Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - October 13, 2013

October 14, 2013 Chart Recap*With Cory Mo‘s......Read More

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Cory Mo
Hold Up... you don't listen to Cory Mo? Either you're allergic to high-quality Southern hip-hop, or you just don't know what you're missing. In the latter case, a listen to the Lone Star State...Read More
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Camm Hunter
This Monday, Down With Webster rhymesayer Camm Hunter made his solo Booth debut with NLG, a confessional jam which explored the artist's ambivalent relationship with Mary Jane. Three short days later,...Read More
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Chuck Inglish
Being fly ain't just a matter of what you do; it's also about how you do it. For an example of someone who has both sides of the equation nailed down tight, look no further than Chuck Inglish. On new...Read More
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Rich Quick
Since this is his DJBooth debut, you can’t blame me for not knowing much about Rich Quick. All I (and you) need to know is that Quick has a co-sign from the legendary Tim Armstrong of Rancid and The...Read More
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Tyler, The Creator
Still hungry for more Odd Future-related material, after enjoying promo single Look just last week? Tyler, the Creator's got you covered. Last night, the crew frontman unveiled the official visuals...Read More
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Childish Gambino
Next to Drake, Childish Gambino is the best-known TV star to break into the hip-hop game, but Yaphet Kotto beat both of 'em to the punch by a long margin. Known for playing Lieutenant Al Giardello on...Read More
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Dust
If there's one thing classic sci-fi movies have taught me, it's that nothing good can come from humans Playing God. Dust's latest feature, however, has forced me to reconsider that received notion. On...Read More
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Dom Kennedy
Dom Kennedy’s forthcoming album was originally scheduled for release on October 1, but after a slight delay is scheduled for liftoff on October 15. While most artists wouldn't bat an eye, Dom has...Read More
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OnCue
Update: The Adam Ross-directed visuals for OnCue's Way Too Far single has been added. Don’t get me wrong; I am all for free music, but I also believe that if an artist inspires you, you should...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Miami Beat Wave
In this day and age, it's rare to have the kind of Neighbors who'll drop by unannounced with a fruit basket or homemade cookies, just to make you feel welcome. Miami Beat...Read More
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Anti-Lilly
Been holding your breath in anticipation of another dope feature from Anti-Lilly? If the wait didn't kill you, you can finally resume Respiration, as the Houston buzzmaker's returned to our pages with...Read More
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Jinx
After two years with nary a feature from JINX, I was starting to worry that he'd tumbled into an open manhole or fallen victim to some comparable accident. Hey, his name is synonymous with bad luck....Read More
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Danny Brown
I know what you're thinking: “Drug addicts are dangerous, unpredictable, and not all that fun to be around. Who the f**k would want to buy or lease one?” Luckily for Danny Brown, he isn't actually...Read More
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Blu
Over the centuries, countless artists, philosophers and theologians have shared their visions of the End of the World. As far as I know, though, the apocalypse has never sounded quite as smooth as it...Read More
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Rapsody
As is evident from the often introspective content of her bars, Rapsody doesn't mind spending time alone with her thoughts. Like all of us, though, she does crave company from time to time. On a new...Read More
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Luke Christopher
Back in 2005, Papoose broke into the rap game with Alphabetical Slaughter, an acclaimed joint which featured the East Coast emcee delivering alliterative bars based on every letter from A to Z....Read More
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Thurz
I don't know what I expected from a joint named after mid-'80s sitcom Punky Brewster, but it definitely didn't involve a Jamaican patois. In fact, THURZ's new single has nothing to do with the show or...Read More
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Termanology
After countless hours of hustle and preparation, it's finally Termanology's time to shine—and the Boston rhymesayer ain't about to let the moment pass him by. Fresh off the release of his sixth...Read More
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Flatbush ZOMBiES
In their work to date, the Flatbush ZOMBiES have exhibited a knack for juxtaposing gruesome lyrical themes and grimy flows with some of the most chilled-out beats that will ever grace your headphones....Read More
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Koncept
When you think of great hip-hop couples, who comes to mind? Beyoncé and Jay Z (duh), Alicia and Swizz, but what about Numonics and Koncept? OK, so they aren’t dating, but Numonics's production...Read More
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MaLLy
On his forthcoming Strange Rhythm EP, MaLLy will look to “[express] his deep passion for independence and [make] a stand as a solo artist.” Lead single Dead Art Painting starts the project's...Read More
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Smif N Wessun
With a career spanning two decades and five albums under their belt, Smif N Wessun are old hands at hip-hop. Thus, the Brooklyn mainstays have decided to try something a little different with their...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Kal Duzay
Back in August, Kal Duzay hit the DJBooth at Top Speed, earning an average of 3.9 stars for his debut feature. It appears he has another, albeit slower gear, however, with evidence appearing in the...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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