Why we like Loose Cannon Ruthless: The name is Loose Cannon, but the flow is smooth bordering on restrained. With a sound like a modern-day Eric Sermon, this NY rapper has a style that makes him at home on party tracks, or songs for the hardcore heads. As a beat drops, this rapper inhales and does not stop for 16, or as many bars as it takes – just check out his non-stop rhyming on the track which landed him on Heat Seekers.
The Name Is Loose Cannon, I've Been Doing Music Since I Was 12.I've Been Back And Forth Between The Bronx And Endi Since Elementary. Music's Like Secound Nature To Me, It Just Comes To Me, Natural Born Talent. Hoping Somthing Good Comes Out Of This So Im A Keep Trying.
Here's the track that landed him on Heat Seekers - LC - All My Homies Freestyle
Here's the video for "I Used To Love Her"
Why we like Future the Artist:
Future the Artist may have a similar
name to another well-known rapper but he sets himself apart with his
sound and look-- he's got the whole package. Future the Artist brings
us infectious beats and lyrics we can rap along too, some perfect
music for cruising, like the single he submitted for Heatseekers. He
sports a flat top, which he will no doubt become his trademark, as it
is the title for his next mixtape Mr. Flattop.
His flowIn the last 9 months, Future The Artist has amassed over 10,000 Facebook fans and 120,000 Youtube views. He has co-signs from MTV and popular rap blogs Good Music All Day and The Smoking Section. Known for his Hi-top fade, 'Mr. Flattop' is here to stay. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Future_the_Artist
Here's the track that landed him on Heat Seekers - "Catch Me Cruisin'"
Also peep the video for "All About the Money"
Why We Like Eades:
Eades definitely knows smooth beats and
that's why we like him. His Heatseekers submission is a prime example
of that, but his aptly-titled mixtape, Life and Love in the Style of Music
showcases many more. Add his laid-back flow and lyrics to this, and
you have the perfect combination for a chill jam.
Eades is a 20 –year-old aspiring hip-hop artist from the small town of St. Augustine, Florida. He uses a unique blend of old school production and new school lyrics and flow in order to attempt to create a genre of hip hop that is unique opposed to everything else. He has been able to do so with help from local producer ChromadaData who entirely produced Eades last two projects. When the smooth blend of ChromadaDatas entrancing production and Eades delivery come together, there is no doubt that something big is happening.
Here's the track that landed him on Heat Seekers - "STAte Of Mind Feat. Rez"
While you're at it, take a listen to Eades' mixtape Life and Love in the Style of Music:
Why we like Phenom:
Kid is a club anthem machine with records that have you hitting replay
as soon as they’re done. Phenom is one
of the few up and coming artists who can pull off the singing/rapping infused
tracks. Summer is a great time for him to
be featured on Heat Seekers, as his songs go perfect playing loud in your
speakers on a sunny day.
Just a kid with a dream is all that i am. I won't stop until i achieve that dream either. My debut mixtape, A Story Of A Storyteller just dropped a few days ago. I've been doing this for a while now and i won't stop until im the best. THE END.
Check out the track that landed him on Heat Seekers - "Till You're Gone"
Also check out "I Ain't Trippin Though" from his latest mixtape ASOAS: A Story Of A Storyteller