Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - September 16, 2012

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Apathy
I don’t know about y’all, but Sunday felt like Christmas to me. I mean, I got to watch football all day (this feeling continued into Monday night's double header of games). I guess Christmas comes...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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G-Eazy
Fellas beware: if you leave your girl in a room alone with G-Eazy, she won't be your girl anymore by the time she comes out. On new single Lady Killers, the follow-up to late July's Plastic Dreams,...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
3
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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5
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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6
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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7
Scoe
More than a decade after work first began on Detox, hip-hop heads everywhere are still awaiting the album as if it were the second coming of Christ. I bring that up only because it illustrates the...Read More
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8
Dee-1
In this era of inflated braggadocio, every rapper and their mother will tell you they're the greatest to ever touch a mic—even if you don't believe it, you've got to fake delusions of grandeur just...Read More
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9
Buddy
Based on our limited sampling of his music thus far—namely, promo single Staircases and mixtape cut Inspired--I think it's safe to conclude that Buddy is a talented rhymesayer with the potential to...Read More
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10
Saigon
Is it just me, or have there been some serious black power vibes in the Booth lately? Just days after the release of Gun, a single which saw Brooklyn's Rilgood invoking the radical anti-cop message of...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
11
K. Sparks
A Show Off K. Sparks may be, but the Queens rhymesayer's not just in the game to flaunt his mic skills. Look beneath the braggadocious bluster and twisty flows, and you'll see a man with a sharp...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
12
The Pro Letarians
For some artists, rap is simply a tool to help them to achieve a larger purpose—once they've gotten out the 'hood, copped that mansion or become a celebrity, the rest is gravy. Jupiter Jim and J.O....Read More
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13
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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14
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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15
Wax
Breaking up with your label is never easy but, in the case of Wax's recent split with Def Jam, their parting ways may have been a blessing in disguise. For one thing, the Booth fave's current single,...Read More
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16
Brother Ali
Uplifting rhymesayer Brother Ali releases his newest video for Only Life I Know, a feature cut off his fifth studio album, Mourning in America and Dreaming in Color. Holding an instrumental (pun...Read More
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17
Rashid Hadee
With the unrelenting and unfortunate violence that has seemed to plague Chicago for the past several months, Windy City artist Rashid Hadee hopes to add a positive Shine to his city in the form of his...Read More
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18
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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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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