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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Lim jahey – NORWOOD.

Lim Jahey debuts on our top 10 instrumental list with a lo-fi choppy cut titled “NORWOOD”. Using neck snapping drums and trippy samples (sourced from  Sergio Mendes and co.’s cover of Norwegian Wood by the Beatles.) he brings out a solid vibe we can all groove to. “NORWOOD” is taken from his new album Pathetique.


Lim jahey – i won’t never let you.

Lim Jahey shows up again with a soulful chop of a jam titled “i won’t never let you”. He flips a smooth vocal sample from “Love Unlimited” over a minimalistic drum groove and makes it pretty solid from start to finish.




Mr. Mugen – Pretty Sticky.

The producer who goes by the moniker Mr. Mugen takes us deep into a very surreal world on the new beat titled “Pretty Sticky”. he plays with a myriad of instruments from a piano arpeggio, dreamy synths, and cello to match. It’s pretty engaging and completely strays from the norm.


duneboi – feeding frenzy.

Duneboi flips up something nice on his entry which he calls “Feeding Frenzy”. He uses hard-hitting drums, dreamy synths, and nostalgia-inducing arps to drive home his point.


Vita – Anomaly.

Budding NYC based producer Vita (Ben Wojnarowski) debuts on our top 10 instrumental list with his new material “Anomaly”. He blends ethereal textures, syncopated drums and futuristic synths to make a helluva track. Hit the play button and get familiar with the rising beat maker. “Anomaly” is taken from his upcoming EP “Epiphany”.



Big O – Into the shadow.

Big O pops up back with this new solemn cut titled “Into the shadow”. He takes some snappy drums, mellow piano riffs, and crafts a nostalgia-inducing piece for us.

“Into the shadow” is the brand new single to Big O’s new EP “Now You See Me” and it contains 9 tracks. Two of the tracks are performed by rappers Loki Loko of los Angeles and L.O.U. of Southside Jamaica Queens, NYC and two of the tracks are the instrumental versions of the two artists tracks.
Get it on Spotify and bandcamp




DeadSeanKennedy – The Summer Wind.

Producer DeadSeanKennedy delivers his unique blend of sounds on his new song titled “The Summer Wind”. A retro styled nostalgia-inducing jam that blends a myriad of sounds and samples form unexpected places like taking bits from The Shields “You Cheated You Lied” and Shirley Bassey “The Summer Wind”. It’s pretty interesting to say the least.



Radicule. – heavensentyouu. [REWRK].

Radicule once again delivers another gem from his lab in the form of a loosie instrumental titled “heavensentyouu. [REWRK]”. Using the vintage vibes of The DangerFeel Newbies feat. Jarvis Green’s single “Heaven Sent You”, Radicule crafts a soothing and nostalgic filled cut for our ears.





Young producer Banger Beatz goes in on this new beat he sent to us titled “World”. Sampling ethnic instruments, he laced it over a vibrant trap infused rhythm peppered by a thick bassline. Find more about the producer here.



Haunted Days – Next Winter.

French producer Haunted Days delivers a solemn, spine-tingling beat he calls “Next Winter” to our ears. Building from a gloomy piano riff and strings he takes the listener through the emotions. “Next Winter” is taken from his forthcoming debut album, The Ballroom Tape, which is a gorgeous array of lo-fi field samples, hip-hop percussion, and an unmistakable indie ethos stretched across a two-sided release.


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