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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Stilljune – “Bogus”

Stilljune has zero love for the “Bogus” individuals who hover around instead of being true to themselves. Over a smooth punchy backdrop, he dives deep into the topic and weeds out perpetrators and fake ones from the bunch. “Bogus” was produced by P Dub The Producer.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud



Louis Metric – “Wayside”


Louis Metric takes a profound look at the sacrifices required to make it in this music industry on his new song “Wayside.” The self-produced track is quite reflective and somewhat somber as Metric broods on the downs and hurdles he has to overcome to get to the apex.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud



Hill Harris – “Ooo La La (You I Saw)”


Hill Harris returns to our list with a new jam titled “Ooo La La (You I Saw)” a mid-tempo feel-good jam that sees him pouring adulations over a shorty he met. He makes us of a bouncy synth-driven funky backdrop and uses a whole lot of bravado and catchy lines.


Jarred AllStar – “Didn’t I”


Jarred AllStar takes time to address a handful of issues on the groovy “Didn’t I” where he makes use of a mellow backdrop to get his thoughts across. From the smooth flow, wordplay, and bravado, he flexes his pen game in an effortless manner


David Daudin – “Lover in Self”

David Daudin shows us what self-loves feel and looks like in his new video “Lover in Self.” Over a smooth soul sample, he comes through with a plethora of self uplifting bars laced with witty wordplay and clever references that display nothing but positivity. This is the intro to his upcoming EP Titled David. which is his first body of work.


ANN G – “Blast Off (100% human sounds)”

ANN G makes her entry on our list with the visuals for her song “Blast Off (100% human sounds)” The song is the ultimate I’m over you song that sees her owning the situation. The self-produced song is comprised only of vocally made sounds.
Get it on Soundcloud//Spotify


Nick Harrison – “Take My Time”


Nick Harrison is in bright spirits on his new single “Take My Time” a soulful cut that sees him pour adulation on his lady. He pours his emotions on wax and is unapologetic with his love for her.

Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Spotify


Domino – “Mr. DJ” (feat. Johnny Champagne)

Domino‘s “Mr. DJ” is an upbeat track that fuses storytelling mixed with humor and a punchy backdrop to match. It has a nice groove and the vivid style employed by Domino is without a doubt excellent. Check out more of him here.
Get it on Apple Music//Soundcloud


Last Van Gxgh – “Brimstone”


Emerging emcee Last Van Gxgh follows up his last release “Rocket Ship” with a brand new single titled “Brimstone.” The gruff-voiced emcee takes time to implore us all to rise up to the task, do away with the negativity and be aware of the things “the powers that be” might use to accomplish this mass brainwashing and mental enslavement. Backed by a cinematic and alluring texture, he delivers an unapologetic and vivid outlook on the inner workings of corporations that invade our privacy through tech.


King Lal – “Embrace”

Canadian emcee King Lal caught our ears with “Embrace.” The track is bolstered by a somber and dark soundscape that forms the basis for the rapper’s insightful lyrics about embracing the good and bad elements of life.


Free Union – “The Other Side”

Free Union is a Charlottesville, Virginia-based collective led by Michael Coleman (vocals/rhythm guitar) and Rob Dunnenberger (drums), and features Carrie Coleman (vocals), Parker Hawkins (bass), and Tyler Hutcherson (keys). The band delivers their new single “The Other Side” that fuses heartfelt lyrics oversoul/funky vibes. The track is quite engulfing and the lead vocals are as alluring as ever.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer



Darrin Willz – “Freedom”


Darrin Willz‘s new single “Freedom” is a heartfelt and impassioned song that details real-time issues affecting the young artist and his struggles with trying to live in this current state of affairs. Over an anthemic horn-driven backdrop, he takes time to reflect on the trials and tribulations he is going through and takes the listeners deep into the mix of things.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud//Spotify


Dex x Kazi – “Oil & Water ” (feat. DJ Grazzhoppa)


Oxnard’s Dex and Kazi come through with a new single “Oil & Water ” which sees them working with veteran DJ Grazzhoppa on the cuts. Bolstered by Kazi’s punchy and somber production, Dex showcases pure lyricism peppered with wit, stylish wordplay, and a no-nonsense flow.
Get “Oil & Water ” on your DSP here


FALANA – “Joy”

Canadian-Nigerian singer FALANA shows us what true joy is on her aptly titled song “Joy.” The track is a smooth blend of lush guitars, Afropop grooves, and R&B elements. The singer sure brings a refreshing touch with her silky vocals that grab the ears. The visual is quite engaging too with its bright cinematic aesthetics that focus on the positive things in life.


Marlon McClain x BD3 – “AIN’T NO STOPPIN NOW”


Producer/guitarist Marlon McClain teams up with rapper/songwriter BD3 for this smooth funky anthemic cut titled “AIN’T NO STOPPIN NOW.” Blending the worlds of funk and hip-hop, the duo delivers a dancefloor-filling cut that also delivers a timeless feel-good message.



Cadence Weapon – “SENNA” (feat. Jacques Greene)

“SENNA” is the lead single by multi-talented mc/producer Cadence Weapon which sees him teaming up with his longtime collaborator Jacques Greene. Inspired by legendary Brazillian F1 driver Ayrton Senna and bolstered by a grime-influenced cinematic backdrop, Cadence Weapon comes through with an energetic flow and inspiring lyrics that lean towards self-actualization.
Get it on Bandcamp//Soundcloud//Spotify


Quis Christ – “Guam”

Quis Christ treats us to his off-the-cuff style of rap on his new song entitled “Guam.” The track is somewhat ethereal and punchy as he delivers a fiery performance peppered with vivid lyrics and a swaggering demeanor
“Guam” is taken from his new project Sons, Vol 2.


Shelana Azora – “Crew”


East London-based R&B/Hip-hop artist, Shelana Azora returns with “Crew” that displays her infused style. Over a bouncy backdrop, she delivers a fiery and swaggering performance coupled with her melodic flow.



Michael K Success – “I Can’t Complain”


Michael K Success delivers some insightful gems on this anthemic release titled “I Can’t Complain.” The conceptual track details the perspectives of 3 black men trying to find their way around the oppressive system created by the establishment. Bolstered by a soulful and rousing backdrop, he delivers a critical assessment of the situation without sugarcoating anything.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud



Vitamin G & Guami – “Icy Yute”


Vitamin G and Guami team up for this chilled mellow jam “Icy Yute” that is ripe with soulful and nostalgic textures and vivid lyrics from both acts.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud//Spotify



L.O.W (Look Out World) x Tron Claude van Damm x Mo. Prodigy x Mr. Black – “Understand”


Tron Claude van Damm fka A-Train teams up with Mo. Prodigy and Mr. Black on this insightful jam titled “Understand.” The track is soulful and reflective and is ripe with dope verses from the emcees and a heartfelt melodic chorus.

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