VIBE WORLD ORDER – TERIYAKI

New Jersey-based rap collective VIBE WORLD ORDER serves up ‘TERIYAKI’, another fiery track which is produced by member Comfortabledude. Following previous cuts ‘CASH TALK’ which we featured here on COLORS and ‘FOSHO’, ‘TERIYAKI’ encompasses a powerful 808 beat that packs quite the punch and serves as the perfect foundation for the group’s emcees to lay down their blisteringly sharp verses. Check out the stellar single and it’s accompanying music video here.

AG Club – Columbia

Rising East Bay collective AG Club (Avant-Garde Club) continue to impress with their explosive new single ‘Columbia’ which arrives with a 777Media-directed video. Serving as the follow up to previous cuts ‘Holy Shit’ and ‘Memphis Pt. 2’ (featuring NLE Choppa and A$AP Ferg), not to mention their debut project ‘Halfway Off The Porch’ which dropped earlier this year, ‘Columbia’ boasts a bass-heavy beat providing the perfect backdrop for vocalists Jody Fontaine and Baby Boy to do their thing. Check out the single and it’s trippy visual here and be sure to keep an eye out for AG Club’s forthcoming project titled ‘FYE (Fuck Your Expectations)’.

Charmaine – BOLD

October 18

Consider yourself introduced to Zimbabwe-born, Canada-based artist Charmaine who bursts onto the scene with a powerful debut single in the form of ‘BOLD’. Accompanied by a striking music video that’s just as vibrant and energetic, ‘BOLD’ highlights Charmaine’s infectious charisma as a vocalist and writer and is described by the artist as a track that inspires you to be “fearless” and “unapologetically you”. Dive into the empowering atmospherics of ‘BOLD’ here and be sure to keep an eye out for more from the promising Toronto-based artist.

Hanumankind x Kalmi – No Hook

October 5

Indian artists Hanumankind and Kalmi team up for ‘No Hook’, a hard-hitting cut taken from their newly released mini-mixtape ‘Surface Level’. Accompanied by an equally atmospheric and trippy music video shot and edited by Lendrick Kumar, the 90 second track features a crisp hip-hop beat penned by Kalmi as Hanumankind works his lyrical wizardry with a feisty flow. Check out the track here and be sure to give ‘Surface Level’ a spin too.

Morad – Nos Perdone

October 4

Rising Spanish rapper of Moroccan descent Morad cements himself as one to watch with the release of blistering and hard-hitting new single ‘Nos Perdone’. Serving as the follow up to previous singles ‘Normal’ and ‘Papara’ which dropped earlier this year, ‘Nos Perdone’ captures the rapper work his magic with an infectious flow and fiery delivery over a superb, bass-heavy beat penned by Voluptyk & SHB. Check out the single and it’s brilliant accompanying visual here.

AV Dummy – Natural Born Killers

Consider yourself introduced to British duo AV Dummy (comprising vocalist/rapper BUCHANAN and producer/composer Christy Carey) who share their superb new single ‘Natural Born Killers’. Having stepped into the spotlight with their dynamic debut ‘Brave New World’ last month, the pair continue to impress on this new one with their enthralling soundscapes and sharp, visceral songwriting. Check out the striking cut here and be sure to keep an eye out for this rising group.

Jordan Dennis – Hokus Pokus

September 22

Australian rapper Jordan Dennis serves up a stellar new single in the form of ‘Hokus Pokus’ which is lifted from his upcoming ‘HDMI2’ EP. Arriving with a spectacular and cinematic music video directed by Jonathan Karalis of 76m Films in which Dennis depicts a magician, the track boasts a booming beat penned by JUJO whilst Dennis works his magic with his lyrical wit and breezy flow. Dive into the single and video here and be sure to keep an eye out for ‘HDMI2’ which is out later this year.

SABA – Mrs. Whoever / Something in the Water (ft. Denzel Curry)

Chicago native SABA returns with two new singles in the form of ‘Mrs. Forever’ and ‘Something in the Water’ featuring Denzel Curry. Since his striking COLORS performance from almost three years ago, the rapper has gone onto release his exceptional album ‘CARE FOR HOME’ in 2018 and ‘You Can’t Sit With Us’ this past April along with his Pivot Gang collective. On ‘Mrs. Whoever’ and ‘Something in the Water’, SABA showcases his refreshing and eclectic songwriting which coupled with his delivery and infectious flow, shows why he’s still one of the best around.

Finn Foxell – Herd (ft. Sophie DeMasi)

Rising artist Finn Foxell continues to show why he’s one of the most exciting emcees to come out of the UK capital with the release of new single ‘Herd’. Lifted from his latest project titled ‘Talk Is Cheap’, the track follows previous cuts like ‘Lights Down’, ‘Pressure’ and ‘Make It Count’ and showcases Foxell’s sharp delivery over a spellbinding soundscape. Check out the brilliant single which features the stunning vocals of Sophie DeMasi here and be sure to give ‘Talk Is Cheap’ a spin too.

Aions – Sun’s 4 (ft. Dutchguts, Gi Major & Lord Of Ciphers)

Consider yourself introduced to NYC based artist Aions who shares his fiery new single ‘Sun’s 4’ which is out via Sedimentary Sound. On the single, producer Aions lays the groundwork for MCs Dutchguts, Gi Major and Lord of Ciphers to work their magic and showcase their unique and powerful verses which seamlessly flow into one another. Check out ‘Sun’s 4’ here, it’s a an absolute gem!

