Top 5 submissions for 3rd week june 2018 • Word Is Bond

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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Ackrite Nation recording artist Teddy Benson teams up with Kxng Crooked I on the bouncy, cinematic track titled “Legend Talk”. The track is a testament to Teddy’s dedication in the game, he knows his role and is fully determined to get to the apex. He helms the first 2 verses while Crooked I wraps it up with a powerful verse at the end.

 

 

Twenty8 links with Dirty Productions to create a lucid dream type video for his newest single, “Luci”. The video is about the wild things love can make you do. Twenty8 raps over the body in a lucid dream state look video.

 

The LA x JNB duo reminisces about the first time when Aliano heard Nas before he dropped the Nasty. The duo pays homage to the Queensbridge legend over some authentic 90s boom bap produced by producer Jakk Wonders.

The full project is available for free on AudioMack here

 

 

Jamar Carr delivers another poignant commentary on this track titled “Million dollar slaves”. Very insightful and definitely something to grow on.

 

Dee Wallz comes through with something off the hook titled “The Cut Off”.

 

 

Rowlan pontificates on love on his new record titled “Selfish Love”. Using mellow, downtempo soundscapes and melody laced vocals, he gets the message across nicely.

 

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Top 5 submissions for 1st week June 2018 • Word Is Bond

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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Kuma Overdose deliver his quirky style of hiphop on this new single titled “WONDA” feat Lord Apex. The downtempo, off-kilter soundscape is definitely worth the listen alone.

 

 Budding Houston, Texas-based rapper/singer Elias M. Powers dwells on his work ethic on his new release “#Workboy”. Kenneth English provides some production that is equal parts trippy and hypnotic to match some of the more braggadocious music you’ll find in his growing catalog.

 

LA based emcee D-Strong brings back that good old head nodding boombap on his newest single “Finger Pop”.  This is pure unfiltered from start to finish.  D-Strong is now gearing up for a national tour with 5 Studio releases under his belt and working on 2 new projects one produced by Ben Hedibi.

 

Dee Wallz goes the mellow route on his newest record titled “From The Start”. Over a bouncy, laid-back backdrop, he kicks some solid bars as he tackles the naysayers.

 


Bucket Hat Jack drops “V.H.S” which is off his recently released EP. It’s a self-produced. A feel good, sing-a-long funky track. Have fun and don’t take yourself too seriously

 

 

 

Nigerian rapper, Fecko, returns from his hiatus after becoming a graduate to remind the hip-hop community that he is still very much a witty lyricist by freestyling on BAM instrumental, originally done by Jay-Z and Damian Marley.
With lines such as; “Like 100 naira notes shxt is looking pretty bad/wanna help the culture? then you gotta spin this jam” Fecko also urged the mainstream media to show more love to Nigerian rappers, so that the culture can continue to thrive just like their South African counterpart.

 

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Top 5 submissions for 3rd week May 2018 • Word Is Bond

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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As Artson joins the billed performance on the VANS WARPED TOUR  he shares with us his latest visual for the song “Home”. The record features Wake Self, Def-i and Victor Jimenez is a harrowing look at the pain many deal with due to depression and suicidal thoughts. The emcees also take it a step further by providing a lining of hope and the courage to pick oneself up.  Artson further adds “...We all have a journey and that road leads us back Home. Walk strong and make the best of your time here.”

 

NJ based rapper Ashtin Larold delivers a poignant record that deals with overcoming obstacles and fighting one’s demons within. Hit the play button and get familiar.

 

Back with another release Dee Wallz comes with deep, introspective, and expressive lyrics over a soulful moody backdrop. 

 

Brooklyn, New York-based writer/composer Franke comes back at fake friends on his new record titled “Play Nice”. Over a brooding piano-driven backdrop, Franke brushes off people who claim they will be there for him but act otherwise.

 

The second single from Goldzilla‘s debut album “Immaculate Misconception”, produced by Eddie Logix. The Matt McFerrin directed visual is pretty quirky and very vivid. From found VHS footage from a future generation comes a video that blends your favorite sitcoms, philosophers, and religious texts. “Toyollah” will make you question your own existence and then you will rediscover it through vivid rhymes and ethereal linguistics. Over Eddie Logix’s ambient boom bap Goldzilla stakes his claim as one of Detroit’s elite emcees.

FROM THE ALBUM “IMMACULATE MISCONCEPTION” get it HERE

 

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Dee Wallz takes it to a higher plateau on "So MLK" • Word Is Bond

Dee Wallz is not slowing up as he comes back with a new hard-hitting record he calls “So MLK”. Over a somber soulful backdrop, he kicks bars to shed the weight off his shoulders. Mixing bravado, thought-provoking lyrics and a stern charisma to match, Dee Wallz is slowly showing that he is someone to keep an eye out for.

 

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Dee Wallz breaks his craft down to basics on "Waves" • Word Is Bond

After dropping the lyric filled single “Yen“, Dee Wallz returns with a more insightful perspective on his latest song titled “Waves”. Over a dreamy, ethereal soundscape, Dee Wallz details his creative process alluding to the specific mind state he is in.

 

 

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Dee Wallz looks within on when he "Write Like This" • Word Is Bond

After dropping the social politically charged song “They Say(There’s No Difference)Dee Wallz ups the ante with the release of this new track “Write Like This”. He takes a gloom outlook on his life, environment and then some. He puts all his frustrations on the pad and brings the listener closer to his plight.

 

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Dee Wallz tackles racism on "They Say(There's No Difference) " • Word Is Bond

Dee Wallz is back with his new song titled “They Say(There’s No Difference) “. Switching things up from his last outing on TWIB, Dee Wallz tackles racism painting vivid pictures and using references to buttress his view point without sounding preachy or going off tangent. This is definitely something to grow on.

 

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