Finding Hip Hop tracks which are as fire instrumentally as they are lyrically is no easy feat. We’ve done the hard work for you by founding the fresh new drop from breaking Rap artist Night Walker.
No Breaks is just the second single to be released from the artist but there’s already an insane amount of hype behind their supercharged hard-hitting approach to EDM Hip Hop which comes as no surprise with the galvanising effect of the bass-driven mix.
With the flawless production allowing perfect synergy between Night Walker’s succinctly metered bars and the beats combined with the amount of energy thrown into the track, you can consider No Breaks an EDM Hip Hop playlist essential.
No Breaks is available to stream via all major platforms through this link.
Anyone curating playlists of the hottest Summer Hip Hop singles will want to make Colorado-based artist The FAMM’s 2018 single I Got a Feeling featuring Deangelo Nedio a staple.
You won’t find a more infectiously high-vibe single if you turned on the radio today. With Jazz and Funk weaved into the fresh and danceable mix, it offers the same euphoria-oozing feel as tracks by the likes of Daft Punk and the Weekend. Reminiscences aside, The FAMM (forever about making music) discernibly don’t create their tracks by means of assimilation. I Got a Feeling is as authentic as feel-good music gets. There’s a soulful sincerity within their galvanizing production which practically begs for repeat attention.
You can check out I Got a Feeling for yourselves by heading over to Apple Music.
Breaking Hip Hop artist Quali-T dropped the official music video to his single Déjà Vu in April 2020, if you missed out on the release, it’s our pleasure to introduce you to the smooth exotically-crafted mix.
There may have been plenty of fresh new Summer Hip Hop drops this year, but Quali-T made sure that his stood out from the rest by looking outside of monocultural Hip Hop for rhythmic inspiration. With jazzy and Eastern vibes weaving between the Trap beats, Déjà Vu is practically hypnotic instrumentally. When it comes to the Rap bars, Quali-T stamps them down with captivating authority.
Déjà Vu may be short and sweet, but by the time it fades out, you’ll have enjoyed 2:27 minutes of pure groove, attitude and urban aural escapism.
You can check out the official video to Quali-T’s single Déjà vu for yourselves by heading over to YouTube.
Breaking Hip Hop artist YoungWorldIBI has dropped their high-octane new hit 12.5 and achieved their mission of sharing pioneeringly ingenious feats of Hip Hop with the airwaves.
Hit play and prepare to be blown away by the galvanizing EDM beats and the US artist’s practically unparalleled ability to wax lyrical. Expect plenty more than just sporadic mic-drop-moments. From start to finish, 12.5 is a wit-soaked offering of wordplay which introduces you to YoungWorldIBI’s world through insightfully scathing social commentary and candid introspection.
In short, 12.5 is a flawless release. It stands a testament to the artist’s ahead of the curve Hip Hop style which drips with commercial potential. Get him on your radar.
You can check out YoungWorldIBI’s entrancing feat of Hip Hop 12.5 for yourselves by heading over to Spotify.
We were lucky enough to get a sneak peek of breaking Hip Hop artist Topnotch’s electrifying upcoming release “Who We Are”. As far as we’re concerned, he’s set the bar for Summer 2020 Hip Hop releases with the phenomenal drop.
So, if you’ve ingested enough lacklustre Rap to last a lifetime, prepare for the adrenalizing grooves in this high-vibe mix. The lyrics may address grounding issues, but the 90s Hip Hop Pop beats take Who We Are beyond the realms of Party Hip Hop and allowed Topnotch to cook up an unforgettable anthemic earworm. If any new release deserves to go viral this year, it’s Who We Are.
Who We Are is due to drop in August, you’ll be able to catch it on all streaming platforms including SoundCloud, in the meantime, you can check out Topnotch’s equally as energetic hits.
If your Summer Hip Hop playlists need a little work, breaking artist DivineDonJulio’s standout release “Dance with You” is more than happy to do the high-vibe heavy lifting.
