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Music Chart - November 8, 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.

Last week's first and second-place picks, Joe Budden's "Remember the Titans" and Freeway's "Escalators" drop to 15th and 17th this week, clearing the way for two new cuts, Saigon's "Bring Me Down" and Skewby's "Already Gone," to take top honors. With 16 of the past week's features earning spots in our Independent lineup, only four of last week's picks remain; in addition to the former top two, Joell Ortiz' "Night Train," and Dee-1's "Jay, 50 and Weezy" hang on at #3 and #19.

1. Skewby - I'm Already Gone

2. Joell Ortiz ft. Novel - Night Train

3. Iron Solomon ft. Cassidy - Rule #4081

4. John Forté ft. HD Fre, Talib Kweli, AZ & Sass Jordan - Gone

5. K. Sparks ft. Laëtitia Dana - Velvet Thoughts (Sutphin)

6. Rockie Fresh - What's the Hurry

7. Rich Kid Sound System - Get What You Give

8. Thee Tom Hardy ft. Skyzoo - A Different League

9. AudioDax - Make Noise

10. iLLA - Better

11. Hippopotamus Funk ft. Skit & Righta - The Funky Basement

12. I-20 - Bury Me

13. Doey Rock - By Myself Meeting

14. Joe Budden ft. Lloyd Banks, Fabolous & Royce Da 5'9" - Remember the Titans

15. Overdoz - December

16. Freeway - Escalators

17. Novel - Broken Record

18. Dee-1 - Jay, 50 and Weezy

19. J.F.K ft. Mac Miller - 17

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