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. Now that is what we call dedication, so sit back relax and get familiar with these acts.
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Denzil Porter – Time Soon Come.

Denzil Porter takes the bull by the horns on this record titled “Time Soon Come”. He faces the question many people spend their whole lives trying to find the answer for but is “the answer”something that comes to you? “Time Soon Come” is the second visual from the North Bronx based Denzil Porter’s latest full length release Semantics of Mr. Porter



J.Nolan – Welcome

“Welcome” is the 2nd official single leading up to J.Nolan‘s forthcoming project, Rise of ATLantis, which is set to be released on May 18th. This song ties directly into the concept of the project by showing the foundation that’s been set musically & personally since J.Nolan and his family settled in the city of Atlanta when he was 8 years old. From that time, he watched the evolution of southern Hip-Hop while honing his craft. Now, at 29 years old, he’s dead set on showcasing the depth and lyrical substance that many Hip-Hop fans claim to be missing. The video is directed by Rex Novi



FreshfromDE feat. Michael Christmas – Indigo Children (prod. David Yields)

 “Indigo Children” by FreshfromDE is the latest from the Delaware artist, which gives an insight into the qualities of that group of individuals as he collaborates with the larger than life, one-of-a-kind, Boston’s Michael Christmas. “Indigo Children” provides some infectious trap/hip-hop melodies and smooth flows from both artists.

MeRCY Ft. KoJazz, Bishop, see.francis – So iLLustrious

The Everglades Sessions weekly campaign has finally came to an end as MeRCY has brought in the heavy cavalry. “So iLLustrious” features the whole camp including KoJazz, Bishop, see.francis and in-house producer, Solidified. This makes it 15 weeks of consistency of an musical journey. Now, lookout for the grand finale, and the official album, SWAMP THING, coming very soon!





Jackson Whalan – Sweet Music (feat. Jules Jenssen)

Rapper/producer Jackson Whalan drops the second single leading up to his to his next album, ‘Millennial Sound’. “Sweet Music” features Jules Jenssen : drummer, producer, visionary, and hometown friend of Jackson. The two have been collaborating since their early teens, growing up in Berkshire County, MA in a crew of young music heads. They co-produced and wrote this track together, which effectively adds to their growing saga of collaborations, like “Home Again” , and “Souled Out…” . There is distinct a sample-based vibe that weaves through all of the hip-hop they have made with each other so far, and its presence is recognized once again in “Sweet Music…”, a song about a character longing for love, yet being on the road and whole-heartedly committed to music and touring. “I Always Wanted to Be In The Band” by Step by Step lays the foundation for this subject matter to percolate, with a call-and-response from the mcee to the sample in the chorus. Jackson draws from his own experience of being “torn in two”, and the process of coming to terms with music being the top priority, a reality that is accompanied by sacrifice and being apart from the one he loves. Inspired by the most classic of hip-hop, with live drums that slap, and verses that churn memories, peep “Sweet Music (feat. Jules Jenssen)”.

Jackson releases his new album, Millennial Sound, on May 18th, 2018.

Bonus Cut

Originality – Bitch.

Originality is a group of three artists , Boogiee , Namelis & JMc  . Coming from different parts of NY , these 3 individuals team up to bring that raw uncut NY sound back to the forefront. Their new cut “Bitch” is gritty and smooth at once as they all deliver unique styles , flow , song writing abilities and lyrical content.


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