Top instrumental submissions EP3 April, 2021

By Tayo Odutola Word Is Bond

We at TWIB are tasked with bringing you the best of the best on our weekly lists. Submissions come from around the globe and trust when we say only the cream of the crop will be selected. As usual, sit back relax and enjoy the latest sounds from the most talented producers, and don’t forget to show them some love by following them on all social media platforms

If you like this article check out our previous entries HERE

 

 

 

Fresh – “More”

 

Fresh -dive into the somber zone on “More” a laidback, moody track ripe with smooth piano riffs, pulsating drums, and ethereal vocals.
Get it on Soundcloud

 

 

KristianK – “Alright”

 

 

KristianK is a music producer originally from Osijek, Croatia, and on his new release titled “Alright”, He flips Elis Regina’s vocals to create a laidback and reflective piece. A blend of smooth jazzy pianos, neck-snapping drums, and alluring vocals to complete the mission. Get it on Bandcamp

 

 

Metic – “Finding Home”

 

Producer/guitarist Metic brings back the warmth on “Finding Home” a soulful piece ripe with snapping drums, heavenly guitar plucks, and soothing textures. “Finding Home” is the lead single from his upcoming Soul Feather EP.

 

 

 

Dirty D – “San Miami”

 

“San Miami” is a cinematic beat from producer Dirty D who makes his way to our site this week. The track threads a handful of genres with its dynamic and varied arrangements, the ethereal sounds, jazz horns, and deep basslines all add up to create one enthralling piece.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer

 

Sun Deep – “Elevator”

 

Sun Deep‘s “Elevator” is a laidback soothing piece that sounds like a mix of trip-hop, downtempo and lofi elements. The layered synths are ethereal and the drums are not too punchy but the grove is solid too. “Elevator” is taken from his newest instrumental EP.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer

 

 

Kaureer – “Roses”

 

Kaureer comes through our list with “Roses” an ethereal beat ripe with atmospheric synths and spacey vibes. It;’s quite cinematic too
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud

 

 

Keedy Weedy – “Dot”

 

NYC-based producer Keedy Weedy makes his entry on our list with “Dot,” a lofi somber beat ripe with warm basslines, dusty guitar tones, and an alluring vocal sample.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud

 

DBLHX – “GeekWorks”

 

DBLHX takes inspiration from the late great Dilla on his new effort “GeekWorks.” The dark moody beat takes 3 samples from “Donuts” and flips it into his own creation. The result is a scenic and urgent beat that feels like a scene from an action-packed thriller.
This beat is a layered beat of the three samples used in J Dilla “Donuts”.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer

 

Washyb. – “Iris.”

 

 

 

Washyb. brings forth the might of cinematic sounds on his new release titled “Iris.” The track is ripe with anthemic orchestral elements and thick 808 basslines and rousing trap drums to complete the mission.

 

 

Sweeps – “clarity”

 

Sweeps teams up with fellow instrumentalist NK on “clarity” a chilled soulful record ripe with lush keys, heavenly guitar plucks, and punchy drums. “clarity” is taken from the sweep’s new album Escapism.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud

 

 

DaMarcus VanBuren – “Made It Through”

 

DaMarcus VanBuren goes for a somber and reflective mood on his new release “Made It Through.” It’s straightforward, soulful, and heartwarming.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud

 

 

 

Sïckö – “YAMAS”

 

As Sïckö prepares for his forthcoming summer album he shares with us its new release “YAMAS.” The track is a nice synth-driven piece with an engaging groove and ethereal sounds. Solid as expected

 

AOI – “petals falling from the cherry tree”

 

Japanese producer AOI makes her entry on our list with this warm and sobering piece titled “petals falling from the cherry tree.” She blends crunchy drums, pulsating basslines, ethereal textures, and chilled guitar plucks all culminating into a rich lo-fi sound.
Get it on Soundcloud

 

 

Leffen – “Floatin’ Redux”

 

Producer Leffen showcases his live instrumentation prowess on this lively piece entitled “Floatin’ Redux.” From the rousing drum patterns and lush textures and guitar riffs, he brings that bedroom vibe with an unusual twist for us to rock with.
Get it on Youtube.

