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Five SoundCloud Gems To Get Behind

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After going on a SoundCloud deep dive, we’ve found five tracks that’ll make your week better, even if it’s just a smidge. These are some out of the ordinary cuts by rappers on the verge of becoming industry iconoclasts when they reach the next level. They’re not afraid to push the envelope so that they may push the culture in return.

 

“Midnight” by Nick Teslah

Nick Teslah is based out of Newport News, VA, and he’s one of the hottest rising artists in the state without the tremendous buzz that comes with prodigy-level talent. “Midnight” is a moody indicator of his dreary aesthetic, incorporating the kind of slow-burning emo feels that many artists try to emulate, yet fail miserably in doing so. Teslah’s got a bright future ahead of him.

“What Am I To Do” by Mick Jenkins

Mick Jenkins has been a fixture of the conscious rap scene for years now. His penchant for quality, other-worldy music is next to none. His new release “What Am I To Do” switches it up, sounding much more grounded than many of his older works, largely due to KAYTRANADA’s production. It’s one of the more soulful tracks that you’ll hear this week.

 

“Save Her” by CashCurt

This CashCurt cut “Save Her” is just the kind of new age hit that’ll leave your ears smoldering. There’s nothing especially unique about it other than the fact that it sounds brilliant, furthering many of the concepts artists have brought to the table in a sonically consumable package.

 

“Pop Shit” by Draydon”

Draydon came onto our radar with “Gem” a few months ago. Now he has a somber new cut that looks to stir up a similar sentiment. “Pop Shit” is a creepy, emotional cut that brings more of his spectacular brand to the forefront. It’s some seriously smooth shit that’ll keep you replaying it.

 

“Poppin Shit” by ATL Smook

You never know what you’ll get from ATL Smook. That’s what makes his music so exciting; he could create a trap banger of the coldest quality, and, next, he’ll create an autotune smash that stands extremely close next to alt-rock. His newest, “Poppin Shit,” sounds like a bass-heavy mix, being one of the best tracks we’ve heard from him in quite some time.

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October Jonez Reveals “The Biggest Player 2”

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The player from the Himalayas October Jonez reveals a project that women can vibe with and fellas can get some fame from with “The Biggest Player 2.” Ohio based and very talent, Jonez procured a tape that even touches the Apple Music Itunes Pop 100 chart with single “Green Light.” 

Overall, the vibes are heavy and the artist presence is heavy, October Jonez os a extremely talented and versatile emcee who deserves more attention. 

Platforms such as From The Block and a few others have gave the budding star love but we think he deserves much more. Stream the project below via apple music and support his movement, he is one of one.

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Cam Gnarly – “Blessed With, Stressed With” (Video) and ‘Northend Gnarly’

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San Bernardino, California rapper Cam Gnarly presents the Dev Elijah-directed music video for “Blessed With, Stressed With”, the Asend-produced single from Northend Gnarly, his new album featuring Gold Ro$e, Rae and GeeBose as well as production from Du Noise, Nabeyin, OhGoshLeotus, AudioKing, Waju, Lil’ Power, Jae Harper, Beau and Skywalker Mike. Northend Gnarly – which Gnarly describes as “a postcard to the very soul of San Bernardino, CA” – also spawned visuals for previous single “I Don’t Play Bout U” (Youtube). As the face of the Posi Movement, Cam has performed at SXSW, BrokeLA DIYfest, PayDayLA, and THOPfest, and shared stages with Kendrick Lamar, Dom Kennedy, Curren$y, Casey Veggies, Overdoz, Pac Div & many more. He has a slew of releases under his belt, his most recent being 2021’s Love Really Is EP (stream on Spotify), inspired by the Precious Moments cartoon characters his grandmother used to give his grandfather. Cam says Northend Gnarly is dedicated “to the city & community I call home: The Northend, The Dino, The Inland Empire.” Northend Gnarly is out now on Rad Habits Holiday.

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Playboy Fresh Shines Hard On “Ignorant”

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Playboy Fresh unveils his latest single, “Ignorant.” This track is more than
just a music experience—it’s a testament to Fresh’s growth and resilience, a story shaped by overcoming
life’s toughest lessons as an adult.

“Ignorant” is a window into Fresh’s transformative journey, a tale marked by the necessity to learn life’s
hardest lessons. The lyrics mirror his evolution—a journey that demanded toughness, strength, and
resilience in the face of life’s challenges.

Fresh’s rise in the music industry wasn’t an overnight sensation. The grit and determination he exudes
unfolded gradually over time. “Ignorant” illustrates this transformative journey—a powerful testament to
Playboy Fresh’s evolution as an artist.

The lyrics, concise yet impactful, resonate with a profound narrative of growth and resilience. Lines like
“Thought I fell off, I came back strong” and “Next nigga think shit sweet, that shit will get ignorant” aren’t
just bold statements; they reflect the hurdles overcome and the newfound strength gained throughout the artist’s career.

“Ignorant” isn’t just a single; it’s an anthem of triumph, a celebration of resilience, and a nod to Playboy
Fresh’s journey of self-discovery. As he opens up about life’s lessons and subsequent growth, the track
promises to connect with audiences on a deeper level, inviting them to experience the highs and lows of
his authentic narrative.

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