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New Features From Mac Miller & Immortal Technique Dominate Booth Indie Chart
Posted 4 years ago by richard
New York, N.Y. -- This week on the Booth's Top Independent Chart, the former top two, Mac Miller's "All That" and Immortal Technique's "Toast to the Dead" replace Nappy Roots' "Pete Rose" (now 18th) and Slim the Mobster's "What Goes Up" (no longer in the running). All in all, 14 of 20 spots in the lineup go to new additions, including a Booth-exclusive world premiere from Johnny Spanish.
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