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Yonas Replaces Himself Atop Booth Indie Chart for Second Week Running; Tech N9ne Claims Runner-Up

Freestyle series closer "Get Em" is unseated by "A Reason to Breathe;" "F*ck Food" falls from Rap Chart to take second.

New York, N.Y. -- This week on the Booth's

Top Independent Hip Hop Chart



replaces himself on top for the second week running, knocking Freestyle Series

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closer "Get Em" to 12th with new single "A Reason to Breathe."

Tech N9ne

's "F*ck Food" falls from our Top Picks lineup to claim second. All in all, 13 new features earn spots, including a


joint by

Bambu & Prometheus Brown


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Mac Miller & Yonas Dominate Booth Independent Chart for Second Week Running

"Face the Facts" and "Pumped Up Kicks (Remix)" spend another week in the top two.


Tech N9ne's "F*ck Food" Debuts Atop Booth Rap Chart; Em & Royce Claim Second

J. Cole & Big Sean graduate to our Top Picks, clearing the way for Tech N9ne & Bad Meets Evil to claim the top two.


StartYourOwnRebellion & Tech N9ne Debut Atop Booth Independent Chart

"Let It Go" and "I Love Music" unseat Nikki Lynette's "Pick a Side" and Yonas' "Radio Flow."


Radical Something Join Yonas Atop the Booth's Independent Chart

The Cali crew's "Escape" moves up from fifth to join "A Reason to Breathe" in the top two.


Drake Replaces Lloyd Atop Booth R&B Chart; Tyrese Debuts in Second

With "Naked" enjoying a spot in our Top Picks lineup, Drizzy's "Trust Issues" takes the lead.


B.o.B Debuts Atop DJBooth Rap Chart; MGK Claims Second

"Strange Clouds (Remix)" and "Invincible" take the lead, replacing chart graduates by Yelawolf and T.I.