Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - October 19, 2013

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Wax
Nothing Feels quite as Good as being reunited with an old friend; when said friend comes bearing dope music, of course, that only sweetens the deal. Not glimpsed on our pages since dropping off I...Read More
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ANTHM
Fresh off dazzling readers with his "AMGMix" of current Billboard chart-topper Royals, Manhattan buzzmaker ANTHM continues sketching out his plan for industry domination on a brand new promo single....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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Reckonize Real
Back in April, Boothgoers proved that real does indeed Reckonize Real, awarding the aforementioned Queens beatsmith's debut feature a stunning 4.8-star average rating. How could he possibly top that...Read More
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Kwame Darko
Finding that bad chick or dude who'll ride with you through good and bad times is never easy, and that goes double when you're in a game as replete with opportunistic hangers-on as the music industry....Read More
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Daytona
The Kid Daytona has a well-publicized taste for haute couture, but that doesn't mean he can't appreciate a quality pair of Blue Jeans. Coming on the heels of this month's Damier Suitcases, the Bronx...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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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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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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KXNG CROOKED
In an industry as crowded and cutthroat as the hip-hop game, it's a minor miracle when a talented underground emcee is able to carve out a profitable niche without compromising his or her vision. On...Read More
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Rapsody
Fresh off the late-September re-release of her She Got Game LP (available now for streaming/download in the Booth), First in Flight State phenom Rapsody returns with a fresh promo single sure to cause...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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Chris Webby
Connecticut buzzmaker Chris Webby has weathered some stormy skies thus far in his journey to the top of the hip-hop game. Now, though, his fortunes have shifted and there are nothing but Blue Skies...Read More
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The Band Called Fuse
Next Friday, NYC hip-hop/soul ensemble The Band Called FUSE will be unleashing their latest independent full-length—a milestone which they'll be celebrating with a release party that same evening at...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
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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
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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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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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Mann
Quality summer jams are never in short supply, but records suited for the season that follows are a rarer and more elusive breed. On his latest mixtape single, Los Angeles rhymesayer Mann takes a...Read More
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K. Sparks
1985 was a banner year for the emerging genre of hip-hop, yielding such acclaimed LPs as Run-D.M.C.'s King of Rock, LL Cool J's The Radio and Mantronix's The Album. For K. Sparks, however, it was a...Read More
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The Specktators
Talent is important, but without hunger and drive you won’t get anywhere in this business. On The Campaign, Michigan-bred duo The Specktators show us that they definitely have the talent, as well as...Read More
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DJ Sidereal
DJ Sidereal, the Twin Cities-based beatsmith who brought us reader-acclaimed singles All I Need Is Sunshine and As We Proceed, is back to turn his winning streak into a hat trick with new promo cut...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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