It won’t be fair not to show love to the cats that work behind the boards. Cats whose soundscapes help push hip-hop to loft heights. So in the same vein, this weekly list sheds light on budding and even established producers who continue to push the envelope for the culture. So sit back relax and get familiar with these producers.
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TOP 10 INSTRUMENTAL SUBMISSIONS
DWNLD – Flwr, Pt.1.
DWNLD starts the list with a smooth, reflective gem titled “Flwr, Pt.1”. The ethereal vibes here is undeniable as he laces a nice neck snapping drum rhythm with smooth guitars, synths and airy vocals. Solid all the way
Get it on Spotify
Toru – Rue in That.
Producer Toru‘s “Rue in That” channel that good old soul-filled boombap vibe to the fullest. Perfectly slicing pitched up vocals and guitar pieces over a gritty drum break he puts the listener deep into a solemn zone from start to finish. Get it on Spotify
BurnsBeats – Remen.
BurnsBeats shows how he gets down behind the boards on this entry he calls “Remen”. He flips a classic soul sample and makes it his own. Solid work if you asked us.
Guayo – Frrr.
DJ/Producer Guayo shares an off-kilter production style on this nnew entry titled “Frrr”. Using glitchy/choppy techniques, Guayo takes a very offbeat/unique approach to making beats. Listen to it closely with an open mind.
Guayo, dj and producer part of the roster of Mixtura. release you “Frrr” EP of Guayo, the EP contain two remixes for Argonbeats and Cacao.
Prigida – Judy.
Producer Prigida shares a smooth record he calls “Judy” with us. A nice groovy joint laced with superb sampling and a solid drum pattern to match.
Bastido – Soho.
Germany-based producer Bastido shares his love for mellow lo-fi styled hip-hop and traveling on his new track titled “Soho”. As the title suggests, he takes the listener through the district of Soho in London, UK. The song exudes a warm and positive atmosphere, which is suitable for a relaxed evening among friends and fits perfectly to the lively streets with its mixture of bars, restaurants, and shops.
Sazetrax – Waiting For You.
Brooklyn based producer Sazetrax‘s newest record “Waiting for you” is a solid blend of jazz and hip-hop. He takes the listener on an emotional trip with a solemn, reflective soundscape made up of solid drums, thick basslines, nostalgia-inducing horns, and keys.
DYVN – Get up, get real.
David Nilles aka DYVN thrills us with this smooth, ethereal beat he calls “Get up, Get Real”. The beat has a very solemn and reflective feel which the producers says comes from the fact that he made the beat as a reminder to get up every morning and pursue his goals regardless of the odds.
The Berlin-based producer and multi-instrumentalist has recorded his first Hip Hop record at the age of 10 and spent his teenage years playing bass in various bands. His funky bass-playing style is now one of the key elements of his new songs.