We are nonetheless devoted to showcasing the perfect tracks/movies from the underground by looking far and extensive to be able to carry you our weekly listing. It’s a tricky job as we sift via a ton of high-quality tracks simply to accept simply 5 so we switched it up so now we curating the Top 10 Submissions. Now that's what we name dedication, so sit again calm down and get accustomed to these acts.
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Passport Rav – Lil Fancy.
Passport Rav kicks off this week’s high 10 submissions with a self-produced gem titled “Lil Fancy”. He crafts a darkish, cinematic soundscape as he takes time to handle the pretend emcees amongst different points. Check the EP right here.
Ness Heads – Pretty.
Chicago-based hip-hop artist Ness Heads delivers her model of off-beat hip-hop styled music on the track titled “Pretty”. The rapper delivers a swagged-out efficiency over the minimalistic however hard-hitting beat. The track was truly impressed by a real-life incident the place she realized that somebody near her was slandering her character. In the video directed by Exhbit 91 (Rendell Smith and Alex Donewald), Ness struts her stuff and sends a warning shot, sporting her signature edgy, punk look with bold-patterned streetwear and her checkered Vans. Split screens present totally different sides of Ness, from extra severe black and white photographs to vibrant photographs of Ness in entrance of a scorching pink backdrop.
Molly Moore – Be Here Now.
LA-based artist Molly Moore lowers the tempo on the listing together with her soothing vocals on her new single “Be right here now”. The track dwells on chasing something that brings you out of the current. The beat is fairly anthemic as effectively and provides fireplace to her fiery efficiency and relatable lyrics. The track was produced by Molly Moore and Arthur Besnine, a Parisian producer based mostly out of Seattle.
Doov – Target.
Rising rapper Doov drops the primary single off his upcoming debut album. The track in query is titled “Target” and is definitely self-produced and sees the emcee dwelling on a myriad of points from making an attempt to make it within the business to females hoping to reap the benefits of his impending success.
Namarah – IDC.
Philly-based doc-soul artist Namarah drops the visuals for her new track “IDC”. The track serves as an ideal anthem for girls who refuse to be restricted and labeled by societal norms. She goals to interrupt down the social constructs together with her unapologetic lyrics and passionate vocal type that can be alluring. The visible is strong too with its self-empowerment nuances and vibrant dance routines however most significantly the refined message being handed about not conforming to the bulk.
Sain – Get The Money
Dubai-based hip-hop artist Sain is all concerning the moolah on his new single titled “Get the cash”. Over a booming, hard-hitting manufacturing, he breaks down his hustle mentality and the way he strays from the naysayers hoping to distract him. He additionally brings alongside fellow Dubai rapper Mackdous and UK underground rapper Capo Blaze.
Jerome Hadey – ‘Tomorrow’ Feat. RZA.
Producer Jerome Hadey delivers an unorthodox mix of sounds on his new single titled “Tomorrow” which options Wu-tang Clan founder RZA. He crafts a mellow, somber soundscape that can be cinematic whereas RZA recites a deep lyrics that shares the philosophy of man’s evolution all through the ages as he strives for a greater tomorrow.
Kam’Geez – Make It Right.
Born and raised within the streets of Boston/Chelsea, Ma Kam’Geez a.ok.a The High-End Hustler delivers his new single “Make It Right” with a lot gusto. Teaming up with producer Yung Tago who crafts a mellow, trap-influenced backdrop for the emcee to pen a heartfelt ode to his private struggles and tribulations.
“Make It Right” is taken from his forthcoming Free Game mission.
Indiana – I Like Drinking.
British singer, songwriter and social media provocateur, Indiana reveals some issues about her self on new pop-driven track titles “I Like Drinking”. “I Like Drinking” is the title monitor of her new EP. Its an uplifting pop anthem devoted to the artwork of boozing is lifted from Indiana’s present album ‘Not Girlfriend Material’, which was launched in August.
Indiana stated: “I used to be consuming closely on the time of writing it and didn’t give a fuck what folks thought. I genuinely like consuming. In reality, I really like consuming and that’s OK so far as I’m involved. There are hundreds of thousands on the market that really feel the identical. It’s a track for them.”
Sha Vlimpse – Sabu.
Sha Vlimpse drops the visuals for his ECW Wrestling Legend Sabu impressed track entitled “Sabu”. The track itself is hard-hitting and showcases the rapper’s fiery efficiency and easy stream. The visible was directed by Vlogger Bam and it’s fairly cinematic and vibrant from begin to end. Get the audio right here.
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