Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - May 15, 2011

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Tyler, The Creator
Can we all take a moment and appreciate the fact that one of today's most-buzzed-about artists is a 20-year-old hip-hop Svengali who spits about rape and murder in a satanic growl, while dressed like...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Emilio Rojas
Emilio Rojas is widely known as an emcee whose sole focus in life is the sun and the shade, parties and women, flashy cars and flashier jewelry, so it’s no surprise that new leak The Letter is an...Read More
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Grieves
Though a talented artist, Seattle up-and-comer Grieves would be the first to admit that he's not a perfect individual. In fact, he has admitted it, repeatedly and in great detail, in his previous...Read More
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Dee-1
After an extended hiatus, the DJBooth.net Freestyle Series makes its triumphant return to our pages. Entry #242 comes courtesy of Dee-1, the New Orleans representative who hooked up with DJBooth to...Read More
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Young Scolla
Reviewing records like this is always a bittersweet experience. While I rave about the sheer dopeness of the song, in the back of my mind I know I have to wait months before I taste more - Young...Read More
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Rock City
Though Caribbean-pop twosome Rock City's PTFAO (Put the F*cking Album Out) campaign didn't ultimately succeed (the duo recently parted ways with Konvict Muzik), brothers Don't Talk Much and Da...Read More
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Bekay
And now for something completely different. While we pause on certain days to remember specific events in history, some can be felt and seen every day through the eyes of our acquaintances, friends...Read More
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Celeb Forever
To paraphrase Jay-Z, money may not lie, but both women andmen do. Of course, for a dude like Celeb Forever, the untruths that come from the ladies hurt the most – thus, as he inform us on new...Read More
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9
Will Brennan
Crazy as it may seem to those of us who know the meaning of the word “downtime,” there are people out there who thrive on being constantly in motion; even if they could be convinced to slow their...Read More
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10
Skyzoo
An emcee and a beat. That's all. The Brooklyn born and bred Skyzoo, making his first solo feature appearance on our pages since the Speakers on Blast era, straight "fountain pen baptizes" bars on his...Read More
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K. Sparks
Fresh off the arrival of his Booth-acclaimed Tomorrow, Today LP, longtime Booth favorite K. Sparks(a freestyle series alumnus) returns with a fresh remix of the project's title track. Here, frequent...Read More
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Killer Mike
In a genre built on comparisons, Killer Mike, or Mike Bigga, whichever you may prefer, is the modern day Ice Cube. Yes, while we're aware Cube is still around, I'm referring to Death Certificate-era...Read More
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El Prez
Picture this scene: Beat drops, El Prez begins to rhyme and girls are running to the dance floor spilling their drinks yelling out, "I just wanna dance ... this is my song." In an era of too many...Read More
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M.i
What?! You haven't downloaded M.i's new mixtape yet? Though the project dropped way back in early April, listeners who aren't as with-it as your average Boothgoer still have time to jump on the Lone...Read More
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The League of Extraordinary Gz
They say there’s strength in numbers, and if that’s true than Austin, TX octet The League of Extraordinary Gz are Samson, when he still had his hair. For those not up on their Biblical references,...Read More
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GhostWridah
Anyone else noticed a certain pungent odor emanating from our mixtape page lately? Kinda like bay laurel, with a hint of Gatorade? Oh, right, that's the sweet smell of Victory, and it's coming from...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
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Omen (Producer)
The title of Omen's forthcoming set, along with politically-charged lead single Negro Spiritual, seem to suggest a project packed from top to bottom with hard-hitting social commentary – but, hey,...Read More
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Robbie Casablanca
I like weird, far-out sounds as much as the next guy – maybe more, depending on the 'next guy' – but damn, do artists like Robbie Casablanca make my job difficult. Simply put, if there's a neat...Read More
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