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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Chakkra Tara – Never Fold.
Philly’s Chakkra Tara kicks off our second episode for 2019 with a go-getter anthem. The vibrant single titled “Never Fold” sets the tone for the rapper as he prepares for the new year. He teamed up with producer FlameyBeats who laces him with a trap banger while he details his hustle for the next 365.
Alex Dutty – Imagine
INFRARED – 3 Takes.
Infrared is the Austin-based hip hop trio comprised of Lo Thraxx, J-Fleet and LLOYD BLVCK who dropped the visuals for their song “3 Takes” quite recently. Teaming up with super producer Johnny Juliano who crafts a smoked out trap instrumental as each member of the group taking turns every few bars with no set pattern.
The video was based on the basement smoking scenes from the cult classic That 70s Show, and was shot DIY style by rigging a camera onto a lazy susan. Stream the audio HERE
Cole Connor – Root.
Emerging rapper Cole Connor gets profound on his new single titled “Root” which serves as the first single for the year. The dreamy/ethereal soundscape was laced by Airborne Audio and showcases a solid off-kilter flow from the young emcee.
J-Fleet – Stick N Move.
Rezzy – No Sleep.
“No Sleep” is a hustler’s anthem by New Jersey raised rapper Rezzy. The song has a solid trap bounce and is pretty rousing courtesy of producer Torgot A. The track sees the rapper talk about his hustle and ambition as the year starts.
Stewe – “See You Later”
Detroit raised rap act Stewe delivers a heartfelt record titled “See You Later”. The song centers on the rocky relationship between the rapper and a lady told over a snappy trap instrumentation. The music video opens up with his previous love interest painting the scene of hurt without remembrance. Unable to reach her phone, Stewe embarks on a motorcycle chase as he searches for closure. The ghost of the past clouds his judgment as he tries to rescue her but she doesn’t need to be saved. As she leaves on her own accord, he accepts that he will never find solidarity chasing people who don’t see him- rising up once again from his own perspective.
Get the audio on Spotify
Muyinza – Disappear.
Uganda born, Canada based musician Muyinza delivers an emotionally powerful single he calls “Disappear”. The smooth-voiced act draws the listener into his world as he utilizes a melodic rap-singing style over a mellow RnB influenced soundscape.
“Disappear” is the first single off Muyinza’s debut album coming this spring/summer.
DemarcoTheMan – Opium Den.
Indie hip-hop act DemarcoTheMan takes the tempo and energy to a whole new level on his gritty, off-kilter track titled “Opium Den”. Over a gritty, cinematic soundscape, he kicks off the cuff rhymes laced with vivid details that would have you smirking and smiling at the same time. Get the audio on Spotify and Apple Music.
Miss Muerte – YA TU SABES
We end this week’s list with something quite different courtesy of Miami, Florida based bilingual rapper, Miss Muerte. Her new single “Ya Tu Sabes” produced by Alexay has a reggaeton vibe and sees the rapper deliver Splanglish bars laced with sultry elements. It will definitely get you grooving in no time.
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