Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - November 27, 2011

November 28, 2011 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

1
Raekwon
A standout track off '09 Wu-Tang compilation Chamber Music, Ill Figures found Raekwon sharing the mic with three fellow pioneers of the Northeastern gangsta/hardcore style: Brownsville,...Read More
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2
King Mez
In dozens of Booth-featured cuts, an exclusive freestyle and two mixtape releases (The King's Khrysis and The Paraplegics), it's never occurred to me to wonder what King Mez was supposed to be king...Read More
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3
Rittz
When most rappers spit about their hopes and dreams, the objects of their desires are things like Platinum sales numbers, sky-high stacks of cash, fancy whips and one-night stands with gorgeous...Read More
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4
Strong Arm Steady Gang
Saying your song is a Classic may not necessarily make it so, but there's something to be said for setting expectations—provided, of course, you have the skills to meet and/or exceed them. In the...Read More
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5
DJ Revolution
Having rocked club dancefloors throughout Europe, Asia and Australia/New Zealand as well as across the Americas, DJ Revolution has earned the right to the title “Mr. International.” Precisely what...Read More
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6
Mac Miller
"Run and tell your mother, motherf*cker." Seriously--if your mother happens to be a Mac Miller fan, she might appreciate knowing that the rap wunderkind just unleashed the title track off his...Read More
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7
AudioDax
Temble and Krypton Flo of AudioDax are about as bright-eyed and bushy-tailed a duo as the rap game has ever seen, but the industry has a way of sucking the idealism out of young talent. On...Read More
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8
Elite
Like many rappers, Elite likes to emphasize the action-packed nature of his grind by comparing his daily life to a movie. Rolling with that metaphor, then, you can think of the DreamVille affiliate's...Read More
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9
Ceez (Cesar Luciano)
Fresh off making one of the most-acclaimed Booth debuts in recent memory with Lets Ride, Cesar Luciano returns with the freshly-minted follow-up--an exclusive world premiere. On Lights Down, Marv X's...Read More
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10
QuESt
Miami's hip-hop answer to DC Comics hero The Flash, QuEST has the speed and mental acuity to leave his competition in the dust. Don't believe me? Simply take a listen to The Blur, a new album outtake...Read More
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11
KXNG CROOKED
Regular readers of the Booth know that, when Crooked I goes all-out on the mic, there's not a man in the industry who can match his combo of wit, aggression, and dexterity. For those who need a little...Read More
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12
Lyn Charles
While I've always thought that rumors of hip-hop's demise were greatly exaggerated, that oft-rehashed argument shouldn't stop listeners from enjoying a cut as dope as Resurrection of Hip Hop, the...Read More
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13
Chris Webby
After numerous features and a Booth-exclusive freestyle, attentive readers are undoubtedly hip to what Chris Webby's all about. Nonetheless, inaugural album leak What I Do is a dope reminder, with...Read More
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14
NIQUE
What good is 20/20 vision when you can't see what's right in front of your nose? For example, any hip-hop head who hasn't taken note of the moves NIQUE's been making in the game may as well be legally...Read More
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15
SIN
Introduced to the Booth via October's reader-acclaimed In Miami, SIN returns to our pages with another world premiere off his forthcoming, DJBooth-sponsored EP. Pumping Hearts finds the Providence,...Read More
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16
Ras Kass
It's getting harder and harder to ignore the effects of human carelessness on the world around us—whether you're talking about the Holes in the Ozone caused by the emission of greenhouse gases, or...Read More
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17
J NICS
E.S.G. may no longer have the cachet of a Bun B or Slim Thug, but he was one of the most influential artists on the H-town scene, helping to popularize the chopped-n-screwed style that would become...Read More
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18
Freddie Gibbs
When it was first announced that Madlib and Freddie Gibbs were doing an EP together, rap fans began scratching their heads with legitimate anticipation. Though it’s an odd pairing on paper, the...Read More
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19
G Rocka
Fiending for some of that straight-up underground sh*t? Your wish is G Rocka's command. On his first Booth feature, the lead single off his brand new, Soul Assassins-presented mixtape, the West Coast...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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