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Gaël x Billa Joints – “MORE”

The duo of rapper Gaël and producer Billa Joints  open up this week’s list with an uplifting piece titled “MORE.” Over a smooth, lush texture, Gaël broods on getting more out of life before time passes by. Get it on Soundcloud.


New Zephland – “WDDIM”

The emerging rapper who goes by the moniker New Zephland makes his TWIB debut with his new track titled “WDDIM.” The track is very introspective and explores the rapper’s flaws and journey to find peace and much more in a crazy world. He adds that the inspiration for writing the song came after reading the book of Ecclesiastes. Get it on Soundcloud.




Dewey Da Don – “What it Feel Like”


Dewey Da Don is back with a new cut titled “What it feel like” which is quite upbeat and uplifting in many ways. He states his mission parameter by ramping up his work ethic a she looks beyond his past transgressions. Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud





HaTom – “Asleep”

HaTom‘s “Asleep” is a solemn, reflective piece that helps soothe the worries away.  Over a smooth dreamy backdrop, he delivers something heartwarming to alleviate his anxiety, and that works perfectly for us as well. This tune is so perfect in these crazy times we live in. Get it on Soundcloud and download it here.





Shinobi Stalin x DJ Stranger – “Namesake”

Rapper/producer Shinobi Stalin teams up with DJ Stranger on his new cut “Namesake.” Backed by a dark, ominous hard-hitting backdrop, Stalin delivers a strong performance if with street edgy swag and an intentional flow. The track is also peppered with some excellent scratches from DJ Stranger. Get it on Soundcloud //Deezer





Vos – “Dreaming”

Las Vegas-based emcee Vos shares his new track “Dreaming” with us. The song is the second entry in his weekly music releases titled Vos Wednesday. Over a smooth reflective backdrop, he details his own personal flaws and self-doubts. Get it on apple music,





Yury – “Get Going”


“Get Going” is self-written, produced, mixed and mastered by Yury, providing listeners with a sense of authenticity. As expected he comes with his brand of offbeat/experimental style of gritty trap music.






MRK SX x Royce Da 5’9 – “Good Life”

Detroit artist MRK SX  teams up with fellow Detroit legend turn producer Royce Da 5’9 on his new single “Good Life.” Over Royce’s smooth solemn backdrop, MRK SX takes down to reflect on his journey thus far and how he was able to stay afloat regardless of the challenges that come his way. This is the first single from his EP The 40 Year Old Rapper. Get it on all DSPs here.



Paragon Don – “Jupiter Jazz”

Emerging emcee Paragon Don caught our ears with his new single titled “Jupiter Jazz.” He makes use of a smooth backdrop to help his silky flow and vivid imagery he brings to the forefront.

Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud





Neak – “Elevation Everything Remix”

Neak  shares the remix to his song “Elevation Everything.” The hard-working emcee/producer once again shows his production chops as he crafts a vibrant soul-sample driven beat to back his insightful lyrics. He takes the listener through his own eyes as he broods on his life, background, and much more. The song is apart of his new remix EP – remixing some of his favorite songs on his previously released album KWESBAAR. Get it on Apple Music//Deezer






Jamal Gasol – “Cookies” feat Planet Asia (Prod by DirtyDiggs).

Cookies” by Jamal Gasol gets the visual treatment and encapsulates the gritty energy the NY emcee brings to the track. Linking up with West Coast veteran Planet Asia, the duo shows us how they get down in the grimiest places.

This is the first single off the new EP 100 Blunts In Venice which was recorded over a single smoked out weekend at DirtyDiggs studio.





Spitty The Sequel – “Smoke Bombs”

Spitty the sequel teams up with pianist Brucey B  for this heartwarming track titled “Smoke Bombs.” The track sees Spitty really diving into his emotions as he explores the dynamics that come with being alive and having responsibilities. “Smoke Bombs” is the newest song and fourth single release From Spitty The Sequel this year. Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Spotify //Soundcloud




Farrah – “ID”

Singer/songwriter Farrah delivers a heartwarming performance on her new single “ID” which caught our attention. The single has a nice blend of R&B/pop elements that fit Farrah’s sublime vocal style over the lush backdrop laid before her. As the title suggests, it dwells on one’s true identity and how sometimes it gets repressed in order to please others. It’s alluring, profound, and quite catchy as well. Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud

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