Music Chart - May 23, 2011

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

Formerly first and second, Tech N9ne's "Worldwide Choppers" and Tyler the Creator's "She," drop to fourth and 12th. Emilio Rojas' "The Letter" moves up from third to take first, followed by STS' "Pimpin' & Preachin'," debuting in second. All in all, 14 new features earn chart placement, including a Booth-premiered joint by Nikki Lynette ("Crossroads," in fifth), and an Exclusive Freestyle Series contribution from HaLo ("Panel," in 13th).

1. STS ft. GLC - Pimpin and Preachin

2. R. City - Dark Cloud

3. Tech N9ne ft. Various Artists - Worldwide Choppers

4. Nikki Lynette ft. Krayzie Bone - Crossroads

5. Rock City - We On

6. Termanology ft. Joell Ortiz, Bun B, Saigon & Freeway - Say It (Remix)

7. Skyzoo - The Definitive Prayer

8. PJ Simas - Diagnosis of a Beautiful Mind

9. Luke Christopher - The Rescuer

10. Mr. J. Medeiros ft. Stro - Neon Signs

11. Tyler, The Creator ft. Frank Ocean - She

12. HaLo - Panel

13. Jon Connor ft. XV - U Aint Gettin Nothin

14. J.Y. ft. Cory Gunz & Emilio Rojas - Can’t Pretend (World We Know)

15. Skyzoo - Written in the Drums

16. Nikkiya - When I Was High

17. Element ft. Lord Quest & Junia-T - Must Come Down

18. Question? ft. Verse - Facts of Life

19. Mac Miller - Donald Trump