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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Lumberjack Jefe – “GOLD”


Staten Island emcee Lumberjack Jefe shares his new song “GOLD” with us. Over a moody mellow backdrop, he delivers a fiery performance while the lyrics detail the process of finding one’s self in this world where things aren’t exactly what it seems.
Get it on Apple Music.



Fabled Kari – “Clementine”


Emerging artist Fabled Kari reflects on “Clementine” a smooth solemn track that talks about life goals, artistry confidence, and family traditions. It’s very relatable and quite insightful as well.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Spotify


Primitive – “Friendzone”

Australian emcee Primitive takes us deep into the “Friendzone” on his new song. Over a smooth bouncy track courtesy of 20xx, Primitive details his struggles to get out of the dreaded zone. It’s honest, humorous, and very relatable too. Get it on Bandcamp.//Soundcloud


A-homi – “Basic”


Emerging rap act A-homi shares his new single titled “Basic.” The track is moody and showcases his somewhat lethargic flow and carefree performance style.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud


J Cru – “Blockbuster”


J Cru comes through with their brand of upbeat raps with the new single “Blockbuster.” The track is a Hollywood inspired track that makes references to films, pop culture over a sparse booming backdrop.
The track is the first of 9 collaborative singles from the duo.
Get it on Deezer//Soundcloud



Joya Mooi – “Good Girl”

Singer/songwriter Joya Mooi is back with a summer drenched jam titled “Good Girl.” The Blazehoven produced track dives into the rebellious stage in a teenager’s life where they go off the rails due to societal restraints. It’s very relatable, quite profound, and heartfelt too. The Natalie Wilson directed visuals truly captures the sentiments in the song and gives a perfect depiction of self-expression.
“Good girl” is off her forthcoming EP release due later this year
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud//Spotify




Flow’etic – “Here To Stay”

Flow’etic makes his return after taking a hiatus with a new single “Here To Stay” A hard-hitting track that showcases his passionate delivery and vivid storytelling skills. He gives the listener a glimpse into his life from his past until now. The track is produced by his long-time musical ally Sandro Purple Green and makes use of a classic familiar soul sample.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Spotify


Kaleel Carpè – “Overthinking”

Kaleel Carpè goes into this introspective bag with his new single “Overthinking” and accompanying video. Over a laidback, soul sample, he reflects on his current status and what the future may hold.
Get it on Apple Music//Spotify


Shao Dow – “Wait For The Summer (BROMIE remix)”


UK’s Shao Dow and singer KVNG’s collaborative track “Wait For The Summer” gets a revisit by producer BROMIE. The US producer revamps it with bright and lush guitars over head-nodding grooves. The visuals were shot on the dreamy island of Corfu and really captures that exotic summer lifestyle we all live for.




Tamara Bubble – “Dictator”

Tamara Bubble takes humorous digs at small-minded dudes on her new song “Dictator.” Over a hard-hitting, vibrant backdrop, Bubble goes for the jugular and takes shots at opinionated, unsupportive men who think less of women. This is a classic female empowerment anthem for 2020.
Get “Dictator” on all DSPs here.


Ra-Grim – “One Hundred Seconds”

“One Hundred Seconds” by Ra-Grim is a solemn, reflective track that explores several real-time issues ranging from music industry bureaucracies, pending apocalypse, and then some.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Spotify




Neon Brown – “The Bringer of Light” feat. Kim Dawson & Mark Clifford

Producer Neon Brown teams up with singer Kim Dawson and instrumentalist Mark Clifford “The Bringer of Light”
The introspective jam is rife with ultra-smooth pads, warm basslines and vocals from Dawson and Brown himself while Clifford plays the vibraphone.
“The Bringer of Light” is available now through all digital retailers and streaming platforms and is set to appear on Brown’s forthcoming LP of the same title, due out in 2021.




Big Haz feat Canibus – “Verbal Murder”


Big Haz links up with the legendary Canibus for “Verbal Murder.” A hard-hitting track that exudes the essence of super lyricism. Both emcees go for the kill with expertly crafted bars with technical lyricism and multi-syllable rhymes
“Verbal Murder” is off Big HHaz’s upcoming album called ‘Inner Peace’ which drops in late September and also features Kool G Rap and Daz Dillinger.


uknoMunroe – “Fri(End)S” feat. Lafayette Stokely

uknoMunroe and Lafayette Stokely explore the emotions that come with being in the friend zone on their collaborative song “Fri(End)S.” The production here is solid, has a lively feel and it’s reflective too. Lafayette Stokely also comes correct with his vivid lyricism that is relatable and honest.


Crusif – “Like Woah”


Pretoria, South African rapper/producer Crusif makes his debut on TWIB with a reflective tune titled “Like Woah.” He makes use of a lush soulful backdrop to tell a story of his life as an artist and how the recent changes in the world have affected him.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer



Michael Rich – “Finally Breathing”


Michael Rich‘s new release “Finally Breathing” dives into the essence of loyalty, love, and much more. he makes use of a guitar-driven backdrop to convey his message of love for his significant other.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Spotify

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