Obie Trice & Chevy Woods Debut Atop DJBooth.net Independent Chart

"Battle Cry" and "The Drive" debut in the top two, replacing cuts by Sir Michael Rocks and Fiend.
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New York, N.Y. -- This week on the Booth's

Top Independent Hip Hop

chart,

Sir Michael Rocks

' "Never Slip" and

Fiend

's "We Get High," drop from the top two to land at (respectively) #14 and #12. Debuting in their place are records by

Obie Trice

("Battle Cry") and

Chevy Woods

("The Drive"). All in all, 14 new features earn spots in the lineup, including a

DJBooth.net-premiered

joint by

Dean Swift

.

View the full Independent Chart

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