It won’t be fair not to show love to the cats that work behind the boards. Cats whose soundscapes help push hip-hop to loft heights. So in the same vein, this weekly list sheds light on budding and even established producers who continue to push the envelope for the culture. So sit back relax and get familiar with these producers.
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defbymisadventure – “traffic inbound from space”
defbymisadventure flips a classic reggae sample for his new piece titled “traffic inbound from space.” He makes use of the solemn keys and throws in the melodic vocals to raise the ante to some degree.
Simpll Sin – “YOU”
Producer Simpll Sin delivers a mellow, reflective piece on this beat he calls “YOU.” With thick basslines, lush synth-like keys and a haunting vocal to match, he brings the listener closer to the action.
SoBe – “Liv in the House”
SoBe takes us into a very relaxed mood on “Liv in the House.” Tapping into the summer spirit, he crafts a soothing piece ripe with lush keys, dreamy textures and a lush guitar pluck to close the deal.
“Liv in the House” is a track from his second and most recent EP entitled ‘Nomad’. Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud
Rusty Joints – “Ride Thru The WIFI”
Rusty Joints delivers a cinematic beat on “Ride Thru The WIFI.” Using orchestra samples, he flips them into a somewhat frenzied concoction that would keep heads nodding from start to finish.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud// Bandcamp
toru – “cloudy”
toru‘s “cloudy” is a beat that has the opposite effect of its title. He cooks up a smooth mellow beat made up of soft keys, heavenly guitar riffs, and a healthy dose of a sunny day. Get it on Soundcloud
Botram – “Friday”
It seems the producers this week have been lacing us with more uplifting beats than usual and Antwerp based producer Botram doesn’t stray from that notion. His new beat “Friday” is as soothing as they come. Using soft drum grooves and lush dreamy textures, he helps ease the stress of the lockdown period. Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud//Spotify
TalcBeats – “dontleave_deestorto”
TalcBeats‘s “dontleave_deestorto” is a choppy soulful head-nodding banger rife with smooth textures and trippy vocal samples. it serves as the final single for his forthcoming instrumental album
Smyles – “Concentrate”
Smyles ‘ “Concentrate” is a solid fusion of lo-fi and jazz hop. The lush keys are engulfed by heavenly horns and dreamy textures to make for a solid listen from start to finish. Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud
Leomode x Siwo x Paolo Corsi – “Healing”
Leomode teams up with Siwo and Paolo Corsi for this solemn piece titled “Healing.” Built over an acoustic drum track by Paolo Corsi with a lush alluring piano riff and some sublime vocals by Siwo, the track draws in the emotions of the listener from start to finish. Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud
Blossum – “Feels”
Emerging Denmark based producer who goes by the moniker Blossum gives us a solid beat titled “Feels.” A solid blend of ambient sounds of the outdoors, soft melancholic keys and lush strings to match, the track is as calming as the sea breeze.”Feels” is his debut single. Get it on Apple Music//Deezer
Dash Positive – ‘Slide Through”
Evale – “Space Walk”
Chachy – “Elevator”
Chachy’s “Elevator” has a very sublime and reflective vibe. The lush textures are very crisp and bright while the drums he uses are soft and sure matches the entire feel of the track. “Elevator” is a single off of his album Quintessential Soundscape.
Roman Kouder – “Kanye W/est”
Roman Kouder taps into the spirit of Mr. West on his new release titled “Kanye W/est.” The French producer delivers a soulful piece made up of a vintage soulful sample and head-nodding boom bap drums to complete the job.