UK rap connoisseur Charlie Sloth has launched a new bi-monthly feature on Apple Music 1’s Rap Show and now he is giving the platform for rising hip-hop acts to showcase their skills on his “Hood Heat Cypher 1.” On this maiden edition, he taps the lyrical talents of Crystal Millz (Manchester), Lavida Loca (London), Comfy (Manchester), Lzee (London) and Ransom Fa (Scotland). The track starts off with Millz, Lzee, Lavida Loca, Comfy and Ransom FA in that order. Each emcee sure brings something refreshing to the table that ranges from laidback to fiery styles and vivid lyrics all delivered over various hard-hitting beats.

The video is about 11 minutes long and is a pure display of skill so hit the play button and show them some love. Follow them on IG as stated below.

CRYSTAL MILLZ – IG @crystaldvries – Crystal Millz instantly caught the UK Drill scene’s attention with a string of freestyles that have quickly placed her in contention for the title of Manchester’s premier female MC.

LZee – IG @LZEE01 – At just 16 years old, North London-Based Rapper LZee is quickly making a name for himself. With only two records out to date, LZee has already generated over half a million streams across platforms.

Lavida Loca – IG @kinglavidaloca – Born in Malawi and raised in South London, Lavida Loca is a fierce MC. Known for her raw and real life story telling, Lavida has the versatility to take on drill, dancehall, pop, R&B, and trap sounds.

Comfy – IG @comfeh A proud rapper from Moston in North Manchester, Comfy burst onto the scene with his very first track ‘Hoods Hottest – P110’ reaching nearly 3 million views. Comfy’s talent and work ethic will propel him even further in 2021.

Ransom FA – IG @ransom_fa – The rich sound of Ransom Fa’s voice, accent and delivery is unique within the UK rap scene. The Grime MC is from Aberdeen, Scotland and has a new album, ‘Catch Me I’m Local’ coming soon.

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