Music Chart - April 11, 2011


Welcome to the Booth's Top Independent Hip Hop Chart! As always, your feedback has determined which songs made the cut. Each chart’s lineup is calculated using a special Formula that takes into account member ratings and reviews as well as features’ overall popularity.

Mac Miller retains first with "On & On," but Freeway's "HAM Extreme," formerly second, drops to 16th; taking the latter's place is a new addition, DJ Quik's "Real Women." New features claim 13 of 20 spots this week; included among the fresh arrivals are Booth-exclusive world premieres from Orie ("Last Semester," in 15th) and DJ Pain1 ("Roots," at #17).

1. DJ Quik ft. Jon B - Real Women

2. Honors English ft. Lupe Fiasco & TL Cross - Flying High

3. Childish Gambino - Break (AOTL)

4. Blitz The Ambassador ft. Les Nubians - Dear Africa

5. Rapper Big Pooh ft. Kendrick Lamar & Ab-Soul - RapperPooh-a-lude

6. Warm Brew - Willing to Ride

7. 1982 (Statik Selektah & Termanology) ft. Bun B & Josh Xantus - Race Against Time

8. Shane Eli ft. Playboy Tre & Rittz - Let's Ride

9. Mac Miller - Donald Trump

10. Rapsody ft. Mac Miller & HaLo - Extra Extra

11. Thurz - Los Angeles

12. The Primeridian ft. Neak, Slot-A & Rashid Hadee - Chitown's Finest

13. Mac Miller ft. Wale - So What

14. Orie - Last Semester

15. Freeway - HAM Extreme

16. DJ Pain1 ft. Smokes, Joell Ortiz & Rain - Roots

17. Bobby Creekwater - You and What Army

18. Rapsody ft. Mac Miller - Blankin' Out

19. Tayyib Ali - California Love