Emilio Rojas & STS Dominate Booth Independent Chart

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New York, N.Y. -- This week on the Booth's Top Independent Hip Hop Chart, Tech N9ne's "Worldwide Choppers" and Tyler the Creator's "She" drop to fourth and 14th, clearing the way for Emilio Rojas' "The Letter" (formerly third) and STS' "Pimpin' & Preachin'" (a new addition) to claim the top two. All in all, 12 new features earn chart placement, including a Booth-premiered joint by Nikki Lynette ("Crossroads), and an Exclusive Freestyle Series contribution from HaLo ("Panel").

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Written by on 05/22/11

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