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Mac Miller Spends Another Week at #1 on Booth Independent Chart

"On & On" hangs onto the top spot.
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New York, N.Y. -- This week on the Booth's

Independent Hip Hop Chart

,

Mac Miller

hangs onto the top spot with single "On & On," and

DJ Quik

's "Real Women" debuts in second. New features claim 13 of 20 positions this week; included among the fresh arrivals are Booth-exclusive

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