Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - June 13, 2010

June 14, 2010 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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The Slauson Boyz
Let's start with what this record is not: Stayin Alive, the latest mixtape leak from Nipsey Hussle-fronted crew Slauson Boyz, is in no way, shape or form inspired by the Bee-Gees' disco standard of...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Joe Budden
If I were a cruder man I would describe Joe Budden’s recent musical output as a hip-hop smocktease, except I’d use a word that rhymes with “smock.” Luckily, I’m far too classy for such low...Read More
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Neako
Believe it or not, being “Number One Chief Rocka” is less like being the Highlander than it is like winning a Miss America pageant; not only can can the title be held by more than one individual,...Read More
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4
Kutt Calhoun
A member of Tech N9ne's Strange Music roster, Kutt Calhoun has clearly been learning from his Dark Lord and Master label boss' example; on his latest single and first Booth feature, Redemption, the...Read More
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K. Sparks
I don't know about you guys, but at this moment I'd like nothing more than to go outside, spread out a blanket, and spend the day lazing around and soaking in the sun, umbrella-drink in hand. For...Read More
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Freddie Gibbs
They say you have to hit Rock Bottom before you can truly change, but although the best rapper to ever come out of Gary, Indiana, Freddie Gibbs, and UGK for Life representer Bun B find themselves at...Read More
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Rah Digga
If dope ’90s hip-hop had hands, it’d be giving a standing ovation to Rah Digga, who has been killing mics for well over a decade now. Bringing back some heavy lyrical integrity to the game, Digga...Read More
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Young Lyxx
Giving up security and stability to pursue one's dreams always involves a leap of faith – especially in our current economic climate, and especially especially if you're hoping to succeed in today's...Read More
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9
DJ Mathematics
When three talents of the caliber of Method Man, Ghostface Killah and Raekwon the Chef collide for an album as excellent as Wu-Massacre undoubtedly was, you'd expect there to be at least a few...Read More
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10
Ab-Soul
Plenty of hip-hop artists have tried to craft headphone-ready vibe-out music, but few seem able to strike the balance of hypnotic grooviness, ethereal melodicism, and smooth rhymes necessary to...Read More
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11
Rich Kid Sound System
Don't let the title mislead you; even if you're not lucky enough to possess a top-dollar stereo setup, you won't regret spending A Little Bit of Time listening to the first Booth feature from...Read More
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Slum Village
Brace yourselves, Slum Village fans – Elzhi, Illa J and T3's latest single may come as a little bit of a surprise. Faster finds the Motown trio diverging from the smooth-but-gritty sound they...Read More
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Eternia
I love female rappers. Lauryn Hill is in my top 5 dead or alive, Nicki Minaj is my (imaginary) girlfriend and Missy Elliot has earned a permanent place on any party playlist. So when The BBQ came to...Read More
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ESSO
The hipster-beloved Yeah Yeah Yeahs have been enjoying quite a bit of attention from the rap game lately – well, one of their songs has, anyway. Previously flipped on features by King Mez (Winter)...Read More
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The Niceguys
They say that “nice guys finish last,” but who are “they,” anyways? A bunch of jerks? Nice guys talking about themselves in the third person? The world may never know. In any case, Easy Yves...Read More
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The Freshmen
As a resident of the chilly Midwest, I've heard it said that without the bitter winters we wouldn't appreciate the summer sun – but I don't really buy it. As they explain on newly-released single...Read More
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Jamieson
Valedictorian, Olympic gold medalist, number-one rapper: which one of these things is not like the other? Since you’re at DJBooth, if you guessed rapper, you’d be correct. Why? Because even when a...Read More
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Jermiside
Underground emcee Jermiside and his behind-the-boards partner, Danny Diggs, may be nothing to play with, but even the most intrepid rappers and beatsmiths suffer from occasional inner anxieties and...Read More
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Everliven Sound
Drafted by Russian chemist Dimitri Mendelev in 1869, the Periodic Table of the Elements was a useful guide to the building blocks of matter, but suffered from a tragic lack of hot beats and witty...Read More
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