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Shelly Perel – “Don’t Know”


Israeli singer Shelly Perel teams up with US emcee. Mattn Island on her new song “Don’t Know.” The track is a smooth fusion of indie soul and hip-hop sensibilities which displays Perel’s versatility and unique melodic drawl.
Perel sure delivers a solid performance over the ominous backdrop and shares her turbulent emotions without holding nothing back.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud




Axel Holy – “Let It Go”

Bristol-based rapper Axel Holy makes his entry on our list with the animated visuals of his song “Let It Go.” Backed by an ominous texture and thumping backdrop, Holy brings forth his unique flow and off-kilter lyricism to the listener’s notice.
This is the 3rd single from his debut album ‘WonderWorld’,
His album WonderWorld features vocals from Datkid, Wishmaster, Flying Monk, Jack Danz and Marie Lister.



Romell – “RUIN”


Emcee Romell shares the visual for his song “RUIN.” A mellow, reflective track that sees him taking the time to go through his past to the present and how it affects him in many areas.
The visual has a dark cinematic aesthetic and captures Romell batting the dark character in his head as he tries to balance his blossoming relationship with his significant other
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud



Stephanie Santiago – “We See”


British Colombian Singer/songwriter Stephanie Santiago displays nothing but pure soul on her new single “We See.” The track has a soft but engulfing vibe that only comes second to Santiago’s sublime vocals. The song is taken from her ”Theory of Emotion’ EP.



Dvda – “Out Sad”


Dvda ‘s new single “Out Sad” is all about knowing your worth and not falling for the same mind games all over again. Backed by a smooth mellow texture, Dvda pours his emotions on wax with a melodic flow and relatable lyrics. He lets the listener know that he has learned his lesson and is not taking chances anymore.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud



Kiara – “Ape Shyt”

Emerging Charlotte, North Carolina based rapper Kiara struts her lyrical prowess on “Ape Shyt.” Backed by a booming backdrop by IGOT20ONMYBEAT (DaBaby). Kiara sends a warning shot to the fellas who keep fronting. Get it on Spotify.




Rmllw2llz – “C.T.T.C. (Come to the Car)”


Rmllw2llz goes for a more sultry vibe on his new song “C.T.T.C. (Come to the Car).” The self-produced cut has a smooth mellow vibe that fits the adult-oriented topic that Rmllw2llz brings to the fore.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Youtube





Tieran – “Imagine”


Tieran is back with a new track titled “Imagine” that serves as the follow up to his romantic single “Hold Hands.” The new track has a melancholic vibe and tells the story of Tieran imagining what it could be like if him and his partner worked through their tough times as opposed to going their separate ways.
“Imagine” is the fifth single off of Tieran’s upcoming album “Where’s She At?”. The album’s release date has yet to be announced.





DIE-REK – “Praises of Men”


Toronto, Canada based rapper/producer DIE-REK teams up with video director Soul Cre8tive to help bring his self-produced song “Praises of Men” to the screen. The song which is his 3rd single taken from his project The Dying Ones, sees DIE-REK analyzing the pros and cons of living off the “Praises of Men.” Die-Rek’s unique perspective on props from peers will require repeated listens for effective digestion. It’s safe to assume that Die-Rek humbly accepts any renowned kudos, but he also knows that his legacy is greater than Earthly trinkets and his real treasures are stored in Heaven.
Get it on Spotify.





Lil Primo – “Your Highness” (feat. На-Хит)


West Coast rapper Lil Primo teams up with Russian artist На-Хит for this hard-hitting trap banger titled “Your Highness”. The duo come through with pure bravado and unfiltered braggadocio energy from start to finish.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud






B Wade x Fresco Bars – “Poseidon”


Miami based rapper/producer B Wade links up with Fresco Bars for a solid trap jam titled “Poseidon.” As the title suggest, the song is about riding the wave on a higher than everyone else. The beat here is solid with thick 808s, thumping drums and ominous synths to match.
Fresco Bars and B Wade are originally from Maryland and Connecticut, respectively, but now call Miami their home.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud






The Dutchess – “Function”

The Dutchess closes up the list with a smooth party. jam she calls “Function.” Backed by an upbeat backdrop, the Portland representer comes through with bravado and edgy lyrics that displays her unique flow, style and a catchy hook.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud

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