Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - November 09, 2013

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Fredo Santana
Guess what, readers: I just vibed out to a new single from Fredo Santana, featuring guest bars from none other than Kendrick Lamar. You Jealous? Well don't be, because the cut's now available in the...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Smoke DZA
On Ashtray, a cut off 2012's Rugby Thompson tape, Harlem-repping DJBooth regular Smoke DZA invited fellow THC-lovers Domo Genesis and ScHoolboy Q to join him as he burned some gas in his whip. The...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Childish Gambino
Not so long ago, a rapper softly singing his own hooks would have been considered ridiculous. Now, even Eminem is belting out emotional ballads. Though Stronger Than I Was made me wonder whether the...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Isaiah Rashad
Fresh off celebrating his addition to the Top Dawg stable with a Jay Rock/ScHoolboy Q-assisted remix of recent single Shot You Down, Isaiah Rashad keeps it in the TDE family on his latest promo cut,...Read More
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Mr. Probz
Though Mr. Probz scored an international hit earlier this year with promo cut Waves, he's yet to officially release anything off Booth-acclaimed debut album The Treatment. But that's not to say the...Read More
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Childish Gambino
There are few sure things in this life—jobs, relationships and health can all change with little or no warning. Whatever the future may hold, though, it will almost certainly involve fresh tunes...Read More
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Rich Quick
Since this is his DJBooth debut, you can’t blame me for not knowing much about Rich Quick. All I (and you) need to know is that Quick has a co-sign from the legendary Tim Armstrong of Rancid and The...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Kuniva
Previously featured as part of veteran crew D12, Motown rhymesayer Kuniva makes his first foray into the solo Booth spotlight with a new promo single that I can only describe as... Michiganish. In...Read More
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Kings Dead
Update: The Pio DiBenedetto-directed visuals for Kings Dead single Don't Need Much has been added. Utopia will be available 10/7, via iTunes. Sonny Shotz and Alex Mendoza of Kings Dead Don't Need...Read More
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Green Street
In winter of 2012, A-Live and Renaissance of Booth-acclaimed hip-hop crew Green Street were both diagnosed with life-threatening illnesses. The devastating effects of that news would have driven a...Read More
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Isaiah Rashad
Last month, rhymesayer Isaiah Rashad stepped into The DJBooth with his first feature of 2013, promotional single Shot You Down. The record won widespread reader acclaim thanks to Antydote and Chris...Read More
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Dee-1
There's not a person among us who hasn't thought, from time to time, about what he or she would do with a billion bucks. Me, I'd probably move to Paris (after setting my mom up in a new crib, of...Read More
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Will WildFire
Previously heard lending his flow to Phive's reader-acclaimed Without You Babe, Will WildFire makes his first foray into the solo DJBooth spotlight with HIBA, a brand new single off his forthcoming...Read More
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Lewis Allen
Hunting for Red October? No need to sweep the inky depths with sonar—you've found it, right here in the Booth. Part of a forthcoming street album, Lewis's latest single finds him departing from the...Read More
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Marco Polo
Tomorrow, April 19, marks the third anniversary of Guru's death from cancer. Despite his untimely passing, the Gang Starr co-founder's influence is alive and well among underground artists and heads....Read More
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Talib Kweli
Nothing makes me groan like hearing an otherwise-intelligent rapper go off on a half-baked tirade about the Illuminati. Apparently, I'm not the only one. In the opening bars of The Wormhole, the lead...Read More
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Gill Graff
How long is Miami rhymesayer Gill Graff gonna keep striving for success in the hip-hop game? The answer couldn't be simpler: “Until I Win.” On the lead single off his next full-length, the Dear...Read More
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Obie Trice
Obie Trice has been quiet since May, when he stepped into the Booth with LP cut Bang, but an inveterate hustler like the Motown representative can't stay dormant for long. Today, he returns to the...Read More
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D-WHY
In summer of 2011, while visiting Paris and Versailles, D-WHY and director Rex Arrow shot footage for what was intended to become a three-part music video. Unfortunately, they neglected to back up...Read More
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Vinnie Paz
Vinnie Paz's achievements in the hip-hop game are nothing to sneeze at, but they become even more impressive when you account for the Philly rhymesayer's lifelong struggle with mental illness. On Is...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard

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Joey BadA$$
In the past five months, both Action Bronson and the Yancey Boys have stepped into the Booth with records dedicated to the Jeep. Today, yet another rap buzzmaker jumps on the bandwagon—namely Joey...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Syler
Syler is many things—a skilled rhymesayer, an NYC native, a burgeoning Booth fave... But if there's one thing he'd like to emphasize above all else, it's this: “I am What I Am.” The message of...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Emilio Rojas
To date, we've featured a whopping seven cuts off Emilio Rojas's latest LP, out of a total 12. But he hasn't exhausted the project yet. Just the opposite: it seems he's been saving the best for last....Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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