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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drum pedro – “alcoholic rudolf”

Drum Pedro taps into the holiday spirit with “Alcoholic Rudolf.” The track is a solid blend of the classic holiday song with hard-hitting drums.

Some Tones – “Landing Space”


“Landing Space” by producer Some Tones is a short piece that exudes ver nostalgic and solemn vibes. The moody tones, reflective textures sure match each other and make for a great listen.
Get it on Soundcloud.



toru – “Refract”


toru‘s “Refract” takes elements from the old and the new with shimmering synth lines, warm bass, and dreamy textures.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud



Kimci Kriminal – “90Nighty”


Kimci Kriminal‘s “90Nighty” is smooth Lo-Fi hip-hop instrumental with a somewhat surreal atmosphere dipped in elements of 90’s nostalgia.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer



David Alastre – “Healing (Tea Time)”



David Alastre shares “Healing (Tea Time)” a jazz/soul beat ripe with lush keys, warm basslines, and a bouncy groove to match.



December Roses – “Daylight”


December Roses is a musical duo made up of 2 jazz musicians. Their new release is titled “Daylight” a lofi beat that is alluring and very relaxing. From the warm textures to nostalgic sound design the duo sure bring something new to the fore



Elijah Negasi – “Out of Nothing, Was a Lofi”


Elijah Negasi shares “Out of Nothing, Was a Lofi”, a beat that is as eclectic as they come. he makes use of choppy sounds and an ominous flute over crisp drums. He keeps it simple as well with little changes and switch-ups.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud



Rural Resonance – “Out of Time”


Rural Resonance lifts up the list with “Out of Time.” A cinematic piece that blends lush keys, airy vocals, brass chords over punchy drums.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud



Jupiter e io – “Factotum”


Jupiter e io is a new producer who caught our ears with his uplifting beat titled “Factotum.” It’s very crisp and well layered with lush dreamy textures and smooth grooves to match.

Get it on Soundcloud.



J57 – “Hemlock”

J57 shares his new single “Hemlock” which showcases his undeniable skill behind the boards. He gifts us with punchy drums, lush alluring textures that are seamlessly married in his own unique fashion.
After working with legends like Method Man, Raekwon, and Homeboy Sandman he returns with a new EP titled Nuclear Wintour.



HaTo – “Toy Room”


HaTo ‘s “Toy Room” is a prime example of dreamy lofi hip-hop. The Japanese producer cranks up the energy with playful chiptune sounds laced over punchy drums.



Padre Tóxico – “Left Without Fame”


Padre Tóxico never disappoints and shares a new beat “Left Without Fame” with us. The track has a solemn and reflective mood. It’s quite solid for a relaxing evening session.
Get it on Apple Music



Big O – “Kinfolk (Wake Me Up)” [Instrumental]


Big O drops “Kinfolk (Wake Me Up)” [Instrumental] taken from the previously released Parking Violations-EP collaboration with rapper B. Chaps. As expected, Big O comes through with a solid one.

Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud//Bandcamp



Johnboybeats – “Recess”


Johnboybeats sure knows the vibes as he closes out this week’s playlist with “Recess.” A very relaxing beat that is ripe with lush textures, warm basslines, and alluring horns. This is dope from start to finish.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud

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