Music Chart - December 6, 2010


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 DJBooth.net Formula that takes into account member ratings and reviews as well as features’ overall popularity.

Yonas' new, Booth-premiered single, "I Could," debuts on top this week, and Skyzoo/!llmind's "Speakers on Blast (Remix)" moves up from eighth to claim second place. Last week's top two, King Mez' "Hoppin' Over Fences" and Yonas" Nobody Else," drop to (respectively) seventh and sixth. All in all, 13 of the past week's features debut on our Independent Chart, including a Booth-exclusive freestyle (Kooley High's "POGO") and John Public's Booth-premiered single, "Untitled Life."

1. Skyzoo & !llmind ft. Lloyd Banks & Maino - Speakers on Blast (Remix)

2. The Electric - Running

3. John Public ft. Jubilation & The Mercy Project - Untitled Life

4. The Pricks ft. B-Real & Smoke DZA - Ghetto Blaster

5. Yonas - Nobody Else

6. King Mez - Hoppin Over Fences

7. Kooley High - POGO

8. The Outlawz ft. Bun B & Lloyd - 100 MPH

9. Grynch - Both Feet In

10. Wrekonize ft. Ras Kass, Akrobatik, Co$$, Rudi Goblen & Saheed - Groundwork (Remix)

11. tabi Bonney ft. Wale & Kokayi - Like a King

12. K. Sparks ft. Cymarshall Law - Mind Elevation (Kurser Remix)

13. Rob Roy - Carmencita

14. The ReadNex Poetry Squad - Be Different

15. The Beast & Nnenna Freelon ft. King Mez & Kaze - Black Fantastic

16. Rockie Fresh - A.C. Green

17. Mathien & Sulaiman - Breathe In (Let Go)

18. Question? - Wonder Where You Are

19. Weapons of Audio - An Ode to Mannish Boy



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