 

 

Mvdk – “somepiano”

 

“somepiano” by Mvdk has a somber and reflective vibe. It’s quite solemn and dusty too. This is that quintessential lo-fi goodness we need in these crazy times.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer

 

 

Raven Paradox – “Say Something”

 

Raven Paradox comes through the list with “Say Something” a nice fusion of boom-bap drums, jazzy pianos, and nostalgic horns to match. It’s very soothing and well-crafted too.
Get it on Apple Music

 

Verseau – “Trapish”

 

French producer Verseau taps into the worlds of bass music and chill-dubstep to bring froth his new release titled “Trapish” The textures are quite atmospheric and very relaxing and the drums are soft and sparse. Interetsing mix for sure.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud

 

 

The Elohim – “Sunrise”

 

The Elohim is a production duo made up of Bless 1 (Chicago, IL) and Castro (Lawrence, MA) and their latest offering is a dark cinematic piece titled “Sunrise.” It’s ripe with an ominous vibe and the drums are crunchy to the max, I sure can hear some Griselda artists spazzing out on this one. “Sunrise” is taken from their 7 song EP titled Sharp Metal Objects.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud//Bandcamp//Audiomack

 

 

 

Blue Front Hermit – “Figuring it out”

 

“Figuring it out” by Blue Front Hermit is a mixed bang and blends a handful of genres. It has a nice snappy drum arrangement, funky guitars, and airy textures to match. It’s pretty off-kilter in a good way. This song is from his latest album called LUX FORMA, which can be streamed here.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Bandcamp

 

 

LXXPZ – “Void”

 

UK producer LXXPZ shares this piece titled “Void” with us. The punchy beat is ripe with dreamy and ethereal textures. The sound design is really enthralling and it’s very cinematic as well. “Void” is taken from his instrumental EP ‘Volumed 2’
Get it on Apple Music

 

 

Eddie Moore – “We Chillin’”

Producer Eddie Moore (from We The People) comes through with the jazz-infused boom-bap beat titled “We Chillin’” The track is quite relaxing and nostalgic with its lush keys, heavenly horns, and smooth punchy drums.

 

 

ERAAN – “DROWN”

 

Emerging British musician/producer ERAAN closes out our list with his debut single “DROWN.” A moody and somber beat that is also engaging as well.

Super Famous Fun Time Guys – “Got Worms?” Ft. M.M.M.F.D.


After dropping the
Madd Maxxx-assisted “Strangers on the Track” a little over a couple weeks ago, the Super Famous Fun Time Guys are now joining forces with M.M.M.F.D. for “Got Worms?”.

The post Super Famous Fun Time Guys – “Got Worms?” Ft. M.M.M.F.D. first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.

Gao the Arsonist and Dr Skywalker awaken the power of “Brimstone”

By Tayo Odutola Word Is Bond

UK producer/rapper Gao the Arsonist teams up with producer Dr. Skywalker on this trip track titled “Brimstone” where alternative meets eclectic. Bolstered by a gloomy and dark soundscape, the duo venture into the dark crevices of the human mind to bring forth off-kilter thoughts. “Brimstone” sees Gao embodying his own god-like entity as he rises out of the flames of hell fire to dominate both hell and haven in his own twisted manner.

 

“Brimstone” is taken from the duo’s new collaborative EP The Hallowed. Get “Brimstone” on SoundCloud.

‘告’ (Gao) being Mandarin for ‘to tell’ highlights his artistic philosophy based on freedom of expression. The ‘Arsonist’ portion of Gao’s pseudonym represents ‘burning down’ all forms of expectations and limitations that may limit said freedom of expression.

Keep up with Gao the Arsonist | Twitter : Bandcamp: Spotify: Instagram

Aaron Donald Receives Apology From Man Who Accused Him Of Violence

Aaron Donald is one of the best defensive players in the entire NFL and when he is at the top of his game, he can be extremely scary if you are an opposing quarterback. Off the field, Donald is known as a nice guy who has always had a friendly demeanor about him. That’s why it was so shocking this past week when a man named DeVincent Spriggs accused him of punching him at a club in Pittsburgh. The man had a clear black eye that was shut due to the injury which led to some credence to what he was saying.

Eventually, TMZ received surveillance footage of the entire incident and it was immediately made clear that Donald was innocent. In fact, Spriggs attacked Donald and was then immediately attacked by an entourage. That’s when Donald swooped in and pulled people off of the man, before leaving the scene.

