Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - November 18, 2012

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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
Posted 2 years ago by richard
2
Chase N. Cashe
Many, if not most dudes would take offense if you accused them of being a “motherf**kin' dog” when it came to their dealings with females. Chase N. Cashe and A$AP Rocky, on the other hand, wear...Read More
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3
M1 (of dead prez)
On November 9, 1799, an African-Caribbean slave named Denmark Vesey purchased his freedom after winning $1550 in a city lottery. Once unchained, however, he didn't simply start a new life for himself;...Read More
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4
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
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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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J NICS
While the word, “Wonderland” generally has positive connotations, the kingdom Alice visited in Lewis Carroll's classic children's books was actually a pretty f**king scary place, where beheadings...Read More
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7
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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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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9
Joshua Gunn
Visit any rap blog across the world wide web and it's obvious: there are millions of rappers all trying to "get on." Unfortunately, this makes it extremely difficult for those artists who are truly...Read More
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10
OverDoz.
Although they hail from Los Angeles, OverDoz invokes the mid-90s Chicago cruising classic Po Pimp (by Do or Die) in their latest single, Dear God. The Futuristiks' slow, haunting melody, underscored...Read More
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Joe Budden
“Stable” is the last word I'd use to describe Joe Budden's personal life, but there's one individual he can always count on to keep him grounded: his mother. Coming on the heels of lead effort...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
12
K. Sparks
No, K. Sparks' latest feature isn't a hip-hop tribute to the late-'80s/early-'90s comedy-drama starring Fred Savage—as dope as that would undoubtedly be. Instead, single numéro cinq off the Queens...Read More
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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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Mac Miller
The past 12 months have been one wild ride for Mac Miller. One year and a day after the release of Blue Slide Park, the debut set that made the Pittsburgh rhymesayer into a rap superstar and showed...Read More
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15
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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 Ace B8gie
In the early 20th Century, French psychologist Émile Coué rose to prominence based on his pioneering use of the power of autosuggestion, most famously in the form of self-affirming statements like,...Read More
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Jason James
This Is My Rifle, the inaugural single release off Jason James and Rodney Hazard's new project, was a cold shower of political reality after the steaming sh*tstorm that was the 2012 Presidential...Read More
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18
2 Pistols
As much as I dig All I Know, the latest single from 2 Pistols, I am going to have disagree with him. On the song's hook, singer K Major, speaking for 2P and guests Joell Ortiz and French Montana,...Read More
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Masta Killa
After six years of lying low and contributing guest bars to his Wu-Tang colleagues' critically-acclaimed projects, Masta Killa is finally preparing to get back into the solo-album game. As befitting...Read More
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Wax
On the viral smash lead video single off Wax's forthcoming debut album, the DMV native and comedian filled us in on his romance with Rosana, a dime piece whose beauty is only matched by her insatiable...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard

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