Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - March 08, 2014

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Devin Miles
Oft imitated but never equaled, the DJBooth Freestyle Series ran from February 2009 through June 2011. Its 250 total entries were the work of a veritable who's-who of underground and emerging emcees,...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Black Milk
Fresh off the autumn 2013 release of his latest full-length, No Poison, No Paradise, emcee/producer Black Milk has already buckled down to work on a forthcoming EP. While the newly-released lead...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Solar One
An up-and-coming rhymesayer repping Albuquerque, New Mexico, Solar One makes his grand entrance into the DJBooth with the newly-released Call It Off. DMT (of Pharaoh One & DMT) mans the mixing boards...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Rich Quick
Want to show that special someone how much you care this Valentine's Day, but aren't sure how to put your feelings into words? Well, you could always just say, “I love you.” (OK, you might want to...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Dave B
One of the perks of living on the Western Seaboard is the ability to head down to the coast and enjoy a boat ride along the Pacific shoreline. Don't have a watercraft at your disposal? Not to...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Skizzy Mars
Skizzy Mars has been juggling so many women lately that he should consider equipping his bedroom with revolving doors. To me, that doesn't sound like what you'd call a problem. On his latest single,...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Kokayi
Many rappers have dropped a song a week for an entire month or two, believing that they are on their grind like a skater, but no artist has ever tried to release a song a day for an entire calender...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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King Reign
Every emcee would love to be known as a beat murderer. While it is a good reputation to have in hip-hop, in the real world, too many people are labeled Killers based on judgements that are only skin...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
9
Erik Flowchild
We all have a few hurdles in our lives that require strength and determination to overcome. If your hurdle is that you don't have any emotional and motivational hip-hop to listen to, then you can...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
10
Joyner Lucas
I have been debating all morning as to whether or not a workout is in my Friday plans. Admittedly, I was on the fence (it is Friday after all), but after hearing Joyner Lucas' latest effort, I think I...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
11
L'Orange
Update: We have added the EmaLee Arroyo-directed visuals for L'Orange's Need You single. Nearly two years after making his last Booth appearance with the reader-acclaimed Alone, indie beatsmith...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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The Menace
An affiliate of Game's Black Wall Street label since the mid-oughts, The Menace (formerly known as Compton Menace) finally has a debut album on the horizon. Which means that those who have stood in...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Tech N9ne
When I hear the word “Fragile,” I think of my grandma's china, newborn babies and the like. I most definitely don't think of Tech N9ne's music, most of which is so hard-hitting and aggressive I'd...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
14
Smoke DZA
Haters and sucker emcees, let it not be said that Smoke DZA never did anything for you. On his latest promo single, the Harlem rhymesayer makes it known that he's handing out free Hearses to anyone...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
15
Connor Evans
Unless you are a crate digger, A and B-sides don't really mean much in the internet age, but with his new release Connor Evans takes it back to the days of vinyl. Keys, a Booth-exclusive world...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
16
Calez
Haven't reached your RDA of good vibes yet today? Calez has you covered. On the latest single off his forthcoming full-length, released along with off-the-cuff visuals directed by the artist himself,...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Raz Simone
Back in January, when Raz Simone stepped into the Booth with Don't Shine, I noted the way in which the Seattle repper's passion for movie scores had influenced his sound. Little did I know, just a few...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
18
Atmosphere
If I were to describe the weather my former city of residence, Minneapolis, is currently experiencing, "Bitterly cold" would be a damn good start. But the chill outside Slug's door is downright toasty...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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CYNE
Pronounced “sign,” Gainesville hip-hop trio CYNE's collective stage name is an initialism for “Cultivating Your New Experience.” Be that as may, their debut DJBooth feature is less concerned...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
20
Alex Wiley
Update: The Andrew Zeiter and Bryan Lamb-directed visuals for Alex Wiley's Own Man single have been added. If there's one consistent theme running through Alex Wiley's rhymes, it's individuality: on...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard

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Yonas
An understated, emotional jam with a folk rock-infused sound, OneRepublic's Counting Stars doesn't spring to mind as a prime candidate for a Trap Remix… but I'll be damned if longtime Booth fave and...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Omar Linx
They say you should never judge someone until you have walked in their shoes, but when it comes to Omar LinX, you can't judge him until you have partied in his shoes. On Who Are You to Judge, LinX...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Luke Christopher
I'm a die-hard hip-hop head, but I would be lying if I said I didn't seriously love me some Regina Spektor. Well, on Statues Luke Christopher puts his spin on one of Regina's most recognizable...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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