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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Smyles – “Vast”

Emerging Maryland based producer Smyles opens up the playlist with a fusion of neo-soul and R&B. He makes use of smooth strings and lush keys over soft drum patterns to complete the job. He tells us via email that the song is about love and finding yourself through life’s struggle. Get it on Soundcloud.



 LIM0 – “Fresh Air”

Emerging LA-based producer LIMo shares a solid one with us in the form of his beat titled “Fresh Air.” A retro-tinged piece that everyone can bump their heads to. He has one mixtape under his belt titled 2012. He is currently working on his new experimental project The Star Room.


 Smoke Instrumentals – “Katon”

The producer who goes by the moniker Smoke Instrumentals crafts a vibrant piece titled “Katon.” He builds a heavy trap beat with lush synths and a low tone synth to match. There are some switch-ups here and there as well

Get it on Deezer, Spotify and Apple Music.





defbymisadventure – “fantasizer”

It’s been a minute since we heard from producer defbymisadventure and he shows some newfound vibes on his newest release “fantasizer.” A nice synth-driven beat with a lot of retro west coast elements.





RINZ. x Kindaweird – “Threads”


RINZ. and Kindaweird delivers an awesome collaboration titled “Threads” that fuses their unique styles in a cohesive manner. Kindaweird employs a more synth-based style while RINZ. supplements with a more organic-based technique. Both sure go hand in hand and the result is a peaceful beat that is quite alluring and head-nodding as well.
Get it on Apple Music, Deezer, and Soundcloud.



Nathan-Paul – “Tiny Whale”


Multi-instrumentalist Nathan-Paul makes his debut on our list with this solid piece titled “Tiny Whale.” The track is a very dynamic blend of jazz horns, lush guitars, and groovy drums that ebb and flow as the melody progresses.




mvdk – “Seba Jun”

Mvdk‘s “Seba Jun” is a soothing beat that is built on lush keys, reflective strings, and soft drums to complete the job. It’s a nice tribute to the late great Nujabes. Get it on Deezer.




King Cash Beatz & Bonfuku Beatz – “Candle Lights”


Another solid producer collaboration appears on the list courtesy of King Cash Beatz and Bonfuku Beatz. The beat has a solid blend of alluring synths and sounds powered by heavy trap drums.
Get it on Apple Music and Deezer.



Big O – “Glidin’ N the Sky”


Big O once again delivers a solid piece that is both soothing and heartwarming. Titled “Glidin’ N the Sky,” the track is a warm beat with lush keys, strings, and drums to match.

Get it on Soundcloud, Apple Music, and Deezer.



Laps – “Sue Says Six”


Laps ‘s “Sue Says Six” is a nice off-beat track with a layer of obscure and weird sounds laced with atmospheric synths and wobbling arps. It’s pretty enticing, to be honest.
Get it on Soundcloud, Apple Music, and Deezer.




Big O – “And So the Journey Begins”


Big O appears once more with another exciting piece titled “And So the Journey Begins.” This has a mellow introspective vibe with its solemn and lush keys, rumbling drums and smooth broody strings to match.
Get it on Soundcloud, Apple Music, and Deezer.





Yori Olijslagers – “Like a Bish”


Yori Olijslagers makes his debut on our list with this hard-hitting trap beat “Like a Bish.” He uses very gloomy synths and weird zooming sounds to make it very urgent and vibrant as well. Get it on Spotify.





Producer Army Zenn flips Esthero’s “Breath From Another” into a broody, cinematic piece on his new track titled “Meditation.” It’s pretty solid and it’s taken from his EP COPYRIGHT.

Stream on all platforms here.

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