TOP 10 SUBMISSIONS for last week of August 2018

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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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Prvnci – AppleJacks.

 

Newcomers Prvnci and Leon Kanji kick off this week Top 10 submissions with their downtempo, offbeat style of hip-hop. Their style bridges new age raps and hard-hitting boombap type beats.  Very playful but relaxing song

 

 

Brenton – #IssaVibe

TWIB stalwart Brenton returns with a solid freestyle he calls ” #Issavibe”. using the same instrumental from Dreamville’s Bas’s “Milky Way” single “Tribe.” He brings his own vibe and smooth flow over the soulful beat.

 

 

Sabrina Sounds & Westmore – Me Myself and I.

C-bass’ & Sabrina Sounds team up with rapper Westmore for their newest single titled “Me, Myself and I”. The soulful backdrop employed by the artists also has a bouncy energetic feel to it as Westmore comes through with his smooth flow and heartfelt lyrics.

“Me, Myself and I” is taken from their 3 track EP titled “Collide”

 

 

Cmoneywave – 8:05

Chi-town artist Cmoneywave. comes through with a heartfelt single titled “8:05”. On the soulful backdrop, he really goes introspective and pours his feelings on the track. With nothing to hide, he shares his struggles and hopes with the listener with his passionate flow. In his own words, Cmoneywave breaks down the meaning of the song as follows  “This is one of the realest songs I ever wrote. I had some things that I had to say and the beat allowed me to take it to a new level explaining some real situations. “8:05” is a reflection of those thoughts, no hook just pure realness.

 

 

 

 

Steve Spiffler – Time

“Time” by Steve Spiffler and producer Jimmy Wigz is a laid back, sombre piano-driven record that hits the mark. Spiffler displays excellent lyricism as he breaks down a go-getter state of mind and why we should not mistake him for a run-of-the-mill character. Get the audio here

 

Anterluz – Amistad Bezel.

“Amistad Bezel” is the newest record from rapper Anterluz (California) and DJ Blkluos (Toronto) and its a testament to their undeniable talents. The duo met back in the day on Myspace but later met up a decade later in 2018 and proceeded to work on a full-length tape. 

“Amistad Bezel” is taken from their collaboration project titled “Chaos Every Summer” where Anterluz raps on Dj Blkluos tracks, and vice versa.

Dee Wallz – La Familia.

After dropping “The Re-Up” earlier this month Dee Wallz stays true to the title of his last song and comes back full swing with “La Familia” a song that has strong soulful production, wordplay, lyrics and theme to match. Hit the play buttonandget familiar with the rising emcee.

psychedelic ensemble. – Hot Ninja (feat. zeroh).

London based producer Psychedelic Ensemble stray from the norm on their new release titled “Hot Ninja” featuring emcee Zeroh. The producer crafted a cinematic, mind-boggling backdrop that doesn’t sound like anything out there but on another note, Zeroh’s off-kilter performance is noteworthy as well.

Get Psychedelic Ensemble’s full-length album here

 

 

Righteous Reg – We All Know Everything

Bay area rapper/producer Righteous Reg delivers a smooth,boom-bap jam titled  “We All Know Everything” that showcases a blend of new age raps over a smooth backdrop. The song is off his newly released T.R.R.A(The Righteous Rap Album)

 

 

 

 

Lady Tee The Difference – Match Up

Lady Tee The Difference, has always been pushing the envelope with her confidence and stylish raps that go against the norm. Now she is back with the visual for her previously released song “Match Up“. The video takes the song’s premise up a notch with it’s vivid portrayal of a battle of the sexes type approach. The video was co-directed by Lady Tee and Tae Nichol, and shot by King Spencer.

“Match Up” is taken from her upcoming project  Strictly For My Women.

 

 

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