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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Becci Wallace – “Focus”


Singer-songwriter Becci Wallace shares the visuals for her heartfelt and poignant song “Focus.” The mellow record is bolstered by the somber keys and moody textures courtesy of producer Novasound and The Girl Who Cried Wolf duo, Audrey Tate and Lauren Gilmour. Wallace takes center stage with her soft vocals and evocative lyrics that explore a wide range of emotions ranging from inner resentment, jealousy, and nostalgia.
The visuals shot by Stephen Dewar, feature women whose experiences span four generations and threads the connections that run through them.
“Focus” is taken from her LP Present Tense.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud//Spotify

Sky Eyes & Foodj Madrigal – “Et si “


Sky Eyes teams up with Foodj Madrigal for this insightful and reflective single titled “Et si ” Over. soothing and somewhat somber backdrop, they deliver a blend of English and French as they reflect on this thing called life.
“Et Si” delivers a style and sound that embraces the U.S and French hip hop influences with a hint of reggae-tinged vocals to produce a perfect collaboration.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer


TheyCallMeSolo x Tre Houston – “Baddest Man Alive”


“Baddest Man Alive” is the new anthem by TheyCallMeSolo and Tre Houston. The track is MLB Allstar Mookie Betts’ brand new walk-up song and it’s apt as it packs upbeat and vibrant energy from the moment you hit the play button.
Get it on Deezer





Self-taught musician, Monroe make her entry on our list with the soulful and insightful record titled “Seattle” Bolstered by a groovy and soulful backdrop, she delivers a tale of heartbreak and soul searching that listeners can relate to.
Monroe is currently working on the self-titled debut EP, with her first single and music video “Seattle” available on all platforms now!




Oliver / Aberson : “Let It Burn” (feat. Edwin Canito Garcia, Tye Slagle & Corey Mauser)


Musical duo Oliver / Aberson caught our attention with the visuals for their song “Let It Burn”. The laidback soothing track is an interesting love story between a young lady and an older guy where the dynamics between them are quite different. Bolstered by a lush guitar-driven backdrop and the enthralling vocals of Stephanie Oliver, listeners are slowly immersed into the scene and the result is quite gripping.
The video is shot by Tony Li for The Tony Li Project
Get it on Apple Music//Spotify



Roger Songbird – “NO STRINGS ATTACHED”


Roger Songbird caught our ears with this punchy single titled “NO STRINGS ATTACHED” a track that focuses on being open-minded and being true to one’s self at all times.
Get it on Soundcloud


Joe Reidy – “Inhale”


Joe Reidy‘s newest release “Inhale” is a heartfelt song that sees the rapper dive into his journey as an artist. Over a somber backdrop, he explores his personal struggles and looks toward a brighter day.


G RIEL – “Make Sense”


Emerging Virginia-based emcee G RIEL come through on our list with this heartfelt record titled “Make Sense.” Bolstered by a smooth and somewhat eerie texture and punchy drums, G RIEL takes us deep into his world and all the drama that occurs within. It’s filled with insightful, honest, and unapologetic lines that really display the rapper’s life. RIEL is an acronym for Rhythm In Every Language.

Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud



Jance – “4 Brothers Freestyle”

Jance shares the visuals for “4 Brothers Freestyle” which he put out quite recently. Over the soothing “Lemon Pepper” beat, Jance gives the listenr a sneak peek into his life. The video was Directed by Jr.Skootah​
“4 Brothers Freestyle” out here.


Areo – “Color Doesn’t Mean Much”


Areo dive into discrimination and racism on the uplifting and poignant track titled “Color Doesn’t Mean Much.” The record sees him teaming up with rapper Jamell Rene whose punchy vocals and evocative lyrics form the centerpiece of the track. The beat is quite energetic too and reaches the plateau on the chorus section ripe with lush guitars, vocal scratches, and crunchy drums.


