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New Features From Mac Miller & OCD Debut Atop Booth Indie Chart

"Frick Park Market" and "OCD" enter the lineup on top, unseating cuts by Nappy Roots & Macklemore.
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New York, N.Y. -- This week on the Booth's

Top Independent Hip Hop Chart

, new singles from

Mac Miller

("Frick Park Market") and

OCD

("Take Me Back") enter the chart on top, knocking former front-runners

Nappy Roots

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(with "Hey Love") and

Macklemore

(with "Can't Hold Us") to fourth and fifth. All in all, 14 of the past week's features earn spots on the lineup, among them

Booth-premiered

cuts by

Hollywood Peoples

and

The Opus

.

View the full Independent Chart

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