up. In fact, judging by ratings for previous single Shoot Down the Stars it could be said that...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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