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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Realname McCoy – “6-9” (feat. Abdou)


Realname McCoy’s”6-9″ is a smooth sultry track featuring singer Abdou. “6-9” is the 2nd single from his upcoming album THE RESET.
Get it on Apple Music//Soundcloud




Broughton – “Broken”


Broughton‘s “Broken” is a heartfelt, introspective track about depression and how he manages to fight his inner demons.




Sparkle – “Easy”


Veteran singer Sparkle breaks her hiatus with the release of her new single “Easy.” A soulful joint that explores real love and how it anchors her. The single is the first leak from her Obstacle Course EP coming in ’21.





Imani Wj Wright – “Home”

Imani Wj Wright showcases his melodic range on his new single “Home.” Bolstered by the lush, reflective backdrop, he delivers a slick performance laced with catchy melodic runs and wordplay.
Read the lyrics here.




Jeremiah Kingdom – “Switch it Up”


Jeremiah Kingdom turns up the heat with “Switch it Up,” an upbeat song that aims to uplift the listeners and banish all fears and negativity.




STL GLD – “Money Bags”


Boston group STL GLD keeps the energy alive with the hard-hitting “Money Bags.” Ain’t nothing as dope beats and solid slamming beats.




Neak – “4Eva Eva”


Neak‘s “4Eva Eva” sees him working with producer Rashid Hadee who crafts a smooth dreamy backdrop that fits the uplifting message. Neak takes time to appreciate the little things of life. “4Eva Eva” is featured on his newly released album, INNENSTADT.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Bandcamp



Jalen Frazier – “Fox Noose”


Jalen Frazier shares the cinematic visuals for his song “Fox Noose.” A dark ominous track that explores the life of a young black man trying to make his way out of the concrete jungle. It’s taken from his recently released project Expressions Of the neglected.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Spotify



Abby T – “High”


NYC based singer Abby T breaks her 3-year hiatus with the release of her new single “High.” A sultry alluring track (produced by Anwar Sawyer) that details the weird dynamics of unrequited love with a friend. The expressive visuals were Directed by Michael Tan.




Jhyve x ALETNA – “Distant Light”


Jhyve and ALETNA team up for “Distant Light.” Bolstered by smooth reflective textures and catchy melodic runs, the duo dive into the concept of letting go in the true sense.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud



Mr. Lif & Stu Bangas – “The New Normal”


Vangarde (Mr. Lif & Stu Bangas) explores what it means to be living in “The New Normal” in 2020 amidst a global pandemic and civil unrest in their new video. The visuals were directed by Burcu Ozturk and Thanasis Armagos, who provide a (mostly) black-and-white depiction of a day spent traversing NYC in what has been an incredibly challenging year.
Check out the visuals and stream the LP on Spotify.



R.O.E. – “Better With You” (feat. Jay Lynell and Jeff Gibbs)


R.O.E.‘s “Better With You” is a soulful collaboration with Jay Lynell and Jeff Gibbs. Backed by the smooth bouncy track by J. Slikk, the song includes Jay Lynell’s buttery-smooth hook vocals over another slice of expressive, jazz-influenced hip-hop from the Chicago native. The chorus interpolates Stardust’s classic house song.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud



Quiz – “How I Feel” (feat. Jag & Walter French)


Quiz teams up with fellow emcee Jag and singer Walter French on the insightful single “How I Feel.” Backed by smooth dreamy keys and thumping drums the emcees share how they truly feel about the rap game.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Spotify



Rasheed Chappell & Buckwild – “The Blue Hood”


With “The Blue Hood,” Rasheed Chappell & Buckwild deliver one of the most chilling, engaging hip-hop tracks of the year. Backed by his production partner’s stirring instrumental, Rasheed takes on the role of a racist white police officer and the results are absolutely flooring. The track fits perfectly into the scope of the duo’s Sinners & Saints LP, a fascinating exploration of humanity.




R-kay – “The Escape” (Feat GeeFree, Ayeisha Raquel and Lex Amor)


London based producer, musician, and composer R-kay’s new single “The Escape” sees him working with London rapper GeeFree, vocalist Ayeisha Raquel and Lex Amor. The track has a nostalgic and reflective mood with its dreamy jazzy backdrop and insightful lyrics that pepper it from start to finish.



Jidé – “Butterflies”


Jidé comes through with “Butterflies” a moody track bolstered with lush textures and silky melodic runs.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Spotify



60 East – “Snatch”


60 East returns with Producer Phil The Pain with a Music Video for their Movie motivated release “Snatch”. Inspired by the Guy Ritchie film, the duo switches up their soulful, jazzy sound for a modern, lofi approach with the backdrop. 60 also switched up his rapping style to a slower, more melodic pace.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Spotify




James Bailey – “Cinema”



Indie-Singer/Rapper, James Bailey‘s new single “Cinema” breaks the fourth wall, finds clarity, and comes to terms with his situationship. It’s quite groovy and alluring and very relatable as well with its smooth blend of Bossa Nova, lofi hip-hop, and R&B.
Get it on Deezer//Soundcloud

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