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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NOLAN (a/k/a Nolan The Ninja) opens up the list with the eye-catching visuals for his single “GO’HEAD”
NOLAN co-produced “GO’HEAD” with frequent collaborator VIBSNDS, and the duo craft a mid-tempo jam we can all rock to laced with smooth flows and Quotables that puts a grin on the faces of listeners.
The video was directed by Sidd Finch, shot by Cylent Media, and edited by Ninedy2, all of whom helped bring “GO’HEAD” to life visually.

“GO’HEAD,” is taken from his much-anticipated new album, TALK SOON.


DemarcoTheMan – “Black Victory”


DemarcoTheMan and producer LethalNeedle drop “Black Victory.” A triumphant track made up of horns and head-nodding boom-bap drums that fit DemarcoTheMan’s off-kilter flow and vivid lyrics



J.R.Clark – “The 757 “(Official Video)

J.R.Clark takes us deep into the streets of the tidewater region in Virginia “The 757 .” The solemn song is a showing of his lyricism and detailed imagery that puts the listener deep into the action.
“The 757” is the first track on his sixth studio album When Muzik Was Good, which is set to drop on Jan 15, 2021.
Get it on Apple Music//



5AM JUNE & Dougie Allen – “Mac”


5AM JUNE debuts on our list with a summer-inspired single titled “Mac”. Backed by a smooth classic sample beat, 5AM JUNE takes us to his stomping grounds with smooth vivid lyrics.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Spotify



DBangz – “Been a Long Time”


LA-based MC, DBangz drops the official video for his single “Been a Long Time.” The track sees him in an introspective mode as he breaks down his journey so far as an artist trying to find his way through the craziness.
Get it on Apple Music//Spotify// Deezer//Soundcloud


April Maey – “Nothings Over”


Nigerian alternative singer April Maey returns with another offering titled “Nothings Over.” The track has a soulful and lo-fi mood that fits Maey’s sublime vocals and honest lyrics. She recently released her debut EP “Ticket To Anywhere.” Get it on Deezer.



J Cru – “Roses”


J Cru pours their deepest emotions on “Roses.” A laidback soulful jam that serves as the perfect anthem for lovers whose love language is words of affirmation. This is the third single in J Cru’s Prime Time compilation, with the duo dropping a new track every week until October 22nd.



Sixth Element – “Angels” (feat. Papa J Ruiz).


Colorado native Sixth Element teams up with Papa J Ruiz for a thoughtful single titled “Angels.” Backed by a solemn, reflective backdrop, Sixth Element muses over how life could be without support systems and gives thanks to those “angels” that hover around him and render the much-needed support. The track is taken from his new LP God Complex.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer



July 7 – “Waistline”


Manchester-based artist July 7 changes the mood here with his sultry dancehall infused jam titled “Waistline.” He makes use of the moody sublime backdrop and delivers a smooth patois driven performance that captures his Jamaican musical roots and unique style.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud


8MILESLIK & Tim Black ft MC Shan – “Real Hip Hop”


Detroit artists Tim Black and 8mileslik team up with hip-hop royalty MC Shan for a tribute cut titled “Real Hip Hop.” The trio makes use of the gritty boom-bap backdrop for their vivid lyrics that showcase their love for the culture.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud



Cristale – “Whites”


Rising UK Drill act CRISTALE drops her first official single “Whites.” After a series of solid freestyle. The South London MC comes through with fiery bars and a street-savvy demeanor over the cinematic hard-hitting drill backdrop. Produced by drill legends Ghostly and Chris Rich, it also comes equipped with an official music video via Mixtape Madness.
Get it on Apple Music//Spotify



Trekar x Moody Majnoun – “Hot Boyz”


Canada based Jamaican Dancehall Singjay Trekar teamed up with Ottawa’s Hip Hop artist Moody Majnoun for an upbeat cut titled “Hot Boyz.” The duo fuse elements of dancehall and hip hop and deliver a solid cut that dwells on the daily life a Canadian hustler providing for his family and protecting his turf.




MR.CLASIK – “Juice”


MR.CLASIK goes for a warm groovy vibe on his new single “Juice.” The track serves as the perfect anthem for the end of the week after clocking off work. It has a nice melodic vibe and blends rap, soul, and a little bit of EDM.

Get it on Soundcloud.




Datta Boy – “Pull Up” (Prod By Kenneth English).


Datta Boy makes his mark with this new single “Pull Up”. Backed by a vibrant beat by Kenneth English, Datta Boy lets us know he is about the shits and all that talking is for the marines.
Get it on Deezer//Spotify


Sergio Grossi – “Mango Juice (That’s the Type of Ish)”


Buffalo, NY born producer/rapper Sergio Grossi makes his debut on our list with “Mango Juice (That’s the Type of Ish).” A feel-good cut that is ripe with smooth soulful textures and positive vibes that we all could rock to


Mostly George – “DUVAD”


Hungarian rapper Mostly George delivers a hard-hitting jam titled “DUVAD” that showcases his unique flow and passionate demeanor. Get it on Spotify


ALVMNII – “Know the Difference”


ALVMNII harks back to the 90s era on his new single “Know the Difference.” He delivers a solid performance with vivid lyrics peppered with reflective and insightful elements
Get it on Soundcloud


M E – “New Black”


M E‘s “New Black” is an unapologetic single that showcases his roots and lyrical style. Backed by a vibrant trap backdrop, he delivers a solid performance and goes for the jugular.
Get it on Spotify.


Omega Empire – “The Chaos Calms me”

Omega Empire delivers a cinematic piece titled “The Chaos Calms me”. The flow is solid as usual and the lyrics are vivid too. Well crafted from start to finish.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Spotify

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