Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - November 16, 2013

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OCD: Moosh & Twist
Fresh off lending their flows to Roller Coaster, the latest feature from Booth fave Yonas, Moosh & Twist return to The DJBooth with single numero uno off their next solo album. Released along with...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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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
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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
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Hopsin
On Hop Is Back, the second single off his forthcoming sophomore LP, Hopsin made clear that he was ready, willing and able to annihilate anyone foolish enough to step. One warning shot of that caliber...Read More
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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
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Uptown Swuite
What exactly is The Fonk referenced in the title of Uptown Swuite's new single? Other than it being derived from the word “funk,” I have no fonkin' idea—but by the time the record's through,...Read More
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Nutso
Not featured on our pages since bringing us an exclusive stream of his Behind These Bars EP in September of 2012, Q-Borough emcee Nutso makes his grand re-entrance into the Booth with Phuk It!, a...Read More
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The BenchWarmers Clique
Craving something mellow and laid-back to bump in your headphones while you take a mini-vacation from the daily grind? Look no further than The Benchwarmers Clique's latest street single, a Low Key...Read More
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M.i
Last we heard from M.i., he was recounting a breezy summer romance on Sundress Pt. 2, a reader-approved joint off Republic Records' The Basement Chronicles: Chapter 1 compilation. Turns out that's not...Read More
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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
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OverDoz.
Later this week, Cali crew OverDoz will be unleashing its latest street album, Boom. To build attention for what promises to be a downright explosive release (lame pun intended), the foursome's...Read More
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Sean Brown
Last we heard from Sean Brown, he was reflecting candidly on his personal and professional struggles on September's reader-approved Morning Sun. Today, the Alumni Music Group signee returns with...Read More
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N.B.S.
Look out your window—do you see something other than smoldering ruins? Then N.B.S. are still living fast, smoking trees and stacking paper. On their latest single and solo Booth debut (They were...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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Casey Veggies
A cut originally featured on January digital full-length Life Changes, Casey Veggies's Life$tyle has received the official remix treatment courtesy of New Orleans phenom Curren$y. As you'd expect, the...Read More
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DonJuan
Though this is only his first Booth feature, DonJuan already feels like a big shot—and he certainly sounds like one. On Millionaire Dreams, DonJuan shares his dreams and ambitions with listeners...Read More
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Snake Hollywood
Loathing what's currently on the airwaves is practically a prerequisite for a career as an underground emcee, but it's been a hot minute since I heard someone rail as aggressively against mainsteam...Read More
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Tito Lo
Last heard flexing his lyrical muscles on mid-August video single Black Dude, Spanish Name, Tito Lopez returns to feed his hungry fanbase with #BUSSIN, a fresh cut unattached to any forthcoming...Read More
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STS
When I think of someone who wears their Heart on [Their] Sleeve, I imagine someone who's candid and up-front about their feelings, especially in the context of romantic relationships. ATL/Philly dual...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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Jamall Bufford
Has smoking trees started to feel like the same-old, same old? Jamall Bufford has something that'll get you even Higher. Just put on a pair of headphones, hit “play” and relax as the Mello Music...Read More
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A.Dd+
As fans of the Dallas duo already know, A.Dd+'s stage name is a stylized version of the initialism for “Attention Deficit Disorder,” built from the first letters of the members' respective first...Read More
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Elite
With his latest street album less than a week away from release, Dreamville emcee/producer Elite returns to our pages with a brand new single off the set. In stark contrast to October's Do She Got a...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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