• D-Kno Money is an up-and-coming rapper currently making waves in New York. Tending to favor gritty street hip hop, Troy Ave is a good match for the rapper, showing up on new track, "Scared Money".
  • Sierra Moore does a great job of melding the laid back stoner rap of Curren$y with the more abrasive sounds of Atlanta trap.
  • The second Heatseeker of the weekend comes from an artist named Kayenair. His track "Tough Love" is built on a chipmunk soul beat (sampling The Weeknd's "Enemy") and deeply personal, undeniably powerful lyrics. The Chi Town native describes himself as follows: 
  • It's time to begin rolling out this weekend's crop of Heatseekers, and first up is Ace Santana, with his track "Finesser." The L.A. rapper describes himself thusly:
  • Kool B is a 22-year-old rapper from East Texas, who has clearly been immersed in the sounds of the region from an early age. B describes himself as a southern rapper, who also takes cues from the east coast, which puts him in a league with storytellers like Scarface.
  • Bobo Otim is a Uganda/Rwanda producer and rapper, who happens to be only 17 years old.
  • Naming a track after Wu-Tang Clan is a pretty ballsy and confident move, but luckily for KANEDA, one of this week's Heatseekers, his music also bears those two characteristics. Add in a flute-led, RZA-esqe beat, and he really earns the right to the Wu-Tang reference. KANEDA describes his music:
  • It's time again to begin rolling out the weekend's Heatseekers, so let's get to it. The first comes from MOE Jonez and is entitled "Zoning." It's a smooth, auto-tuned jam with a catchy melody and dope instrumental. MOE Jonez describes himself thusly:
  • Caleb is a 22-year-old rapper and producer. His colorful production style comes from his interest in a variety of genres, which lends to his unique sound. Listening to "Rich Niggas", it seems that the rapper has been crafting this for some time, playing like a seasoned artist.
  • Billy Vin¢ent, is a 19 year old rapper from Austin, TX whose track "The Cave" has been selected as one of this weekend's Heatseekers. A dark, creepy banger, this track has us very excited to hear more from this dude.
  • Joey Onabolu describes himself as a "19 year old rapper from Toronto" who has "worked with Cyhi Da Prynce," and today a track of his has been selected as a Heatseeker. With the track's name listed as his own name, Onabolu might have forgot to include a real title, but the song is strong regaredless.
  • D. Smith hails from Hartsville, TN, a town not exactly known for it's hip hop scene, which may be why his sound is so singular. His new track, "So Gone" is a soulful auto-tune ode, using a crawling instrumental that sounds like something out of 90s Houston.
  • Following the steps of Heavy D & The Boyz, as well as Pete Rock & CL Smooth,SidneySide are putting Mt. Vernon back on the map. The trio bear a definite TDE influence, combining gritty storytelling with manipulated vocals, and deceptively catchy hooks.
  • With her poppy track "9-5," BiggBrooke has been selected as one of this weekend's Heatseekers. The rapper/singer's song was produced by JPhilly Beats and features Deejay on a guest verse. Brooke describes herself as follows:
  • For our first Heatseeker of the week, we've selected "Home Coming" by Jonny Unconscious. Sampling Harold Melvin & The Blues Notes' "I Miss You," which may sound familiar from Big Boi and Gucci Mane's "Shine Blockas," the track is a great look for Unconscious, who describes himself as follows:
  • It's been a minute since HNHH has had the pleasure of hosting some new music from reader-favorite Delasean. A former heatseeker, the emcee returns today with a brand new "Party Jam" for your next big event. Already earning spins on Sirius radio this week, the track may just be what blows Del into the mainstream.
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