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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DecadeZ – Movie (Ft. Mistah Fab and Too $hort)
Los Angeles based veteran Producer/rapper DecadeZ teams up with west coast hip-hop heavyweights Mistah Fab and Too $hort on his new vibrant track titled “Movie”. The track has a nice bounce built over minimalistic bells, thick basslines and risque lyrics to match.
Truth – “TNT Remix (feat. Tragedy Khadafi)”
Queens emcee Truth teams up with QB hiphop veteran Tragedy Khadafi for the remix of his song “TNT”. Over the solid production by legendary hip-hop producer Large Professor, the duo brings back that good old hip-hop vibe with solid bravado lyrics. The visuals are directed by Tha Embassy Elite, who also directed Truth’s previous video, “Mic Like Boom,” which featured a more effects-heavy approach. For the “TNT Remix,” however, we’re treated to a more stripped-down, grounded affair reminiscent of some of the best rap videos of the late ‘80s and early ‘90s. Surrounded by their crew, Truth and Traj spit their verses while we also see shots of a b-boy doing his thing on the pavement. In addition to the beats and bars, Rocksteady’s own DJ JS-1 provides the scratch chorus by fusing quotables from Queens’ luminaries, Mobb Deep, ATCQ, LL Cool J and Run DMC.
Check out the visuals for Truth’s “TNT Remix” and head over to your preferred digital retailer or streaming platform to support his latest LP, The Fight For Survival, which is available now through his own Animal Military Records imprint. The 15 track LP which also includes guest appearances from ILL BILL, Royal Flush, and The Barbarian is available now on vinyl Fat Beats, Tuff Kong, and Get On Down, who also have copies shipping on CD.
Get it on Spotify.
Pxjx – breakfast.
Pxjx shares an off-kilter visual for his song “breakfast”. The video starts with the emcee as a chef cooking up some special dish that range from smashing food and electronics. Its totally off the wall and entertaining to say the least.
Pxjx is a slave to no genre and proves it by blending trap swagger with the energy of Australian Hiphop.
Guru Ma – Strawberry Kisses.
English songstress Guru Ma brings a soul-filled sultry vibe on her new song ” Strawberry Kisses”. Over a dreamy, ethereal soundscape (courtesy of Dallas based producer JeMarcus Bridges) she delivers a smooth gripping performance. hit the play button and get familiar. Additional Vocals Eli- XR
Get it on Spotify and iTunes.
D.lee – Family Matter.
Bridgeport, Ct based rapper/producer D.LEE takes us into a very personal zone on this poignant track titled “Family Matter.” Over a mellow, soulful backdrop he shares a heartfelt story of love, friendship within his family and then some.
Duckwrth – Love Is Like A Moshpit ft Rico Nasty & Medasin
Duckwrth drops a new single he calls “Love Is Like A Moshpit”. He team sup with producer Medasin who crafts a solemn piano driven backdrop for Duckwrth’s lovelorn, relfective lyrics and fiery performance. It also features Rico Nasty who adds his own unique take on the subject matter.
“Love Is Like A Moshpit” is taken from his upcoming project, ‘THE FALLING MAN’
In addition to the upcoming release of ‘THE FALLING MAN’, Duckwrth is about to embark on tour, with performances in Australia for Groovin the Moo from April 23rd to May 11th and a string of European festivals, from Openair Frauenfeld in Switzerland, Musik i Lejet in Denmark, Malmo Sommarscen in Sweden, to Melt Festival in Germany.
Christian Black – pipe dreams.
Budding Brooklyn, NY (originally from New Haven, CT.) based rapper Christian Black hit us up with a self-produced solemn, jazz-infused record titled “Pipe Dreams”. He shares a personal tale of dreams and hopes over a mellow backdrop. “Pipe dreams” is an early teaser for a 7 track album he plans to release on June 4th called “HopScotch”.
Get it on Soundcloud.
Grace May – High Tide.
22-year-old, R&B neo-soul artist Grace May delivers the visual for her new song “High Tide”. Armed with the voice of a seasoned vocalist, she exudes enthralling confidence with her smooth, honeyed vocals accentuated by the reflective layered backdrop courtesy of her band. The track is an uplifting record that seeks to push the listener and leave them fired up to face the day.
“High Tide” is taken from her new album ‘UNION’ released on Berklee’s record label: Heavy Rotation Records,
Neak – KWESBAAR [New Album].
Neak‘s newest project “KWESBAAR” is a multi-faceted approach to making hip-hop. Taking elements from hip-hop, jazz, soul, funk, and driven by heavy synthesizing and collaborative instrumentation, Neak uses these novel textures to tackle a wide range of subject matters. He talks about his trials, tribulations, internal fears and insecurities while keeping the rhymes sharp as ever. The self-produced project is a definite body of work to get into.
Get the album on Spotify ,Apple Music ,TiDAL
Waking Android – Kid Chameleon (featuring Danny Droppit & Jay Suttin)
Waking Android is the Belfast based hip-hop duo made up of dsgrace & Kronus. and their newest release sees them teaming up with Danny Droppit & Jay Suttin. The song in question “Kid Chameleon” is an all-out verbal warfare where each emcee comes equipped with nothing less than solid bars over the gripping, head nodding soundscape provided by Kronus.
Get their Adrenochrome EP on Bandcamp.