We round up the month of April with some ear popping beats from the best producers we could find and serve them to you on a platter of gold. Check out what we got for y’all below and don’t hesitate to show these guys some much-needed love and support.

Ibra-Heem – Mind Trip

Kicking off with a track from Brooklyn, NY, Swedish-Arab producer Ibra-Heem titled “Mind Trip”. The track is the 4th song from his monthly Spotify releases and sounds like something out of a sci-fi movie, very nostalgic and soulful as well. Fascinated by the astral plane and multi-verse, Ibra-Heem created “Mind Trip” to continue his tradition of releasing songs inspired by the space-time continuum. Having worked with Bacardi, Slaughterhouse, LogoTV, Uncle Murda, and other upcoming artists, Ibra-Heem has ventured out to build his own brand by releasing instrumental and collaborative music.”

Go get the roach – Drip me to dilation.

Go get the roach (what a very quirky moniker) turns it up with his trap influenced beat “Drip me to dilation” that has some nice groovy qualities behind it.


yungbakugo – CLONK

Yungbakugo is a well-traveled creative, that has lived in Ghana, Nigeria, United Kingdom and now Toronto, His new track titled “CLONK” is part instrumental and part vocals (mostly humming though). The record is a track from his first demo titled “Enjoy the high now” and is a track made for meditational purposes if you catch the drift.



Lucteria SE – Echoed Soul

Lucteria SE debuts his  first trip-hop song self-titled “Echoed Soul.”  With an “oriental atmospheric pentatonic” feeling the track has a very cinematic backdrop that will surely interests the listener



basak – sleep cycles.

Producer Basak delivers his lo-fi/soul instrumental to our eardrums titled “Sleep Cycles”. The track is performed by a full band with Basak on the drums, percussions and overall composition. Joining him are guitarist Jake Sucher, Bassists Noah Fishmann, and Louie Pagan.”Sleep Cycles”  is a taste of Basak’s upcoming album, which will feature performances from other up-and-coming talent such as Horace Bray and Rob Araujo.

Bonus Beat

Cento. – do ya feel (w/ RYDN).

 “Do Ya Feel” is collaborative beat between Cento. & RYDN. The record is inspired by soul and jazz.
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