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

Top Independent Hip Hop Chart

,

Immortal Technique

's "Toast to the Dead" and

Mac Miller

's "All That" drop to third and eighth; two fresh records,

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Dumbfoundead

's "Town" and Miller's own "Party on Fifth Ave," take the lead. All in all, 14 of the past week's features earn spots in the lineup, among them

Booth-premiered

records by

Nemo Achida

("Stoop Music") and

Metis

("The March").

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