It won’t be fair not to show love to the cats that work behind the boards. Cats whose soundscapes help push hip-hop to loft heights. So in the same vein, this weekly list sheds light on budding and even established producers who continue to push the envelope for the culture. So sit back relax and get familiar with these producers.
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4oresight – “Feeling Your Vibe” (Instrumental)

4oresight kicks off this weekend’s list with an ethereal piece he calls “Feeling Your Vibe”. It has a smooth, solemn lo-fi feel and definitely keeps the head rocking back and forth.




TRBL – “Golden Gate” ft. Hugo Vera


Multi-genre producing act KelvinLee TRBLLewis shares a smooth instrumental titled “Golden Gate”. The beat is very layered and lush too with gripping downtempo energy. 
 – “Blame” is back on the list with another gem titled “Blame”. He goes for a mellow, soulful vibe here. He keeps it quite minimalistic too. “Blame” is taken from his new EP.




MxRKxS – “Who’s Got Soul” [Full EP]

Polish beatmaker MxRKxS drops a 6 track instrumental project titled “Who’s Got Soul” that blends soul and boom-bap styled beats for our listening pleasure. “Who’s Got Soul” is his second EP. which serves as a little warm-up before the release of his third beat tape which will be a homage to Motown soul.
01. Where Are We Going?
2. You Don’t Care
3. Poison / Cure
4. Over & Over
5. Cold Sweat
6. Do It Again

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Da’Vinci – “Saymyname”


Da’Vinci is a Brooklyn, NY who gifts us with this radiant track titled “Saymyname”. A nice blend of lo-fi, RnB elements with a solid hip-hop groove to match.

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Glimlip x RINZ. – “New Perspective”

Rotterdam born producer Glimlip brings the worlds of hip-hop, jazz, and RnB together on his new beat titled “New Perspective”. Built on smooth keys and lush alluring guitars, the mellow and laid back vibes will surely grip the listener from start to finish. Get it on Spotify




Demba – “I Ain’t No Idi Amin”

Demba brings a new vibe to the list with his new beat titled “I Ain’t No Idi Amin”. It sounds like a fusion between hiphop and reggae with dreamy textures.


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