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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Anon – Medicated


South London raised emcee Anon gets really profound on his newest record titled “Medicated”. The song is a very poignant outlook on mental health from his own experiences. He does this over a gloomy production from TKBeatz and additional solemn strings by The Grime Violinist. The music video depicts the story of a man going through his daily battles with mental health, whilst trying to keep up a brave smile for his daughter, and the ‘to be continued’ sign at the end suggests that there is more to be said about this subject. “Medicated” is his first single since signing to Defenders Ent, so expect more singles and an EP later this year.
Get the song on Spotify


Passport Rav – Fanciest Negro in Bushwick.


Follow up video for the single “Fanciest Negro in Bushwick.” This song from the self-titled album is a new version with live instrumentation throughout the record. Passport Rav is riding a bike through the gentrified section of Brooklyn claiming himself the fanciest in the 7God animated clip. Accompanied by friends with no destination in mind take this journey with Passport Rav in this altered reality that is almost identical to the neighborhood.


Behti – Woman.


Behti‘s newest single “Woman” is a gentle reminder of who she is as a woman. The singer/songwriter delivers a boss lady anthem with this gem as she lays the concrete foundation for every woman who may have forgotten their true essence. This is the Produced by NiZAM BEATZ



Pheeyownah – Gold.


Swedish/Ugandan singer-songwriter, Pheeyownah makes a splash on our list with her new sultry single titled “Gold”. Armed with an angelic vocal tone she details how an undying love should be. Backed by a sci-fi atmospheric mood, she paints a vivid picture of two people who are dangerously in love.” The track is off her debut album SILVER, out May 3 on Labrador Records. Get the audio on all DSPs here.
Born Feyona Naluzzi in southern Stockholm, after her parents fled from Uganda to Sweden in the 1980s, Pheeyownah sang gospel and discovered she wanted to be an artist at a young age. She soon joined the all-female Swedish dance crew JUCK (named after the Swedish word for a grinding hip movement), provoking and exploring contemporary debates on gender, sexuality, femininity and ethnicity by moving in ways unconventional for a woman.


Nomad Nate – VSOP (ft. Money Making Biggz).

Brooklyn Rapper Nomad Nate hops out of his bag and gets on his bully as he puts on for his city in his new “VSOP” video. Over a high energy club banger, he shows us how exclusive he can get when it comes to the high end lifestyle. “VSOP” is the first single from his upcoming album ‘Late to The Party’ dropping this Spring.



Shapiro – Double Up.

Mississauga based emcee Shapiro is not letting his guard down and his eyes are set on the goals. His new track “Double Up” is a pure display of conviction and the determination of a hustler trying to rise through the rubble of his surroundings. He shares his hardships & victories over a dark cinematic backdrop and brings the grit to the forefront.



Dee Da Kidd – Skyfall (prod.DArtizt).

Dee Da Kidd teams up with producer DArtizt to bring us “Skyfall”, the lead single off his debut tape ‘backseat’. The track has a soulful, mellow vibes and sees the emcee dwell on his trials and tribulations.It also gives the listener a positive outlook on a negative world.



Xavieon – Double Down

Tacoma born, Atlanta raised emcee Xavieon delivers his brand of lo-fi stream of consciousness driven rap. His new song “Double Down” has a lo-fi vibe which fits his mellow, Southern accented flow. Check it out on Spotify.



SHY FX – Bad After We ft. Ghetts & Kojey Radical.

Legend, soundman, DJ and all-round UK pioneer Shy FX teams up with Ghetts and Kojey Radical on the gritty  “Bad After We”. The track showcases the trio’s respective rap styles that range from fiery, dynamic and unorthodox.

“Bad After We” is lifted from Shy’s forthcoming long player project, Raggamuffin SoundTape. It follows the release of “Rudeboy Lovesong” ft. Sweetie Irie & Cara Delevingne and Roll The Dice ft. Stamina MC & Lily Allen. Featuring a broad spectrum of both established and upcoming artists – including Cara Delevingne, Chronixx, Gappy Ranks, Ghetts, Kojey Radical, Lily Allen, Maverick Sabre and Sinead Harnett (to name but a few) – Raggamuffin SoundTape flawlessly switches through Hip Hop, R ‘n’ B, Dancehall, Breakbeat and Jungle to form an eclectic soundscape that melds together seamlessly into a satisfying whole.

To celebrate the release of Raggamuffin Soundtape, Shy FX will be hosting a one-off culture night at Night Tales (London) on 15th March. Tickets available to purchase here



Catch The Fade – Everything They Can’t Be.

“Everything They Can’t Be” is the new song from duo Catch The Fade‘s new EP Black and Highly Favored . The track employs a vintage cinematic Isaac Hayes sample which fits the duo’s solid performance as they go back and forth over the backdrop.

Get the single on Spotify and the EP Black and Highly Favored on SpotifyTidalApple MusicApple iTunesGoogle PlayYoutube



Sobhhï – BLACK I

To wrap up this week’s submissions we had to share this solid body of work from singer/songwriter Sobhhï. Titled ‘Black I”, the project is the follow up to his debut EP’s, RED I and RED II earlier last year. The projects were mastered by 5x Grammy Nominated Mike Bozzi (Kendrick Lamar, Post Malone, SZA).  Made up of 4 tracks that traverse through trapsoul and alternative R&B. Sobhhï’s earworm melodies over the moody, nocturnal production is what makes it pretty engaging. Yes, you can hear the Frank Ocean, The Weeknd, and Drake influences but Sobhhï takes it up a notch in his own unique way.

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