Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - October 27, 2013

October 28, 2013 Chart Recap*Last week’s......Read More

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Vinnie Paz
Vinnie Paz's achievements in the hip-hop game are nothing to sneeze at, but they become even more impressive when you account for the Philly rhymesayer's lifelong struggle with mental illness. On Is...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Childish Gambino
There are few sure things in this life—jobs, relationships and health can all change with little or no warning. Whatever the future may hold, though, it will almost certainly involve fresh tunes...Read More
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Isaiah Rashad
Last month, rhymesayer Isaiah Rashad stepped into The DJBooth with his first feature of 2013, promotional single Shot You Down. The record won widespread reader acclaim thanks to Antydote and Chris...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Hopsin
Lyrical heads rejoice: Hop Is Back. On the latest single off his forthcoming junior set, Cali underground phenom Hopsin announces that his 'ass-whooping ticket's been validated and he's ready to do...Read More
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Hi-Rez
It's not unheard-of for rappers to release self-titled tracks, but you rarely encounter a joint named after its producer. With that said, it ain't hard to tell why Hi-Rez decided to shout-out Brandon...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Allan Rayman
Three months and change after the release of Allan Rayman's DJBooth-hosted debut project, H.O.H.W., our readers are undoubtedly getting hungry for some fresh tunes from the T-Dot emcee and singer....Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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SH*T!
Renowned Toronto emcee D-Sisive and beatsmith MMac may not be rolling in bucks at the moment, but Tyler Perry's gonna make them millionaires... he just doesn't know it yet. At the very least, having...Read More
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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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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
Posted one year ago by richard
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Romero Mosley
Sick of the Same Ol', same ol'? You've come to the right place; despite what its title might suggest, beatsmith Romero Mosley's Booth debut ain't the kind of sh*t you hear every day. This...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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J.Lately
Best known in the Booth for his collaborative work with Sacramento's J. Good, Oakland emcee J. Lately has linked up with a different partner-in-rhyme for his next street release—namely, West Coast...Read More
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Syler
On his last feature, late August's Goin' Nowhere, Syler assured listeners that he was gonna be a fixture on our pages for the foreseeable future. The NYC rapper/producer's been quiet for the last...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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Bubba Sparxxx
Fresh off last week's release of his senior set, ATL veteran Bubba Sparxxx steps into The DJBooth with a fresh video single off the project. As the title suggests, Bangin' is a bass-heavy cut best...Read More
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D-WHY
Absent from the Booth since dropping off espresso-lovers' anthem FaZe Clan back in May, D-WHY makes his triumphant return to our pages with One Day, the first official single off his next EP....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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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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Mayo
Lately, it seems like a day rarely goes by without a debut feature from an up-and-coming Chicago artist. Today, our lineup is especially heavy on emerging Windy City talent; not only did indie emcee...Read More
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STS
STS may have a thing for element #79 on the periodic table (as evidenced by the title of his GOLDRush mixtape series), but that doesn't mean he's entirely down with hip-hop's fixation on material...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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Mac Miller
Amid the bleary-eyed, often depressive philosophical reflections that dominate Mac Miller's sophomore set, Youforia is an island of utter tranquility. What could be responsible for its peaceful,...Read More
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Pizzle
Pizzle's mic skills and pen game are a cut above the rest, but what really distinguishes him from his peers is The insatiable Hunger that motivates his hustle. Just how ravenous is he? Take a listen...Read More
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Yancey Boys
This year, Jeeps have been receiving a surprising amount of love in the hip-hop game; February saw Action Bronson release a cut intended Strictly 4 them, and today the Yancey Boys drop off a fresh...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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