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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D.SCHOLL – Don’t Cry.
D. Scholl‘s newest record “Don’t Cry” sheds light on a very delicate issue of abuse, heartbreak and the consequences that follow. He does this over a solemn, soulful backdrop which will have you reflecting on the sad tales he delivers on wax.
Rita Klara – M0N€¥
Rita Klara lead single “M0N€¥” displays her booming, laid back vocals over a gripping cinematic backdrop. “M0N€¥” is the first extract from “Gangsta Love”, Rita Klara’s second LP just released this May via geniuscorp’s network & production.
JimmyA$ – Do or Die.
JimmyA$ (jimmyaint$hit) returns from a short break from music with a straight up fiery joint she calls “Do Or Die”. Over a vibrant soundscape, she displays her writing prowess and bravado bars for the world to see.
V The Saint – What You Know (New New).
Brownsville, Brooklyn NY based emcee V The Saint delivers a poignant record titled “What You Know (New New)”. Over a solid cinematic backdrop, he displays pure lyricism laced with bravado and a smooth flow to match.
Get it on
Shan Vincent de Paul – Funeral.
Shan Vincent de Paul returns with a brand new visual for his song “Funeral”. The record has a dark cinematic feel and showcases Shan Vincent de Paul’s in a more energetic mode. Over the gripping trap infused backdrop, he shows a whole new side of him. The visual has a more hyper, surreal, anime-inspired glitch world. The video puts SVDP’s visual versatility on full display while complimenting the songs’ dark theme.
Mike G – Everything That’s Yours Pt. II.
Mike G returns to the forefront with the NSFW visual for his song “Everything That’s Yours Pt. II.” The laid back song shows Mike G in a more sensual vibe over a laid back surreal soundscape. The self directed video embodies the beauty to a woman’s sex appeal. Lyrically, listeners are embraced by the sultry chorus, performed by GUN, and are driven into a lustful trance with Mike’s lyrical delivery. Visually, viewers are taken on a seductive and allusive trip exploring the pure beauty of a woman, capturing her confidence, her curves, her moves, etc.
He is currently working on a new EP EXILE scheduled to drop this summer.
Mel MAG$ – H.M.W.G.
Mel MAG$ shows us how his work ethic really is on the vibrant single titled “H.M.W.G”. The title which stands for Hustle, Move, Work, Grind is all about the hustle and sees the rapper breaking down his moves over a high energetic backdrop.
Zenesoul – No Going Back.
Nigeria born, Canada based singer/songwriter Zenesoul shares an emotion-filled song “No Going Back” which caught our ears. Armed with a commanding vocal tone, alluring melodies and relatable lyrics to match, Zenesoul brings that vintage-tinged vibe back to our ears over the guitar driven backdrop courtesy of producer, J Grooves.
“No Going Back” is the first song taken from her EP ‘Worth.’
Get the single on Spotify.
Yury – have to..
Yury continues his trend of off-kilter dark trap releases with his new song “have to..”. He brings his quirky style to the forefront over a brooding texture peppered with hard trap drums to match.
Mr. SOS & Mr. Enok – Warp Zone 8 (Gone).
“Warp Zone 8 (Gone)” is the third and last single by emcee Mr. SOS (formerly Cunninlynguists / current Mighty High Coup) and producer Mr. Enok‘s upcoming album “eleven/eleven” dropping on May 24th via Below System Records. Backed by a laid back, dreamy soundscape, Mr. SOS shares his thoughts that range from chess, Nintendo and spiritual references.
Speaking on his first solo release in some time, SOS said “when I started reading articles recently about scientists working on particle accelerators to create actual wormholes to see into parallel realities, I began to be inspired by the idea that we simultaneously exist in other times and places and can connect/tap into that.” A concept album loosely that references our struggles across worlds, the soundscapes are fleshed out with acoustic, electronic and ambient tones by Enok’s use of rare samples as well as utilizing live guitar, keyboards and percussion throughout the album “eleven/eleven”.