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Music Chart - May 17, 2010

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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.

Two new features grab the top two this go-round: Yonas' "It Couldn't Be Done" comes in first and Hollyweerd grabs second with "Love Me." The former #1 and #2 picks, K.Sparks' "Go Harder" and Shane Eli's "I'm a Winner" are two of just three members of last week's lineup to hang on to the chart. A number of Booth-premiered cuts earn placement, including Goines' "Dope as Me," (at #3) Mike Schpitz' "Death to My InnerMe's," (at #6) Nikki Lynette's "Glory Box" (at #8) and Shane Eli's "Haters" (at #9).

1. Hollyweerd ft. Rapper Big Pooh - Love Me [Premiere]

2. Goines - Dope as Me [Premiere]

3. Phil Adé ft. Raekwon, Wale, tabi Bonney, & Raheem DeVaughn - Hollywood (Remix)

4. K. Sparks - Go Harder

5. Mike Schpitz - Death to My InnerMe's [Premiere]

6. 4-Ize - New Day

7. Nikki Lynette ft. Mickey Factz - Glory Box [Premiere]

8. Shane Eli - Haters [Premiere]

9. Los ft. Chris Notez - Never Landing

10. dead prez - The Beauty Within

11. Ab-Soul - MayDay

12. Shane Eli - I'm a Winner [Premiere]

13. Jarren Benton - Fire [Premiere]

14. OnCue - Crashing Down

15. Vinnie Paz ft. Beanie Sigel - Kill ‘Em All

16. Goines ft. Arkansas Bo - Jim Brown [Premiere]

17. RE - Cali

18. Pugs Atomz - Listen to My Album [Premiere]

19. Wizdom ft. April Lane - I Don't Wanna Be [Premiere]

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