Indie Hip-Hop Music Chart


Indie Hip-Hop Chart - Allergic to the mainstream? Check out our top 20 indie songs. Created by combining how many times the song has been played with your ratings, DJBooth's charts help turn today's brand new music into tomorrow's hit records.

November 26, 2012 Chart Recap*Last week’s......Read More

1
Fashawn

Fashawn ft. Wiz Khalifa - Medicine Man (Drug Free)

If you're anything like me, seeing the subtitle “Drug Free” on a record by Fashawn, with guest bars by Wiz Khalifa, provoked a reflexive eyebrow-raise of epic proportions. And your/my incredulity is justified—in...Read More
2
Joe Budden

Joe Budden - Momma Said

“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 More of Me, new mixtape...Read More
3
Wax

Wax - Toothbrush

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 libido. What, could...Read More
4
Kid Ink

Kid Ink ft. Machine Gun Kelly - Hell & Back (Remix)

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 this time he's brought a...Read More
5
Chase N. Cashe

Chase N. Ca$he ft. A$AP Rocky - Beastin

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 the label like a badge of...Read More
6
Pac Div

Pac Div ft. Blu & Kendrick Lamar - Cross-Trainers

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 power over the game with...Read More
7
M1 (of dead prez)

M1 ft. Nas - Genocide Highway

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; he began plotting an...Read More
8
Emilio Rojas

Emilio Rojas - Whisper

The last single off Emilio Rojas' forthcoming mixtape, an homage to Raekwon's classic Ice Cream, provided an unlikely setting for some serious soul-searching on the topic of familial loyalty. The follow-up, Whisper, finds the...Read More
9
L'Orange

L'Orange ft. Blu - Alone

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 to our frontpage with a...Read More
10
Roger

Roger ft. LJC - Sticks x Stones

Rhode Island emcee Roger is back in The DJBooth with the worldwide premiere of his new video single, Sticks x Stones. After teaming up with director John Greene for F**k a Feature back in September, Roger rejoins Greene Films...Read More
11
I-20

I-20 - A Toast

For most 9-to-5ers, the start of Friday is synonymous with thoughts about the weekend ahead. In the music business, however, the work never stops. Literally, never. That is why it is part and parcel that we bring you yet...Read More
12
Chris Webby

Chris Webby - Bars on Me

No, Chris Webby hasn't caught a case, nor is he carrying around a pocketful of Xanax (as far as I know). The “hundred bars,” the Connecticut emcee and freestyle series alumnus is toting on his latest feature are all of...Read More
13
Daytona

The Kid Daytona ft. Raheem DeVaughn - Hollands (I Made It)

We all have our fare share of travel horror stories, but none might rival The Kid Daytona’s recent travel nightmare. On a trip home from Europe this past summer, Daytona arrived Stateside to find out that his airline had...Read More
14
7evenThirty

7evenThirty - Nightmare (Oddisee Remix)

Originally released as part of 7evenThirty's latest full-length back in September, Nightmare has received the remix treatment courtesy of a longtime DJBooth fave. Though I haven't heard the original and thus can't compare the...Read More
15
Jason James

Jason James x Rodney Hazard - Tomorrow

The hip-hop cynic will tell you that the Golden Days of the genre are over and that club anthems and odes to money, cars and clothes dominate the market. Those with a glass half-full perspective will argue that materialistic...Read More
16
J. Mars

J. Mars ft. Chill Moody - Kingdom Hearts

Don't worry if you haven't touched a Kingdom Hearts game since the first one dropped back in '02—or ever. Though J Mars' latest single shares a title with the popular series, the record's less about whacking famous Disney...Read More
17
J NICS

J NICS - Wonderland

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 are an everyday...Read More
18
The Pro Letarians

The Pro Letarians ft. Cameron Forbes - Triumph

On the lead single off their forthcoming full-length, The Pro Letarians announced their willingness to hustle “Till We Fall” in pursuit of their dreams. That was just a hypothetical, though; as we learn on the follow-up,...Read More
19
Spose

Spose - Just An Introduction (All That)

If you grew up in the 90's, you will undoubtedly love the latest DJBooth feature on emcee Spose. His brand new record Just An Introduction (All That) flips the theme song from the Nickelodeon classic, birthplace to Keenan and...Read More
20
 Ace B8gie

Ace B8gie - Better and Better

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, “In every day, in every...Read More

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