KV finished first among last week's Heatseekers off the strength of his track, "Can't Stop Me".
The 19-year-old Brooklynite has been rapping since age 9, and his skills honed skills are very evident from his technical ability.
C Stocks placed among the final four Heatseekers last week off the strength of his "Work" freestyle.
The rapper has been consistently releasing new music over the last few months. If you're looking for more from him, make sure to check out his track, "Rita Ora".
Read our Heatseekers writeup of the rapper below.
Ike Rivers is from Houston, but he operates decidedly outside of the current scene of chopped and screwed, candy paint-glossy rap, opting instead for a more east-coast production style, and incorporating the storytelling of H-Town legends like Scarface.
He's got that flow and a discernable ear for the smooth, jazzy sound that reminds us of taking a stroll through an eerily quiet street in Brooklyn. His name is Source and he made HNHH's Heatseekers for his track, "No Flaws."
Young Pyro finished within the top 4 Heatseekers this week with his track, "Blow Something". As evidenced by the track title, and his name, Pyro is something of a weed rapper, but he never lets that define him.
They say it takes 10,000 hours of dedication to something before you truly master it. Well, Souls Of Liberty, the affable Hip-Hop duo from St. Louis, are testing the fruits of their labor with their fantastic brand new mix, 10,000 Hours.
Int'l Hay Sus' west coast roots are evident in his delivery, but his choice in production, and overall sound is very much a step away from the very trendy Mustard-centric music coming out of the region these days.
Allan Rayman covers a lot of stylistic ground. When you first hear him on "LA/NY/CHI (Monopoly)", you assume him to be a singer, since he sounds classically-trained. A few bars later however, he starts breaking out some well-honed, and engagingly personal rhymes.
True East made The Heatseekers with the track, "The Fault," which showcases a winding moralism with a subtlety rare to Hip-Hop. Not to paint him as anything other than dope though, this track has a stylish production provided by Canis Major and True East's skills behind the mic are impressive.