We are still dedicated to showcasing the best tracks/videos from the underground by searching far and wide in order to bring you our weekly list. It’s a tough job as we sift through a ton of high-quality tracks just to settle for just 5 so we switched it up so now we curating the Top 10 Submissions. Now that is what we call dedication, so sit back relax and get familiar with these acts.
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Jehdi starts off the list with a straight to the jugular track titled “Russian Roulette”. Over an ominous backdrop, he goes straight for his opponents with vivid lyrics. Check it out.
BIG NASH – “Know Thyself (Freestyle)”
Auckland, New Zealand emcee Big Nash teams up with producers Clive & TMF Sound for his new track titled “Know Thyself (Freestyle)”. Over a classic piano-laden sample, he brings out the big guns and doesn’t hold back the punches.
no display – “Can’t Look Back”
This joint is Melbourne collaboration between rapper NO1 and producer Displayhome titled “Can’t Look Back”. Over a smooth, lush piano-driven backdrop, NO1 showcases solid lyricism and vivid imagery for the listeners. Hit the play button and get with it.
Sinsier gets into hustler mode on his new track titled “Hustler’$ Nostalgia”. Over a classic boom-bap styled production, Sinsier breaks down the struggles from the perspective of two people in circumstances that they attempt to get over as they see a better tomorrow. The track was inspired by 2pac’s “I’m getting money”
Raw Soul – “Reign and Shine” (Prod. by DillyGotItBumpin).
Raw Soul delivers “Reign and Shine”, an uplifting track that aims to motivate the listener with its themes of self discovery and confidence. Over a soulful backdrop (produced by DillyGotItBumpin) he showcases his determination to reach the apex of his career and not giving up.
“Reign and Shine” is the perfect introduction to Raw Soul and it’s off his upcoming yet-to-titled-EP,
Lateb & Oblivious – “W.O.K.E.” (OFFICIAL VIDEO) prod. by Jon Glass.
New England Hip Hop duo Lateb & Oblivious share the official visual for their single “W.O.K.E.”. A soulful gem that blends personal and bravado bars over a smooth soundscape. The video shot by Trill is Bliss captures the duo in different spots in their stomping grounds. “W.O.K.E.” is the title track for New England Hip Hop duo Lateb & Oblivious and its produced entirely by Jon Glass dropping in late Summer/ Early Fall.
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Fletcher – “Grandma’s Porch”
Up and coming Chicago land area rapper Fletcher brings us closer to his life on the vivid “Grandma’s Porch”. Over a hard-hitting trap backdrop, he details his childhood and how his grandma tried to keep him from falling to the trappings of the street life. “Grandma’s Porch” is the first single released from his new album Three Day Theory out on all streaming services.
Get it on Spotify .
GRIP delivers “Gahdamn!”, a hard-hitting jam laced with bars after bars over a solid trap backdrop. The chorus has a call and response feels making it solid for a mosh pit.
BRBRCK – “WAVES” (ft. Phil Street).
BRBRCK (pronounced bur-bur-rock) teams up with rapper Phil Street on his lead single “WAVES” . The track is a blend of hip-hop with electronic vibes and was produced by BRBRCK. The song has a laid-back groove with a cocky-but-somehow-also-trippy vibe. “WAVES” is taken from BRBRCK’s upcoming EP, ready/set/go, to be released September 2019.
KVtheWriter – “B.A.N.”
KVtheWriter returns to our pages with a fiery track she calls “B.A.N.(B*tch A** N*gga )”. The track blends the classic vibes of early fight music and crunk backed by a confident flow.
Get it on Spotify below
Omniscient Art – “Harmful”
Omniscient Art shares his self-produced track “Harmful” that dwells on the growth of his art and personal struggles. He does this over a minimalistic backdrop. “Harmful” is his 9th song of the year and he plans on releasing more before the end of the year.
Get it on Itunes and Spotify below