Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - October 03, 2010

October 4, 2010 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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AC
Damn, talk about a back story. AC, the Staten Island emcee and infamous DJBooth Freestyle alum we last heard hard rhyming on About No One, strikes a much more melancholy tone on his new single Angel,...Read More
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Saheed
Life ain't easy – and, as those who tuned in for cathartic mixtape cut How Can I Explain already know, Saheed is well acquainted with hardship. Be that as it may, the Panhandle State buzzmaker (and...Read More
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Dre Biggity
In the grand scheme of unexpected samples Inland Empire representer and DJBooth Freestyle alum Dre Biggity’s using Queen’s The Show Must Go On to open his new, oddly titled On My Meet The Parents...Read More
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GhostWridah
If you’ve been following GhostWridah’s work at the Booth, most notably his highly acclaimed In Love With My Future, you’ll probably already have your gloves up prior to listening. However, if...Read More
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Jon Hope
They say that pressure makes diamonds, but it also crushes, pulverizes and demolishes those not strong enough to withstand it. If DJBooth nation’s response to Providence emcee Jon Hope’s last...Read More
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MaLLy
Ladies and gentlemen, Mally is back in your speakers and he plans on staying there. Five months after his last offering Better Days comes his latest underground single, Lights Off, a record that finds...Read More
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Hoodie Allen
In hip-hop years, which tends to be an young man’s game, I’m somewhere between Soulja Boy and Jay-Z, so when I heard DJBooth newcomer Hoodie Allen’s mixtape standout cut I was filled with...Read More
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The Canz
“When Cameron was in Egypt’s land, let me Cameron go.” You’ll have to excuse me, I just see a title like Ferris Bueller (Personal Day Off) and instinctively start quoting the most rewatchable...Read More
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Freeway
Beauty may be in the eye of the beholder – or, as the case may be, the ear of the listener – but, judging by the Booth reaction to Philly heavyweight (and freestyle series alum) Freeway and...Read More
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The Mad Violinist
On paper, pairing lush, hip-hop-informed grooves with lead violin seems like a strange idea – and, in a way, it is. Of course, it's hard to focus on how out-of-the-ordinary Ashanti “The Mad...Read More
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Playboy Tre
The crowd cheers while the visiting team leaves the field. The home team stands triumphant while Ready Go plays through the stadium. Imagine it. I can, and so did Playboy Tre. Known in the Booth...Read More
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Hanif. (Luck-One)
If Portland, Oregon has heard an emcee representative put in work on the Booth I can’t think of them, so even if newcomer Luck-One, making his Booth debut today with his new single More, isn’t...Read More
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Nottz
Nottz is one of the best producers some of you have never heard of. A veteran in the game since 1998, Nottz has supplied plenty of our favorite artists with beats, including Game, Snoop, and Xzibit,...Read More
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QuESt
What if video game characters had to navigate through the REAL world? They'd be disappointed that there were no treasure chests with extra coins or re-up packs for energy. But they would find QuEST,...Read More
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Mac Miller
The 197th entry in our DJBooth.net Freestyle Series comes courtesy of Mac Miller, the Steel City native who earned reader acclaim for mixtape cut Don't Mind if I Do. On his brand new, exclusive...Read More
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Woody
When you have a track with two well known emcees backing up someone less known for their vocal work, there’s always concern for the possibility of Diddy Syndrome (one guy without any talent manages...Read More
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Starrs & Murph
Where are Rhode Island buzzmakers Starrs & Murph going to be premiering their latest mixtape leak? Here. When is it going down? Now. Am I going to write this entire track review in a...Read More
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John Regan
Considering Yesterday has literally been covered more times than any song in history, it isn’t surprising that John Regan, the Baltimore emcee who impressed us with his DJBooth debut Paint the...Read More
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Skyzoo & !llmind
On Barrel Brothers, a cut off 2007's Big Doe Rehab, Wu-Tang heavyweight Ghostface hooked up with Beanie Sigel and Styles P. to craft a hard-hitting street banger for the ages. Three years later,...Read More
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