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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lrkchronicle – The destruction.

Emerging emcee lrkchronicle delivers his unique brand of hiphop with the offbeat visual for his hard-hitting song titled “The Destruction”. The gritty soundscape provided by LB That Producer Guy serves as the perfect backdrop for the rapper’s fiery performance as he deals with the demons in his head on a day to day basis.

The song is also the intro to his album which came out earlier this year. The album is entitled ‘To Whom This May Concern’  and can be purchased via Apple Music.

 Dubbygotbars – Young Rice.

Dubbygotbars shows us the winning spirit on his new inspirational cut titled “Young Rice”. Over a violin-driven, vibrant trap soundscape, Dubby takes us into the world of a young athlete who is poised for greatness on the football field despite the odds stacked against him. It’s a very interesting and heartfelt tale which we totally recommend for everyone to listen to. The song is based on true events.

Get the album on Spotify and Apple music.

Hendrix Harris – Royal Mirror.

Hendrix Harris comes through with a solid effort titled “Royal Mirror”. Over a solid soundscape, he takes some time to reflect on himself and where he is at the moment.



Tieran – Give a Damn.

Tieran is not new to TWIB and always brings the heat which he did again with his new cut titled “Give a Damn”. He blends the worlds of hiphop and car culture on this hi-octane jam. The self-produced song sees the Columbus emcee blend rapid flows with references to low riders, Bugatti’s, and everything in between.

Get it on all music streaming services HERE.




 Sophiegrophy – Caution (Prod. by Jia Lih).

Melbourne’s rising hip-hop act Sophiegrophy is back with another anthemic cut she calls “Caution”. Always keeping it authentic without forcing things, Sophie displays a solid fiery performance over the hard-hitting soundscape. The visuals produced and directed by Fun Films & Social Blight also help raise the ante with it’s colorful, vibrant aesthetic.


SHi – Let It Go.

up and coming artist, producer, and songwriter who goes by the moniker SHi delivers a heartfelt record titled “Let It Go”. The song has a solemn, mellow vibe and sees the singer deliver a heartfelt, soothing performance that stems from a place of honesty. Hit the play button and get familiar.



Naomi Banks – Enough.


Singer/songwriter Naomi Banks deliver to us her single “Enough” taken from her debut 5 track EP Deja Vu. The song has a nice mellow vibe and megnetizing groove which fits Banks alluring vocal performance. More importantly is the message being conveyed, the singer takes time to pen her honest thoughts about a relationship gone sour. The E.P release is accompanied by the announcement of a 3 date headline mini-tour in London in partnership with Dice.

17th December – Servant Jazz Quarters, London

24th January – St Pancras Old Church, London

13th March – The Waiting Room, London



zms – d e l u s i o n s.

Emerging rapper Z M S shares his new song titled “Delusions” which dwells on reality and things we may perceive differently. Using the classic B.I.B.L.E  instrumental tape, he delivers his message with a laid-back flow. Delusions” is taken from his project titled ‘Naturally’ which is a multi-genre inspired project blending 1990’s rap, 1970’s new age, modern hip-hop , and early 2000’s trip hop






OnDeck – Dead Beat (prod. berlo).

OnDeck is a 24 year old rapper/producer who makes our list with his brand of lo-fi, offbeat hiphop. His newest track titled “Dead Beat” has a psychedelic feel courtesy of producer Berlo and doesn’t quite conform to the norm. The quick-witted rapper, however, comes through with a tongue in cheek style laced with vivid illustrations and quirky references.






Justin Christopher – Relax or Rehab.

Justin Christopher helps close this week’s episode with a soul-drenched record titled “Relax or Rehab”. The production here is rich, mellow and somewhat dreamy which fits the rapper’s laid back flow. He takes time to reflect on many things going on in his life

“Relax or Rehab” is taken from his upcoming EP, CalmDecay.


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