Aaron Donald

Abbie Parr/Getty Images

According to ESPN, Spriggs has seen the new evidence and is retracting his claims. Now, his lawyer Todd J. Hollis is offering an apology to Donald, saying that Spriggs assumed the punch came from Donald due to the close proximity. In the end, however, Spriggs realized that he had made a mistake and now he wants to make up for it.

This is great news for Donald who will now get to enjoy his offseason without and sort of legal issue.

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Top instrumental submissions EP3 April, 2021

By Tayo Odutola Word Is Bond

We at TWIB are tasked with bringing you the best of the best on our weekly lists. Submissions come from around the globe and trust when we say only the cream of the crop will be selected. As usual, sit back relax and enjoy the latest sounds from the most talented producers, and don’t forget to show them some love by following them on all social media platforms

If you like this article check out our previous entries HERE

 

 

 

Fresh – “More”

 

Fresh -dive into the somber zone on “More” a laidback, moody track ripe with smooth piano riffs, pulsating drums, and ethereal vocals.
Get it on Soundcloud

 

 

KristianK – “Alright”

 

 

KristianK is a music producer originally from Osijek, Croatia, and on his new release titled “Alright”, He flips Elis Regina’s vocals to create a laidback and reflective piece. A blend of smooth jazzy pianos, neck-snapping drums, and alluring vocals to complete the mission. Get it on Bandcamp

 

 

Metic – “Finding Home”

 

Producer/guitarist Metic brings back the warmth on “Finding Home” a soulful piece ripe with snapping drums, heavenly guitar plucks, and soothing textures. “Finding Home” is the lead single from his upcoming Soul Feather EP.

 

 

 

Dirty D – “San Miami”

 

“San Miami” is a cinematic beat from producer Dirty D who makes his way to our site this week. The track threads a handful of genres with its dynamic and varied arrangements, the ethereal sounds, jazz horns, and deep basslines all add up to create one enthralling piece.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer

 

Sun Deep – “Elevator”

 

Sun Deep‘s “Elevator” is a laidback soothing piece that sounds like a mix of trip-hop, downtempo and lofi elements. The layered synths are ethereal and the drums are not too punchy but the grove is solid too. “Elevator” is taken from his newest instrumental EP.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer

 

 

Kaureer – “Roses”

 

Kaureer comes through our list with “Roses” an ethereal beat ripe with atmospheric synths and spacey vibes. It;’s quite cinematic too
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud

 

 

Keedy Weedy – “Dot”

 

NYC-based producer Keedy Weedy makes his entry on our list with “Dot,” a lofi somber beat ripe with warm basslines, dusty guitar tones, and an alluring vocal sample.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud

 

DBLHX – “GeekWorks”

 

DBLHX takes inspiration from the late great Dilla on his new effort “GeekWorks.” The dark moody beat takes 3 samples from “Donuts” and flips it into his own creation. The result is a scenic and urgent beat that feels like a scene from an action-packed thriller.
This beat is a layered beat of the three samples used in J Dilla “Donuts”.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer

 

Washyb. – “Iris.”

 

Washyb. brings forth the might of cinematic sounds on his new release titled “Iris.” The track is ripe with anthemic orchestral elements and thick 808 basslines and rousing trap drums to complete the mission.

 

 

Sweeps – “clarity”

 

Sweeps teams up with fellow instrumentalist NK on “clarity” a chilled soulful record ripe with lush keys, heavenly guitar plucks, and punchy drums. “clarity” is taken from the sweep’s new album Escapism.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud

 

 

DaMarcus VanBuren – “Made It Through”

 

DaMarcus VanBuren goes for a somber and reflective mood on his new release “Made It Through.” It’s straightforward, soulful, and heartwarming.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud

 

 

 

Sïckö – “YAMAS”

 

As Sïckö prepares for his forthcoming summer album he shares with us its new release “YAMAS.” The track is a nice synth-driven piece with an engaging groove and ethereal sounds. Solid as expected

 

AOI – “petals falling from the cherry tree”

 

Japanese producer AOI makes her entry on our list with this warm and sobering piece titled “petals falling from the cherry tree.” She blends crunchy drums, pulsating basslines, ethereal textures, and chilled guitar plucks all culminating into a rich lo-fi sound.
Get it on Soundcloud

 

 

Leffen – “Floatin’ Redux”

 

Producer Leffen showcases his live instrumentation prowess on this lively piece entitled “Floatin’ Redux.” From the rousing drum patterns and lush textures and guitar riffs, he brings that bedroom vibe with an unusual twist for us to rock with.
Get it on Youtube.

