Juxtaposition and a serene, secure design and delivery make the Sweet Limb style forever a thing of its own.
Introducing a fresh take on contemporary hip hop, rapper and artist T3MPO TAI connects and impresses, with the catchy and deeply reflective single Too Much.
Softly euphoric synths meet with an equally gentle, breathy vocal melody that’s instantly alluring – Iman Flow captures a style between styles, for the exotic Carta.
Within moments the unique vocal stylings and this fusion of classic dance rhythms and soulful fragments with the sheer rap energy is unmistakable, and this quality runs throughout the album.
Mastering wordplay throughout an extensive and smart progression, Lord Fuego Flame impresses for his long-form bars and the catchy, unorthodox and passionate hook, of Diamonds.
Despite the unarguable infamy of the sampled song, D-BLOCH manages to truly make this his own
Collaborative rap act World Went Crazy capture the essence of original hip hop, with Bad Influenced.
The Long Island-based artist has been songwriting since his early years, and the result is a hard-hitting rap flow with memorable hooks and riffs helping elevate the completed sound.
Celebrating the win and overcoming in an inspiring way, Langston Blu’s return unites retro piano, trap rhythms and smooth, soulful vocals.
Rapper and songwriter Malleous brings a homemade edge to modern hip hop, with the dreamy and intimate single Deja Vu.
Backed by the enticing melodic twang of Middle Eastern strings and tribal rhythms, the UK’s own wyless man shines new light on the future of Drill.
Something a little heavier and more high-octane – weekend vibes in strong supply, with an energising degree of f*ck the system at their core – introducing Toronto Rapper Avalanche The Architect.