Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - October 23, 2011

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Immortal Technique
Immortal Technique is so revolutionary he makes dead prez look like Ray-J, Talib Kweli look like Flo-Rida and Lupe Fiasco look like Shawty Lo. Ok, so that’s a bit of an exaggeration, but you get the...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by richard
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Childish Gambino
Is Donald Glover serious? Thus far, the Community star-turned-buzzmaking emcee's musical output has been so fresh, witty and unhinged that the question has faded into the background. In case anyone's...Read More
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Dangerflow
If your name’s Pimp C I’m going to expect you to rhyme about pimping, if your name’s C Murder I’m going to expect you to rhyme about murder, and if your name’s Dangerflow I’m going to...Read More
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Sick Jacken
Like the Green Bay Packers, DJBooth’s had a perfect record when it comes to dropping dope records from our new 20/20 series. And much like the defending champs, our streak is no surprise – how...Read More
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Talib Kweli
When Booth-acclaimed artists join forces to record a dope record, that's a Beautiful thing. And when the record in question is created to support an important cause? That's f*cking gorgeous. A new...Read More
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King Chip
I’ve been in this rap blogging game for a minute now and I thought I’d heard it all (after you’ve heard R. Kelly’s Sex Planet nothing shocks you), but I’d never heard an ode to...Read More
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Denzil Porter
Hearing the “nice guys finish last” speech my whole life, it’s easy for me to feel unappreciated and used to the fact that a**holes get all the girls. Those same girls will continue to insist...Read More
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Johnny Spanish
Whatever your opinion on the ever-growing Occupy movement (I think it's rather dope, myself), you'd have to be an anosmiac not to notice the scent of revolution in the air. Unsurprisingly, the trend...Read More
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Iron Solomon
Halloween is just around the corner, and Iron Solomon has cooked up something special for the occasion. On the latest release off the seasonally-themed set, the NYC mic murderer informs hip-hop heads...Read More
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Everlast
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the name Everlast? If the answer is House of Pain congratulations, you’re probably an ‘80s baby like me. If the answer is his hit solo...Read More
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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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Freeway
In recent years, Freeway has, if not departed from his traditional, hard-nosed image, diversified considerably; hell, last we heard from the Philly representative, he was waxing poetic about the joys...Read More
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Green Street
Next time someone gets on your case for zoning out at work, school or whatever, you can bust out this quote from British writer T.E. Lawrence: “Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of...Read More
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Tech N9ne
When Tech N9ne’s not busy serving as the game’s most successful indie artist, he’s the CEO of his own Strange Music label, a job that’s lead to the signing of none other than DJBooth favorites...Read More
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Rob Regal
So a few days ago I get an email from Lyriciss asking me to check out his new track featuring Ray-J. I won’t front, my heart stopped for a moment. Could one of hip-hop’s most integral emcees...Read More
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Torae
Though there's a time and a place of every kind of music (well, except for Kenny G.), I think I speak for many heads when I say that uncut, gimmick-free hip-hop is always welcome in my headphones....Read More
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Nappy Roots
At first blush, Pete Rose doesn't seem like an obvious role model for a hip-hopper. But think about it: the man came up through hard work and dedication, made hits like a motherf*cker and he was...Read More
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Emilio Rojas
Though the competition is stiff and the obstacles many, Emilio Rojas is determined to Rise Above hardship and write his name among the stars. On this unreleased cut, nVMe's tension-fraught yet...Read More
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Statik Selektah
While the life of a recording artist is by no means easy, one can't deny the allure of fame, fortune and--last, but most certainly not least--Groupie Love. On the latest single off Statik Selektah's...Read More
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