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Dei.3avu – “Loose”

Opening up this week’s list is Amsterdam based reggae band known as Dei.3avu (pronounced Deja-vu). Their track “Loose” sets it off with a blend of that vintage roots reggae bassline and hip-hop vibes. It’s definitely something that we all can rock to. Get it on Deezer// Spotify




Emcee Monte – “Bringin’ Classic Back”

producer/dj and all-round creative Emcee Monte takes us back to the golden era with his break-beat driven banger titled “Bringin’ Classic Back .” The track exudes the call and response style of 80s rap but Emcee Monte sure keeps the modern era vibe throughout. “Bringing Classic Back” is the 3rd single from his Jammin’ with the Boombox vol. 1: Birth of Hip Hop. Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud




Stoney Hoop – “Stay Down”

Stoney Hoop shows us how he stays on track and focused on his new single titled “Stay Down.” He shares his musical journey over a solemn, reflective backdrop while reminiscing on all the beautiful moments




Wilai – “I Got You”

NY based Indie act Wilai thrills us with her new single “I Got You,” smooth hip-hop infused R&B cut that showcases her melodic and sultry vocals. “I Got You” is the 3rd single from her album Isara. The Thai definition of isara simply means Freedom. Get it on Apple Music// Deezer.



LUTZ – “Contentment”

Naples, FL. based emcee LUTZ makes his entry on our list with his new single titled “Contentment.” Backed by a smooth, reflective backdrop, he takes time to brood on facing one’s fears and inner demons.




Roc C, Oh No – “Zaaanie”

Roc C teams up with producer/emcee Oh No for this bouncy cut titled “Zaaanie.”  Roc C makes use of Oh No’s choppy upbeat beat to show the listeners how things go down in Oxnard from his own perspective. Also on the track is King Harris who adds his own 2 cents in. Get it on Apple Music// Deezer// Youtube





Chimezie – “Autumn”

Chimezie returns with yet another off-kilter style of rap with his new track titled “Autumn.” He employs a lush, atmospheric backdrop for his canvas as he paints a picturesque view of the end of summer. He also takes time to share the end of the relationship between him and a certain individual and its effects on his psyche. Get it on Apple Music




LMNZ – “We”

LMNZ shares the uplifting visual for his single “We.” The track is a heartfelt look at how each of us can positively affect others and at the end of the day, all that matters is the interlocking relationship we can all cultivate for the greater good of mankind. The video captures a wide array of artistic disciplines shown at the different shows LMNZ has been a part of. Also joining him on the track is vocalist Sera Kalo who provides the backing chorus.

Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Spotify






ILL EFFECT share with us a nice head nodding loosie track in the form of their new release titled ‘MmmHmm.” A lyric dense piece that showcases the deft pen game of emcees DJB and PreciseMC over a neck-snapping beat laced with scratches courtesy of DJ Nameless Faceless. Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Souncloud




Tré Yung x Birthday – “100 Ms”


Tré Yung teams up with Birthday for this melodic single titled “100 Ms.” Backed by Birthday’s lush and somewhat atmospheric bouncy backdrop, Yung delivers a silky melody laced performance that is catchy and smooth.

Get it on Apple Music.



Aspen Martin – “Can’t Relate”

Rising singer/rapper Aspen Martin gets into his bag on this upbeat r&b/rap fusion titled “Can’t Relate.” He delivers a smooth melodic flow over the heavy trap backdrop and details the ups and downs that comes with being trusted into the spotlight.



Ro-Thoro – “All In It”

Ro-Thoro makes his debut on our top list with this energetic piece titled “All In It.” The emcee showcases his smooth flow over a horn-driven backdrop and shows us that his work ethic is way beyond the average.

Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Souncloud




P-Rawb & Big O – “Keep Mov’n”

“Keep Mov’n”  is the lead single from the upcoming collaboration LP The Complexity by P-Rawb and Big O. The track is a solemn, laidback piece that looks at the dynamics of life and how the only to get ahead is to keep moving.





Unyc x Memo – “So It Begins”

Unyc (pronounced Unique) and Memo share with us “So It Begins” which is actually the very first song the duo made together. Over an ominous sparse backdrop, the duo take time to reflect on life and then some The track is named after the mixtape the duo have coming out soon.

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