Nappy Roots Join Slim the Mobster Atop DJBooth Independent Chart

<i>Nappy Dot Org</i> standout "Pete Rose" debuts on top, knocking "What Goes Up" to second.
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New York, N.Y. -- This week on the Booth's

Top Independent Chart

, former front-runner

Slim the Mobster

's "What Goes Up" is bumped to second by

Nappy Roots

' newly-released album standout, "Pete Rose." Formerly #2,

Gods'illa

's "Saviors & Punishers" drops to 15th. All in all, 14 fresh features earn spots in the lineup, including a Booth-exclusive

world premiere

from

Sin

.

View the full Independent Chart

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