Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - March 20, 2011

March 21, 2011 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Mac Miller
I have to admit that before I started this write-up I wasn’t particularly familiar with Mac Miller's music. You can now consider me one of an ever-growing group of converts. Signed to Rostrum...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Sir Michael Rocks
I know what you’re thinking. Coochie Crook is a hilarious title for a song, maybe the most double-take inducing since Lil Wayne and Drake’s Gonorrhea. Thankfully, Coochie Crook, the latest from...Read More
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Devin Miles
Your average up-and-coming rapper might be able to claim a 60-70 percent realness level. Maybe 90, on a particularly hard-hitting record. For Booth newcomer Devin Miles, however, nothing less than...Read More
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Radio Ramone
Just how fly is Radio Ramone? So much so that he needs not just one, but at least two records to adequately answer the question. Having covered the topic of altitude on his last feature, which found...Read More
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Neako
I don't know about y'all, but patience has never been my strong suit – be it a package in the mail or a new album from a favorite artist, if I know it's on its way, you can bet it'll be on my mind...Read More
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K. Sparks
No longer content simply to bring joy to heads everywhere by spitting hot rhymes over banging production, perennial Booth fave K. Sparks has set his sights on something bigger with his latest project...Read More
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Pharoahe Monch
I spent most of my recent review for Pharoahe Monch’s new album W.A.R. (We Are Renegades) praising the immaculate lyricists refusing to water down his relentlessly deep and confrontational flows....Read More
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Pro'Verb
It hardly needs to be said that Booth staff and readers have a higher tolerance for raw, authentic beats and rhymes than your average listener, but the title of Pro'Verb's first feature nonetheless...Read More
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The Dean's List
Individuals able to pursue an artistic vision while maintaining an uncompromising standard of excellence at work and/or school have always been a mystery to me as a normal, fallible human being....Read More
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Jean Grae
Around my way, when something or someone needs to be described as good, dope or just plain authentic, people say, "That's rough." As for this record right here? This record right here (in my Katt...Read More
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Phene
I know I say this on the regular, but damn, time flies! For example, it hardly feels like it's been over a year since Phene made his Booth debut with Freedom Ain't Free. Extended absence or no, the...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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LA & Mr. Music
Ah, to be a kid again... Actually, scratch that; I kinda dig the whole no curfew, being able to buy liquor and vote thing. The Fire duo LA & Mr. Music, on the other hand, would give up the...Read More
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Wil May
Nearly four months after the arrival of Wil May's acclaimed Booth debut, What You Waiting For, fans in the Booth may be starting to wonder what he's waiting for. Well, those starving for new tunes...Read More
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Gods'Illa
It’s been almost a year since I wrote Gods’illa intro to the Booth for Protect It, and despite the fact that their features have been few and far between, I was glad that I could do another...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Illvibe Collective
Sick of the same old, same old, but can't afford a trip overseas at the moment? I feel you – and, as luck may have it, I've got something that'll do wonders for your headstate. On their latest...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Fortilive
Hey, who turned my clock forward an hour? And why is it still bright outside when the Booth drops the hottest songs of the day? Chill out Gucci Mane, the government didn’t steal daylight from us,...Read More
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Pharoahe Monch
Taking its name from Queen Latifah’s 1994 single, Black Hand Side is Pharaohe Monch’s latest effort featuring Styles P and rapper/singer Phonte. Over producer Mike Loe’s soulful violin sample,...Read More
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Dujeous
Formerly regular visitors to our front page, Dujeous have been conspicuously absent from the Booth since bringing us the bummed-out but dope Death & Taxes back in December '09. Well, I'm happy to say...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Kyle Rapps
The 237th entry in DJBooth.net and Streetammo's Exclusive Freestyle Series comes courtesy of Kyle Rapps, the Jersey-born, Harlem-based up-and-comer who recently teamed up with KRS-One on Rent (Remix)....Read More
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