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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Passport Rav – Lil Fancy.
Passport Rav kicks off this week’s top 10 submissions with a self-produced gem titled “Lil Fancy”. He crafts a dark, cinematic soundscape as he takes time to address the fake emcees amongst other issues. Check the EP here.
Ness Heads – Pretty.
Chicago-based hip-hop artist Ness Heads delivers her brand of off-beat hip-hop styled music on the song titled “Pretty”. The rapper delivers a swagged-out performance over the minimalistic but hard-hitting beat. The song was actually inspired by a real-life incident where she learned that someone close to her was slandering her character. In the video directed by Exhbit 91 (Rendell Smith and Alex Donewald), Ness struts her stuff and sends a warning shot, sporting her signature edgy, punk look with bold-patterned streetwear and her checkered Vans. Split screens show different sides of Ness, from more serious black and white shots to vibrant shots of Ness in front of a hot pink backdrop.
Molly Moore – Be Here Now.
Doov – Target.
Rising rapper Doov drops the first single off his upcoming debut album. The song in question is titled “Target” and is actually self-produced and sees the emcee dwelling on a myriad of issues from trying to make it in the industry to females hoping to take advantage of his impending success.
Namarah – IDC.
Philly-based doc-soul artist Namarah drops the visuals for her new song “IDC”. The song serves as a perfect anthem for women who refuse to be limited and labeled by societal norms. She aims to break down the social constructs with her unapologetic lyrics and passionate vocal style that is also alluring. The visual is solid too with its self-empowerment nuances and vibrant dance routines but most importantly the subtle message being passed about not conforming to the majority.
Sain – Get The Money
Jerome Hadey – ‘Tomorrow’ Feat. RZA.
Kam’Geez – Make It Right.
Born and raised in the streets of Boston/Chelsea, Ma Kam’Geez a.k.a The High-End Hustler delivers his new single “Make It Right” with much gusto. Teaming up with producer Yung Tago who crafts a mellow, trap-influenced backdrop for the emcee to pen a heartfelt ode to his personal struggles and tribulations.
“Make It Right” is taken from his forthcoming Free Game project.
Indiana – I Like Drinking.
British singer, songwriter and social media provocateur, Indiana reveals some things about her self on new pop-driven song titles “I Like Drinking”. “I Like Drinking” is the title track of her new EP. Its an uplifting pop anthem dedicated to the art of boozing is lifted from Indiana’s current album ‘Not Girlfriend Material’, which was released in August.
Indiana said: “I was drinking heavily at the time of writing it and didn’t give a fuck what people thought. I genuinely like drinking. In fact, I love drinking and that’s OK as far as I’m concerned. There are millions out there that feel the same. It’s a song for them.”
Sha Vlimpse – Sabu.
Sha Vlimpse drops the visuals for his ECW Wrestling Legend Sabu inspired song entitled “Sabu”. The song itself is hard-hitting and showcases the rapper’s fiery performance and smooth flow. The visual was directed by Vlogger Bam and it’s pretty cinematic and vibrant from start to finish. Get the audio here.
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