Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - July 24, 2011

July 25, 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
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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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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L.atasha A.lcindor
She lost her mojo slime? Hardly. L.A. left you Spitting Out Blood on the last single from her upcoming album The L.A. Riots, due out soon via DJBooth. Now she returns screaming I'm Alive on her new...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Guy Harrison
Introduced to the Booth last month via the aptly-titled Who's That Guy?, Guy Harrison returns to spit over Billboard chart-topper Rolling in the Deep on his second Booth feature. Making its world...Read More
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Emilio Rojas
Puma makes dope kicks, DJBooth plays dope music and Emilio Rojas is a dope rapper, so it was only right that we all came together for the cornucopia of dopeness that is Home. The second release off...Read More
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Mac Miller
The hip-hop journey for many sometimes ends up at the intersection of 15 Minutes & Limelight. Sometimes artists end up at rehab. Success, however, is ultimately the destination at which everyone tries...Read More
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Novel
I know I've lied to y'all many times before, but this time I swear it's true: Novel's latest mixtape leak is not what you'd expect from the title. In fact, I wouldn't recommend flipping it on in the...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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The Canz
Considering The Canz' last feature, Ferris Bueller (Personal Day Off), found the duo tribute to cinema's most famous truant, it's only appropriate that Prominent and Foster followed it up with an...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
9
Smokey Robotic
If the crew's past features haven't convinced you that you need to explore Smokey Robotic's weird, wild world of sharks, helicopters, cyborgs and explosive fruit, then... I have no idea what's wrong...Read More
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10
Aleon Craft
As we all predicted, Aleon Craft’s newest release is an ode to the powers of Patron that sounds like is came straight out of a European club. No wait, I’m sorry, that’s what everyone else is...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Grynch
The other day a friend of mine informed me that, in his younger days, Mr. Rogers served the country as a Navy Seal, and that those cardigan sweaters were actually intended to cover up his impressive...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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13
Sol
To quote the great philosopher Andy Warhol, “They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.” Or, as This Sh*t emcee Sol puts it on his second Booth feature,...Read More
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Johnny Spanish
Whether you’re working a 9-5, six part-time jobs or just spraying shoppers in the face at a fragrance booth in the mall (you know who you are), everyone is working for something. For some A Day In...Read More
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15
Slaine
I know what you’re thinking, you never expected to hear Slaine do a remix of Cindy Lauper’s ‘80s pop hit Time After Time, but that’s exactly what we got today with the release of new cut Night...Read More
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16
Radical Something
California Love, California Dreaming, California Girls (the Beach Boys song, the Katy Perry song and the David Lee Roth cover of the Beach Boys song), California King Bed, Phantom Planet's California...Read More
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Phil Adé
Every day seems to bring a new leak from Phil Adé, and every leak seems to bring with it a new style. First there was the inspirational grinding of Monte Carlo Dreams, then there was the hazy,...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
18
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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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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