The smooth tropic beats create a rhythmically captivating platform for DivineDonJulio’s salaciously tantalising RnB Hip Hop vocals while the lyrics will well and truly put you in the mood for some sun-soaked hedonism.
From start to finish, Dance with you is an entrancingly euphoric hit which stands as a testament to the artist’s dynamic vocal prowess and their ability to cook up a danceable urban earworm. For your sanity’s sake, get him on your radar.
You can check out DivineDonJulio’s sweet summer jam for yourselves by heading over to YouTube now.
Breaking Hip Hop artist Paco Ca$h is due to drop his latest lyrically slick, high-vibe EDM Rap hit “Show Out”. With the arrestive beats, flawless production and the ingenuity which can be found in the verses, you can consider Paco Ca$h a triple threat.
In collaboration with SEVENTYSEVEN ENTERTAINMENT, Paco Ca$h cooked up an entrancingly danceable urban storm which won’t fail to leave you adrenalized. Even if you don’t have the pleasure of hearing the euphoria-dripping mix on a dancefloor, Show Out will still make for a fiery addition to your playlists.
With elements of Old School Hip Hop weaved into a modern polished mix with nuances of House, Hip Hop doesn’t come fresher than this. And who couldn’t appreciate lyrics which take wordplay to the next level with lines like “Like’s a bitch but she lets me fuck for free”?
You’ll be able to check out Show Out when It drops. in the meantime, you can check out Paco Ca$h’s debut track HOLD U DOWN via SoundCloud.
While we definitely didn’t expect a track written about Quarantine to be such an energising good vibe hit, we definitely appreciated the electrifying energy which Starr Blazerz’s latest Alt Pop single “Quarantine” offered.
The ingenuity isn’t just limited to the beats which will stick to your synapses like superglue. The lyrics are insanely connectable. There’s resonant wordplay such as “1, 2, 3, 4 anxiety knocking at your door” weaved into the Alt EDM Trap hit along with other poignant observations about our absurdly isolated times.
To ensure Quarantine was as high fire as possible, Starr Blazerz teamed up with Johnny Polygon who added even more fire the dynamic adrenalizing hit.
You can check out Quarantine for yourselves by heading over to Spotify where you’ll also find Starr Blazerz’s previous releases.
Underground Hip Hop artist Travis Tropeano dropped their latest blazing freestyle Rap track 32oz Pt 1 on June 5th. With crisp and clean Trap beats alongside Travis Tropeano’s succinctly metered Rap verses, getting immersed and energised by 32oz Pt 2 is pretty much non-optional.
If there’s any genre which has thrived despite the lockdown, it’s Hip Hop, and Travis Tropeano is just one of the boundlessly creative urban artists compelled to keep us all entertained with their non-relenting talent. Prepare for plenty of sharp hooks when you hit play and a melody which will stick with you long after the short, sweet and snappy hit has faded to a close.
You can check out 32oz Pt 1 for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud. Make sure you give Travis Tropeano a follow, as 32oz Pt 2 is in the pipeline and due to drop.
I’m no great fan of ‘lit’ as an adjective to describe Hip Hop, but there’s no better way to describe E-Los’ adrenalizing energetic Rap track Bad Habits featuring the virally-renowned artist Jay Critch.
While searching for vocally distinctive Rap tracks is usually like to search for a needle in a haystack, E-Los’ bouncy, dynamic Rap bars rise so far above the rest that they’re on a new plateau of ingenuity.
It isn’t all too often that we get to hear Rap bars which the beats bring in a Party Hip Hop mix. Naturally, we’re all too excited to hear what comes next from E-Los. With their lyrical wit, infectious high vibe and determination to put their bars to only the freshest radio-ready beats, they’re definitely one to watch.
You can check out the official music video to E-Los’ latest track Bad Habits which dropped on April 24th by heading over to YouTube.