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Booth-Premiered Cuts by OCD & Raekwon Top Independent Chart

Booth-exclusive cuts "Tommy Bundy" and "Ill Figures (Remix) debut on top, replacing joints by Rittz and Elite.
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New York, N.Y. -- This week on the Booth's

Top Independent Hip Hop Chart

,

Rittz

' "Wishin'" and

Elite

's "World Premiere" drop to fourth and ninth, clearing the way for two

Booth-premiered

jams,

OCD (Moosh & Twist)

's "Tommy Bundy" and

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