Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - June 16, 2013

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Mac Miller
It takes one hell of a lyricist to coax Jay Electronica out of hiding for a guest verse. As such, Mac Miller's latest single should be a wake-up call to any heads who still aren't taking the indie...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
2
Tory Lanez
With his last two features garnering an almost five star average rating, Tory Lanez has Boothies falling head over heels in love with his unique, diverse style; fitting the title of his latest effort...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
3
Joey BadA$$
Joey BadA$$' dense, allusive lyricism may require the occasional RapGenius visit to untangle, but he's never simply playing with words. On the first single off his next street release, the Brooklyn...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
4
Nyzzy Nyce
They say you only get one shot at a first impression. For DJBooth newcomer Nyzzy Nyce, a true first impression equals a bazooka filled with dynamite aimed at a gas station made of firewood. Excuse my...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
5
Joey BadA$$
They say every cloud has a silver lining, and Joey Bada$$ fans need to know this now more than ever. While they might be upset that the Pro.Era emcee’s forthcoming project, the Summer Knights LP,...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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Tory Lanez
When I was 14, I was busy playing Grand Theft Auto and Halo and watching Spongebob. Tory Lanez may have enjoyed those activities as well, but his 14th year holds a deeper significance: that's when he...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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Wu Tang Clan
As much as I enjoy seeing my distant kin, I've got to keep it one-hundred: given the choice, I'd most likely dip out on my own relatives to attend the Wu-Tang Family Reunion. And can you blame me? In...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
8
Emilio Rojas
With Emilio Rojas' latest full-length less than a week away from release, lead single Lean on 'Em remains fans' only foretaste of the highly-anticipated set. (Tomorrow Never Comes is a bonus track, so...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
9
Caligula
If I had a J for every guest appearance from Wiz Khalifa in the past two weeks, I would have enough foliage to get Willie Nelson higher than a Fighter Jet. After appearing on cuts from Action Bronson,...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
10
D-Pryde
Absent from our pages since dropping off Highway back in 2011, T-Dot buzzmaker D-Pryde makes his triumphant return to The DJBooth with a freshly-minted single off his next EP. On this breezy summer...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
11
K. Sparks
As you must already know, June is a huge month for new album releases. J. Cole, Kanye and Mac Miller are all set to drop their latest LPs on 6/18, and a week later Wale’s The Gifted hits literal and...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
12
Kings Dead
With the aggressive, ambitious bars and tension-fraught beats Kings Dead showcased on previous singles '94 and Over Dinner, listeners could be forgiven for assuming the Bostonian rapper/producer duo...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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Mac Miller
Upon reading the title of Mac Miller's latest feature, the first thought that entered my mind was of R.L. Stine's bestselling book series. I'm a late-'80s baby; what can I say? As it turns out, I was...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
14
Wrekonize
On the lead single off his forthcoming solo debut, ¡MAYDAY! frontman Wrekonize took the opportunity to get a little more personal than he has in his collaborative work, rhyming about the Anxiety...Read More
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15
Harry Fraud
While Scion has spent a better part of the last decade making a name for itself in the auto consumer market, the brand has devoted nearly the same amount of time and energy developing a presence...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
16
Bas
With the temperature rising and school sessions ending, many are already in a summer state of mind even though the official first day of the new season isn't until June 21. Similarly, J.Cole’s label...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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Quills
Loyal Booth readers are undoubtedly familiar with Strange Music, Tech N9ne’s long running, highly-successful indie label, who has long been bringing us dope music. I suspect it won't be long until...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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Soulslicers
Met with universal praise when it premiered on our pages earlier this month, the title track off the Soulslicers' latest mixtape should have been enough to convince you the DJBooth-hosted project was...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
19
Charmingly Ghetto
Despite what his irreverent stage name may suggest, Charmingly Ghetto isn't so attached to the 'hood that he refuses to leave. On the contrary, he knows that pursuing one's dreams often means leaving...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
20
Jarren Benton
If the song releases leading up to Jarren Benton's freshman full-length have taught us anything, it's that the ATL emcee can be a scary motherf**ker. But he wasn't born the ruthless individual he is...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard

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Spose
I hope y'all are ready for a little audience participation, because Spose's latest video isn't the kind you simply sit back and watch. In keeping with the alliterative theme of single All Rs, the...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
22
Freddie Gibbs
Yesterday, I remarked on how strange it was for Freddie Gibbs to release a mixtape single titled One Eighty Seven in which absolutely no homicides are described. Now it all makes sense: the Gary,...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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Lorenzo Asher
Lorenzo Asher's Booth features to date have seen the Brooklyn-by-way-of-Cleveland spitter grappling with heavy subject matter: Begin found him expressing uncertainty over his future, and The Color of...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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