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Dave Byrd – Feels.

Dave Byrd set things off with this soulful head nodder titled “Feels”. The budding emcee delivers a smooth one with his laid-back flow over the soul-drenched backdrop. The visual was directed by Patrick O’Brien-Smith and puts the emcee in his element performing his lines in various locations. “Feels” is taken from his latest project with NuDavinci called, “GVOTapes“. Listen to the entire tape HERE


PoetX – Peace

Poet X laces a smooth joint titled “Peace” over a chilled, jazzy backdrop that would definitely get your head nodding once you hit the play button. “Peace” is taken off  his compilation, “Loosies.” A collection of songs recorded over a two-year span!



Doberman – Something Cinematic

Leeds-born alternative hip-hop artist Doberman introduces us to his unique style of hip-hop that blends lo-fi jazz and personal insights. On “Something Cinematic,” Doberman compliments the space of Broadley’s stripped-down production with tightly-packed rhyme patterns that twist and turn from start to finish, mirroring the very internal conflict he describes. Falling somewhere between Loyle Carner and the Fred Perry days of Alex Turner, Doberman’s layered lyrics are distinctly unkempt in delivery, proving an impassioned ally to Broadley’s melancholic piano samples.


iRoc Omega – It’s All On You feat. Snoop Dogg & Dre’ Rock (prod. Jason Hausman)

iRoc Omega delivers his first single “It’s all on you”, the bouncy backdrop features the legendary Snoop Dogg and vocalist Dre’ Rock who all come through with that classic west coast party vibe. The smooth jam is mainly for the ladies in the house and is produced by Emmy award-winning producer and composer, Jason Hausman.


Dom Vaccarelli – Bodak Vac

Dom Vaccarelli wraps up this week’s list with a somber, trap-influenced jam titled “Bodak Vac”. The budding rapper comes through with a laid-back flow that cascades the hard-hitting backdrop. “Bodak Vac” is the fifth track off his debut album Dark Matter streaming on all digital platforms


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