The weekly Top Submissions aims to showcase a selected crop of acts that cross our paths. From the best tracks/videos from far and wide, we gather the upper echelon of artists you can find and give them a platform to be further recognized for their works. So, sit back and tune in, and don’t forget to show them some love by following them on all social media platforms

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AshtheArtist ft ALONSO – “Trippin'”


MD/PA raised Rapper/singer AshtheArtist teams up with ALONSO on this heartwarming soulful track titled”Trippin'” the track dwells on losing love between two individuals and what each has to do to make amends. AshtheArtist delivers an emotionally filled performance with her laidback flow and peppers it with her sublime melodic runs.
AshtheArtist is also an actress and Lyme Disease Activist.




Zone5brody – “The Weekend”


Zone5brody shares the official video for his song “The Weekend.” the fun-filled party track sees him in his element as he flexes on the opposition while having fun on the weekend.
Get it on Apple Music//Spotify




Leland Philpot – “The Gift”

Leland Philpot goes for a somewhat unorthodox sound on his new release “The Gift.” From the live drums and jazzy tones, he delivers a fiery performance laced with uplifting lyrics and some bravado to match.
Get it on Spotify




ItsJustLeak – “Prosper Freestyle”

ItsJustLeak pours his thoughts on wax in the form of his new release titled “Prosper Freestyle.” Over a soulful and somewhat sobering backdrop, the rapper elucidates his life plans in a relatable manner for all to latch on to. The visual is Shot/Edited by Swanney Visuals
Check out his new EP Take 2 here





Matthew Cuban – “Like That”


Matthew Cuban shares a reflective bravado laced track titled “Like That.” The track is bolstered by a soulful vibrant backdrop and Cubans fiery flow
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud





James Gardin x Taylor Taylor – “When The Friends Check In”


Multi-talented artist/producer James Gardin teams u with vocalist Taylor Taylor for a heartfelt, uplifting jam titled “When The Friends Check In.” The track sees Gardin checking up on his friends and offer support in different ways from a good dose of uplifting and encouraging talks.



Taurean Meacham – “BLAKK RADIKAL”

Taurean Meacham‘s “BLAKK RADIKAL” s a harrowing look at police brutality and the Jan 6th riots in DC. Backed by a punchy cinematic backdrop, he lets loose and attacks the “racists’ gangstas” who masquerade themselves as police officers.



Marques – “Double or Nothing” (feat. Daniel Nass)


Emerging Kenosha, WI rapper Marques makes his mark on our list with his single “Double or Nothing” featuring Daniel Nass. The track has a summery vibe and sure fits the rappers bravado laced style.
“Double or Nothing” is taken from his new EP Pardon My French. a compilation of peculiar phases with swagger packed emotions.
Listen/Buy (choose preferred store) HERE.




Mostly George – “NEBULA”



Mostly George aims to spark the light within us on his new release titled “NEBULA” The track is a reflective piece that encourages us to fight the temptation and rise t the occasion.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer




Ryan Jay – “The Catch Up”


Ryan Jay delivers a motivational piece titled “The Catch Up.” A somber and reflective song that touches on his life struggles and journey through the ups and downs.



VGO – “Roddy Richh”


Emerging emcee VGO makes his entry on our list with the go-getter anthem titled “Roddy Richh.” He makes use of a somber but punchy drill backdrop to paint a picture of the ultimate hustler trying to get his stash up to par amongst other things
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud



Czar Brown – “Empty”

UK emcee Czar Brown drops a fiery freestyle on his new release “Empty.” Over a bouncy moody backdrop, he comes through with a quick fiery verse that showcases his pen game.




Woes – “War”

Chicago based emcee Woes dives into police brutality and systemic racism on the anthemic song “War.” Bolstered by the hard-hitting backdrop courtesy of producer GoodBoy, Woes details his experiences at the Wrigley building downtown the first night of the George Floyd protests. It’s quite riveting and vivid. Tap into “War” and feel the same energy Woes felt last summer.
Get it on Soundcloud




ArmstrongWW – “Truth Never Lies”

Cameron born, Houston based artist ArmstrongWW shares his new single “Truth Never Lies.” A smooth blend of r&b and soul dripped in emotions and relatable elements. The track details how one’s inner demons can affect their love life and we all must confront it to be able to do better.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer



Tamara Bubble – “I’m That Good”

Tamara Bubble‘s “I’m That Good” is an anthemic track that is ripe with uplifting and bravado drenched performances over a driving cinematic backdrop. The track is a showcase of fiery pen game and a chant-like chorus that cements her bold claim.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud



narou x Mike Nasa x at the crib. – “Front Street”

narou teams up with long time collaborator and Mike Nasa and at the crib for a smooth R&B infused cut titled “Front Street.” A nice blend that is sultry, groovy, and melodic.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud



ArieS. – “Where You’re from”


Indie hip-hop act ArieS delivers a unique off-kilter style on his new single “Where You’re from.” Bolstered by an electric guitar-driven backdrop, he paints verbal pictures with his fiery flow and off the cuff style.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud






Ali Cashius Jr – “The Great Depression”


Detroit, MI raised emcee Ali Cashius Jr reflects on the current climate in the states on his new song “The Great Depression.” A somber Jazzy/Blues track that compares the present situation to that of the 1920s in a unique way.




Raslock x Mohjay Da Producer x Ama Akroma – “I’m Still Learning”

Raslock teams up with Mohjay Da Producer and Ama Akroma for this uplifting insightful cut titled “I’m Still Learning.” The emcee teaches us about the seven universal laws (Hermetic Principles) and the five sun cycles of kemet (Ancient Egypt). It’s well crafted and sure will pique your interests in seeking knowledge beyond the standard educational system.

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