Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - June 02, 2013

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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
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
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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
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4
Lil Dicky
With the specter of Vanilla Ice still looming over the rap game, most white rappers aren't eager to make their melanin deficiency a subject of their rhymes. But you won't find any shame in Lil Dicky's...Read More
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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
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Chance the Rapper
Though giving the project a spin is high on my agenda, I have to confess that I haven't had the opportunity to sit down and listen to Chance the Rapper's new mixtape all the way through, much less...Read More
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Mac Miller
Based on the title of Mac Miller's forthcoming sophomore full-length, I assumed Watching Movies With the Sound Off was one of the Pittsburgh emcee's own hobbies. Turns out, I had it completely...Read More
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Chuck Inglish
If you're a lover of dope production, which you clearly are if you happen to be browsing our pages, then Chuck Inglish has long been on your radar. In an arguably short period of time, Inglish has...Read More
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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
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10
Spose
If I had a nickel for every rapper who claimed to be hungry, I would have enough to buy red toilet paper and titanium straws, Beyoncé-style. Spose, however, is way past hungry; on his latest Booth...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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Madcon
Way back in December 2008, Oslo rap duo Madcon introduced themselves to the Booth with Beggin, a left-of-center jam inspired by Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons' '67 hit of the same name. Nearly...Read More
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Julian Malone
Julian Malone may not Give a Eff about much in this world, but the 2008ighties emcee would be lying if he said he wasn't enjoying the trappings of success. Tokyo, the latest single off Malone's...Read More
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Lecrae
Previously featured as a guest on cuts by Saigon (Best Thing That I Found) and Statik Selektah (Live & Let Live), Grammy-winning Christian rap artist Lecrae steps into the solo Booth spotlight with a...Read More
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Raz Simone
Raz Simone doesn't need to spit his autobiography to demonstrate that he's been through some heavy sh*t in his day; the man's gruff, weathered flow speaks for itself. On newly-released EP standout...Read More
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Mike Stud
The title of Mike Stud’s latest effort, Young King, might leave a bad taste in the mouths of Game of Thrones fans, as King Joffrey, also a young king, is one of the most deplorable characters on...Read More
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Chuuwee
You know, Chuuwee is a lot like a Transformer. Not because he's a robot (although he produces quality music like a machine) but because there is more to him than meets the eye. Take Basquiat & Rocko...Read More
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Notes to Self
Normally, if you want some top-notch cinematic entertainment, you have to shell out about 15 bucks for a movie ticket. Today, however, Canadian quartet Notes to Self have given fans a free mini-movie...Read More
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June
Growing up in the Gutta of Memphis, its safe to say June was not born with a silver spoon in his mouth. While he might not have been wealthy in the financial sense, he was rich in family, and had a...Read More
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Hoodie Allen
Last month, Fuse TV brought Empire State rapper Hoodie Allen together with singer/songwriter Kira Grannis to write a record within 24 hours and debut it in front of a live audience. The finished...Read More
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Mvstermind
A buzzmaking rapper and producer repping North St. Louis, Mvstermind introduces himself to our readers with 80-D, a fresh cut off his latest digital full-length. Over his own boardwork, an...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard

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21
Al-Fatir
Although Al-Fatir’s latest feature is entitled One Man’s Dream, I am sure a few Boothies out there (myself included) will identify with this paper-chasing cut. Don’t get it twisted; this isn’t...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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Run The Jewels
Maybe its Netflix’s fault for bringing Arrested Development back, but when I saw the title of the latest cut from Run The Jewels, Banana Clipper, I thought it might be named after a tool at the...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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AirlineJay
Is the current selection of Booth features on our homepage not really doing it for you today? Well, it looks like you have left us No Option, but to break out our secret weapon; say hello to my lil’...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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