Flare Tha Rebel – “Happy Clouds (Bob Ross Flow)”


“Happy Clouds (Bob Ross Flow)” is the newest release from Flare Tha Rebel who links up with producer Bob Pulliam. Over a smooth head nodding backdrop, he takes the listener up above the clouds with his vivid and evocative lyrics. He also calls up Oboi Kong to add his 2 cents to the issue at hand.
Get it on Soundcloud




Tiana Kocher – “Same Lame”


Emerging American singer-songwriter, Tiana Kocher, make her entry on our list with her new single “Same Lame.” The track has a nice warm soulful texture and taps inspiration from classic R&B tracks. Kocher delivers a solid performance with her silky melodic runs while T-Boz comes through with her unique low vocals to bolster the track.



Gutty – “70”


Gutty handles the boards and microphone on this new release “70” A laidback soulful track that dives into his life’s journey and then some. He brings a mix of wit, bravado, and insightful bars on this one. Also, watch out for the switch-up at the tail end when the beats get screwed up.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud


Somandla Nigel x ENG Creation – “Take it There”


Somandla Nigel team sup with ENG Creation on “Take it There”. Bolstered by a moody and sparse backdrop, the rapper delivers a plethora of bravado-laden bars in his own unique fashion.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer



Dax – “Beatbox” Remix


Dax is going for the jugular on “Beatbox” Remix where he spazzes out or a piano-laden trap beat. Armed with his impassioned flow and fluid cadence, he raises the ante with every line.
Get it on Soundcloud



Mike the $eventh – “[adult $wim] ” ft. Camo


Mike the $eventh flexes his production chops on his new effort “[adult $wim]” and delivers a moody beat that is reminiscent of those Adult swim music interludes. He also calls up Camo to do his thing on the track and both reflect on life, insomnia, and love for Adult swim. The single is from his upcoming EP.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Bandcamp




Rachel Geek – “Holy day (Remix by Ludacris)”


Canadian rapper/producer Rachel Geek flips Ludacris’s classic “Area codes” into “Holy day.” Backed by a laidback and somewhat moody texture, she dives into quite a number of topics swirling in her mind from self-growth, bravado elements, and more.
The video is shot and directed by Rachel Gieck and Jodie B. They really craft an engaging visual with VHS-type effects and expressive motifs that run throughout the video. Geek is fully hands-on with the music and she produced, mixed, and mastered the song by herself.



Airis Xavier – “Faith”


Emerging Miami-based rapper Airis Xavier looks toward a better tomorrow on his new single “Faith.” Bolstered by a soulful and bright texture, he takes us through the ups and downs of his life and how his inner will power, faith and determination keeps him afloat
Get it on Apple Music




DYFL – “Butterflies”


DYFL puts his emotions on wax on his new release “Butterflies.” The Neri-produced track has a soothing and reflective vibe that merges with the rapper’s vivid and adulation-filled lyrics. Joining him on the track is singer Kay Bridges who delivers a heartfelt and soothing melodic run to complete the mission.



Tireek & Lonely Leonard – “Spend It”


The Arizona-based duo Tireek & Lonely Leonard share the visual for their song “Spend It.” A pop-infused cut that dwells on the lifestyle of an individual ready to go all out for his girl. The production is pretty accessible and lyrics are straight to the point and it’s bolstered by a somewhat memorable chorus. The video has a nice retro aesthetic and it’s quite colorful too. “Spend It” is taken from the duo’s LP CROOKLAND
Stream/Download Crookland here.




DyMe-A-DuZiN x Money Montage – “EBT Freestyle”


DyMe-A-DuZiN and Money Montage just dropped their new collabo EP TRAINING and share the focus track “EBT Freestyle” to close out our list. “EBT Freestyle” is a dark gritty track that showcases a blend of bravado and insightful lyrics. The TRAINING. EP serves as lyrical and musical exercise for the duo to showcase and preview what’s about to come during the next Ghetto Olympics.
Get it on Apple Music

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