 

 

Mvdk – “somepiano”

 

“somepiano” by Mvdk has a somber and reflective vibe. It’s quite solemn and dusty too. This is that quintessential lo-fi goodness we need in these crazy times.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer

 

 

Raven Paradox – “Say Something”

 

Raven Paradox comes through the list with “Say Something” a nice fusion of boom-bap drums, jazzy pianos, and nostalgic horns to match. It’s very soothing and well-crafted too.
Get it on Apple Music

 

Verseau – “Trapish”

 

French producer Verseau taps into the worlds of bass music and chill-dubstep to bring froth his new release titled “Trapish” The textures are quite atmospheric and very relaxing and the drums are soft and sparse. Interetsing mix for sure.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud

 

 

The Elohim – “Sunrise”

 

The Elohim is a production duo made up of Bless 1 (Chicago, IL) and Castro (Lawrence, MA) and their latest offering is a dark cinematic piece titled “Sunrise.” It’s ripe with an ominous vibe and the drums are crunchy to the max, I sure can hear some Griselda artists spazzing out on this one. “Sunrise” is taken from their 7 song EP titled Sharp Metal Objects.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud//Bandcamp//Audiomack

 

 

 

Blue Front Hermit – “Figuring it out”

 

“Figuring it out” by Blue Front Hermit is a mixed bang and blends a handful of genres. It has a nice snappy drum arrangement, funky guitars, and airy textures to match. It’s pretty off-kilter in a good way. This song is from his latest album called LUX FORMA, which can be streamed here.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Bandcamp

 

 

LXXPZ – “Void”

 

UK producer LXXPZ shares this piece titled “Void” with us. The punchy beat is ripe with dreamy and ethereal textures. The sound design is really enthralling and it’s very cinematic as well. “Void” is taken from his instrumental EP ‘Volumed 2’
Get it on Apple Music

 

 

Eddie Moore – “We Chillin’”

Producer Eddie Moore (from We The People) comes through with the jazz-infused boom-bap beat titled “We Chillin’” The track is quite relaxing and nostalgic with its lush keys, heavenly horns, and smooth punchy drums.

 

 

ERAAN – “DROWN”

 

Emerging British musician/producer ERAAN closes out our list with his debut single “DROWN.” A moody and somber beat that is also engaging as well.

Top instrumental submissions EP3 April, 2021

By Tayo Odutola Word Is Bond

We at TWIB are tasked with bringing you the best of the best on our weekly lists. Submissions come from around the globe and trust when we say only the cream of the crop will be selected. As usual, sit back relax and enjoy the latest sounds from the most talented producers, and don’t forget to show them some love by following them on all social media platforms

If you like this article check out our previous entries HERE

 

 

 

Fresh – “More”

 

Fresh -dive into the somber zone on “More” a laidback, moody track ripe with smooth piano riffs, pulsating drums, and ethereal vocals.
Get it on Soundcloud

 

 

KristianK – “Alright”

 

 

KristianK is a music producer originally from Osijek, Croatia, and on his new release titled “Alright”, He flips Elis Regina’s vocals to create a laidback and reflective piece. A blend of smooth jazzy pianos, neck-snapping drums, and alluring vocals to complete the mission. Get it on Bandcamp

 

 

Metic – “Finding Home”

 

Producer/guitarist Metic brings back the warmth on “Finding Home” a soulful piece ripe with snapping drums, heavenly guitar plucks, and soothing textures. “Finding Home” is the lead single from his upcoming Soul Feather EP.

 

 

 

Dirty D – “San Miami”

 

“San Miami” is a cinematic beat from producer Dirty D who makes his way to our site this week. The track threads a handful of genres with its dynamic and varied arrangements, the ethereal sounds, jazz horns, and deep basslines all add up to create one enthralling piece.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer

 

Sun Deep – “Elevator”

 

Sun Deep‘s “Elevator” is a laidback soothing piece that sounds like a mix of trip-hop, downtempo and lofi elements. The layered synths are ethereal and the drums are not too punchy but the grove is solid too. “Elevator” is taken from his newest instrumental EP.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer

 

 

Kaureer – “Roses”

 

Kaureer comes through our list with “Roses” an ethereal beat ripe with atmospheric synths and spacey vibes. It;’s quite cinematic too
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud

 

 

Keedy Weedy – “Dot”

 

NYC-based producer Keedy Weedy makes his entry on our list with “Dot,” a lofi somber beat ripe with warm basslines, dusty guitar tones, and an alluring vocal sample.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud

 

DBLHX – “GeekWorks”

 

DBLHX takes inspiration from the late great Dilla on his new effort “GeekWorks.” The dark moody beat takes 3 samples from “Donuts” and flips it into his own creation. The result is a scenic and urgent beat that feels like a scene from an action-packed thriller.
This beat is a layered beat of the three samples used in J Dilla “Donuts”.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer

 

Washyb. – “Iris.”

