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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PG Blao “Long Way On My Grind ” PG Blao & 8ty

PG Blao returns to the forefront with a new single “Long way to grind” which serves as the follow up to his collabo tape “Memories live 4 eva” released earlier this year. The new single is a collabo between the rapper and Canadian Producer/artist 8ty9. The mellow, groovy track was produced by PH city based producer OG Lizzle. The track sees the rapper dwell on his journey in life and the music industry thus far giving us all the pros and cons.

Get it on iTunes and Spotify


joe P the MC – xTOMMYx.

Joe P. the MC takes us back to the 90s as he samples the theme to the classic cartoon Rugrats on his new song titled “xTOMMYx”. The song has a vivid feel to it with the rapper using references from the cartoon to draw the listener into his quirky world.



Criss Jrumz – Right Now.

Criss Jrumz delivers a heartfelt record titled “Right Now” to switch the vibes on the list. Armed with a deep, passionate vocal tone and vivid lyrics, the rapper takes the listener into his world and shares his hopes, fears and more. The mellow beat was produced by Lucid Soundz.




Lagos based emcee/visual artist Fecko shares with us his story thus far on his new inspirational song titled “Ifeanyichukwu”. Over a Gospel-tinged trap backdrop, he talks about his come up in the industry and everything he had to face and above all the thanks he has to give for making it here. The video was directed by Kayflicks and edited by Samuel Achema. Get the audio HERE.



Dyzzi – Black Coffee.

Chicago born, Milwaukee based 19-year-old rapper Dyzzi sheds some insight into his life on his new single titled “Black Coffee”. Using a classic sample, he delivers dense lyrics that show how far he is beyond his years. “Black Coffee” is taken from his debut album “Same Clothes As Yesterday.”




Loyk – Whole Lot.

Loyk slows it down with a surreal, heartfelt song he calls “Whole Lot”. The song is all about uplifting one another and the message is crystal clear with the approach Loyk takes on the inspiring song.

At age 19, Loyk (Björn Loykens) is already a veteran dancer in Belgium but only recently got naturally ushered into making music. After meeting producer Jazz Maeson, he’s been sojourning in a creative space for the past year. He eventually reconciled to a wavy sound that explores the edges of r&b and cloud rap, the perfect vehicle to spread his message and express his personal feelings. Loyk is now ready to share his music with the world.


Fiction. – Coconut Water

fiction. is a young artist, producer and songwriter that’s not afraid to share his opinions. Coconut water is his new single that tackles somewhat controversial topical subjects, such as the gluten free trend and the world’s fixation on social media, through heavy lyrical content. The song takes us on a journey of fiction.’s observations and struggles in an admittedly reluctant digital age.

After finding a love for singing at the ripe age of eight, fiction. delved further into electronic realms over his teenage years. Proud to quote Jurassic Park films and write songs with authenticity, fiction. expresses frustration of modern society in new coconut water single. Surrounded by a fickle world of advertising, health trends and online fame, fiction. ends his song with a prominent message of integrity. A battle fiction. wants to take head on with stereotypical high ups with in the music industry.

With a genuine music obsession, coconut water is an alluringly electronic tune that’s a perfect exploration of fiction.’s chilled hip hop influences. As a representation of sheer musical freedom, fiction. lays down this new single with elements of grace and refreshing confidence. Coconut water is an honest single, written by an artist that wants to reject much of 2018’s culture, and embrace music from the roots.




 Brenforprez – Italy.

Brenzforprez delivers the visual for his previously released song “Italy”.  The Jwattsonthebeat produced song has a lush, vibrant vibe and layered with smooth melodies and vivid lyrics. The visual was shot by PurpleSkyyLiineFilms. Get the audio on Soundcloud





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