Josif – I Am A

London based rapper and producer Josif returns with another blistering single in the form of ‘I Am A’, a lamentation of the institutional racism in the UK. Accompanied by a music video produced by Ashley Holmes piecing together archival footage which depicts Black Britain, ‘I Am A’ is a powerful snapshot showcasing Josif’s honest and cut-throat songwriting and delivery over an equally hard-hitting beat. Check out the single and video (which was researched by Abitivera) here.

Pitch 92 – Suttin’ In The Trunk (ft. Lord Apex)

Dublin born, London-based producer Pitch 92 shares collaborative double-sided single ‘Suttin’ In The Truck’ featuring Lord Apex. As part of a double release (the flip side flip-side of which sees Kiko Bun and Jehst jump on along with Lord Apex for a funk-filled number called ‘Good With Me’), ‘Suttin’ In The Trunk’ sees Lord Apex work his magic over a hard-hitting beat which showcases Pitch 92’s unique and powerful instrumentation. Check out the single here and keep an eye out for ‘Good With Me’ which drops September 24th.

NAYANA IZ – SMOKE & FLY

Having already impressed with the explosive ‘TNT’ earlier this year, London based rapper NAYANA IZ (pronounced “eye-zee”) unveils her incredible EP ‘Smoke & Fly’. A part of Lava La Rue’s Nine8 collective, NAYANA IZ’s sound is refreshing and exciting and that’s exactly the case with the eight-track project. Opening with the soothing inflections of ‘DEAR MAMA’, ‘Smoke & Fly’ wonderfully showcases her immense versatility as a vocalist, rapper and songwriter; effortlessly alternating from gentle, delicate tones to the fiercest flow you’ll hear all year.

seeyousoon – VIDÉ

Having introduced themselves with their fiery debut single ‘Steamy’ at the start of the year, Florida based outfit seeyousoon unveil their magnificent debut album ‘VIDÉ’. Made up of singers, rappers, and producers — Ignacio, Kenny, Denny, Maddie, Josh, Dre, Drex, Luke, and Mitch – seeyousoon’s music is a refreshing and eclectic blend of sounds that showcases the group’s versatility. On ‘VIDÉ’, seeyousoon continue to impress with their ice cold verses and energetic vocals over equally vibrant soundscapes; cementing themselves as one of the most exciting collectives around.

NO TOURISTS – DUMBO

Toronto based collective NO TOURISTS share their explosive new single ‘DUMBO’. Made up of five independent artists and two producers based in Toronto, including French-Congolese rapper Keynes Woods, and Garçons frontman Deelo Avery, NO TOURISTS showcase their blazing sound with a fusion of hip-hop, rap, R&B and soul with inspirations from the UK’s drill and grime scene. Check out the hard-hitting single and it’s equally fiery music video directed by Kevin Kudukis here.

Sampa The Great – Time’s Up (ft. Krown)

Botswana-raised, Melbourne-based rapper Sampa The Great reveals a striking music video for ‘Time’s Up’, taken from last year’s ‘The Return’ album. Just as fiery and explosive as the track itself, the vibrant visual which is directed by Sanjay De Silva serves as a sharp and direct critique of the music industry’s exploitation of her work and artistry. Check out the hard-hitting single and it’s equally arresting music video here.

Malik – Green / Blue

Austin, Texas based artist Malik shares vibrant new singles ‘Green’ and ‘Blue’ which are lifted from his forthcoming project titled ‘Spectrum’. Serving as the follow ups to previous singles ‘Yellow’ and ‘Red’, the rising producer/rapper continues to impress with his epic, electronic-led soundscapes that exude a futuristic, cosmic atmosphere that is only heightened by Malik’s vivid songwriting. Check out ‘Green’ and ‘Blue’ here and be sure to keep an eye out for ‘Spectrum’ which drops later this year.

VIBE WORLD ORDER – CASH TALK

Consider yourself introduced to rising rap collective VIBE WORLD ORDER who share their exhilarating new single ‘CASH TALK’. Accompanied by an equally high octane music video which is directed and edited by stijhl, the track serves as the follow up to last year’s exceptional EP ‘What If We Kissed… At The Vibe World Show?’ which features standout single ‘004’. On ‘CASH TALK’, VIBE WORLD ORDER offer up another hard-hitting number that showcases their vibrant and versatile verses over a pounding beat and cement themselves as one of the most exciting groups around.

thrills – ROSHAMBO

Consider yourself introduced to Inglewood, CA based rapper thrills who shares the visuals for his powerful debut single ‘ROSHAMBO’. Embodying a satirical commentary on pop culture, politics and our obsession with technology and social media, ‘ROSHAMBO’ is accompanied by an equally gripping and intense self-directed music video. Check it out here and be sure to keep an eye out for more from thrills.

Noname – Song 33

Chicago based rapper Noname shares ‘Song 33’, a powerful and heartfelt Madlib-produced commentary on the Black Lives Matters movement. Over the course of the 70-second track, Noname references the deaths of George Floyd and Toyin Salau as well as a response to J. Cole’s ‘Snow on tha Bluff’. Check out the single here, it hits harder and packs more of a punch than anything you’ll hear in a long time.