 

Washyb. brings forth the might of cinematic sounds on his new release titled “Iris.” The track is ripe with anthemic orchestral elements and thick 808 basslines and rousing trap drums to complete the mission.

 

 

Sweeps – “clarity”

 

Sweeps teams up with fellow instrumentalist NK on “clarity” a chilled soulful record ripe with lush keys, heavenly guitar plucks, and punchy drums. “clarity” is taken from the sweep’s new album Escapism.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud

 

 

DaMarcus VanBuren – “Made It Through”

 

DaMarcus VanBuren goes for a somber and reflective mood on his new release “Made It Through.” It’s straightforward, soulful, and heartwarming.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud

 

 

 

Sïckö – “YAMAS”

 

As Sïckö prepares for his forthcoming summer album he shares with us its new release “YAMAS.” The track is a nice synth-driven piece with an engaging groove and ethereal sounds. Solid as expected

 

AOI – “petals falling from the cherry tree”

 

Japanese producer AOI makes her entry on our list with this warm and sobering piece titled “petals falling from the cherry tree.” She blends crunchy drums, pulsating basslines, ethereal textures, and chilled guitar plucks all culminating into a rich lo-fi sound.
Get it on Soundcloud

 

 

Leffen – “Floatin’ Redux”

 

Producer Leffen showcases his live instrumentation prowess on this lively piece entitled “Floatin’ Redux.” From the rousing drum patterns and lush textures and guitar riffs, he brings that bedroom vibe with an unusual twist for us to rock with.
Get it on Youtube.

 

 

Mvdk – “somepiano”

 

“somepiano” by Mvdk has a somber and reflective vibe. It’s quite solemn and dusty too. This is that quintessential lo-fi goodness we need in these crazy times.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer

 

 

Raven Paradox – “Say Something”

 

Raven Paradox comes through the list with “Say Something” a nice fusion of boom-bap drums, jazzy pianos, and nostalgic horns to match. It’s very soothing and well-crafted too.
Get it on Apple Music

 

Verseau – “Trapish”

 

French producer Verseau taps into the worlds of bass music and chill-dubstep to bring froth his new release titled “Trapish” The textures are quite atmospheric and very relaxing and the drums are soft and sparse. Interetsing mix for sure.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud

 

 

The Elohim – “Sunrise”

 

The Elohim is a production duo made up of Bless 1 (Chicago, IL) and Castro (Lawrence, MA) and their latest offering is a dark cinematic piece titled “Sunrise.” It’s ripe with an ominous vibe and the drums are crunchy to the max, I sure can hear some Griselda artists spazzing out on this one. “Sunrise” is taken from their 7 song EP titled Sharp Metal Objects.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud//Bandcamp//Audiomack

 

 

 

Blue Front Hermit – “Figuring it out”

 

“Figuring it out” by Blue Front Hermit is a mixed bang and blends a handful of genres. It has a nice snappy drum arrangement, funky guitars, and airy textures to match. It’s pretty off-kilter in a good way. This song is from his latest album called LUX FORMA, which can be streamed here.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Bandcamp

 

 

LXXPZ – “Void”

 

UK producer LXXPZ shares this piece titled “Void” with us. The punchy beat is ripe with dreamy and ethereal textures. The sound design is really enthralling and it’s very cinematic as well. “Void” is taken from his instrumental EP ‘Volumed 2’
Get it on Apple Music

 

 

Eddie Moore – “We Chillin’”

Producer Eddie Moore (from We The People) comes through with the jazz-infused boom-bap beat titled “We Chillin’” The track is quite relaxing and nostalgic with its lush keys, heavenly horns, and smooth punchy drums.

