Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - March 10, 2013

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Raz Simone
On his latest single, Sometimes I Don’t, emcee Raz Simone broadcasts a few things that he does and does not do. One item that could be placed in the later category is the creation of wack songs,...Read More
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Joey BadA$$
Showcasing an agile, brainy lyrical style over beats that sound like they hopped a time machine from the 1990s, Joey BadA$$ is unique among hip-hop's current freshman class. That Unorthodox style, of...Read More
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Tanya Morgan
Though Tanya Morgan recently contributed guest bars to Space Mountain, a track off Koncept's Malt Disney EP, it's been a hot minute since we've brought you any new headlining material from the...Read More
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KYLE
Breaking into choreographed dance routines on the baseball field, bragging about eating Cheetos in the studio—these aren't the actions of a man who's afraid to be himself. Introduced to our pages...Read More
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Torae
Keeping it real and staying true to your vision may be fulfilling, but warm, fuzzy feelings aren't going to put food on your family's table. Well-acquainted with the conflict that arises when art and...Read More
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ANTHM
ANTHM, the Ethiopian-born, N.Y.-based emcee who won widespread acclaim for DJBooth-hosted EP Joy & Pain back in Summer of 2012, has hooked up with Cali rapper/beatsmith and fellow DJBooth fave Blu to...Read More
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Aer
As evidenced by their sunny sound and the activities depicted in previously-featured videos, Boston duo Aer thrive in warm weather. So it should come as on surprise that, just as things are beginning...Read More
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Ramzez
What could be better than being introduced to a talented artist by way of a Booth-exclusive world premiere? Try three premieres in a row... and then a Booth-hosted project. A rap buzzmaker hailing...Read More
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Hoodie Allen
I'm sure that many of you have heard the word Casanova, but do you know where it comes from? The term was birthed thanks to Giacomo Casanova, an 18th century Italian adventure and author, who earned...Read More
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Quake Matthews
Not everything that glitters is gold, and not every female rocking a mink coat is a goddess. An underground rhymesayer hailing from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Quake Matthews tells the story of a young...Read More
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Art of Fresh
For most of us, turning our fantasies into reality is a daunting, and frequently discouraging task. T-Dot hip-hop duo Art of Fresh, on the other hand, have had so much practice that it now comes...Read More
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Bishop Nehru
There must be something in the New York drinking water—how else do you explain the sudden influx of teenage rhymesayers who sound like seasoned cats from the 1990s? The latest old-school torchbearer...Read More
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Substantial
Back in 2013, while recovering from a preventative surgery for cancer, Baltimore emcee Substantial was inspired to begin work on a tribute to Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Jill Scott, one of his...Read More
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Tyler, The Creator
About the only thing you can expect from Tyler, The Creator (or anyone else in OF for that matter) is that you will never know what to expect. His latest, the first single off his new album Wolf,...Read More
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15
Harry Fraud
A man of wealth and taste, Action Bronson refuses to roll down the block in anything less than a tricked-out BMW. Similarly, when he feels the urge to ride a wave or two, only classic Morey Boogie...Read More
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Thee Tom Hardy
“Fables and tall tales” are all well and good when you're rocking a toga in 600 BC but, in the modern-day rap game, that sh*t isn't gonna fly—not if Thee Tom Hardy has anything to say about it....Read More
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The Antiheroes
Fresh off garnering positive feedback for the aggressive I'm Ghost, The Antiheroes take a sharp turn into more contemplative territory with the fourth and final pre-album song release off their...Read More
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Jared Evan
Jared Evan’s Joey BadA$$-assisted single, Black and White, is a little like, well, black and white. Both are polar opposites, but when they're fused together nothing looks (sounds) better. Evan...Read More
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Macklemore x Ryan Lewis
Sometimes I wonder just how the Seattle bred Irishman Macklemore does what he does. Coming off his most recent release, Same Love, which eloquently addressed the underlying issues associated with...Read More
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Tranzformer
As most producers out there are aware, picking an emcee to bless one of your babies is a very important decision. Need advice? Just ask Brown Bag All-Star affiliate Tranzformer, who provides...Read More
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Chester Watson
Whatever mysterious force has been transforming Empire State teenagers into seasoned 1990s cats (see Bishop Nehru, the Pro.Era collective), its influence seems to be spreading westward. Part of the...Read More
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TiRon & Ayomari
Most of us have mental mechanisms, whether conscious or unconscious, that prevent us from immortalizing our erotic daydreams in song and uploading them to the 'net for all to hear. The rest, well,...Read More
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Dynas
Last featured in 2009, when he spit Henny & Coke for our soon-to-return exclusive freestyle series, Dynas is back to turn The DJBooth into an abbatoir with blood-spattered single Redrum. Here, the...Read More
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