We are still dedicated to showcasing the best tracks/videos from the underground by searching far and wide in order to bring you our weekly list. It’s a tough job as we sift through a ton of high-quality tracks just to settle for just 5 so we switched it up so now we curating the Top Submissions. Now that is what we call dedication, so sit back relax and get familiar with these acts. Remember, don’t forget to support them by sharing their works.
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Silk Young – “Day Dreams”


Emerging singer Silk Young sure takes us back in time with her 90s RnB infused jam titled “Day Dreams.” Bolstered by lush summery vibes and her commanding soulful vocals, Silk Young delivers a refreshing take on longing for a special someone.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Spotify// Soundcloud



YEAROFJORDN & BroGawd x Deyana Pilar – “She Belongs To The Streets”


YEAROFJORDN & BroGawd teams up with vocalist Deyana Pilar on the heartwarming “She Belongs To The Streets.” The track has a nice soulful vibe and showcases 2 sides of the same coin in a relationship gone sour.
This is the 3rd Single Off Outer Heaven” (Out Now) by YEAROFJORDN & BroGawd produced by Adwerdz & Midnite Beatz.

Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud



V-i – “Until Then (Outro)”


V-i makes his entry on our weekly list with the lyric fuelled “Until Then (Outro).” From the lush piano-driven backdrop to his breathy flow, the combination sure showcases a nice blend of styles.



Imani Wj Wright – “So I Thought”


Rising Baltimore, Maryland based musician Imani Wj Wright delivers a heartfelt single titled “So I Thought.” Which sees the young singer reflecting on a withering relationship. Armed with airy soft vocals and a lush guitar pluck, Imani Wj Wright showcases his range and songwriting skills. Imani deals with his relationship slowly drifting away on “So I Thought”
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Spotify





Nutty P – “God Please”


UK’s Nutty P drops “God Please” a gloomy track that details how the system treats young black British men. He makes use of the bass-heavy backdrop to paint pictures of the struggles his mates go through and ties it with a unifying chorus that pleads to God to watch over all of his friends in these dark times.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud





Aby Coulibaly‘s “Maybe” is a laidback heartwarming R&B ballad that showcases her rich vocals and introspective lyrics. Bolstered by a solemn and reflective texture, COULIBALY takes time to find inner strength and hopes for a better tomorrow.




DanimaL – “Scumbag”


“Scumbag” is the newest video from DanimaL who comes through with his raw, unfiltered raps over a dusty boom-bap backdrop. The visual sure sticks to the theme and captures DanimaL’s in his element doing whatever he does, which is weird and entertaining. This track is Lifted from DanimaL’s forthcoming Tales of A Scumbag EP.



Revoh Wattz – “Nightmares In The Day”

Revoh Wattz comes through with “Nightmares In The Day,” a reflective piece rife with dreamy textures, courtesy of producer HANIMO and introspective lyrics from the emcee.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud



Neek x Tasha the Amazon – “show me how”


Producer/artist Neek teams up with fiery Canadian artist Tasha the Amazon for “show me how.” The production here is cinematic and ominous and Tasha brings a very edgy element to it with her confident and sultry melodic flow. “show me how” is taken from Neek’s mixtape Everybody’s Lonely.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud



Bailz Pagliacci x ObrigxDo – “Last Bite”


Bailz Pagliacci and ObrigxDo team up for the funk-infused cut titled “Last Bite.” It’s filled with a lot of insightful lines and a reimaging of Nino Brown from New Jack City as a successful landlord instead of a drug dealer.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud



Dax – “GOTHAM”


The ever working artist Dax returns to the frontline with “GOTHAM.” This comes after his short hiatus and sees him reflecting on his various experiences and emotions since he started his musical journey.
The visuals are quite entertaining and capture Dax as a dark knight-like character who has to battle his inner demons.
Get it on Spotify//Deezer//Soundcloud




Queen Millz x Lavida Loca – “Pretty”


Queen Millz and Lavida Loca link up for the catchy single titled “Pretty.” Fusing her Jamaican roots, hip-hop, and a dash of RnB, Queen Millz showcases her versatility on all levels. Joining her is South London rapper Lavida Loca who also adds her fiery style to the mix.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud




James Bailey x DWNLD – “Something”


James Bailey and DWNLD team up for the mellow reflective single titled “Something.” Blending smooth melodies and insightful lyrics, the duo reflects on this cycle we are all stuck in as adults trying to stay alive.




Friloux – “Demon Vibez”


Friloux makes his entry on our list with this hard-hitting and cinematic single titled “Demon Vibez.” The rapper dwells on a handful of issues ranging from police brutality, systemic racism, and gentrification amongst other things.





Reeko Squeeze – “Creep”


UK’s Reeko Squeeze closes out the list with a heavy banger titled “Creep.” The South London act teams up with producer Carns Hill who crafts a dancehall groove and lush texture to match the rapper’s sharp flow and vivid lyrics. Tapping up emerging ragga vocalist Decky for the chorus, “Creep” blends infectious melodies with Reeko’s unique lyrical style.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud

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