Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - June 26, 2011

June 27, 2011 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Guy Harrison
If we’re going to play the “rappers who also love puns” game it’s going to be hard to beat Sean Price. After all, you’d be going up against a man who named his albums Jesus Price Supastar...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Kendrick Lamar
As Charles Dickens would say, ”It was the best of times, and it was the worst of times.” While The Reagan Era was a lousy one for economic policy (sorry, Republicans—wait, no I'm not), the very...Read More
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Freddie Gibbs
It’s not that rap music needs another ode to the mighty dollar, dollar bill, but the pursuit of money can be enhanced by quality production and lyricism adds reflection beyond the mere pursuit of...Read More
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Apathy
For an emcee to say so much in the first verse, what the hell could he have left for the rest of the song? But this is Apathy we're talking about, and he doesn't let us down lyrically as he makes...Read More
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Radical Something
On Radical Something's Booth debut, the Cali crew propose something radical—if the nine-to-five grind has you feeling stressed, why not step away from the laptop, power down your mobile phone, and...Read More
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The Cool Kids
Though it's been one hell of a wait, it's looking like fans of The Cool Kids can expect an album before school's back in session. Any LP dropping during the months of June, July or August is...Read More
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Grieves
Fresh off the release of their collaborative album,Grieves and Budo return with another standout cut off the project. On Best of Me, Budo's pensive piano production (created entirely using the...Read More
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Shane Eli
Though you wouldn't know it from the Booth fave's usual positivity and drive to succeed, Shane Eli is well-acquainted with the self-perpetuating feelings of loneliness and desperation that take hold...Read More
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9
Jean Grae
For free 99 Jean will beat 99 acts down? Sounds like a deal, huh? Jean Grae is one of the best lyricists of our time. No, not just one of the best female lyricists, one of the best lyricists period,...Read More
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Jake Miller
At a glance, you might not guess that Booth newcomer Jake Miller had a particularly hard-knock upbringing, but looks can be deceiving. In reality, the 18-year-old rap hopeful had to surmount...Read More
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Mac Miller
In celebration of reaching 500,000 Twitter followers, Rostrum Records' very own has unleashed a brand new record to show his appreciation for all his fans. With an alley oop from Like behind the board...Read More
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Jay Rock
Some rappers bend over backwards to give the people what they want, trying to be everything to everyone (and succeeding only once in a great while). Jay Rock, on the other hand, could care less...Read More
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Voli
Regular Booth readers know that up-and-coming NJ emcee Voli is seemingly incapable of speaking anything but honest, passionate rhymes; you’ll find no racks on other racks here. Readers also know...Read More
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Logic
Although he’s built a loyal and growing fan base it’s safe to say that most citizens of DJBooth Nation are unfamiliar with DMV native Logic; you know, considering this is the first feature for the...Read More
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Goines
To paraphrase Howard Beale's famous speech from Network, Goines is mad as hell, and he's not gonna take it anymore! What, precisely, is it that's got the Arkansas native so steamed? As he explains on...Read More
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Thurz
First U-N-I break up, now everyday I wake up, somebody got a problem with Nathan S. Yes, it’s unfortunately true, the Los Angeles duo is, well, no longer a duo. In the grand tradition of The...Read More
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17
MindsOne
Between bankers who run off our paychecks, athletes pumped up on more illegal drugs than Scarface and politicians who can’t keep their hands to themselves it may feel like we’re living in the age...Read More
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Jelani
In a classic text published in 1994, Dr. Cornel West informed readers that, regardless of how fervently some might wish otherwise, Race Matters. Of course, now that Barack Obama's in the White House,...Read More
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Yonas
You’d think that after the release of his highly rated album, The Proven Theory, and being chosen to close out our long-standing Freestyle Series Yonas would be Living in the Sky, but despite the...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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