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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Denton, TX rapper Goose, Esq goes totally DIY for his newest release “Green Tea”. The vibrant record is a display of verbal athletism laced with off-kilter pop references and vocal samples. The visual was shot on an iPhone7 giving it that low-budget vibe
Serious Klein‘s newest single “Junior” is a poignant track that sees the emcee diving deep into his experiences ranging from finding the silver lining in all situations. Klein also adds that the song was inspired by the final conversation he had with his dad right before he passed away. He actually wrote the song in Ghana when he was there for his dad’s funeral. The song was produced by his longtime collaborator Rascal.
New Orleans producer/rapper Ze11a newest single “Out Here” brings the talents of Anderson.Paak as well as fellow New Orleans rappers LG and Chels. The cinematic soundscape serves as the perfect backdrop for the emcees to deliver their rich expressive styles
Out Here’ is off 4What4U, Ze11a’s new album also featuring Mannie Fresh, Dee-1, Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, Pell, and Dani Kartel
Nottingham based soul musician LIAM BAILEY is back with his brand new single titled “Brother, Why You Gotta Love Her”. He teamed up with producer Rich Cooper, who crafts a soul-drenched, anthemic soundscape for the singer who takes time to get things off his chest. The song also features his longtime collaborator Maverick Sabre.
The single is taken from his forthcoming fourth studio EP, which is to be released on November
Blanco Suave return with a fiery, anthemic track titled “If I had a dick”. The record is a thought-provoking song that deals with toxic masculinity on all levels and its overarching effects on women especially. Crafted from frontwoman Gretchen McKenzie’s experiences and real-time issues, the song is something we all could learn a thing or two from.
London rapper Akheim Allen goes for the jugular on his newest song “MEMO”. The passionate emcee delivers a solid performance over a gloomy/cinematic backdrop, he also peels back a few layers to his persona letting the listener know who he really is and where he comes from.
Joe P the MC taps into the world of Super Mario Bros to deliver his new song titled “xxxBOWSERxxx”. He employs the use of a dark, gloomy soundscape that sounds like something out of a 70s horror flick and goes ahead kicking bars after bars with references to the classic video game.
Rising singer Gene teams up with Eleon as she debuts her first single “Let Him”. A smooth, lush RnB jam that showcases her soothing angelic vocal style and melodic style
Upcoming singer Arielle Dominique hit us with her new vibrant single titled “Stop Me”, a self-empowering song that also features rapper Chanel Royale. The singer delivers her verses with a rich, passionate style as she takes on the world despite all the challenges it may place in her way.
New York City-based singer Xavier White drops a smooth, vibrant RnB cut titled “Distance”. For this one, he teams up with his frequent collaborator Paul Coutoure who crafts a surreal, dreamy soundscape for the crooner’s emotion-filled performance.
Toronto-based producer and keys-virtuoso Fevra team up with vocalists KEI-LI & D. Hart for a smooth record titled “Nova Flexin’ “. The laid-back soulful record has a vintage vibe that is so smooth and lush. KEI-LI and D Hart also bring that mellowness with their solid performances.
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