Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - September 09, 2012

September 10, 2012 Chart Recap*As usual, new features win......Read More

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Rapsody
Whether it's a Christmas bonus from your nine to five or a few bonus points from that game you're obsessed with at Dave & Buster's, the word "bonus" brings about nothing but jubilation and excitement....Read More
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Dumbfoundead
No, album lead single Growing Young and its accompanying visuals don't depict Dumbfoundead aging in reverse à la Benjamin Button. In fact, his situation is one that most guys between 20 and 30 (And...Read More
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Substantial
To someone just passing through, Substantial's home turf might look like any other 'hood. To the Baltimore rhymesayer, however, those city blocks are the repository of myriad hopes, dreams, struggles...Read More
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Vinnie Paz
Since time immemorial, wise hip-hop heads have spoken in hushed voices about an Italian-American rhymesayer who emerged from the Philly streets to save the game from the forces of wackness, ushering...Read More
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5
Rilgood
Decades have passed since Huey P. Newton and company patrolled the Oakland streets with shotguns to protect their neighborhoods from the police, but the spirit of the Black Panther struggle lives on...Read More
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Mac Miller
Mac Miller is a talented artist and (going by the man's own lyrics) a true ladies' man, but I never thought of the Pittsburgh emcee as the kind of artist whose very voice makes panties drop. As it...Read More
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7
Macklemore x Ryan Lewis
Sometimes I wonder just how the Seattle bred Irishman Macklemore does what he does. Coming off his most recent release, Same Love, which eloquently addressed the underlying issues associated with...Read More
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Styles of Beyond
Damn. Just... damn. In addition to being the song's title, that four-letter word doubles as fans' like reaction upon hearing the record, which finds underground crew Styles of Beyond joining forces...Read More
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9
Lecrae
Ever wondered why aviators shout “Mayday” when they're in trouble? I didn't until just now but, since I took the time to look it up, I'm going to fill you in: according to Wikipedia, it's derived...Read More
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10
Ariez Onasis
Just shy of a year after stepping into The DJBooth with his last feature, the diabolically playeriffic Victim, Ariez Onasis makes his triumphant return to our pages with the world premiere of his...Read More
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Talib Kweli
Back with his newest creation, Fly Away, is the always dope Brooklyn emcee, Talib Kweli. After releasing the 9th Wonder assisted single, To The Music, earlier this month, this time around Kweli has...Read More
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Nitty Scott, MC
If we were living in the 1960s, Nitty Scott, MC might be rocking bell-bottom jeans, beads and headbands. Even in hoodies, sneakers and hoop earrings, however, the Brooklyn spitter is a Flower Child at...Read More
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¡MAYDAY!
Having bumped Death March's original 3.9 average rating up to a 4.3 with the first of two official remixes, ¡MAYDAY! endeavor to top themselves yet again with the video for Strange March, the latest...Read More
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14
Rob Regal
They say the best music comes when the artist is writing about what they know best. Considering I can’t imagine a topic Lyriciss is better versed in than his own existence, video single My Life is...Read More
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Mac Miller
Mac Miller's first Pink Slime release Onaroll might be sitting comfortably at the #14 spot on our Independent Music Chart, but the Freestyle Series alum won't hesitate to drop off yet another record...Read More
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16
Freddie Gibbs
To mangle a popular saying, when the going gets hard, The Hard get hustling. One of today's most prominent and unapologetic purveyors of that street sh*t, Freddie Gibbs continues to chronicle the...Read More
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17
Tory Lanez
Broadcast from 1984-1995, Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous shaped the “Champagne Wishes and Caviar Dreams” of a generation—and nowhere is its influence clearer than in the visions of opulence...Read More
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18
Yo Dot
What does success look like? For some—and I'm looking at many, if not most rappers here—that vision includes fly clothes, expensive whips, one or more mansions and enough cash to buy it all over...Read More
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Hodgie
Though we've only just met him, Booth newcomer Hodgie Street has a confession to make: he's a a DOPE addict. No, not the kind of dope addict who's hooked on heroin—he simply can't get enough fly...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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