 

 

ERAAN – “DROWN”

 

Emerging British musician/producer ERAAN closes out our list with his debut single “DROWN.” A moody and somber beat that is also engaging as well.

Top instrumental submissions EP3 April, 2021

By Tayo Odutola Word Is Bond

We at TWIB are tasked with bringing you the best of the best on our weekly lists. Submissions come from around the globe and trust when we say only the cream of the crop will be selected. As usual, sit back relax and enjoy the latest sounds from the most talented producers, and don’t forget to show them some love by following them on all social media platforms

If you like this article check out our previous entries HERE

 

 

 

Fresh – “More”

 

Fresh -dive into the somber zone on “More” a laidback, moody track ripe with smooth piano riffs, pulsating drums, and ethereal vocals.
Get it on Soundcloud

 

 

KristianK – “Alright”

 

 

KristianK is a music producer originally from Osijek, Croatia, and on his new release titled “Alright”, He flips Elis Regina’s vocals to create a laidback and reflective piece. A blend of smooth jazzy pianos, neck-snapping drums, and alluring vocals to complete the mission. Get it on Bandcamp

 

 

Metic – “Finding Home”

 

Producer/guitarist Metic brings back the warmth on “Finding Home” a soulful piece ripe with snapping drums, heavenly guitar plucks, and soothing textures. “Finding Home” is the lead single from his upcoming Soul Feather EP.

 

 

 

Dirty D – “San Miami”

 

“San Miami” is a cinematic beat from producer Dirty D who makes his way to our site this week. The track threads a handful of genres with its dynamic and varied arrangements, the ethereal sounds, jazz horns, and deep basslines all add up to create one enthralling piece.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer

 

Sun Deep – “Elevator”

 

Sun Deep‘s “Elevator” is a laidback soothing piece that sounds like a mix of trip-hop, downtempo and lofi elements. The layered synths are ethereal and the drums are not too punchy but the grove is solid too. “Elevator” is taken from his newest instrumental EP.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer

 

 

Kaureer – “Roses”

 

Kaureer comes through our list with “Roses” an ethereal beat ripe with atmospheric synths and spacey vibes. It;’s quite cinematic too
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud

 

 

Keedy Weedy – “Dot”

 

NYC-based producer Keedy Weedy makes his entry on our list with “Dot,” a lofi somber beat ripe with warm basslines, dusty guitar tones, and an alluring vocal sample.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud

 

DBLHX – “GeekWorks”

 

DBLHX takes inspiration from the late great Dilla on his new effort “GeekWorks.” The dark moody beat takes 3 samples from “Donuts” and flips it into his own creation. The result is a scenic and urgent beat that feels like a scene from an action-packed thriller.
This beat is a layered beat of the three samples used in J Dilla “Donuts”.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer

 

Washyb. – “Iris.”

 

Washyb. brings forth the might of cinematic sounds on his new release titled “Iris.” The track is ripe with anthemic orchestral elements and thick 808 basslines and rousing trap drums to complete the mission.

 

 

Sweeps – “clarity”

 

Sweeps teams up with fellow instrumentalist NK on “clarity” a chilled soulful record ripe with lush keys, heavenly guitar plucks, and punchy drums. “clarity” is taken from the sweep’s new album Escapism.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud

 

 

DaMarcus VanBuren – “Made It Through”

 

DaMarcus VanBuren goes for a somber and reflective mood on his new release “Made It Through.” It’s straightforward, soulful, and heartwarming.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud

 

 

 

Sïckö – “YAMAS”

 

As Sïckö prepares for his forthcoming summer album he shares with us its new release “YAMAS.” The track is a nice synth-driven piece with an engaging groove and ethereal sounds. Solid as expected

 

AOI – “petals falling from the cherry tree”

 

Japanese producer AOI makes her entry on our list with this warm and sobering piece titled “petals falling from the cherry tree.” She blends crunchy drums, pulsating basslines, ethereal textures, and chilled guitar plucks all culminating into a rich lo-fi sound.
Get it on Soundcloud

 

 

Leffen – “Floatin’ Redux”

 

Producer Leffen showcases his live instrumentation prowess on this lively piece entitled “Floatin’ Redux.” From the rousing drum patterns and lush textures and guitar riffs, he brings that bedroom vibe with an unusual twist for us to rock with.
Get it on Youtube.

