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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AshleyBGA – Different.

Budding emcee AshleyBGA kicks off our first episode in June with her new single titled “Different”. The laid back voiced rapper breaks down what makes her tick over a trap-infused backdrop. Her style is pretty different and shows a lot of promise. Hit the play button and get familiar.





Ois4 OMARI – “Death Row”


Ois4 OMARI shares a gritty story on his new song “Death Row” showcasing his unique style of rap. The beat here is solemn and a bit ominous which fits the rapper’s unassuming demeanor and his aim to tell his story to the world.

Giving his take on life and the state of the world, OMARI shows the future is now, and it’s more than just guns and dope.





Unkle Festa – “Out Your Mind”

Veteran UK hip hop artist Unkle Festa takes ample time to cover the issue of knife crime and gang violence in London on his new single “Out Your Mind”. Over a piano-driven backdrop, Unkle Festa brings the listener into the mix of things as he details the effects of knife crime on the society at large.

Get it on Spotify





Blacksmith – “Peace”

UK emcee Blacksmith drops the visual for his song “Peace” which serve as a follow up to his previous singles “Represent” with Leaf Dog and “Through The Melody” with Deli Rowe. Blacksmith is all about “Peace” and also brought in heavy names such as Rakaa of Dilated Peoples and Marc 7 of Jurassic 5, Knytro and AFT Records head honcho Carasel to help share the message of peace.
The video was shot across Bristol and Los Angeles with Blacksmith traveling out to film on location with Rakaa & Marc and the song has each artist representing what ‘Peace’ means to them, whether that’s politics and protests on home soil, or gang warfare and injustices across the pond: a real message of peace and unity is delivered throughout. The video also features over 100 appearances filmed worldwide of people coming together to throw up peace signs for the project including the likes of Romesh Ranganthan, JME, Klashnekoff and many more. GET THE TRACK HERE:





Curtacy – Phonics.

LA by way of Toronto raised Curtacy is an emcee/poet who shares his new song titled “Phonics” with us. Over a gritty production, Curtacy delivers a raw performance with his somewhat fiery style laced with braggadocio and personal elements. The self-produced song is taken from his self-titled debut LP, Curtacy, released on June 2nd, 2019.

Curtacy was born in South Asia (of Afghan, Iranian, Indian and Pakistani descent) and started making beats at 13 and began writing less than a year later, becoming a published poet by 15.

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Wex! The Master – “RAIN GON FALL” (FEAT. Nina Rohse)

Broward County emcee Wex! The Master sure piqued our interest with his song “RAIN GON FALL”. A smooth self-searching track that dwells on life struggles and all. The track also features the smooth vocals of single Nina Rohse.

This is “rain gon fall” from “MARVEL AT MY ABILITY VOL 2”. Get it here



Chilly Winters – “All I Need” ft. Bizarre.

Chilly Winters & Bizarre team up for the track “All I Need”. A smooth mellow track which was produced by Gage Lane and features Winters emotion-filled performance and a hilarious verse from Bizarre. “All I Need” is taken from Winters ‘ Cold Hearts Break Hearts EP’. “All I Need” was released and is available 4/20/2019 on all online & digital platforms such as Spotify, Apple Music/Itunes, Amazon Music, Youtube, Soundcloud, My Mixtapes, Tidal, Spinrilla, etc. It is also available for stream on Chilly’s website (as listed below).





Consensus – “Anyway”.

UK emcee Consensus shares his new single “Anyway” which has a gloomy, cinematic feel. His style is quite different and unique as he doesn’t go for the expected and keeps it pretty original. This track is  about watching the world in chaos and controversy but keeping inner peace. “Anyway” is taken from his 2019 EP ‘Controversé’




Kaleidoscopes – “Say to You.”


Kaleidoscopes is the moniker of the female duo (rapper LivFree and vocalist Keira Nova) who blend a solid mix of soul, hip-hop, and R&B. Their new single “Say to You.” is a smooth gem that is love-laden and soothing with its rich guitar riffs, groovy rhythm, and alluring melodies. The two compliment each other with their unique styles as LivFree kicks it off with a powerful verse peppered by Nova’s honeyed vocals.

Taken from their self-titled project which you can get on Soundcloud and Spotify.



Atticus Lane – “Coca-Cola.”

Budding rapper/vocalist Atticus Lane shows us what makes him tick on his new self-produced single “Coca-Cola.” Backed by a solemn guitar riff, Lane puts his emotions on wax as he stays candid from start to finish without pulling punches.
Get it on Apple Music and Spotify.

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