Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - September 08, 2013

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Nate Good
I’d really like to see the birth certificate of Booth newcomer Nate Good. He claims to be a 20-year-old raised in Purcellville, VA, but, after checking out Sugar Water, I think he was really born in...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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David Dallas
Like winning a marathon (or even finishing one), succeeding in the rap game requires incredible drive, stamina and self-discipline. New Zealand hip-hop heavyweight David Dallas is richly endowed with...Read More
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Denzel Curry
Here in the Booth, we are big baseball fans. OK, so maybe it's just me, but still, the three-strike rule is in effect. With March's Threatz and April's N64, we have given you two chances to put Denzel...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Lotus
An instrumental electronic jam band based in the City of Brotherly Love, Lotus is preparing to make its first foray into hip-hop with the forthcoming Monks LP. Switching genres can be a risky move;...Read More
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PHZ-Sicks
It's been a hot minute since Virginia-based rhymesayer PHZ-Sicks last rolled through The DJBooth; Success/Failure hit our front page way back in December of 2010. A man can change a lot in three...Read More
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World’s Fair
You might think World’s Fair were juicing or using corked mics à la Sammy Sosa, but rest assured the Queens collective’s skills are all-natural. As they demonstrated with Your Girl’s Here Pt. 2...Read More
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OVEOUS
Considering I eat guacamole just about every day, I’m pretty much an avocado expert. Still, I've never tasted one quite like OVEOUS’s Black Avocado; he has a flavor all his own. Setting the stage...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
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Crystal Seth
I think I have been watching too much Breaking Bad, because at first I thought Booth newcomer Crystal Seth’s name was really "crystal meth." Come to think of it, though, the edgy style he display on...Read More
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10
Terrace Martin
On Can't Choose, the recently-featured Booth debut from JRDN, the T-Dot singer attempted to sidestep the decision between two equally promising woman by inviting both to a romantic dinner for three....Read More
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11
King Mez
It's been just three months since King Mez last dropped by the Booth but, in that short span of time, the Carolina mainstay has experienced some big changes in the professional arena. Most notably, he...Read More
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12
Fundament
When I read the title of Fundament's latest single, I immediately thought of the wholesome childhood pastime of burning bugs with concentrated sunlight. I may have a sick mind but, as it turns out,...Read More
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REKS
As those who have been paying attention to the political subtext (and, often, straight-up text) of his bars already know, REKS is the last emcee one would expect to see standing before Old Glory with...Read More
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Zion I
You might see the title of the latest visual from Zion I and assume the record is X-rated. What you probably don’t know is that Sex Wax is actually the name of a type of wax that surfers put on...Read More
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Lil Dicky
Back in February, we heard Philly emcee Lil Dicky spit about the many perks of life as a Caucasian on White Dude, a mixtape cut which transcended its potentially painful premise by offering an...Read More
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Lil Nardy
No, Booth newcomer Lil Nardy wasn't vacationing in Chernobyl this summer. That pale light emanating from the Mobile, Alabama emcee's body is The Glow of impending stardom. On this street-ready cut,...Read More
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17
Tech N9ne
Just how dope is Tech N9ne's latest promotional single, So Dope (They Wanna)? Well, you might want to have a methdone script lined up before hitting play; otherwise, you may find yourself unable to...Read More
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Marcus Moody
When you're Sick and Tired of how things are going, but aren't ready to turn your life upside down in pursuit of greener pastures, a small symbolic change can, at the very least, help you see things...Read More
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Shae Money
In this world, there are just three things you can truly count on: death, taxes, and Chuuwee blowing the most dro. Single numéro trois (and world premiere numéro deux) off his forthcoming...Read More
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ILLCLINTON
Read my lips, I love Booth newcomers ILLCLINTON. I don’t know what to say about ILL’s Illest Alive other than that it’s, well, ill. On this Booth-exclusive world premiere, the Atlanta rap duo...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard

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R.A. The Rugged Man
Fresh off earning rave reader reviews for the Jarren Benton/Hopsin-assisted remix of album lead single Underground Hits, R.A. The Rugged Man returns with another action-packed ensemble cut off his...Read More
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Guilty Simpson
Based on the promotional pic accompanying the record, you might assume that Guilty Simpson and Small Professor's latest collaborative single found them skipping town with the law on their...Read More
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Nicky D's
The name of this Booth newcomer might cause some confusion. His name isn’t “Nicky D;” it’s actually Nicky D’s, so Say It Right. You had better get used to saying it too, because this will be...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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