As we proceed with yet another edition of Top 5 Submissions, we got a variety of songs that cuts across different genres. Sit back ,relax and enjoy the ride.


Motherfunk – The Light

We kick things off with this funky joint from the Sydney based six-piece band who go by the name Motherfunk. Their latest record is “The Light”. A smooth soul filled mellow record that is nothing short of dopeness.

“The Light” is off their ‘Breakfast’ EP which can be streamed HERE



LOOPRAT – Cypher

St. Louis based JazzRap collective LOOPRAT comes together for 15 minutes of high energy lyricism paired with hard hitting funk grooves. The 11 piece ensemble recorded the single take cypher style video in 2017 following a performance at hometown music festival ‘Art of Live.’ LOOPRAT combines elements of jazz, blues, funk and hip-hop, continuing St. Louis’ storied musical tradition with a distinct sound of their own.





SMIZZART – Reign Supreme

Hip-hop/experimental music producer from Melbourne, Australia Smizzart comes through with a edgy track that takes it back to pure lyricism over dark boom bap backdrops. “Reign Supreme” is that jam for the hard core rap lover.

DeeZystep – Alive

DeeZystep comes through once again with a profound record he calls “Alive”. Filled with a message of hope, nostalgia and a lot of self reflection, DeeZystep takes the listener into his world, his pain and hurt.

“Alive” is a song I made to catch people’s attention with the new wave-type beat sound, but with a message of hope. I rap about dealing with the loss of my brother, and I think lots of people can relate to the emotions around losing a loved one. But I try to point people to look up, focus on the good memories, seek hope and help, and work towards a brighter future in general, even during the tough times – I think that’s where my music stands unique among many rising new wave rappers.



A-Rushh – Holdin’ On

Los Angeles based Filipino-American artist Russell Menez aka A-Rushh delivers his unique brand of personal tinged raps with his new song “Holdin’ On”. Using the classic  Simply Red’s “Holding Back the Years, A-Rushh puts pen to paper and talks about his ups and downs. The song resonates with any listener going through a personal battle of grief as A-Rushh explains the fight within himself after losing his sister. Directed by WokeCinema, the video features a solo performance with a cold ambience and features eerie effects.


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