Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - March 24, 2013

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Wrekonize
For artists who break through as part of a collective, branching out into solo material offers an opportunity to delve into subject matter of a more personal nature. The desire to get real about his...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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Chance the Rapper
When's the last time you listened to a new rap record and thought to yourself, “Damn, this intro is dope.”? For me, it was way back in 2009. While Sharam's She Came Along still boasts the best...Read More
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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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Marco Polo
Fresh off garnering positive Booth reviews for What's Wrong, an album outtake co-starring rap legend Rakim, Marco Polo has pulled another unreleased gem from the vault for our listening pleasure. Like...Read More
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Dizzy Wright
Two young rhymesayers with a cerebral rhyme style and a fondness for the herb, Las Vegas representative Dizzy Wright and B.K. buzzmaker Joey BadA$$ collide on the latest single off the former's next...Read More
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Praverb
Super Saiyans, the latest single from Booth newcomer, Praverb, and Booth regular, Thee Tom Hardy, references Japanese TV series Dragon Ball Z. Of course if you are a fan of the anime cornerstone, you...Read More
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Cam Meekins
Some artists like to appear footloose and fancy free, spending money like there is a hole in the pocket of their skinny jeans. Booth newcomer Cam Meekins, however, does not fall into that category,...Read More
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Torae
C.R.E.A.M., the Wu Tang Clan's classic '94 single, saw Raekwon, Method Man and Inspektah Deck reflecting on the extent to which paper, and their struggle to obtain it, shaped their lives from an early...Read More
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Obie Trice
This Saturday, March 9, marked the 16-year anniversary of Biggie Smalls' untimely passing. To commemorate the occasion, and honor B.I.G.'s immortal contributions to the hip-hop game, Detroit...Read More
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The Pro Letarians
You don’t have to be American professional surfer Kelly Slater or one of the characters from Rocket Power to enjoy the latest single from The Pro Letarians. In fact, Wavy has absolutely nothing to...Read More
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Brainstorm
Whenever I sit down to craft a feature write-up, I always do as much research as Google will let me possible, so that y’all are well informed. However, after listening to the latest from...Read More
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Mr. Finley
I’d like to think all the Boothies out their have a bullsh*t radar than easily detects all the fake emcees who act tough on the mic, but in realty are softer than a mattress. Those radars won't be...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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Trek Life
Thankfully, we have emcees like Trek Life to drop records that remind us of the true essence of Hip-Hop. With his latest release, Just the Music, you can’t help but think about summer days as a kid,...Read More
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The Procussions
In late 2012, underground hip-hop fans voted with their wallets to bring West Coast duo The Procussions back together for their first studio album since 2006. Having teased listeners with...Read More
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GQ
I know a lot of things. I know how to write about rap songs, I know how to open a beer bottle with a set of keys, and I know anything GQ is involved in is going to be dope. For the Oakland...Read More
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The Antiheroes
With their new DJBooth-hosted street album less than a week away from release, T-Dot rap duo The Antiheroes have decided to liberate one last track off the project for your listening pleasure. Those...Read More
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Wax
As a kid, you might have been told that if you work hard, you can be anything you want to be. While this is all well and good, it is not the most realistic motto. Perhaps some brutal honesty and a...Read More
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Black Milk
Not featured on the solo tip since October of 2011, when he hooked up with Danny Brown to co-headline Zap, Motown rapper/producer Black Milk makes up for lost time with his latest single release,...Read More
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Eddy B.
For denizens of inner-city areas devastated by poverty and violence, Hope is a rare commodity. On his latest single and debut feature, North Carolina rhymesayer Eddy B. (formerly one-half of a duo...Read More
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Mic Terror
Mic Terror may rep the Chi, but he imports all his herb from the West Coast. Previously heard contributing guest rhymes to Calliko's Flickin (among numerous other featured jams), the Midwestern...Read More
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P-Money
Late last month, Auckland, New Zealand beatsmith P-Money kicked off his Stateside hustle with Welcome to America, his first Booth feature and the lead single off his U.S. debut album. With...Read More
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