Hailing from New Jersey, Kaleb Mitchell is one of the more exciting artists you’ve come across recently, showcasing that he’s multitalented in more ways than one. His raps hit hard, his autotune slaps harder, his singing is captivating. His new project NINESEVENTHREE captures all three sides to make one of the most exciting projects of the year.
Listen to NINESEVENTHREE below.
@ShamefulNatalie drops the excellent, daring ‘Succubus’ EP
Natalie is back with another doozy of an EP, Succubus. This three-track melting pot of pop and rap aesthetics captures the singer’s mystifying essence in its most pure form. She’s exorcized the shakiness from her voice and doubled down on its grittiest textures. What we get is one of the most captivating listens of the year so far.
Listen to Succubus below.
.@MeechTheGoat drops a suped-up tape, Balance: Deluxe Edition
TXYLOR is back on the pages of 4ShoMag with a re-release of his 2018 project Balance. Christened Balance: Deluxe Edition, this version of the project features three more songs that showcase TXYLOR’s premiere ability to breathe life into classic rap aesthetics.
Check out Balance: Deluxe Edition below.
Robb Bank$ ‘Cloverfield 3’ Is Essential Listening
Robb Bank$ new project Cloverfield 3 is finally out. After a year long wait, the EP is now available for the public to consume. At only eight tracks, and a lean 23 minutes, Cloverfield 3 is a concise outing for Bank$ to explore his artistry in ways that he has yet to. Featuring appearances from Oogie, Mane WOD and Nuri, and Cris Dinero, Bank$ largely keeps the work to himself as a means of showcasing what he has to make it to the next level. The album’s the second of the year from him, with Molly World having been released earlier this year to little noise.
On the project, Bank$ continues to showcase his excellent means of creating wildly different music. No two songs sound the same; there’s the autotuned harmonizing of “Minute,” then there’s the bombastic, eclectic bliss of follow-up “Project 8,” and things get even weirder from there. Bank$ makes a case for himself as one of the game’s hidden talents that seldom gets the respect that he deserves.
If you want to hear one of the year’s most interesting projects, check out Cloverfield 3.