Updated:
Original:

Music Chart - February 7, 2011

DJBooth_logo2x

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.

The former top two, Joe Budden's "Tipsy" and Macklemore's "Wings," fall to third and seventh this week, clearing the way for a pair of newcomers, Shane Eli's Booth-premiered "Bo Jackson and Kidz in the Hall single "Pledge Allegiance to the Grind." Other DJBooth.net exclusives debuting in our Independent lineup include Dao Jones' "King's Ransom (#11) and Brown Bag All-Stars member Koncept's freestyle series contribution, "Things You Do" (#14).

1. Kidz In The Hall ft. Curren$y & Mikkey Halsted - Pledge Allegiance to the Dope

2. Joe Budden ft. Jay Townsend & Emanny - Tipsy

3. King Mez - Champions

4. Gilbere Forte' - Train Lights

5. Kendrick Lamar ft. Gucci Mane - Vanity Slave (Pt. 2)

6. Macklemore - Wings

7. Freeway ft. Mac Miller - P.A.

8. K. Sparks ft. Laetitia Dana - Please Don't Go

9. Stalley ft. Rashad - Slapp

10. Dao Jones - King's Ransom

11. Q Da Kid ft. Avery Storm - Look at Me Now

12. Nike Nando - Might Take Forever

13. Koncept - Things You Do

14. Phil Adé - Used to Be

15. Slaine (of La Coka Nostra) - Prelude to the Poison

16. Theo Martins - Lo Fi Love

17. Young Scolla - Built for It

18. Cymarshall Law - One Million Miles Away

19. Pharoahe Monch ft. Showtyme & DJ Boogie Blind - Clap (One Day)

RECOMMENDED ARTICLES

lofi-july-16x9

10 Best Lo-Fi Rap Songs Released In July

Vince Staples, The Alchemist, and more had the best lo-fi rap songs on Audiomack for July.

am-world-roundup-16x9-723

5 New Albums You Need to Hear This Week

EST Gee, Dave, Yung Bleu, Chiiild, and Lil Moe 6Blocka and Rooga all have albums you need to hear this week on Audiomack.

30deep-social-16x9-1

Welcome to 30 Deep Grimeyy’s Darkly Comic World

St. Louis' 30 Deep Grimeyy has a penchant for telling the whole truth, even when it’s messy. He breaks it down for Audiomack World.

Related