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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PATH P – FTW (prod. by Gamerunners Ent.).
Brooklyn emcee PATH P and producer Almighty Wise help kick off this week’s list with a solid soul-filled jam they call “FTW”. The rising rapper comes through with his own insight on all things. Armed with a smooth flow and ability to craft a catchy hook to help convey his message, he takes the listener for a ride into his stomping grounds.
Path P has just dropped Revolution & Legacy , which serves as the second edition in a 3 part edition album release.
Emanuel Brown – Killaz.
Emanuel Brown breaks down the hustler lifestyle on his new release titled “Killaz”. Over a gloomy/cinematic soundscape, he takes the listener along for a ride into the hood. Slowly illustrating the pros and cons of the lifestyle, he doesn’t over-glorify it but rather gives the listener all the ins, outs and in-betweens
Killaz is the second song off of Emanuel Brown’s debut album The News which speaks about the difficulties of trying to lead a normal life with all the temptation surrounding you.
Reggie Becton – The Feels.
R&B artist Reggie Becton switches the vibe on the list with his new single titled “The Feels”. Over a vibrant backdrop, he delivers a novel concept about relationships as he strays from the usual over-masculinity tropes. He’d rather not get the lady he is eyeing entangled until he is positive she is totally down for the count.
“The Feels”, is taken from his debut EP, Phases .
Project – GMO.
Irish emcee Project delivers an introspective record titled “GMO”. A record that sees him talk about his life, the hurdles he had to face and much more. “GMO” is taken from his upcoming Untold EP
Fred Notes – NASA
Miami Native Fred Notes takes off like “NASA” on his new song. A song that details his struggles with overcoming obstacles, while focusing on his goals and ambitions of making it in the music world.
Air Kalo – Separation Anxiety (Part 1) [feat. Blu].
Producer Air Kalo teams up with Singer/songwriter Blu on their new song “Separation Anxiety (part 1)”. A smooth sensual RnB record that captures a very private moment and self-realization between a couple. It serves as the first of a 2 part single.
The song is written by Blu & myself, and produced by me as well! It’s the first of a two-part single.
Jon Dacom – Dedicated.
Raleigh, NC based rapper Jon Dacom returns with the visuals for his new song “Dedicated”. The production by Mike Hector has a nice, dark vibe that fits the rapper’s passionate flow and fiery demeanor. The all black video shot by JKMEDIA also adds to the raw vibe of the song.
Audrey – Party
Singer/Songwriter Audrey delivers the visuals for her previously released song “Party”. Unlike the meaning of the title, the song itself is very solemn and somewhat nostalgic. She calls it “it’s a steak dinner for two where only one person shows up.”. The video was shot by Raph and follows the same sad vibe of the song.
Professoar, InviteOnlyxx, Chris Elliott – Tuition
InviteOnlyxx, Chris Elliott, and Professoar join forces on this song titled “Tuition”. The dreamy soundscape works well with the pitched vocals and melodic chorus. Get it on Spotify
B00TY – Good For It
LA based funk/ future soul duo B00TY just dropped the visuals for their first single “good for it”. The love-filled song has a nice groove and alluring melody. The video is particularly stunning as it depicts both men in weird predicaments within their respective relationships.
B00TY is made up of producer and singer, Edan Frei and Adam Epelbaum. Get the audio on Spotify.
Exmiranda – Grip.
Toronto based rising rapper Exmiranda
MRGR – No Discussion w/ Chelsea Reject.
Production team MRGR drop their third and final single titled “No Discussion”. The funk-driven single features Brooklyn rapper Chelsea Reject who delivers a fiery, machine gun flow over it. She also depicts her stormy experience and her young New-Yorker dreams, where, thanks to music and outstanding talent, finally feels good in her shoes.
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