Music Chart - November 7, 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 DJBooth Formula that takes into account member ratings and reviews as well as features’ overall popularity.

Last week's front-runners, Immortal Technique's "Toast to the Dead" and Mac Miller's "All That," drop to (respectively) third and eighth this week; debuting in their place are a fresh cut from Dumbfoundead ("Town") and another Miller joint ("Party on Fifth Ave"). All in all, 14 of the past week's features earn spots in the lineup, among them Booth-premiered records by Nemo Achida ("Stoop Music," in seventh) and Metis ("The March," in 11th).

1. Mac Miller - Party on Fifth Ave.

2. Immortal Technique - Toast To The Dead

3. Nipsey Hussle ft. Dom Kennedy - I Need That



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4. Celph Titled & Buckwild ft. Laws - While You Slept

5. 4-Ize - Her Girl

6. Nemo Achida - Stoop Music

7. Mac Miller ft. Bun B - All That

8. Professor Green ft. Royce Da 5’9? & Kobe - Nightmares

9. Self Scientific - State of Man

10. Metis ft. Skyzoo & Don Jaga - The March

11. Layne Harper - Medicine Cabinet

12. Torae - For The Record

13. Immortal Technique ft. Brother Ali, Chuck D & Killer Mike - Civil War

14. OnCue - Better Than Before

15. Dangerflow - The Crown

16. e-dubble - Fight for Days

17. Nephew ft. Smoke DZA & Killa Kyleon - Hustler's Prayer

18. Bumpy Knuckles & DJ Premier - BAP

19. Rockie Fresh & YP - Insane