Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - June 28, 2014

1
Sadistik
I have to admit, I was a little nervous to listen to the first feature from Sadistik—Booth-exclusive world premiere or no. If the Seattle underground mainstay (as his stage name suggests) gets his...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
2
Rich Quick
Didn't have time to grab a bite to eat this morning? Not to worry; East Coast rhymesayers Rich Quick and Archie Bang have prepared a little #Breakfast for all their fans in The DJBooth. An exclusive...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
3
Witt Lowry
At the top of the month, we heard Connecticut buzzmaker Witty pour his soul out to an ex on the reader-acclaimed Like I Do. A few weeks on, the pain of heartbreak hasn't exactly faded, but it seems to...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
4
Yonas
Since Yonas's last feature, The Transition (Deluxe Edition) single Leaving You, found the Bronx representative cutting loose a woman he'd been seeing, I figured new promo single Love Me Again would...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
5
Your Old Droog
Over the last week, the hip-hop internet has been engulfed in trying to figure out if Your Old Droog is actually an alter-ego of Nas. Spoiler alert, he's not Nas. He's just not. NOT. Now that the Nas...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
6
Busdriver
This one is not for the faint of heart. S**t, even the strong of heart might feel a little woozy after just one listen to Busdriver's solo Booth debut, Ego Death. Bus's frenetic, jarring flow gets the...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
7
G-Eazy
The title of G-Eazy's latest single explains why I’m leaving home to become a stewardess. Sorry; when I see a record titled Almost Famous, I can’t help but think about the classic flick by Cameron...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
8
G-Eazy
Not too long ago, G-Eazy was just another up-and-comer struggling to earn his keep in the rap game. Now, he's poised to turn all his dreams into reality. On an outtake from his next independent album,...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
9
Toki Wright
The lead single off Toki Wright's forthcoming debut set with Big Cats found the Rhymesayers signee weighing the authority of medical science against the years of tradition supporting natural remedies...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
10
Mike Stud
Mike Stud has a lot on his plate right about now. Not only is the Providence, Rhode Island repper getting ready to head out on a 33-city national tour (For more on that, click here.), but he's also...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
11
Tech N9ne
Fresh off his reader-acclaimed guest contribution to Death Warrant, the debut DJBooth feature from Seattle emcee Sadistik, Tech N9ne has unleashed a brand new single of his own. On Fear, the Strange...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
12
Young Scolla
Before there was Foxy Brown the femcee, there was Foxy Brown the movie, a Blaxploitation classic starring Pam Grier. On his latest Booth feature, Scolla pays tribute to the actress and her most famous...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
13
Black Dave
In the wise words of Jeru the Damaja, “When the East Is in the House you should come equipped.” Black Dave has clearly taken the hip-hop vet's message to heart; on his latest single, the Bronx...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
14
Case Arnold
Last week, Clarksville, Tennesse's Case Arnold busted into The DJBooth Kool-Aid Man style to bring us his debut feature. Readers were clearly digging his grand entrance, as Break Through received an...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
15
KIDD
Like most ambitious rhymesayers on the come-up, KIDD has lost countless hours of shut-eye to his craft. I'm not sure whether the title “Insomnia Vacation” means that the Chi-Town emcee is taking...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
16
Marc E. Bassy
Love is like Cigarettes; sure, it's relatively unlikely to give you lung cancer, but it's addictive as hell and the effects of its long-term abuse can be downright excruciating. Marc. E Bassy knows...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
17
Hoodie Allen
Judging by the reviews garnered by Hoodie Allen's previous Booth features, our readers have a healthy respect for the Empire State buzzmaker, but there are those elsewhere in the hip-hop blogosphere...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
18
Sango
Last we heard from Sango, the buzzmaking beatsmith had joined forces with DMV up-and-comer GoldLink to bring us April's Wassup, a quirky promo cut that won high praise from our readers. Two months and...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
19
Locksmith
F**kin' Idols, the last featured single off Locksmith's latest street release, was an underground banger with a grimy, hard-hitting vibe. On freshly-minted follow-up Free, the Cali-repping reader fave...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
20
Black EL
As someone who's drained a couple (...dozen) 40-ounces in his day, I was expecting Black EL's latest promo single to be similar to its namesake: fizzy, intoxicating and fun while it lasts, but apt to...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard

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21
Johnny Polygon
Though there are people who manage to hang onto life for a hundred years or more, precious few leave this world without some unfinished business. As Johnny Polygon reminds us on his latest promo...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
22
Little Simz
Little Simz is one of the hungriest young rhymesayers in the game. If past Booth features like Deranged and Mandarin Oranges haven't made that abundantly clear, just listen to the UK buzzmaker Devour...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
23
Dilated Peoples
Later this summer, West Coast underground mainstays Dilated Peoples are set to make their Rhymesayers debut by unleashing their first studio album since 2006's 20/20. Today, we get our first taste of...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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