 

 

Mvdk – “somepiano”

 

“somepiano” by Mvdk has a somber and reflective vibe. It’s quite solemn and dusty too. This is that quintessential lo-fi goodness we need in these crazy times.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer

 

 

Raven Paradox – “Say Something”

 

Raven Paradox comes through the list with “Say Something” a nice fusion of boom-bap drums, jazzy pianos, and nostalgic horns to match. It’s very soothing and well-crafted too.
Get it on Apple Music

 

Verseau – “Trapish”

 

French producer Verseau taps into the worlds of bass music and chill-dubstep to bring froth his new release titled “Trapish” The textures are quite atmospheric and very relaxing and the drums are soft and sparse. Interetsing mix for sure.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud

 

 

The Elohim – “Sunrise”

 

The Elohim is a production duo made up of Bless 1 (Chicago, IL) and Castro (Lawrence, MA) and their latest offering is a dark cinematic piece titled “Sunrise.” It’s ripe with an ominous vibe and the drums are crunchy to the max, I sure can hear some Griselda artists spazzing out on this one. “Sunrise” is taken from their 7 song EP titled Sharp Metal Objects.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud//Bandcamp//Audiomack

 

 

 

Blue Front Hermit – “Figuring it out”

 

“Figuring it out” by Blue Front Hermit is a mixed bang and blends a handful of genres. It has a nice snappy drum arrangement, funky guitars, and airy textures to match. It’s pretty off-kilter in a good way. This song is from his latest album called LUX FORMA, which can be streamed here.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Bandcamp

 

 

LXXPZ – “Void”

 

UK producer LXXPZ shares this piece titled “Void” with us. The punchy beat is ripe with dreamy and ethereal textures. The sound design is really enthralling and it’s very cinematic as well. “Void” is taken from his instrumental EP ‘Volumed 2’
Get it on Apple Music

 

 

Eddie Moore – “We Chillin’”

Producer Eddie Moore (from We The People) comes through with the jazz-infused boom-bap beat titled “We Chillin’” The track is quite relaxing and nostalgic with its lush keys, heavenly horns, and smooth punchy drums.

 

 

ERAAN – “DROWN”

 

Emerging British musician/producer ERAAN closes out our list with his debut single “DROWN.” A moody and somber beat that is also engaging as well.

Charlamagne Tha God Names Miguel The "Greatest R&B Singer Of The Past Decade"

Let the great R&B debate begin. There are always arguable declarations coming from music fans about who’s the best at what and what artist is the greatest ever. Hip Hop fans will die on their swords for their “Top 5” lists, and R&B lovers aren’t much different. There have been recent discussions regarding the influence of R&B in our current culture as people compare these times to those days when R&B reigned back in the 1990s and 2000s.

Charlamagne That God has prompted yet another debate after he gave his choice for the greatest R&B artist in the last decade. “I’m sure I’ve said this other places, as well,” Charlamagne began.

Miguel, Charlamagne Tha God, R&B, Greatest Singers
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“To me, the greatest R&B singer of the past decade is absolutely Miguel. No disrespect to nobody else,” he continued. “There’s a lot of other brothers and sisters doing they thing man, but I’m just talkin’ ’bout when it comes to like, that old OG traditional R&B that I love, you know. Jodeci type sh*t and you know, Dru Hill, Guy, “Piece of My Love.’ That soulful mmm! It’s always been Miguel for me.”

We’re sure this conversation was ignited after Miguel shared his Art Dealer Chic 4 EP last week. Miguel certainly is a celebrated singer deserving of top-tier titles, but we’ll let you tell us who you believe the greatest artist of the last 10 years is. Check out Charlamagne Tha God’s clip below.

Darkness I Am – “Psycho / Strange” (Album)

Out of Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN rising underground artist Darkness I Am releases his new 2-part album titled “Psycho / Strange”.  Started out as one half of a duo ended up parting ways after a short time, he considers his style vulgar, disturbing and grimey yet motivating.  We Definitely recommend this project for all real Hip Hop heads!





The post Darkness I Am – “Psycho / Strange” (Album) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.

Darkness I Am – “Psycho / Strange” (Album)

Out of Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN rising underground artist Darkness I Am releases his new 2-part album titled “Psycho / Strange”.  Started out as one half of a duo ended up parting ways after a short time, he considers his style vulgar, disturbing and grimey yet motivating.  We Definitely recommend this project for all real Hip Hop heads!





The post Darkness I Am – “Psycho / Strange” (Album) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.

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