New Features From Mac Miller & Immortal Technique Dominate Booth Indie Chart

"All That" and "Toast to the Dead" enter the lineup on top, replacing cuts by Nappy Roots and Slim the Mobster.

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

Top Independent Chart

, the former top two,

Mac Miller

's "All That" and

Immortal Technique

's "Toast to the Dead" replace



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Nappy Roots

' "Pete Rose" (now 18th) and

Slim the Mobster

's "What Goes Up" (no longer in the running). All in all, 14 of 20 spots in the lineup go to new additions, including a Booth-exclusive

world premiere


Johnny Spanish


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Immortal Technique & Mac Miller Continue Their Reign Atop Booth Indie Chart

Last week's runner-up, "Toast to the Dead," switches positions with former chart-topper "All That."


New Features From Nappy Roots & Macklemore Top Booth Indie Chart

"Hey Love" and "Can't Hold Us" replace cuts by Apathy and Obie Trice atop the lineup


Dumbfoundead & Mac Miller Debut Atop Booth Independent Lineup

"Town" and "Party on Fifth Ave" enter the lineup on top, replacing Immortal Tech's "Toast for the Dead" and Miler's own "All That."


New Features From Kanye & Hova, Young Jeezy Dominate Booth Rap Chart

"Otis" and "Shake Life" enter the lineup in the top two, replacing cuts by Pusha T. and Ace Hood.


New Features From Beyoncé & Mary J. Blige Dominate Booth R&B/Pop Chart

"Party (Remix)" and "Mr.Wrong" enter the lineup on top, replacing cuts by Jay Sean and Bruno Mars.


New Features From Drizzy & J. Cole Dominate Booth Rap Chart

"Free Sprit" and "Mr. Nice Watch" debut on top, replacing cuts by Cole and Big Sean.