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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Dizzy Andreas – When We Ride.
Cyprus based hiphop act Dizzy Andreas kicks off this weeks top 5 with a smooth, summer-tinged record titled “When we ride”. Hit the play button and get familiar with the kid.
Vares – Go With The Flow
Recording Artist & Producer Vares delivers a reflective message on his newest song titled “Go With The Flow”. He details his struggles over a mellow, dreamy backdrop that has some sort of nostalgic vibes as well(produced by Dream Life Beats). Vares hopes that when people hear his work people will understand the meanings behind each piece and pass those messages to others, to create a ripple of realness within the community and the world. “Go With The Flow” off his latest EP project “Set Us Free‘.
Serious Klein – Coochie Money (Official Video).
Serious Klein is not new on TWIB and he has been dropping undeniable bangers since he appeared on our radar. His newest output is the visual for his previously released single “Coochie Money”. The visual is pretty slick and engaging as it starts with a montage of different scenes which reflect the core themes taken from the lyrical content. We see Serious woking on his lyrics, praying in church, wondering around in darkness and confusion.
A fellow videographer and mutual friend of myself and Serious Klein introduced me to Klein’s music. I felt the visuals go hand in hand with the music, showcasing the raw, but intimate nature of “Coochie Money” which revolves around family, religions, and the vices of fame. – Dominik Wieschermann
Picked to perform alongside Alicia Keys as ‘one of the hottest urban newcomers in Germany’ and after joint headline shows alongside PUSHA T’, the young rapper is ready to release his most explosive body of work to date with his much anticipated debut album.
Lana Shea – Thyself
Budding emcee Lana Shea teams up with producer Kill the computer on this self reflective record titled “Thyself”. Over the futuristic backdrop, Lana goes on a mission of self discovery and self appreciation on the song. She explains further “I struggle with the voice in my head talking a lot of shit to me, so I decided to give the inner bitch a chance to shine on this one as well...”
The video was shot in NYC by French cinematographer Felixe de Becker and shows the emcee in her natural state kicking bars in several spots. “Thyself” is the 2nd release off Lana Shea’s upcoming debut solo album, Duality, available July 13th. Get this track and preorder the album here
Demi Grace – Why Would You Lie
Blending elements of reggae, soul and pop music, Grace Abidemi Ayorinde known as Demi Grace delivers a solid record she calls “Why Would You Lie”. Her emotional soaked vocal performance is engaging and topped up with her captivating lyrics, the record is a brilliant sonic output from start to finish.
Demi Grace) is a Nigerian singer and model born in Manor Park, London and currently based in New York City. After moving to California at age six, most of her childhood was spent in the SF Bay Area where she absorbed everything from gospel to garage rock. The different places Demi Grace has called home ultimately shaped her fusion sound. Demi is heavily influenced by Grace Jones, Janet Jackson and Missy Elliot.
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