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Tyler the Creator Joins Tech N9ne Atop Booth Independent Chart

"Worldwide Choppers" holds the crown, followed by the Odd Future frontman's "She."
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New York, N.Y. -- This week on the Booth's

Top Independent Hip Hop Chart

,

Tech N9ne

retains the top spot with single "Worldwide Choppers" but last week's runner-up,

Grieves

' "Bloody Poetry," drops out of the running entirely; replacing the latter is

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's Booth debut, "She." All in all, 12 of the past week's features attain chart placement, including Booth-exclusive

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s from

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("I Don't Believe You") and

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("Yes He Is").

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