TOP 10 SUBMISSIONS last week in August


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. Now that is what we call dedication , so sit back relax and get familiar with these acts.
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Kaj Kadence – Just Do It

Rising emcee Kaj Kadence revels in the mindstate of a go-getter on his new release “Just Do It”. Over a bouncy trap backdrop, he details his work ethic and determination to reach the apex while urging others to do the same. In his own words, he says the song is ” for both ends of the spectrum, the winners and losers, a true anthem. Anyone with a dream can relate”



Stoyan – Nothing Something.

Sydney based rapper/producer Stoyan delivers some poignant lessons on his reflective single “Nothing Something”. Over a soul-filled, acoustic backdrop he talks about his passion and love for hip-hop. He kicks it off from when he started writing his own lyrics and pursuing his dream without divulging it to anyone so he wasn’t under a lot of pressure.

Since debuting his live show, Stoyan has supported the likes of Ivan Ooze, Coda Conduct and The Tongue. He has performed in venues all over Sydney



Paradame – Cobra CMDR.

Seattle-based experimental hip-hop act Paradame taps into the G.I Joe universe to deliver this trap fuelled cut titled “Cobra CMDR”. Over an ethereal soundscape, she delivers a sultry performance while making references to the classic Hasbro cartoon. In the visual (shot by¬†J.Lee Mezus), she plays the roles of¬†Cobra Commander, Snake, & Baroness while her back up dancers plays the Iron Grenadiers.

“Cobra CMDR” is off her album¬†Aye! Priori which can be purchased on iTunes



Jamar Carr – Sellin’ Dope (Prod. Lugia Beats)

Jamar Carr delivers another sociopolitical track in the form of his new single “Sellin’ Dope”. He teams up with Lugia beats who craft a bouncy backdrop that is quite different from the gritty boombap sounds we are used to hearing Carr on. Regardless the message still gets conveyed despite the different medium.



kosha dillz¬†–Back n’ Forth ft. Ballyhoo!

Kosha Dillz shows us the pros and cons of the music industry on “Back n’ Forth”. On this one, he teams up with¬†Maryland pop-punk reggae outfit Ballyhoo!¬† who craft a bright bouncy backdrop for Dillz to fully break down the industry has become more evil and treacherous and how he is avoiding the pitfalls.¬†The song was created in a basement in Maryland while Kosha was doing a 90-day street performance experiment, where he performed every single day on the street for 90 days in a row.

“Back n’ Forth” is the first single from Kosha DIllz’ upcoming album, Nobody Cares Except You, which will be released in late October / Early November under his own imprint.




Sammy Adams – Action

Boston based Sammy Adams’s new song “Action” is a smooth record that is pure honesty at its peak. Using a groovy, soulful backdrop, he crafts a tuneful record for the summer that everyone can easily vibe and relate to.



BBXO – 3 (feat. Nanocore)

BBXO returns with their message filled style of experimental hip-hop on their new song “3”. The song has a nice anthemic bounce provided by¬†producer, remixer and DJ Nanocore who blends the worlds of edm, R&B and hip-hop. On the top line, BBXO frontman Musa Okwonga delivers a poignant message about being true to oneself regardless of the situation.



P-Rawb – Good Company

The duo of P-RAWB and Big O drop some good old head nodding vibes on their new single “Good Company”. The backdrop is groovy and soulful and¬†P-RAWB¬† stays true to the game with his smooth and powerful delivery and of course razor sharp lyrics.

Get “Good Company” on iTunes and Bandcamp



WAJU – Don’t Rush (with AIYA).

We wrap up this week’s list with some soulful goodness from producer Waju and vocalist Aiya. The record in question is titled “Don’t Rush”, a downtempo, surreal song that feeds into the concepts of patience and¬†self-restraint. Itis emotionally powerful and gripping


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