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 10 Submissions. Now that is what we call dedication, so sit back relax and get familiar with these acts.
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Isaac B ft Darnel Parkinson – “Oceans & Chances”
To commemorate his 7th year in the UK, London to be precise, Florida transplant emcee Isaac B drops single, “Oceans & Chances” featuring the angelic vocals of actor and singer-songwriter Darnel Parkinson. Over a lush soulful backdrop, the emcee explores the issues facing an individual during that moment and the break-neck-speed decision-making process that goes with such an incident. Get it on all DSPs here
Sophiegrophy – “Shake”
Sophiegrophy returns with producer Jia Lih who laces her with the upbeat club banger titled “Shake.” The track is all about getting lit and living life.
“Shake” is taken from her new EP titled BOLD.
Dceased x iMAGiNARY OTHER – “Shake That Booty 3x” (feat. Abstract Ninjaa & Chuuwee)
Sacramento emcee Dceased and producer iMAGiNARY OTHER share their first single from their upcoming EP “DVDA 2”. “Shake That Booty 3x” includes guest features by fellow Sacramento artists Abstract Ninjaa and Chuuwee. the track has a vintage texture and groove while the emcees come through with that adult-oriented vibe.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud
Rooftop J -” We Going Up”
Belgian emcee Rooftop J is all about self-improvement on his new single ” We Going Up.” The beat has a smooth solemn vibe and sees the rapper reflecting on his work ethic and growth. Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud
Dutty Moonshine Big Band x Odjbox – “Tommy & Loretta”
Dutty Moonshine Big Band and Odjbox team up for this ambitious piece titled “Tommy & Loretta.” The record is a nice blend of Noir Jazz and hip-hop helmed by the smooth vocals of Odjbox over the cinematic jazz arrangements of the 14 man band. The song tells the tale of love between 2 individuals in the mob and it’s accompanied by a fully animated Art Deco music video.
Get it on all platforms here.
Helen Denham – “Take It All Back”
Singer/songwriter Helen Denham delivers soothing vibes on her new single “Take It All Back.” Backed by the lush warm vibes courtesy of producer Fat Matt of Cool Company, Denham gives a heartwarming performance ripe with lush earworm melodies.
Besides music, Denham is also a women’s rights activist and host of the ‘Lifted’ podcast.
Get it on Soundcloud.
The Real Architect – “The Real Art of Rap”
German emcee The Real Architect shares his thoughts on “The Real Art of Rap.” Backed by a cinematic boombap backdrop (by White Music Beat ), the rapper goes forth and delivers fiery raps with vivid lyrics and bravado.
Blak-Ram – “Janjaweed Deeds”
Blak-Ram‘s “Janjaweed Deeds” is about the horrific massacre that happened in Sudan on June 3rd, 2019 at the sit-in site at the Military HQ and the crimes of General Hemedti’s Militia the (Janjaweed) and the National Intelligence and Security Services of Sudan. He takes the listener down memory lane with graphic lyrics over a dark ominous texture.
Kleopetrol – “When This Sh*t is Done”
German soul group Kleopetrol delivers a nice soul lifting single/video titled “When This Sh*t is Done.” written and recorded during the global lockdown, the group takes time to deliver a message of love, unity, and Soul Power to the people. the song has a hopeful feel and implores the listener to take time to savor the moment once this craziness is over because there is no time like the present.
The group is lead by Vocalist Tiana Kruškić and her three siblings on drums, bass and guitar. They are currently working on their EP
ALVMNII – “We Ain’t Free”
ALVMNII tackles the delicate issue of human rights and privacy on their new song/video “We Ain’t Free.” Backed by a upbeat backdrop courtesy of DJ Hoppa, the Las Vegas rap duo decided to speak up, and used the #HoppaAndFriends2RapContest platform to share their truth.
Follow them on all social media @ALVMNII and @RebelUndergroundNetwork
J. Crum – “Waste My Time” (feat.Lael Turner)
J. Crum teams up with Baltimore emcee Lael Turner on the heartwarming cut titled “Waste My Time.” Over a smooth soulful backdrop, both emcees exchange bars over a beat reminiscent of the golden era of hip-hop.
UnLearn The World – “Trismegistus”
“Trismegistus” is the first installment in UnLearn‘s Find The Light Fridays series, ramping up to the release of his self-produced album “Light Years” with unreleased tracks and songs from the album.
The self-produced cut has a cinematic feel with its lush soulful sample and UnLearn’s vivid lyrics.