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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Loby – “Villain in My City”


Emerging singer Loby shares his emotions on the new single “Villain In My City.” Backed by a lush alluring texture, he delivers a punchy melodic run that explores his many relationships and how it forced him to move to other parts of the US.






Prime the producer – “Hollow Chimes” (Remix by Jay – Z).

Prime The Producer delivers a solid remix titled “Hollow Chimes” that makes use of an obscure Jay Z vocal stem. This is quite refreshing from the cinematic textures, snapping drums, and the way the vocals fit like a glove.

Get it on Bandcamp.


Paulie Rhyme x King Rem – “This Ones For You”

Cleveland bred duo Paulie Rhyme and King Rem come through with this lyrical bar fest of a track titled “This Ones For You.” They make use of a smooth piano-driven beat laced with nostalgic textures and slapping drums. The track will be featured on their upcoming project, Act 3 Scene 216.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer



Ev Thompson – “Hardaway”


Ev Thompson‘s “Hardaway” is the sophomore single from his recently released EP. The track is boomy and upbeat and sees the emcee paying homage to 90s NBA player Tim Hardaway and detailing the ups and downs of life.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer


Clay Dub – “Tell Me Why” (feat. Neezy).

Clay Dub teams up with Neezy for this heartfelt and insightful song “Tell Me Why.” The guitar-laden track dives into systemic racism and the tough urban life we all hope to rise above.
it is the first of four tracks from the collaboration EP titled:
we.NEGUS we DOT if you not produced by Sonder (@prodbySonder) set to release in early November.
Get it on Spotify


A.T.O. – “Type Of Shit”


A.T.O.’s “Type Of Shit” is an autobiographical account of the emerging rapper’s life. He takes the listener back to his childhood and journey so far over a solemn piano-driven backdrop.
Get it on Apple Music


Gabby Onme – “Ithinkiwannaridewithyou”


Gabby Onme‘s “Ithinkiwannaridewithyou” is a soulful jam that details past love and all the emotions that come with it. Over the solemn and lo-fi backdrop, Onme delivers an emotional performance that is both melodic and touching.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud



Carriee Music – “Black Girl Magic”

“Black Girl Magic” by Carriee Music is an insightful and uplifting track that captures the state of affairs in the US. armed with a laidback style, Carriee Music delivers an inspiring message for black folks trying to keep their heads above water in a system that is hellbent on putting them down. The visuals are spliced with clips from various police brutality cases caught on camera.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Spotify




Skypp & Teeklef – “Dreams”


“Dreams” is the debut single from the duo of emcee Skypp and singer Teeklef who have teamed up to work on a collaborative project NON ZERO SUM.
“Dreams” is an uplifting track that aims to implore the listeners not to give up and always go out to chase their dreams. Backed by a lush alluring backdrop, Skypp delivers a passionate performance as he breaks down his work ethic while Teeklef comes through with a solid chorus.
Get it on Apple Music//Spotify


Don Pablito – “60k in the Bank”

Straight out of Jamaican Queens, NY comes Don Pablito with a new single titled “60k in the Bank.” Armed with a vivid lyrical style and emotionally charged vocal, he draws the listener deep into his world where the wrong words that lead to deadly outcomes.
After years off, Don Pablito has decided to fully dedicate himself to music again with the release of BiggieJiggaDon.
Get it on Apple Music



DOMy Gee – “For A Minute”


DOMy Gee goes for a sultry R&B vibe on “For A Minute.” Bolstered by a lush groovy backdrop and his commanding vocal style, DOMy Gee delivers a solid performance that is catchy to the core.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud




DJB – “Still Dope”


DJB (of the group ILL EFFECT) shares his new single “Still Dope.” A solid jam that showcases his vivid lyricism over a smooth guitar-driven backdrop.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud


Ultra_Eko – “Ashes to Ashes”


Ultra_Eko takes time to reflect on many things on “Ashes to Ashes”
A heartfelt piano-driven cut that is both touching and somewhat revealing.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud



Taliwhoah – “Do What You Want”


UK singer Taliwhoah closes the playlist with her new single “Do What You Want.” Bolstered by R-Y and KChild‘s lush alluring backdrop, she delivers a sultry and catchy melodic performance.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud

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