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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Tonik x China Mac – “Talk My Shit”

Emerging NY acts Tonik links up with China Mac for the booming collaboration titled “Talk My Shit.” Over a slamming west coast styled backdrop, the duo comes through with street-savvy bars and cocky attitudes.




Kaleel Carpè – “Poison”


Kaleel Carpè brings to the forefront the challenges black people face on his new single “Poison.” From systemic racism, decades of discrimination, and economic restraints, Carpè shares his thoughts in an unapologetic manner over the moody backdrop laced with an excerpt from Malcolm X and ended by a piece of a conversation with Kaleel and his incarcerated brother.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Spotify//Soundcloud





SWITCH1EIGHTY looks at self-growth and change on his song “Life Is.” Backed by a mellow, somewhat sparse backdrop, he dwells on the negative elements in his past life and how he as changed for the better.
Get it on Spotify



Olympia Papageorgiou – “Salud (Remix)”


Olympia revisits her original song “Salud ” into an R&B jam. She sure delivers something solid on this one over the lush alluring backdrop and sublime melodies to match.  Olympia is an international singer and recording artist based in Atlanta, GA, and is signed to Qurriculum Global in 2019.



OG Spliff x Flower In Bloom – “ST NICK”


OG Spliff and Flower In Bloom come through with the OLSC produced “ST NICK.” A brief summer-drenched cut that showcases the duo’s carefree flow and off-the-cuff lyrics.
“ST NICK” is one of two new singles hinting at a collaborative EP. Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud



ethemadassassin – “10”

Ethemadassassin‘s “10” gets the visual treatment and taps into the rapper’s experiences from the streets to the booth. He makes use of the hazy moody backdrop from Swedish beatsmith Twelvebit, to fully express his thoughts
“10” is the 3rd single and video off Ethemadassassin’s Sept 3rd release, Bear Handz 4: Dark Side Of The Mountain.
Get it on Spotify



Jhyve – “Checklist”


Singer/songwriter Jhyve‘s “Checklist” is a melodic reflective cut that sees the rising singer dwell and appreciates the little things in life. It is a solid reminder that those things we take for granted are actually what we just need to be happy. Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud


THEO – “Let This Go”


Emerging Oxford-based singer THEO makes her debut on our list with “Let This Go.” The track is a solemn head-nodding cut that threads the line between self-reflection and youthful nostalgia. THEO is currently working on her debut EP Everyone Starts Somewhere.



Duke Of P Street – “Can’t Hold On”

Nigerian singer/songwriter Duke Of P Street shares his thoughts on the current state of affairs with his rousing single “Can’t Hold On.” Over a vibrant backdrop, he delivers a passionate performance that dwells on fighting for justice and equality for all. Get it on Spotify




GoldKay – “Party”


GoldKay teams up with Ghanian production duo Ugly and Tough for this vibrant jam titled “Party.” A solid summer anthem that is ripe with lush textures and an undeniable groove to match.
Get it on Soundcloud




BLACKFAMLIFE shares a very cogent message on their new single “Stay Woke.” Over a dark cinematic backdrop, the squad implores us to be aware of our environment and keep our emotions in check lest we fall to the pitfalls.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Spotify




CJ Fly – “Bamboo Tree”


CJ Fly goes back to his Jamaican roots on “Bamboo Tree”, even though he has displayed it in previous releases, he takes it to the fullest on this tune. He delivers a solid performance that is laced with patois infused melodies and harmonies.  The track is truly showing that CJ Fly is versatile and can’t be boxed.




TERRY – “Winning” (Feat. Rageouz)


TERRY and Rageouz link up for the uplifting collaboration titled “Winning.” As the title suggests, the duo dwells on reaching one’s goals despite being written off and overlooked by everyone else. The production here is quite edgy and bouncy and the duo does deliver something we all can ponder and grow on.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//

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