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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Fortunato x The Dirty Sample – “The Coalition”


The duo of Fortunato and The Dirty Sample form “The Coalition” as they deliver this new track that pairs edgy lyricism with dark and moody soundscapes.  The anthemic track is the title track of the duo’s forthcoming collaborative project and is the tip of the proverbial iceberg.



Coherent – “Funktastik”.

Rapper Coherent thrills us with this bouncy and lyric-dense track “Funktastik”. The jazz-infused track is ripe with summer vibes, flutes and rousing drums over which he flexes his verbal biceps.


Raelle – “Pressure”

Raelle‘s latest release”Pressure” showcases her vocal range and expressive songwriting. Over the warm and  sublime backdrop, Raelle gives in to rising tensions as she falls deep in love and at the same time tries to keep her wits about her.


Future – “We Still Don’t Trust You”

Future, Metro Boomin and The Weeknd drop their latest single “We Still Don’t Trust You” from their new collaborative project of the same name. The track has a punchy disco drum groove, ethereal textures and cinematic pads underpinned by sultry and airy vocal melodies and playful lines.



Rosa Landers – “Circle Line”


Singer/songwriter Rosa Landers makes her entry on our playlist with “Circle Line”, a love ballad that is ripe with adulations and, a vivid description of the spiritual connection between two lovers as they intertwine.


Lazarous – “The Great Escape”

Vancouver, BC-based Lazarous comes through with “The Great Escape”, a cinematic and urgent-sounding track that is peppered with his impassioned flow and graphic rhyme imagery.



Kiseme – “Just To Fit In”.

Kiseme continues his music releases with the latest being “Just To Fit In”. His love for dusty jazz samples and punchy drums is unparalleled and his off-beat rap style comes into play while he reflects on generational wealth.




Scritchmatic – “Pulp Fiction” (prod. by Fantom of the Beat)


Emerging rapper Scritchmatic showcases his distinct and edgy raps in his new single  “Pulp Fiction”. The track produced by Fantom of the Beat (a/k/a Haas G) flips a classic soul sample into a dark, hard-hitting soundscape underpinned by Scritchmatic’s dark humour, unfiltered wit and vivid rhyme schemes inspired by the classic film of the same name. “Pulp Fiction” is available now through all major digital retailers and streaming platforms via Fantomusic.Rec and Management: Tarantino 1440 Ent.



MiQ The Burb Boy‘s “MOUNTAIN PEAKS” is an inspirational tune that dives into the concept of self-resilience and the desire to reach one’s true potential against all odds. Over a sombre soundscape, MiQ gives us a glimpse into his journey and the ups and downs that come with it.



J-Graze – “Power Through”

J-Graze pushes through the doldrums and hard times in his new single “Power Through”. As the title suggests, it sees the rapper sharing his experience with self-doubt, and lack of motivation and how he powered through it all.



Solo Muzik – “Flow” featuring Rochelle Tobey

Solo Muzik‘s newest release “Flow” featuring Rochelle Tobey is a sublime and surreal piece that is anchored on giving in to the natural flow of things. The ethereal pads, hushed drums and rich melodic runs take precedence and draws audiences into their world.




Derrty D x Sada Baby – “Prime 2.1” (feat. Sada baby)

Derrty D and Sada Baby team up for “Prime 2.1”, a hard-hitting track that displays rapid and energetic rapping over a dark trap soundscape.




No Play – Highbridge Story PT 1 ( feat. King-Dom, Jeff2DaLeft & Iman) Produced by DopeBoyzMuzic


No Play‘s “Highbridge Story PT 1” features King-Dom, Jeff2DaLeft and Iman and the rappers deliver a graphic and engaging story over DopeBoyzMuzic‘s cinematic soundscape.




shirlette ammons – “Temperature” (feat. Jessamyn Stanley)

Multi-faceted Durham, NC-based musician shirlette ammons teams up with Jessamyn Stanley for “Temperature”, a soul-hop-infused affair that blends engaging and insightful raps and earworm melodic runs.



Zel Monstrous – “Battles”

Zel Monstrous’s “Battles” is a self-reflective piece that explores past mistakes and experiences that helped shape him into being a better man. He employs a soulful and nostalgia-inducing backdrop made up of soulful pads, and vocal samples and details his journey as a young man finding his footing in this crazy world.


jonnychang x Jada Imani – “WHEN WE LINK UP” with Jada Imani

jonnychang connects with Jada Imani for the aptly titled “WHEN WE LINK UP” and it’s the perfect closer for this week’s playlist. Over the sombre and soulful backdrop, the artists look at the good memories and implore us to push away negative vibes.

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