Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - November 11, 2012

November 12, 2012 Chart Recap*Tech N9ne‘s......Read More

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L'Orange
First introduced to the DJBooth readership in September of 2011, when he hooked up with Kaimbr, Kon Sci and Legacy to bring us ambitious hustle anthem My Time, independent beatsmith L'Orange returns...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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Kid Ink
After surviving a trip to Hell & Back, you'd think Kid Ink would be none too anxious to repeat the journey. Today, however, we find the Tha Alumni Music Group signee preparing to do just that—and...Read More
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Pac Div
Pac Div have their Cross Trainers laced up, and they're ready to run sh*t. Following previously-featured album inclusions Truth and Black Acura, this jam finds the well-heeled crew consolidating their...Read More
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4
Mac Miller
In today's accelerated music game, most rising rap stars don't even feel the need to release an album before they start contemplating retirement, adopting alter egoes or announcing that they're not...Read More
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5
Tech N9ne
Nobody likes a liar, but Tech N9ne takes industry bullsh*t a little more personally than most. As evidenced by freshly-released video single URALYA, any mealymouthed suit unlucky enough to fall into...Read More
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Dom Kennedy
Back in May , Dom Kennedy painted a lyrical picture of his ideal evening on single My Type of Party. There are few soirees that can't be improved with the addition of a couple more dope emcees; thus,...Read More
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Sean Price
The sheer amount of new music that passes through my headphones on the daily means that, if you were to ask me in the evening which new records I'd listened to just hours ago, I'd be lucky if one or...Read More
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8
Yonas
On his last feature, YONAS made clear that it doesn't matter whether you're a politician, a priest, a policeman or the Queen of England; if you aren't in the streets with him and his people, the...Read More
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Rittz
New Strange Music signee Rittz's music undoubtedly has a dark side, but that willingness to shine a light on the parts of life that so often get swept under the rug is part of the appeal. The ATL...Read More
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10
Hona Costello
What's Booth newcomer Hona Costello's favorite strain of weed? You might as well ask a parent to pick their favorite child. On his latest single, the Cali-based, Chicago-born spitter celebrates just...Read More
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11
MURS
Though MURS and 9th Wonder chose to channel their energy into making dope music, there are those from their respective 'hoods who, though some combination of will and circumstance, took a darker...Read More
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Sean Price
BBQ Sauce may typically be reserved for fall-off-the-bone ribs or succulent grilled chicken, but if New York City emcees Sean Price and Pharoahe Monch want to scatter it on their rhymes then we're...Read More
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LL Cool J
While The DJBooth declined to post Ratchet, the lead single off LL Cool J's forthcoming indie LP, we weren't about to leave the rap veteran's fans hanging. Nearly a year after he made his last...Read More
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14
Breezy Lovejoy
To say that emcee/singer/producer Breezy Lovejoy has had a great year, would be an understatement. After first appearing on DJBooth in April, as a guest of reader faves Wax and Dumbfounded, Breezy has...Read More
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Macklemore x Ryan Lewis
Otherside, the very first Booth feature from Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, saw the former delivering a brutally honest chronicle of his struggle with addiction, and reflecting on the extent to which pop...Read More
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16
 Gilbere Forte'
Don't let the title of Gilbere Forte's latest video single and EP title track fool you; as a listen to PRAY reveals, the Philly phenom ain't about to get down on his knees for anyone. Here, frequent...Read More
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17
Earl Sweatshirt
Since returning from his sojourn to Samoa back in February, Earl Sweatshrt has been relatively quiet, restricting his musical output to a few guest features with Odd Future affiliated artists. Now,...Read More
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NIQUE
NIQUE began his #WoodGrainWednesdays with Be OK, a record begging fans' pardon for his almost year-long hiatus from the rap game. This week, he has another apology to make—to his parents, for airing...Read More
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Rapsody
Rapsody doesn't need a DeLorean to travel back to 1996; simply throw on a boom-bap rhythm and the North Carolina spitter will find herself transported back to her hip-hop saturated youth. On The...Read More
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Sean Price
When it comes to rocking the mic, Sean Price is a f**king warrior—a Bar-Barian, if you will. You can blame that terrible pun on the veteran emcee, who adopts the appellation on the latest single off...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard

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