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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Amen – “McCormick Ave”

Budding Bay Area artist Amen makes her debut on our list with her new groovy single entitled “McCormick Ave.” Backed by a smooth retro-tinged production, she delivers an alluring performance that showcases her vocal range and unique style. “McCormick Ave” is taken from her new 8 track EP REAL. Which is her 1st solo project with tracks produced by Drew Banga, GrandBankss and Mikos Da Gawd
Get it on Apple Music and Deezer



Rome Streetz – “96 Nauti Windbreaker Shit.”

Hard-working emcee Rome Streetz is back with the visuals for his song “96 Nauti Windbreaker Shit.” The track has an ominous cinematic vibe courtesy of producer JR Swiftz (Westside Gunn, Flee Lord) who crafts the perfect track for Streetz’s vivid story-telling and engaging lyrics.
“96 Nauti Windbreaker Shit.” is taken from his recently released project Noise Kandy III. The project is out now in LP/CD and Digi versions and features collabos from Planet Asia, Al Divino, Bubba Rock, and Mooch.



Kam’Geez – “Double Up” Prod By. NonBruh x NextLane

Kam’Geez aka The High-End Hustlers drops his new single “Double Up”. The Boston/Chelsea raised emcee pays homage to the grind and focuses on the daily hustle over a vibrant trap beat courtesy of Nextlane and NonBruh.
Single “Double Up” is taken from his Mini EP In Due Time. Get it on Apple Music.




Flamenco Sketch – “Holding On”

Flamenco Sketch gets introspective on his new release titled “Holding On”. Over a sparse but soulful beat, he talks about self-growth, progress and the experiences that come with the journey regardless of the outcome.
The track also pays tribute to the late Mac Miller as his line “Feel it a little, feel it a lot” is the main inspiration behind the song. Sketch further adds that
” I think the chorus summarizes it best in terms of feeling stuck when all you really want is to get out of that situation you’re in.”
Get it on Deezer and Apple Music.




Gallowayyys – “90s Baby”

Songwriter/ record producer, Gallowayyys shares his affection for light-skinned women with some eclectic, off-kilter vibes on his new song “90s Baby”. Backed by a mellow, atmospheric texture he shares some elements of his desire and then some. His vocal style is pretty unique.
“90s Baby” is taken from his EP 1994: The Rise of a 90s Baby.
Get it on Spotify , Deezer and Apple Music




Employeez Only – “Life Goals”

“Life Goals” is the newest single from rap group Employeez Only which sees them dwell on their day to day hustle to get to the apex and achieve their goals while acknowledging their loved ones as life is too short. In other words, the reason why they pursue their dreams and work hard is for their loved ones.
Get it on Spotify, Deezer and Apple Music




Trak – “Dim Sum”

Trak delivers “Dim Sum”, a smooth, laid-back track that sees him pour adulation on that special someone in his life. He doesn’t mince his words on letting that someone know how beautiful she is and how lucky he is to have her in his life. The record is pretty alluring with its lush keys and groovy percussion patterns.

Get it on Soundcloud , Deezer and Apple Music




Mia Gladstone – “Geekin’ ” (feat. Ciscero).


Producer Mia Gladstone delivers a solid track titled “Geekin’ ” where she also showcases her vocal dexterity. Over smooth shuffling drums and lush textures, he breaks from the norm and follows the less traveled path and joining her is DMV rapper Ciscero who shares his thoughts as well.

Get it on Apple Music.




Glass Animals – “Tokyo Drifting” ft. Denzel Curry.


Glass Animals are a British four-piece musical project led by singer, songwriter/ producer Dave Bayley with his bandmates and childhood friends Joe Seaward, Ed Irwin-Singer and Drew Macfarlane.
Their newest release “Tokyo Drifting” sees them teaming up with Denzel Curry for an incendiary, bass-heavy track. The dynamic track has a wide variety of elements ranging from trap, electronic and soft rock making it very enthralling from start to finish.The performances are passionate and energetic because the beat demands it so it fits the bill.

Get it on Deezer and Apple Music





Brodie – “Diamonds”


17-year old British rap talent BRODIE makes his way on our list with his new single titled “Diamonds. ” Backed by a smooth production, he gets into his element as he delivers his bars with intent and also adds some melodic vibes into his performance. “Diamonds” is taken from his forthcoming debut EP set to be released in the New Year. Get it on Apple Music.





Tentendo – “Goodlife”

Indier&b/soul act Tentendo thrills us with his new soothing track titled “Goodlife. ” Backed by an undeniable groove, lush textures, and thick bassline, he shares the ins and outs of the good life. Hit the play button and get familiar.

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