Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - June 04, 2012

June 4, 2012 Chart Recap*Childish Gambino and Josh......Read More

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Josh Sallee
For those who've spent as many years away from a history classroom as I have, a little refresher course is in order: named after the town in New York in which it took place, October 1777's Battle of...Read More
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Stevie Stone
A technique in which adventurous musicians dismantle electronic devices, add new components and connect circuits in ways that the manufacturers never intended, circuit bending has become a popular way...Read More
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1982
The road has been a long and difficult one, but Happy Days are finally here for Statik Selektah and Termanology. On a newly-released standout off 1982's sophomore collaborative full-length, Stat's...Read More
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Tech N9ne
When Tech N9ne’s not busy serving as the game’s most successful indie artist, he’s the CEO of his own Strange Music label, a job that’s lead to the signing of none other than DJBooth favorites...Read More
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Eddy B & Tim Gunter
Yesterday, you might not have known who Eddy B and Tim Gunther were, but today they're on the front page of one of the 'net's premier urban-music destinations. And Tomorrow? They just might be...Read More
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King Mez
Son....I love it when things come full circle. Back in 2010, I had the pleasure to witness a man-child spit well-grown thoughts all over the mic at Ruckus Pizza in Raleigh, NC. He was King Mez then...Read More
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Griffen
If I learned one thing from Spike Lee's classic Do the Right Thing, it's that you don't scuff another man's Jeffs. On his first Booth feature and the latest single off his Facemob Music debut, Griffen...Read More
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Blu
Not featured on the solo tip since this past December, when he stepped into the Booth with The Clean Hand, Blu makes his triumphant return to our pages with Kiss the Sky, a fresh promo single inspired...Read More
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E-TRAIN
Most rappers find inspiration in booming bass lines or James Brown breaks, but Chicago-bred and Los Angeles-based rapper and producer E-TRAIN isn't most rappers. For his The DJBooth debut, America,...Read More
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Big Remo
While Big Remo has popped up on our pages in guest feature form, most recently alongside 9th Wonder and Raekwon on No Pretending, the Jamla emcee is making his solo debut today on our pages with I'm...Read More
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Stevie Crooks
Take a moment to gaze deeply into Stevie Crooks' artist pic—what do you see staring back at you? (Or off to the side, as the case may be.) If your answers is, “A real G and ill emcee who's...Read More
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Treacherous COB
Whether you came up in a gated community or the most impoverished inner-city 'hood, there's no escaping nostalgia's pull. Making its world premiere as the latest leak off Treacherous Records'...Read More
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YOUDONTSAY!
Oh, Virginia emcee-producer Ced Hughes (of Ced Colossus?! and One Day We'll Wake Up fame) and producer/DJ Gabe Niles have joined forces as a duo? YOUDONTSAY! No, I'm not yelling at myself--that's...Read More
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ANTHM
Every big dreamer has one or more idols, who guide their efforts and exemplify what they wish to become. ANTHM's just so happens to be a flaming ball of gas, not another rapper. Determined to...Read More
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Eighty4 Fly
Street Survival 101 seems to be a running theme among today's featured cuts. Earlier this morning, we heard Massachusetts rhymesayer Quite Nyce counsel enterprising hustlers to be Cautious on the...Read More
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The Freshmen
California ain't just the state of Dre and Tupac, it's also the locale that spawned surf-rock pioneers the Beach Boys. On new video single Surf's Up!, The Freshmen take inspiration from Brian Wilson...Read More
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Smoke DZA
They say write about what you know. Jay-Z knows about having more money than most countries, R. Kelly knows about freaky sex and Smoke DZA? Well, Smoke DZA knows about smoking weed, so it should be no...Read More
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Omen (Producer)
Fresh off garnering positive reader reviews for Black Hero Overture, Omen continues to build momentum toward the release of the long-awaited set with another brand new release off the project. Here,...Read More
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El Prez
Can you really die of heartbreak? According to five minutes on Google, most definitely—not only can the stress of separation from a loved one apparently cause literal, fatal heart spasms but, if...Read More
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